Tag Archives: fix

Evasi0n7 version 1.0.6 released to jailbreak iOS 7.0.6 untethered


Apple recently released iOS 7.0.6 to combat a severe security flaw that allowed an attacker to bypass SSL verification. ALL USERS ARE ADVISED TO UPGRADE IMMEDIATELY. This bug could have very serious consequences if it is not addressed soon. The Evad3rs released the latest version of their tool, which should be able to be used… Read More

Apple acknowledges iOS 7 crash issue, promises coming fix

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With iOS 7 came a flashy new user interface design, lots of new functionality, and updates to existing features. However, since the release, many users have been noticing an increased number of crashes. These “white/black screen of death” crashes will exit the user from whatever app they are currently using, and reboot the phone without… Read More

MobileSubstrate 0.9.5 released with iPhone 5s support

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Substrate 0.9.5000 has been released, with support for iOS 7 and ARM64. (For extensions to work on ARM64, they must be recompiled to ARM64.) — Jay Freeman (saurik) (@saurik) December 31, 2013 Late last night, Jay Freeman, creator of Cydia and MobileSubstrate, announced the release of the long awaited update to substrate. This includes compatibility… Read More

Evasi0n 1.1 released with fixes for reboot freezes and Weather application crashes


If you have had trouble jailbreaking with Evasi0n over the past couple days, you will be happy to hear that the Evad3rs today released a new version of the massively popular jailbreak tool, that includes fixes for the most common problems that people have experienced with the tool. These fixes have already been posted to… Read More

Google changes YouTube layout yet again, here’s how you can get your subscriptions back


Google has made another update to the layout of their video sharing site YouTube, and as usual people are outraged at various aspects. Although many of these complaints are trivial, and will go away in time, there is one specific one that holds some weight. Visiting the YouTube homepage no longer shows an easily viewable… Read More

Teardown Of Apple’s New 2012 iMac Shows It’s Far From Easy To Repair


Yesterday was the official release day for Apple’s 2012 iMac’s to start going on sale. The 21.5″ models went on sale at Apple stores throughout the world, however you’ll have to wait until you can pick up the 27″ variation. As they tend to do after every release, the fantastic hardware experts over at iFixit… Read More

iMessage Back Up For Some of Those Experiencing Outages

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Throughout much of today, we received reports of outages in Apple’s iMessage service, despite the status page stating no issues. Now, Apple has successfully begun restoring service to the users affected, so if some of your texts weren’t going through earlier today, you may want to check now. This marks the latest in several recent outages for… Read More

Black iPhone 5 Scratching/Scuffgate Fix


After using the black iPhone 5 for over a month now it is is clear that there is an obvious downside to the new look. While the build and design are gorgeous the small rim of the device get scratched easily revealing the silver metal underneath due to the way it was painted. If you use… Read More

YouTube App Missing in iOS 6 Beta 4


Early this morning, Apple released the 4th beta of iOS 6 to developers, possibly the last beta before the expected public release this fall. The full change log is below, but there is a more interesting piece of news regarding one of the popular default apps that was in iOS up to this point. The… Read More

Fully Redesigned Facebook App Coming Next Month


  The New York Times is reporting today that Facebook has plans to release a completely redesigned Facebook app sometime next month. If you’ve ever used Facebook’s current iOS app, it becomes apparent pretty quickly how awful it is. The application is unresponsive, slow and is for the most part just a web app with… Read More

Apple Investigating Wi-Fi Issues In New iPad


After the release of the new iPad, its massive success was met with many complaints about issues with the Wi-Fi on the device. People complained that their connections were dropped, or that pages would load extremely slowly. Now, 9to5mac reports that Apple has given explicit instructions to store employees regarding customers who are having Wi-Fi issues.… Read More

Apple Clarifies Battery Charging Debacle as a Non-Issue


The most recent controversy regarding Apple has been surrounding a discovery that showed that the battery of the new iPad actually does not finish charging at 100%. After many inquiries, CNBC reported that charging the battery past 100% could harm the battery life: Apple is saying when it reads 100% the battery indicator reads 100%.… Read More

Apple Working To Block Non 4S Devices From Siri?


One of the iPhone 4S’s biggest selling points has been its voice controlled assistant, Siri. Within weeks of the release, developers in the jailbreak community managed to create a port of Siri to non-4S devices, entitled Spire. However, according to reports, it now seems that Apple may be cracking down on these devices using Siri.… Read More