This evening, reports broke of a strange combination of English, Arabic and (likely) unicode characters that cause iOS devices to appear as though they’re rebooting when a message is received through the stock Messages app that contains said characters.
Today, following the release of the Apple Watch late last month, Apple issued the first update for the device to the general public: Watch OS 1.0.1. In addition to adding support for new languages and iOS 8.3 and OS 10.10.3’s new emoji options, Watch OS 1.0.1 includes improvements for the following.
Welcome to the two-hundredth-and-twenty-eighth episode of my series entitled BestTechInfo and Rumors! In this week’s episode I discuss Apple’s latest iOS 8.4 beta 3 firmware, the reason why an iOS 8.3 Jailbreak is taking so long to create, what to expect from WWDC, the Apple TV 4, a possible MacBook Pro refresh, the iPhone 6S and more.
Today, a mere two weeks after iOS 8.4 beta 2’s release, Apple issued the fourth beta to developers officially enrolled in the company’s iOS Developer program – alternatively, there’s also a new iOS 8.4 public beta available to the select few pre-existing public beta testers. Like its two predecessors iOS 8.4 seemingly lacks any significant improvements over the current iOS 8 firmware, 8.3.
It’s an interesting transitional period for Jailbreakers at the moment. In addition to the latest TaiG Jailbreak having been patched by iOS 8.1.3 some months ago, the Apple Watch is now available for purchase, which requires updating to iOS 8.3 and forfeiting one’s Jailbreak to function properly.
Today, as WWDC (Apple’s annual June World Wide Developers Conference) quickly approaches, we wanted to share some features and improvements Apple will allegedly announce for one of the key points of the forthcoming conference: iOS 9, which could make Jailbreaking infinitely more difficult.
Welcome to the two-hundredth-and-twenty-seventh episode of my series entitled BestTechInfo and Rumors! In this week’s episode I highlight why there still isn’t a new Jailbreak for iOS 8.3, the latest iOS 8.4 beta 2 firmware, iOS 9 beta, the new Apple Watch and its release, i0n1c’s “proof-of-concept” 8.4 jailbreak and more.
Although the Apple Watch was released last Friday, April 24th, thousands of Apple Watch-ready apps already propagate the App Store – but which one’s are the best? For some quick background details, Apple made WatchKit available to third-party developers some time ago, which is essentially the company’s SDK or software development kit for the device. Again, since then, there have already been a few thousand apps with Apple Watch support updated, submitted and accepted to the App Store.
Following Apple’s official release of the company’s hottest post-PC wearable yesterday, April 24th, the internet (particularly the Apple blogosphere) is abuzz with new reports on the flashy smartwatch. The Apple Watch is offered in three different collections, crafted from aluminum, steel and gold, and comes in two different size variations. There’s no doubt that questions arise as to which model to purchase when considering owning an Apple Watch, so let’s help to answer some of those questions.
Today, in a quick update, I wanted to remind my readers and viewers of a fast and simple way to easily earn free gift cards and paid App Store apps legally, while supporting the developers of said apps. Simply visit FreeAppsFast.com inside of mobile Safari on your iOS 8-based device (running up to iOS 8.3 or iOS 8.4) to get started.