Posts Tagged ‘Release Date’
Today, Apple is rolling out their new iOS 7-inspired iCloud.com beta page to registered Apple iOS Developers. The revised site utilizes new icons for Mail, Contacts, Notes, Reminders and Find My iPhone, while the iWork functionality for iCloud still features the same older pre-iOS 6 style.
Yesterday, according to AllThingsD (a site with a reputable track record for revealing dates on past Apple events), the next-generation iPhone will be revealed on September 10th. Although the date has been all but confirmed, it’s unclear whether Apple will also unveil their rumored lower-cost “iPhone 5C” smartphone and their fifth-generation iPad.
Today, exactly three weeks after issuing the third beta version of iOS 7, Apple officially seeded iOS 7 beta 4 to developers! Please remember that this is a beta firmware and you must have your device’s UDID registered through an Apple Developer’s account before you can legitimately restore to the updated beta iteration of iOS 7.
Welcome to the hundred-and-forty-ninth episode of my series entitled BestTechInfo and Rumors! In this episode I discuss p0sixninja’s recent comment on a future iOS 7 Jailbreak, my updated 6.1.3 Tethered tutorial, FreeAppLife, a leaked alleged lower-cost iPhone component and more.
Recently, following the previous leaks surrounding Apple’s rumored lower-cost iPhone, Japanese magazine Weekly ASCII publicized a set of high-definition images of what’s said to be the leaked rear shell for the device. In the set, a yellow version of the plastic shell is not only shown in detail, but it’s also compared to the current […]
Welcome to the hundred-and-forty-eigth episode of my series entitled BestTechInfo and Rumors! In this episode I discuss an iTunes update security flaw that allows for the installation of iOS 7 beta 3, my revised Jailbreak 6.1.3 video tutorial filmed with Google Glass and more.
Today, exactly two weeks issuing the second beta iteration of iOS 7, Apple officially seeded iOS 7 beta 3 to developers! Please remember that this is a beta firmware and you must have your device’s UDID registered through an Apple Developer’s account before you can legitimately restore to the updated beta build.
Today, following recent rumors surrounding the possible lower-cost iPhone, MacRumors posted several high-quality renderings of the physical features such a device may very well embody. In addition to a lower-cost iPhone with a silver backing, one image depicts several iPhones in yellow, red and green.