iOS 8 Beta 2 Released – How To Install iOS 8 Beta 2 Without Activation Errors

Today, over two weeks after having released the first beta iteration of iOS 8 to registered developers, Apple seeded iOS 8.0 beta 2. In today’s video on my secondary channel, I’ve highlighted how it’s “technically” possible to install the second beta on a device that isn’t enrolled in Apple’s Developer program. Things To Note When Installing iOS 8 Beta 2 If your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch’s UDID isn’t registered, you won’t be able to connect to iTunes once iOS 8 beta 2 is installed. Only registered iOS Developers can legally download iOS 8.0 beta IPSWs. Activation errors may occur

Pacman, Palutena, and Mii Fighters Coming to Super Smash Brothers Wii U / 3DS

At E3 this year, a multitude of new updates to Super Smash Brothers for Wii U and 3DS were announced. The 3DS version finally received and official release date of 10/3/14, while the highly anticipated Wii U version is still slated to be released to public sometime this holiday season. To many people’s surprise, Nintendo decided to add Pacman as a newcomer! Check out the video below for more details. In addition to Pacman, Nintendo also looked for inspiration in their hit series Kid Icarus. From there, Super Smash Bros. developers decided to throw Palutena into the mix. Watch her intro video below for more

League Of Legends Summoner’s Rift Graphical Update

A few days ago, Riot games announced that they’re working on a graphical update for the main map of League Of Legends: Summers Rift, which took many by surprise. It’s been quite a while since the developers made such a drastic change and in light of that fact, the revised map is still far from complete. Riot states that the changes will be demoed in the public beta environment soon, which most likely means that we’ll see the changes in the main client within the coming weeks or months. While the main structure of the map is more or less the same, the graphics look quite

WWDC 2014 Live – iOS 8 And OS 10.10

With this Apple’s annual World Wide Developers Conference (commonly referred to as WWDC) having concluded, the excitement and anticipation amongst Apple enthusiasts couldn’t be higher. The event will has already commenced with an opening keynote presentation, at which Apple is not only planning on showcasing the future of iOS, but also that of their desktop platform: OS X. While factors of the forthcoming event remain shrouded in mystery, the two focal points of the event were undeniably be iOS 8 and OS 10.10, which is dubbed OS X Yosemite. In addition to the typical real-time Tweet updates from my Twitter account

7.1.1 Jailbreak Clarified, iOS 8 WWDC And OS X 10: What To Expect, iPhone 6 & More

Welcome to the hundred-and-ninety-fourth episode of my series entitled BestTechInfo and Rumors! In this episode I discuss the current iOS 7.1.1 Jailbreak situation, Apple’s upcoming iPhone 6 and explain what Apple enthusiasts should expect from WWDC 2014, iOS 8 and OS X 10. To preface, don’t forget to tune in next week for complete live coverage on Apple’s World Wide Developers Conference. 

New iOS 8 WWDC Banners May Expose The Mobile OS’ Core Concept

Today, merely three days before Apple’s annual World Wide Developers Conference (commonly referred to as “WWDC”), Apple has begun decorating the halls of the Moscone Center building. With new banners for iOS 8 and, presumably, OS 10.10, propagating the building, Apple enthusiasts may very well have been given a clue as to the core concept behind the company’s next major mobile operating system installment.