Since folders first appeared on iOS, there have always been glitches that make it possible to place a folder within a folder. iOS 9 is no different, it too allows you to nest folders on your iPhone. To do so is extremely easy, and requires no quick movements, or ridiculous over the top finger cramping combinations methods.
The only downside about using this method to nest folders is that you'll have to do it all over again when you restart your iPhone. In this post and video, I'll show you how simple it is to nest folders on iOS 9 in just a few seconds.
Folks who updated to iOS 7.1 earlier this month may be interested in this newly-discovered glitch that allows you to hide stock iOS apps. It's very similar to last year's Newsstand glitch, in that it involves a multi-step process and doesn't [obviously] require a jailbreak.
The glitch is present on both iPhones and iPads, and is relatively easy to exploit. All you have to do, essentially, is create a folder full of apps you wish to hide, drop it in another folder, and then remove it. Interested? Keep reading for a full step-by-step video tutorial...
It may seem kind of obvious when you think about it, but did you know that you can setup a quick respring shortcut using the Newsstand glitch that we showed you? Basically it involves adding a folder to a folder, which causes the device to crash and respring when trying to open the folder inside the folder.
By establishing this setup permanently, you'll create an easy way to respring at any time. This is despite the fact that the device is not jailbroken. Check out our video tutorial for the full how-to.
If one of the first thoughts to your mind when Newsstand was revealed at WWDC was: "I'm never going to use that", then this tweak is for you.
NoNewsIsGoodNews is a jailbreak tweak from Ryan Petrich that completely removes the Newsstand folder from iOS 5 installations.
Inside, I go hands on with NoNewsIsGoodNews, and I also showcase the much talked about Newsstand folder glitch...
A topic over at Apple's Discussion Forums has a few users reporting an unusual glitch with the FaceTime app on their iPhone 4 handsets. iPhone 4 users are reporting that when using FaceTime, the screen shows a random picture frozen on the screen.
It seems several iPhone 4 owners are experiencing this FaceTime glitch, which is increasing privacy concerns among the community. According to several users, the camera seems to be keeping random images that have not been taken before and don’t seem to originate from past FaceTime calls.
Is there still something wrong with your iPhone's alarm? What about alarms you set in iCal?
Reports are still coming in that non-reoccurring alarms are malfunctioning for users suffering from the nefarious Daylight Savings Time glitch. The BBC reports that European users are still not being woken up on time by their iPhone's alarm...
Daylight Savings Time has stuck again! A bug that reportedly caused the iPhone's internal clock to not adjust properly to Daylight Savings Time has resurfaced with the recent time change.
Two days ago, we told you about a glitch with the iPhone's clock not changing to the correct time for the DST "spring forward" of one hour. At the time of the report, no one was really sure to what extent this clock glitch was affecting users.
Complaints seemed to not be as wide spread as the last time there was a DST issue, but many people were (and still are) experiencing problems with their alarm not going off at the right time...