4 days, 1 hr ago

Today, Apple sent out invitations for their next event scheduled for the 9th of September in which they will announce their new phone, the iPhone 6. The tag line for the event is ”wish we could say more” which usually doesn’t disclose much. Luckily, we know a great deal about the phone already, as we have had many leaks in the past few weeks. The event is to be held in the Flint Center for the Performing… Read More

4 weeks ago

Last week Tanner and I go our hands on a brand new iPhone 6 back casing shipped straight from Apple’s supply chain in China. We unboxed it, shared our insight on the back indicator light and now decided to put it to the test. Starting with the iPhone 4 many people complained that Apple’s products were too scratch prone and looked terrible after a few weeks of use. The iPhone 4, 4S, 5 and 5S all have… Read More

1 month ago

Today, good news arose from the White House stating that  the Unlocking Consumer Choice and Wireless Competition Act had been passed by Obama after going through both the House and Senate earlier this year. The bill was introduced after it first became illegal to unlock your phone in January 2013 as a result of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act expiring. Now the rules have reversed allowing anyone to modify the firmware of their phone. The law covers… Read More

1 month ago

Recently, we received proof from our supplier that  a metal insert is being produced for the iPhone 6, and that it will not feature an LED indicator light as proposed in many articles in the past. The idea was first brought up weeks ago when many blogs stated that the small recess in leaked back housing could be used to house an LED the back of the phone. Having our hands on the brand new iPhone… Read More

1 month ago

Over the last few weeks we have seen many rumored leaks of the new iPhone 6, many which proved to be fake. Recently, we got our hands on a legitimate backing of the 4.9 inch iPhone 6 model straight from the supply chain in China. With it we produced a full video featuring the shell and demonstrating many of the new changes from the 5s and comparing it to the shells that we received last… Read More

1 month, 1 week ago

Today, Apple released their fourth iOS 8 beta. Here are some of the biggest changes. Tips In this new update many things were added, including a new default application named  tips. The app acts as an interactive guidebook that helps users figure out more complicated options that are available on iOS. While it might not mean much to a tech savvy audience, we all know someone that could benefit from it. The downside however is… Read More

2 months, 1 week ago

Yesterday, everyone was surprised by the release of a jailbreak for iOS 7.1.1, called Pangu. You can find our tutorial for that jailbreak here. Now, we have some more good news. It appears that the jailbreak tool has been modified by Twitter user @blackgeektuto, better known as BlackGeek, so that it can operate on iOS 8. I just leave this here pic.twitter.com/JP5l7qTo31 — BlackGeek (@blackgeektuto) June 24, 2014 Although it is extremely likely that Apple… Read More

2 months, 1 week ago

This guide will jailbreak any iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad running iOS 7.1.1 Untethered (meaning no restrictions) Surprisingly, an untethered jailbreak for 7.1.1 was released today. The Chinese PanGu development team recently posted a download for their jailbreaking software. The jailbreak has been tested and proved working by popular hacker iH8sn0w. That being said the developers behind the 7.1.1 jailbreak added illegal bloatware in the processes and it is still uncertain if any data will be… Read More

2 months, 3 weeks ago

    As many consumers anxiously await the new features of Apples iOS 8, they have more to look forward to than they think. Although there are many new and handy functions of iOS 8, there are many that are overlooked, one being the randomization of all iDevices MAC addresses. What this means is that before your iDevice connects to a wifi network, iOS 8 will randomize your MAC address so that your data will be… Read More

Today, Apple announced a host of new APIs at WWDC, which enabled developers to more fully utilize the system. TouchID was opened up to developers, allowing them to secure data and information with users fingerprints.   HomeKit is Apple’s rumored home automation platform, and it was announced as expected. This lets your iPhone control all aspects of your home, from garage doors, to locks, to lights, to temperature. It can even be integrated with Siri,… Read More

At WWDC today, Apple announced Extensibility, a new API which lets apps communicate with each other to step outside the sandbox. This will let third party applications work together, as well as with default Apple apps. Photo filters are one possible use, but there are many more. Another thing that Extensibility enables is widgets. This lets apps create a standalone widget that lives inside Notification Center. These widgets are interactive extensions of applications, such as… Read More

At WWDC today, Apple announced HealthKit, which is the long rumored API which allows apps to consolidate your health info. Apple’s companion app, Health, provides a central source for all health information. Although not called ‘Healthbook’ as expected, many of the features are the same. Apple has partnered with healthcare application developers as well as healthcare providers to handle information sharing, and even notifications for things like high blood pressure reading. More on this soon…… Read More