Posts Tagged ‘iPad 2’
When it comes to locking down software and fending off third-party OS additions, Apple is leading the war against hackers. In the past, Apple has always released new firmwares to patch existing Jailbreaks and lately they’ve been making it harder for the expert security hackers to discover and implement exploits with new security precautions.
This is the seventy-fourth episode of my series titled “BestTechInfo And Rumors”! This series is all about providing current and accurate technology related news and rumors. In this episode I discuss the iPad 3, iOS 5.1, the rumored Air-like MacBook Pro lineup, iTV rumors and more. Links to the articles discussed in this episode:
According to YourDailyMac, Apple has recently published eleven new profiles for a variety of iPhone-operators that could point to a possible iOS 5.1 release date.
With the release of iOS 5, Apple introduced the ability to split the keyboard in order to make typing easier in certain situations. Until now, six invisible keys that Apple managed to covertly sneak into the iPad’s split keyboard have remained a secret known only to a handful of iPad owners.
iPhone 5 Set For June Release? iPad 3 Prototype With A6 Processor, Site Sued Over iPad 3 Part & More
This is the seventy-third episode of my series titled “BestTechInfo And Rumors”! This series is all about providing current and accurate technology related news and rumors. In this episode I discuss the iPhone 5, an iPad 3 prototype with an A6 processor, a Taiwanese site that was sued over leaking an “iPad 3″ part and […]
Do you want Siri, but not the iPhone 4S? If so, there’s a simple port that brings Siri to older iDevices – it’s called Spire. Spire was developed by Chpwn and it’s available for free from Cydia users with a Jailbroken iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPad 2, iPad 1, iPod Touch 4th generation or even an […]
Last Tuesday Apple reported insanely high earnings for the first quarter of their 2012 fiscal year and that, in turn, caused Apple’s stock price to increase exponentially.
Are you tired of your iPhone, iPad or iPad Touch running out of available RAM and constantly force closing your applications? Luckily there’s a method to free up some of your iDevice’s RAM by disabling unnecessary LaunchDaemons. For those of you that don’t know, LaunchDaemons are processes that start up automatically and run outside the […]