Anthony Bouchard

Anthony has been blogging about iPhones, Macs, accessories, and software since 2011. He’s been playing with the iOS platform since 2009, which is when he picked up his first iPod touch with iOS 3 installed on it, and not long after he would discover the world of jailbreaking. He later bought his first Mac, and would never use a Windows PC ever again. Anthony is far from just a computer aficionado – he also loves to build, take apart, and re-build Jeeps.

Is that a PPL bypass for iOS 16? Many heads now turning after Apple’s security content support page for iOS 17 drops

iPhone hacked matrix.

As you may recall at the time that the kfd exploit emerged for iOS & iPadOS 16.0-16.6 beta 1, conversations immediately popped up regarding whether or not it could be used for a jailbreak. Following conversations by high-profile members of the jailbreak community, including Dopamine lead developer Lars Fröder (@opa334dev), it became apparent that we would still need a PPL bypass for there to be any hope of a jailbreak.

AirDrop16 brings flexible AirDrop functionality for the ‘Everyone’ setting on jailbroken devices

AirDrop16 examples.

It can be convenient to use AirDrop to share files with other iPhone, iPad, and Mac users over a wireless connection, but you will only be able to share files with yourself or close friends unless you select the ‘Everyone’ AirDrop option, and we all know how unpleasant it can be to receive unwarranted AirDrop requests from strangers — just look at the annoyance that can be caused by prank tools like AirTroller.