Checkra1n is one of the best ways to jailbreak an iPhone or iPad if you have a compatible device (A7-A11) because it utilizes an un-patchable hardware-based bootrom exploit known as checkm8. Perhaps the only notable caveat to checkra1n is that it’s a semi-tethered jailbreak, which means that you need a computer to return to a jailbroken state if you reboot your device for any reason.
It goes without saying that the vast majority of iPhone users resort to using the stock Contacts app that Apple pre-installs from the factory for managing their contact list. Not only is it easy to use, but it integrates more deeply with the rest of iOS than most third-party alternatives from the App Store.
Unfortunately, being a pre-installed app typically means that Contacts is somewhat barebones. Apple does this intentionally to make the iPhone easier to use, but if you demand more out of your Contacts app as so many people do, then a new jailbreak tweak called Contacts Extender by iOS developer 0xkuj might be of interest to you.
If you ever need to hide your identify from someone that you’re attempting to call from your iPhone, then you can utilize the “Show My Caller ID” option in the Settings app to toggle displaying your caller ID on or off when making outgoing phone calls. On the other hand, finding this option in the Settings app can feel a little like navigating a complex labyrinth.
In a somewhat predictable fashion, Apple closed the short-lived signing window for iOS & iPadOS 14.7 on Monday, almost one full week after unleashing iOS & iPadOS 14.7.1 upon the general public with important bug fixes and security patches for its mobile devices.
There are a lot of features in the Apple Watch. Some of them stand out more than others, like the heart rate sensor. Indeed, it's one of the biggest elements of the Apple Watch, a major selling point for Apple's wearable. There's at least one company out there that's not such a fan of Apple's implementation, though.
Many people seem to be hit with what seems to be a new Apple TV software bug across platforms, with some folks complaining about no audio in purchased movies.
With the Pixel line, Google originally set out to craft its own Android smartphone experience around both hardware and software. We used to call it a Google Phone but it would actually take a few more years for the mythical Google Phone, as we envisioned it, to become a reality.
Expectations are high for a new Apple Watch. The rumor mill has painted a picture of an upcoming redesign that could breathe new life into the smartwatch (as if it really needs it). And today we are one step closer to having that device launch into the real world.
Today is not the day that Google is launching a brand new smartphone. It is the day the company is revealing it, though. Weeks, and perhaps even a couple of months, before Google makes its newest smartphone pair available to buy, we're getting a first look at what we can expect from the newest Android-based flagship.
A new YouTube subscription offering has been spotted in testing, dubbed Premium Lite, as Google continues to seek new ways to monetize our eyeballs beyond ads.
Apple's MagSafe battery pack snaps magnetically onto the back of your iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro or iPhone 12 Pro Max so it's there whenever you go, happy to top up your phone. The accessory has some pretty cool features, but is it really worth the asking price?
Privacy is a valuable thing, and while iPhones can be secured with a passcode or biometric authentication such as Face ID or Touch ID, many still feel like Apple could do more to improve user privacy — especially for when someone manages to get ahold of your passcode or you hand your unlocked device to another person for one reason or another.