Posts Tagged ‘iOS 5’
Well known publisher Barnes & Noble will be releasing an approved biography about Apple’s famous CEO, Steve Jobs. Barnes & Nobles originally planned on publishing the book on March 23rd but, now we will be able to get our hands on the book a few months earlier (the new release date is the 21st of […]
Jailbreak iOS 5 beta 5 right now for free! This post will walk you through the simple steps needed to Jailbreak iOS 5 beta 5. Jailbreaking allows you to take full control of your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch and it’s very easy to do and best of all it isn’t harmful to your device!
This is the thirty-fifth episode of my series titled “BestTechInfo And Rumors”! This series is all about providing current and up-to-date technology related news and rumors to my readers/viewers. In this episode I discuss Bloomberg’s iPhone 5 analysis, iOS 5 beta 5, game for the Apple TV 2 and more! Links to the articles discussed […]
According to 9to5Mac’s sources, iOS 5 beta 6 will be released on Wednesday, August 17th. Their sources also accurately predicted that iOS 5 beta 5 would be released yesterday (Saturday, August 6th) and they claim they’ve cracked the OTA update date code.
Once iCloud (Apple’s new cloud-based storage service) is release in September, MobileMe users will be able to transfer their already purchased storage to iCloud. In adittion, users who migrate to iCloud will have 25GB worth of storage (20GB from MobileMe and 5GB from Apple for free) – as illustrated in the picture above.
Because Apple has reserved the right to look at the “Notes and Known Issues” for iOS 5 beta 5 for developers, I have taken the liberty of copying down the entire document – just incase you’re curious:
Apple has just seeded iOS 5 beta 5 to developers! Please remember that this is a BETA BUILD which means you must have your device’s UDID registered with Apple! UPDATE: Click here to see all of the changes iOS 5 beta 5 brings to the table!
Apple has just released iCloud(.com) beta for developers, you can log in at iCloud.com. Once you’ve logged into the iCloud site, you will have access to Apple’s new cloud-based features: Mail, Contacts, Calendar,Find My iPhone and iWork. UPDATE: You can log in whether you’re a developer or not but you won’t be able to sync data […]