With tvOS 11.2.6 signing closing fast you will soon be unable to use futurerestore to get your Apple TV 4 onto tvOS 11.0-11.1, the last jailbreakable firmwares. If you’re currently jailbroken on tvOS 10, this is your last chance to jump across and have a shot at a tvOS 11 jailbreak. We’ll show you how.
iOS 11.3 is now out and its SEP is incompatible with iOS 11.0-11.1.2. This makes it your last chance to restore to iOS 11.0-11.1.2 using the SEP from iOS 11.2.6. Once iOS 11.2.6 is unsigned you’ll be out of luck, which could be any day now!
It is far from controversial to conclude that it took Apple almost three years to nail the engineering of Apple’s first wearable: cramming in and fine-tuning batteries, processing and cellular chips and so on and so forth. We were all there along the ride and we can all (provided you have worn a Gen 0 model before) attest to the enormous advancements made over the years.
Many early reviews of the HomePod tout its impressive sound quality. From a Sonos user perspective, the sound quality might not be as impressive as initially touted. Moreover, software and AirPlay glitches are preventing me to get the full HomePod experience.
nitoTV allows users to install tweaks and unsigned apps to their Apple TVs, much like Cydia does on iOS. After a long incubation period, nitoTV for jailbroken tvOS is now available. We give you a glimpse inside, along with our initial impressions.
The clock is ticking on signing for iOS 11.1.1/11.1.2 and tvOS 11.0/11.1, so the pressure is on to save blobs for those firmwares, as well as to possibly restore to them. This doesn’t apply to everyone though, so check out our advice on the topic!
Update: tvOS 11.1 and iOS 11.1.2 are now unsigned. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO RESTORE TO THEM!