You’ll notice that when you watch videos in various apps on your iPhone or iPad, be it Netflix, YouTube, or something else, you can toggle Picture-in-Picture mode such that you continue watching the video at hand even when you close the app that you originally tapped the play button in. This handy feature allows for fast and convenient multitasking.
Earlier this year, Apple unveiled a suite of new features it packaged in something it called Expanded Protections for Children. There were three new features total, but, at the time, one of them raised a lot of concerns regarding a potential breakdown of privacy. Following a lot of backlash and commentary, Apple decided to delay the features -- but it looks like one of them is making a comeback.
Hot on the heels of releasing iOS 15.1 and iPadOS 15.1 to the public, Apple is already hard at work on the follow-up. As such, a period of beta testing is part of the process. Which means developers now get to try out iOS 15.2 and iPadOS 15.2 ahead of a public launch later this year.
There are all kinds of different ways you can trick out your iPhone or iPad once you liberate it with a jailbreak, and if you’re new to the scene, then you might not know where you should start.
AltServer, an application for macOS and Windows that allows for the easy side-loading of apps onto iPhones and iPads, has been officially updated to version 1.4.7, an update that is currently recommended for all users.
In late October, Apple released iOS 15.1 and iPadOS 15.1 to the public. However, in accordance with its plans to not necessarily push every eligible device owner in the wild to upgrade to the newest available software, the company also released an update for the slightly older versions of the mobile operating systems.
It has been in the works for weeks now, but the wait is finally over. Along with the public release of macOS Monterey 12, Apple has also released the next big updates for iOS 15 and iPadOS 15. Now, users with eligible devices at their disposal can download and install iOS 15.1 and iPadOS 15.1 for free.
Just yesterday, security researcher Linus Henze released his much anticipated Fugu14 untether for iOS & iPadOS 14.5.1 and below. Just minutes later, Pwn20wnd published unc0ver v7.0.0 with preliminary support for the untether, assuming users wanted to install it manually.
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Not long after security researcher Linus Henze released a much-anticipated untether for the jailbreak community to take advantage of on certain versions of iOS & iPadOS 14, hacker and unc0ver lead developer Pwn20wnd acted quickly to launch a new version of his jailbreak tool, and it wasn’t just a coincidence.
It’s officially Sunday October 24th, and as many avid jailbreakers-at-heart have been waiting for, security researcher Linus Henze has made good on a promise to release an untether that supports up to and including iOS & iPadOS 14.5.1 right out of the box despite a minor postponement this week that was intended to resolve a few bugs prior to releasing.
For the jailbreak community, a lot happened this past week. From Linus Henze's untether taking the spotlight, to various jailbreak tweaks being released and featured right here on iDownloadBlog, there’s a lot to digest.