Welcome to the hundred-and-twenty-first episode of my series entitled BestTechInfo and Rumors! In this episode I discuss iOS 7, the already-rumored iPhone 5S, the underground development of an iOS 6 Jailbreak, an open iOS SDK initiative and more.
As recently reported by The China Times, a popular Chinese news site, Apple may be planning to adopt screens that utilize “Touch on Display” technology for iPhone. The display panels are said to be in the testing phase at the moment and will hopefully be ready for implementation in their next-generation iPhone.
According to a recent report from TheNextWeb, an iOS app developer came across something rather intriguing in their app logs: references to both iOS 7 and the next iPhone. Both the future firmware and the next-generation iPhone are far from release, as iOS 6 and the iPhone 5 were released just a few short months ago. However, it’s not uncommon …
Yesterday, only two days before January 1st, 2013, the leaders of a popular iOS piracy community, dubbed Hackulous, posted on their site that they’re shutting down. Following this newly announced closure, the official Installous Jailbreak utility that was used to install pirated apps has also been taken down. In removing all functionality from their site, Hackulous posted the following message:
Welcome to the hundred-and-twentieth episode of my series entitled BestTechInfo and Rumors! In this episode I discuss 5th-generation iPad, 2nd-generation iPad mini and Galaxy S4 details, iOS Jailbreak news, Windows Blue and more.
Although reporting on Samsung products isn’t our forte on BestTechInfo, a new rumor caught our attention and it was just too good to pass up. Straight from South Korea, the latest in Samsung rumors is related to the company’s forthcoming Galaxy S IV (or Galaxy S4) smartphone.