By Cody Lee on Nov 24, 2013
Winocm, the developer leading the work on the iOS 6.1.3/4 jailbreak, has managed to port iOS to a non-Apple device. The photo you see above is the iOS core, known as the “XNU Kernel,” running on a Nokia N900 smartphone.
The port is extremely primitive, as it doesn’t include any of iOS’s or OS X’s user-interface elements and cannot be run as a useable operating system. But it does signal a major development for the ongoing open source project… Read More
By Cody Lee on Oct 15, 2013
It’s funny because it seems like every time we mention the app ‘Launch Center Pro’—it received a big 2.0 update last week—and what it does, people ask: “how is it able to do a lot of what it does without infringing on Apple’s guidelines?”
Well as it turns out, it can’t. According to Contrast developer David Barnard, Apple called the team to let them know that Launch Center Pro is using ‘undocumented app URLs,’ and has asked that it remove them for at least 7 iOS apps… Read More
By Cody Lee on Oct 3, 2013
Folks anxious for Apple to release OS X Mavericks to the public will be happy to hear that the final beta version of the next generation OS was sent out to Mac developers this evening.
Apple labeled the release ‘GM,’ also known as Golden Master, which essentially means that this is the same build that users will see. It also usually means that a launch isn’t too far behind… Read More
By Cody Lee on Aug 21, 2013
Apple has seeded the 6th developer preview of OS X Mavericks this afternoon. The download comes exactly two weeks after developer preview 5 dropped, which added both the Mac iBooks app and a new version of iPhoto beta.
The newest Mavericks preview comes alongside the final build of OS X 10.8.5, and is now available for download in either the Mac App Store, as a software update, or through Apple’s Mac Dev Center, to all registered developers… Read More