Today, nearly three weeks after releasing the second beta iteration of iOS 8 to registered iOS developers, Apple seeded iOS 8.0 beta 3. In my latest video, I’ve highlighted how it’s theoretically possible to install the third beta on a device that doesn’t have its UDID enrolled in Apple’s Developer program. Things To Note When Installing iOS 8 Beta 3 If the device in question, whether it’s an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch doesn’t have its UDID registered, you won’t be able to connect said device to iTunes once iOS 8 beta 3 is installed without encountering an Activation Error.
Welcome to the hundred-and-ninety-seventh episode of my series entitled BestTechInfo and Rumors! In this episode I discuss the latest alleged iPhone 6 leaks, the new fully Untethered Pangu Jailbreak 7.1.2 utility for all iPhone, iPad and iPod touch models, the latest FreeAppLife update (for earning free paid apps) and more.
The latest iPhone 6 render – from Tomas Moyano and Nicolas Aichino Today, ensuing a previous alleged iPhone 6 front panel leak from earlier this week, what appears to be be the same component was detailed in video that was posted on a Chinese blog by the name of iFanr. Similar to the previous leak, the purported front panel for Apple’s upcoming iPhone 6, that’s highlighted in the video embedded below, features the same physical modifications/enhancements.
1 year ago Apple, iPhone 6
Today, 9to5Mac published new photos of what’s allegedly the front panel for Apple’s upcoming iPhone 6, which is rumored to be released this fall. While we’ve seen numerous prototypes of the new device, and recently what looks like a real backing, this is the first time we’ve seen the supposed front.
1 year ago Apple, iPhone 6
Earlier today, ensuing both Apple’s release of iOS 7.1.1 more than two months ago and the unexpected iOS 7.1.1 Pangu Jailbreak utility that was released last week, Apple issued iOS 7.1.2 to the public for all iPhone, iPod touch and iPad models. Thankfully, in light of the fact that Apple neglected to patched the vulnerabilities that Pangu exploits in their latest 7.1.2 release, the utility can successfully Jailbreak iOS 7.1.2 fully Untethered.
Moments ago, Apple released a new iOS 7.1.2 allowing users to OTA (over-the-air) update from previous firmwares. The update includes improved iBeacon stability and fixed a plethora of bugs. While the full IPSW can be downloaded directly and is over a gigabyte in size, its OTA counterpart will take up approximately 30MB of space. iPad iPad Air (5th generation WiFi + Cellular), iPad Air (5th generation WiFi), iPad (4th generation CDMA), iPad (4th generation GSM), iPad (4th generation WiFi), iPad mini (CDMA), iPad mini (GSM), iPad mini (WiFi), iPad mini 2 (WiFi + Cellular), iPad mini 2 (WiFi), iPad 3 Wi-Fi (3rd generation), iPad 3 Wi-Fi + Cellular (model for ATT), iPad
Today, following last week’s exciting and unexpected release of the Pangu Team’s all-new Untethered iOS 7.1.1 Jailbreak utility, dubbed Pangu, the developers have issued a rather substantial update. In addition to adding native Mac OS X and English support, Pangu 1.1.0 also exploits different vulnerabilities to provide for a more stable Jailbreak process.
Welcome to the hundred-and-ninety-sixth episode of my series entitled BestTechInfo and Rumors! In this episode I discuss the all-new Pangu Untethered Jailbreak iOS 7.1.1 utility, Apple’s forthcoming 7.1.2 update, iPhone 6 and iPad Air 2 Leaks, the rumored iWatch, Apple’s new iPod touch 5th gen model, Android Wear and more.
Today at Vidcon, YouTube announced a few new features that they plan on implementing in the upcoming months. Two of the largest changes include the capability of uploading a video at 60 frames per second and a new feature that will allow fans to tip money towards creators. During the presentation, Wojcicki said the following: Any viewer can show any creator their viewer their love by tipping them any amount between $1 and $500.” Although they plan on rolling out support for these new 60 fps videos, they have already granted the ability to a select few YouTubers as a way to
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Today, Mac Otakara posted a video of a leaked back housing of the iPhone 6. Previously, we’ve seen many mockups of the new device, which were designed to emulate the look of the new phone not using real components. The back of the device features the same large strips of what looks like plastic that many people feared from the mockups. While this backing could be faked, the overall design matches up with other leaks and it looks very similar to the legitimate back casing that we featured here last year – below you can see the two in comparison. There are
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