The tvOS 13 update brought out Control Center for the first time on your Apple TV. Follow along with iDB as we teach you how to use this feature to quickly access some commonly used settings and capabilities of your set-top box.
DateUnderTimeX is a subtle new jailbreak tweak that adds a date indicator beneath the Status Bar time indicator on jailbroken iPhone X handsets. The implementation is so clean that it virtually looks like something Apple would offer right out of the box.
If you have an iPhone or a cellular-enabled iPad, then your Status Bar shows the name of your carrier so long as you have service. But is that really necessary? I mean, we all know what carrier we’re with.
A new a free jailbreak tweak called CarDate lets you flexibly utilize this space in the Status Bar with the current date instead.
Having the wrong time can cause issues with App Store downloads and other functions that are critical for operating your iPhone or iPad. This troubleshooting guide will walk you through some steps to figure out why your device is showing the wrong date or time, and provide fixes for the problem.
A recent bug discovered in the iOS firmware where setting your date back to a certain point in time could brick your device has been getting quite the coverage all across the internet as of late.
With so many people now having knowledge of the problem, the risk has never been greater than it is right now that someone with malicious intent could grab your iPhone while you’re not looking and set your date back to the dangerous date to brick your device on you.
Fortunately, a new free jailbreak tweak called BrickDate is available in Cydia that can protect you from having your date changed to the dangerous date.