Today, three weeks ensuing the release of both iOS 9.0.2 and the firmware’s corresponding Pangu Jailbreak, Apple issued the first major installment (excluding the minor 9.0.1 and 9.0.2 updates) to iOS 9, being 9.1. Unlike its two predecessors, both of which simply corrected minor bugs in iOS 9, the new iOS 9 firmware comes cram-packed with over 150 new emojis and a number of other new and interesting changes. However, while new features and emojis are great, not every one will be able to appreciate them, specifically Jailbreakers, all of whom should avoid updating their Jailbroken devices to iOS 9.1!
Ensuing last night’s exciting release of the all-new Pangu Untethered Jailbreak for iOS 9.0.2, I opted to create the first installment to my Top iOS 9.0.2 Jailbreak Tweaks series. In today’s coverage you’ll find 5 awesome Cydia tweaks that are currently compatible with the Pangu iOS 9.0.2 Jailbreak utility – as of now though, just note tweak support is limited until developers have had adequate time to update their packages. Therefore, it’s currently one of the hardest times to find functioning iOS 9 Cydia Tweaks; this list however will help to mitigate some of the tedious work involved in finding the
Chipgate: a term that’s starting to spread throughout the Apple blogosphere like wildfire. But what does it mean? Essentially, Apple contracted two companies to manufacture the A9 chips that power the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus: Samsung and TSMC. Interestingly enough, the latter of the two appears to offer significantly better battery life! Continue reading for not only an explanation as to why, but also for a quick guide on how to determine which A9 chip powers your iPhone 6S, Samsung’s or TSMC’s!
Welcome to the two hundredth and thirty-sixth episode of my series entitled BestTechInfo and Rumors! In today’s episode I discuss the new iOS 9.0.2 Jailbreak status, as well as new intel pertaining to a possible iOS 8.4.1 Untethered Jailbreak utility, the differences between Apple’s iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus, the Apple TV 4, iOS 9 and its release and more.
Today, exactly one week following Apple’s release of iOS 9.0.1, the company issued the second installment to iOS 9 to the public, being 9.0.2. Interestingly, although iOS 9.0 introduced a number of new features, including performance enchantments, added Siri functionality, redesigned multitasking, the ability to proactively determine what apps to suggest and more, both iOS 9.0.2 and its predecessor are very minor releases intended on addressing complications. However, while bug fixes are great in most cases, those who aren’t running iOS 9.x and remain Jailbroken on iOS 8.4 or earlier should undeniably avoid iOS 9.0.2.
Seemingly out-of-the-blue, Apple released iOS 9.0.1 to the public today exactly one week following iOS 9’s grand debut last Wednesday. While iOS 9 includes a slew of new features, including under-the-hood improvements, a News app, more advanced navigation, new Siri capabilities, reimagined multitasking and more, iOS 9.0.1 is an incredibly small release focused on correcting bugs. While those running iOS 9.0 will certainly appreciate iOS 9.0.1, Jailbreakers may have a drastically different outlook on today’s release.
Last week Apple issued iOS 9 to the general public, which, like iOS 8.4.1, patches the Untethered TaiG 8.4 Jailbreak. Considering Pangu recently publicized three new Jailbreak exploits that are exclusive to iOS 8.4.1, it’s conceivable that developers may issue an iOS 8.4.1 Jailbreak prior to the availability of an Untethered tool for iOS 9. In light of that interesting fact, I’ve opted to issue this new tutorial to aid those on iOS 9 in the rather simple process of downgrading iOS 9 to 8.4.1!
Today, ensuing Apple’s recent release of iOS 9, I wanted to share 9 of my favorite apps that have recently been updated to support the latest 9.0 firmware. Also, before we delve into today’s iOS 9 apps list, for those of you interested in winning one of Apple’s all-new metallic Lightning Docks, ensure that you watch the above video for instruction; the giveaway will conclude right before my iPhone 6S giveaway commences this Friday!
Today marks the end of one saga and the beginning of another. Apple issued the first major iteration of iOS 9, being 9.0, to the masses today after over two months of developer (and public) beta testing. iOS 9 offers a plethora of features, including under-the-hood performance and battery life boosts across the board, a new dedicated News app, reimagines multitasking and so much more. However, not all of the features are welcomed by the jailbreak community – enter “rootless” security!
With Apple’s iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus, and possibly iPad Pro and Apple TV 4, unveiling event scheduled to take place this morning, the excitement and pure anticipation amongst Apple enthusiasts couldn’t be higher! The media event is about to commence with an opening keynote presentation, at which time Apple is expected to reveal, at the bare minimum, the future of the company’s iPhone hardware lineup.