A new week is coming, but that doesn’t mean you have to miss out on what happened last week. If you think you may have missed a few of the top stories from last week, don’t sweat it, we’ve got you covered.

We’ve gathered the top 10+ most popular stories from iDB last week for you to check out. As always, make sure that you’re friends with us on Facebook, Google+, and that you are following us on Twitter

We’re social! Find iDB on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, YouTube, and in your RSS reader.

  • Because of the release of dissapointing iphone 5 and dissapointing ios6 last week was not good. Hope to hear some good news about jailbreaking ios6 next week.

    • SoCoMagNuM

      wouldnt call the iphone 5 a disappointment. the phone is a beast. for me it was the combination of creating this awesome phone and not really utilizing its power with iOS6. instead they toss you a peanut to lure you in and few peanuts after until the new phone is out with a few more…peanuts. Nothing really is making me want to rush out and get a new iphone like previous versions did (i stopped after iPhone 4) that was a huge change and since then its been pretty mediocre (my opinion not the worlds) iOS has be come stagnant to me and if they want me back in the apple circle they have to change the game up..not drastically but something more in the realms of what i expect from a smartphone….without having to jailbreak it to meet my standard.

      • Well put, same here. I’ve stopped with my iPhone 4 and still don’t see a reasonable reason to let it go yet.

      • MagicDrumSticks

        Android is definitely moving in a positive direction and I feel like it has a much better offering than the iPhone.

      • ic0dex

        Screw the Apple fan boy crap. I compared my iPhone 5 to my friends Galaxy S III and let me tell you the iPhone was much smother and had a cleaner UI. The OS on the S III is so unorganized and the widgets are all useless. It’s funny how the S III has “Better” insides then the iPhone 5 but yet the iPhone 5 preforms much better. Plus the S III is made out of cheap plastic.

      • MagicDrumSticks

        it’s made I plastic because it makes it lighter and more durable to drops and doesn’t cost $100 to replace when a part shatters.

        Useless widgets? I guess that’s why apple added their own widgets to the notification center?

        Also, your phone FEELS faster because iOS is nothing more than an app drawer. If you think your phone comes close to beating a 1.5 ghz dual core with twice the ram, you are quite foolish.

      • SoCoMagNuM

        apple used alot of ideas from google’s android OS. its an open platform that gives the devs the power to create as they please. apple puts the ban hammer down in their closed network and steal ideas from the jailbreak community to 1UP their OS. alot of these features from iOS4-iOS6 have been around in the jailbreak community for years. hell apple even stole the idea of the App Store. Cydia was up and functional way before the App Store was available.

      • SoCoMagNuM

        Well thats where we have to agree to disagree. YOU compared the 2 phones (one of which you dont own) and you concluded your phone the victor. Thats nice…your entitled to YOUR opinion. I have to say ditching iOS after 4 years of use to Android’s ICS OS its a whole different ball park. learning curve is a bit longer than what im used to but actually i find it alot more intuitive and connected than iOS. plus i enjoy the freedom to customize my phone in my own personal way without have to rely on jailbreaking, shsh blobs, reboots, resprings, itunes errors, etc. i can get all that from my galaxy 3 out of the box no rooting required. even with iOS 6 i still find it lacking in features and options that came on my phone out of the box. its a different OS so its going to feel different than iOS. That can be a good and a bad thing for some…..for me its more so a good thing. Break from the stale presentation of iOS thats been the same for years. Look at the home screen on first generation iPhone and look at it on the iPhone 5….still looks the same.

  • Dan Lopez

    Hey if anyone is still getting Passbook errors and the whole “change the year” thing didn’t work just change the time manually too. That is what finally worked for me.

  • Brian

    Is there any way to install iOS 5.1.1 on the new iPhone 5?

  • I know this may seem out of place but I’m not sure where else to ask.

    Does anyone have any idea of when to expect developers to be updating their app resolutions to fill the larger screen size of the iPhone 5? It’s driving me nuts. It’s not very Apple-like to release their phones before everything is “perfected and together”

    • SoCoMagNuM

      its on per app basis. its up to the devs if they want to update it or not. i have to agree thats gotta be annoying