Only registered developers are allowed to view the changes in iOS 6 beta 2. But, I’ve taken the liberty of copying down Apple’s “Notes and Known Issues” document for the purpose of informing non-Apple Developers about the latest beta firmware:
Apple has just seeded iOS 6 beta 2 for developers! Please remember that this is a beta build and you need to have your device’s UDID registered with Apple before you can restore to the updated firmware!
Welcome to the ninety-third episode of my series entitled BestTechInfo and Rumors! In this episode I discuss leaked information regarding the “iPhone 5’s” dock connector, Microsoft’s new Surface Tablet, the Xbox 720 and more.
Yesterday afternoon, during a press conference in Los Angeles, Microsoft revealed a completely new tablet – pushing them further into the hardware industry. The tablet, dubbed “Surface”, measures in at 10.6 inches, 9.3 millimeters thick (for the less powerful model); if anyone’s counting, that’s a tenth of a milimeter thinner than the iPad and weighs just under 1.5 pounds (slightly …
This tutorial will guide you through the simple steps required to Jailbreak iOS 6.0 and thanks to the new version of Redsn0w, Developers can be Jailbroken in a matter of minutes! However, keep in mind that this Jailbreak will not install Cydia – it will simply enable SSH access.
Early this morning, pod2g, renowned iOS hacker and security expert who collaborated with the Chronic Dev Team to create the latest iOS 5.1.1 Untethered Jailbreak, confirmed that Apple has patched a Jailbreak exploit used by developers that was discovered in 2010 by Comex (Jailbreak wunderkin turned Apple intern).
Today, Apple revealed monumental updates to their consumer software and hardware (live coverage and updates from the event can be found here). Aside from announcing new features for the unreleased OS X Mountain Lion and revealing minor upgrades to the MacBook Air and a completely redesigned MacBook Pro, Apple also announced iOS 6.
According to The Australian, Apple has agreed to pay a $2.25 million settlement to rectify the misleading advertising dispute regarding the new iPad’s cellular capabilities. At the end of March, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) said they were going after Apple due to the companies pseudo-claims and misleading advertising of ‘4G’ (LTE) cellular data capabilities in the country.