Tag Archives: release

Pangu jailbreak tool modified to jailbreak iOS 8 beta 2


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… Read More

TouchID, HomeKit, Camera, and more opened up to developers at WWDC

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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… Read More

Extensibility lets apps step outside the sandbox, create widgets

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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… Read More

iOS 8 brings load of new user features, including quick reply

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Apple announced iOS 8 today at WWDC, introducing a bunch of new features for iOS devices. One of the biggest and most exciting Apple is calling ‘Interactive Notifications’. This feature enables users to respond to notifications without having to migrate away from whatever they are doing. Just swipe down on any notification to respond.  … Read More

OS X Yosemite features major UI redesign

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Apple announced the next version of Mac OS X at WWDC just minutes ago, and as the demo video played, it became clear that the new OS had many UI changes. Yosemite has taken on an iOS 7 feel, with lots of translucency, and flatter icons. Spotlight has changed a lot as well, now opening… Read More

Mac OS 10.10 name revealed in new banner at WWDC


With WWDC approaching, Apple has been in full gear setting up the Moscone Center in preparation for the conference. Earlier today, the iOS 8 banner went up, confirming that the new iOS version would be making an appearance. Now, Apple has hoisted a new banner that hints at the the upcoming release of a new version… Read More

iOS 8 featured in new banner at Moscone Center before WWDC


Business Insider reporter Jay Yarow has today tweeted a picture from the Moscone Center, where Apple will be holding WWDC next week. This picture shows a new banner that highlights iOS 8, which was expected to be a focus of the conference. This banner essentially confirms that Apple will be unveiling the latest version of… Read More

Apple updates WWDC app and website with event schedule, confirms June 2nd keynote


Today, with WWDC less than 2 weeks away, Apple has posted the full schedule for the event online. This schedule can be viewed on Apple’s WWDC website, or in version 2.0 of the WWDC app. This update requires iOS 7.1, so those jailbroken on iOS 7 will not be able to download it. As part… Read More

Alleged iPhone 6 dummy model photos show bigger screen, thinner phone


Photos were today posted on Nowhereelse.fr that show what is believed to be a to-spec model of the iPhone 6. Although the purpose of the dummy device is not clear, it has been speculated that it was made for or by case manufacturers from schematics which were leaked earlier.   These photos show features of the… Read More

Leaked iPhone 6 schematics show 6mm thickness, suggest 4.7 inch screen


Today, pictures were posted by UkrainianiPhone.com which supposedly show the iPhone 6 schematics that have been provided to accessory manufacturers. Several changes can be seen in the pictures, shown below.   Judging by these pictures, the iPhone 6 will have dimensions of 67mm by 138mm, compared to the current 51mm by 124mm of the iPhone… Read More