The ability to import libraries and playlists into Apple Music with just a few clicks will simplify switching from rival streaming services like Spotify.
The kernel file descriptor (kfd) exploit-based nekoJB jailbreak tool for arm64 devices (A9-A11) running iOS or iPadOS 15.0-15.8 picked up another update this week, this time bringing the tool up to version 0.1.0 beta 5.
For those who’ve been following the meowbrek2 project by @dora2ios, it may be of particular interest that the developer has published a fourth beta build in the form of meowbrek2 v1.1.4-beta.
We reported on an update to the Picasso kfd exploit-based toolbox for iPhones and iPads running iOS & iPadOS 16.0-16.6 beta 1 earlier this afternoon, but project lead developer @sourcelocation has released yet another update of somewhat major proportion, this time in the form of version 3 open beta 5 that we think our readers should know about.
In case you haven’t been following along, the palera1n jailbreak is powered by the unpatchable checkm8 bootrom exploit and has officially supported iOS & iPadOS 15 and 16 on all A11 and older devices since being released.
In an interesting turn of events for anyone still using an iOS or iPadOS 14 device, it seems that former jailbreak developer CoolStar has started implementing support for the new kfd exploit into the Taurine jailbreak tool for various devices.
Netflix has kicked off a limited beta test of cloud-streamed games for a small number of subscribers in Canada and the United Kingdom.
Just yesterday, we shared how the Misaka package manager app for MacDirtyCow devices would soon pick up support for the newer kernel file descriptor (kfd) exploit for devices running up to and including iOS 16.6 beta 1.
The Misaka package manager app for MacDirtyCow exploit-susceptible devices running iOS or iPadOS 15.0-16.1.2 received yet another update this week, this time bringing it up to version 1.8.9 beta.
You can download and install the latest HomePod beta software 17.0 for free if you'd like to test-drive new features before they become available to everyone.
Just last week, we showed you a package manager app for MacDirtyCow exploit-susceptible devices called Misakathat could be used to install add-ons for customizing the iOS user interface, and we walked you through the process to install and use it.
Learn how to download and install iOS 17 public beta or iPadOS 17 public beta on your iPhone or iPad to try out all new features before they officially release for the masses later this year.