Along with seeding the fifth developer beta of iOS 16, Apple also welcomed back the battery percentage indicator in the status bar. That's pretty big news all on its own! But, of course, the "reveal" also brought with it some feedback from folks who, well, might not like how Apple reinstated the feature.
Right now, getting a firmware update for your AirPods, AirPods Pro, or AirPods Max doesn't really mean a lot of information is shared with you. Sometimes a firmware update is just meant to fix some underlying issue, or it adds new features. But it looks like Apple is going to be a bit more transparent moving forward with firmware updates.
With over 700 million active monthly users, Telegram is one of the most popular instant messaging services. If your friends and family use Telegram, you might have private conversations that you don't want others to see. This is especially true if your acquaintances frequently borrow your iPhone to watch YouTube, see photos, etc.
Thus, to prevent unsolicited access to your Telegram chats and channels, you can easily put a lock on the app.
Anyone that has paid attention to the iOS 16 betas would know that the most recent added a much-anticipated battery percentage to the Status Bar’s battery level indicator on notched devices. The battery percentage remains available on non-notched devices as it always has been.
iOS 16 brings back the ability to display battery percentage in the status bar so it's visible at all times. But does your iPhone support it?
If you’re in the market for a jailbreak tweak that makes quick work of personalizing your pwned handset, then we think there’s a pretty good chance that you’ll take an interest in a new and free release called UISwitch Changer by iOS developer ElioFegh.
Earlier today, Apple seeded the fifth beta of iOS 16 to developers. And, as is par for the course, the new seed also includes a few new tweaks to the formula. Nothing is quite set in stone, and some of these new elements may not make it to the final cut when the software launches to the public later this year.
When Apple introduced the iPhone X, it also took something away: the battery percentage present in the status bar. This used to be a handy feature, making it easy to see just how much battery life remained in your iPhone at a glance. Especially if you prefer percentages. But, Apple removed it, and, up until today, it didn't appear that the company was too ken on bringing it back.
You can enter special symbols like copyright (©), trademark (™), and registered (®) effortlessly on your Mac and iPhone without installing any app. macOS and iOS have built-in features to take care of it for you.
In this tutorial, we show you how to type these and any other special characters in a text field on your Mac, iPhone, and iPad.
Jailbreak hopefuls have been particularly on edge over the last several weeks, especially as the Odyssey Team ramps up teasers and status updates regarding the upcoming Cheyote jailbreak tool for iOS & iPadOS 15.0-15.1.1.
The DelayOTA method of upgrading to unsigned firmware became popular starting with iOS & iPadOS 15, especially given the fact that the Odyssey Team’s upcoming Cheyote jailbreak for iOS & iPadOS 15 wouldn’t support any version newer than 15.1.1.
Hyperixa is out with another jailbreak tweak release this weekend, the latest of which is being called Logger.