The Misaka package manager app picked up a minor incremental update to version 3.3.3 over the weekend, incorporating new features and bug fixes that will improve its overall user experience.
Picasso, the device customization toolbox app for iPhones and iPads susceptible to the kernel file descriptor (kfd) exploit received another update over the weekend, this time bringing to the tool up to version 3.1. It’s the first major update to the Picasso software since it went free following the TrollStore 2 release.
Has the iPhone hacking community been on a role lately, or what? Not only have we witnessed the release of TrollStore 2, but we also saw the XinaA15 v2 jailbreak launch with support for arm64e devices running iOS & iPadOS 15.0-15.4.1.
Apple’s decision to switch to USB-C for the iPhone 15 unlocked a whole new world of accessories, including flash drives. These thumb-sized drives offer a quick and easy way to expand your phone’s storage, or transfer files. This one from Samsung can store up to 16 hours of 4K video, it’s both fast and waterproof, and right now it’s on sale for just $20.
Well, well, well, would you look at that? It's the weekend again, and that means it's time for another Apps of the Week roundup! This week we have some awesome picks for you, including a fitness tracking app for weight lifters, a powerful breathwork app, and a digital photo journal that sends you physical prints monthly. And as always, we've selected a great game for you to check out.
Every once in a while, a real looker of a jailbreak tweak makes it out into the limelight. A new release called Rune by iOS developer iCraze just so happens to be one of those tweaks.
DockCase is updating its Pocket M.2 NVMe Smart SSD Enclosure with perks aimed at mobile videographers and photographers, and support for the iPhone 15 Pros.
This deal is for all of the folks out there doing last-minute holiday shopping for the aspiring streamer or musician in their lives (even if it's themselves). Amazon has the Yeti Blue microphone discounted down to its all-time low price. The Blue USB mic has been a favorite here at iDB for years, and I believe it was used in most of, if not all, 500+ podcast episodes we've done. It sounds great, has a bunch of features, it's built like a tank, and right now you can grab it for just $75.
A new NameDrop-like feature in iOS 17.2 uses NFC to enable you to quickly share eligible Wallet passes by bringing two iPhones together.
When you scroll up or down on your iPhone, it displays a bar on the right side of the screen to show you where you are in reference to the top of bottom of the page. You can also grab this bar to manually scroll up or down, just like you can on a computer.
Looking to customize the appearance of your jailbroken handset’s many 3D Touch/Haptic Touch menus? If you answered yes to that question, then you should take a peek at the new 3DGlassierTouch jailbreak tweak by iOS developer b4db1r3.