Posts Tagged ‘iOS 5’
On Wednesday, April 18th pod2g, a very prominent iOS security expert among the Jailbreak community, revealed that he and the other hackers he’s collaborating with have discovered all the required exploits for a “new [and untethered] jailbreak”. Also, pod2g informed his followers that he was, “working on bypassing ASLR at boot up”.
Earlier today a report surfaced indicating that Apple has already begun internally seeding iPhones with next-generation components (mainly an A5X chip and 1GB of RAM) that are disguised with iPhone 4/4S casing. Building on the above rumor, based on the findings of an analyst and his recent trip to Asia, the next-generation iPhone will be […]
According to 9to5Mac, Apple has started internally testing upgraded iPhone hardware that’s powered by an A5X variant – presumably similar to the iPad’s A5X chip, but underclocked to conserve power.
According to an internal AppleCare document, publicized by 9to5Mac, Apple is thoroughly investigating complaints pertaining to poor and unreliable Wi-Fi connectivity for some new iPads.
While tethering (bridging or sharing a mobile device’s data connection with a computer) is typically looked down upon by carriers unless they can slap additional charges on that functionality, endusers are always looking for nonconventional ways to tether their mobile devices with their computers – especially iPhone users. To circumvent the strict tethering regulations that […]
Apple Releases iOS 5.1: Battery Life Improvements, Ability To Delete Picture From Photo Stream, Japanese Support For Siri And More
Earlier today, after the unveiling event for the new iPad, Apple pushed out iOS 5.1. Aside from bringing Japanese language support to Siri, iOS 5.1 also allows users to delete photos from Photo Stream, it brings a redesigned camera app to the iPad, changes the “3G” indicator for the AT&T iPhone 4S to a “4G” […]
On Friday, March 2nd, Apple’s App Store officially past 25 billion apps downloads worldwide. Prior to reaching 25 billion downloads, Apple announced a contest in which the individual who downloads the 25 billionth app will receive a $10,000 iTunes gift card.
According to MacStories, who posted pictures as proof, Apple has begun preparations for next week’s media event at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco: where the next-generation iPad is rumored to be unveiled.