Posts Tagged ‘update’
Today, Apple has released iTunes 11 to the public. Users who are interested in the latest release can now download and install it to either their Mac or Windows-based computer. The latest version of iTunes introduces a number of welcomed enhancements, including a completely redesigned store, additional iCloud features, a new “MiniPlayer”, improved search and […]
During this year’s World Wide Developer Conference, held in June, Apple announced that OS X Mountain Lion (the next major installment to their proprietary operating system) would be publicly available sometime in July. While the specific release date was unknown since Apple’s announcement, we certainly know now.
Today Apple seeded the fourth post-release Lion upgrade to the public: Mac OS X Update 10.7.4. The new update is available for immediate download and install via the Software Update option found in the Apple menu for all OS X-based computers running 10.7 or higher.
After pod2g confirmed that development of the iOS 5.1 untethered Jailbreak will continue by revealing that he managed to get the untethered Jailbreak running on his iPhone 4, most members of the Jailbreak community were left wondering whether or not newer devices will be included in the upcoming utility.
iOS 6 Or 5.1 Untethered Jailbreak – Pod2g Asks Fans, WWDC 2012, iPhone Unlock Details For 5.1 & More
This is the eighty-fifth episode of my series titled BestTechInfo and Rumors! In this episode I discuss the iOS 5.1 Untethered Jailbreak status, pod2g’s recent iOS 6 vs. 5.1 Jailbreak poll, WWDC 2012, Unlock details and more! Links to the articles discussed in this episode:
Pod2g, one of the main iOS hackers behind recent efforts to release an iOS 5.1 untethered Jailbreak utility, has been if nothing else open regarding the development stages of 5.1 untethered Jailbreak. In pod2g’s last update, he revealed that he could release a utility in as little as a month or not release one at […]
Last night, over a day after the 2012-003 Java update for OS X was released, Apple pushed out a standalone Flashback malware removal utility. The 2012-003 Java update implements a new Java applet security measure that intelligently disables the automatic execution of applets. The update also removes common variants of the Flashback malware.
This morning pod2g, the Jailbreaker and iOS security expert that’s working diligently on the A5 Jailbreak for the iPhone 4S and the iPad 2, answered some frequently asked questions related to the Jailbreak on his blog. Here are the questions and pod2g’s answers: