Cellular versions of Apple's sixth-generation iPad mini don't support mmWave, a faster 5G protocol that's predominately used in the United States, at all. As for the new iPhone 13, it still restricts mmWave 5G support to the US just like its predecessor, the iPhone 12 family.
It seemed like jailbreak-viable kernel exploits and security vulnerabilities for iOS & iPadOS 14 had all but disappeared over the course of the past several months, but with iOS & iPadOS 15 right around the corner, that appears to be changing.
Curiously timed with respect to the upcoming iOS & iPadOS 15 updates for iPhone and iPad, The Odyssey Team appears to have released an updated version of the iOS & iPadOS 13-based Odyssey jailbreak tool.
Hot on the heels of finding out just how much RAM the new iPhone 13 lineup has, we now know how much is tucked inside the newest iPad models, too. Of course, this isn't official, as Apple isn't going out of its way --as usual-- to tell anyone just how much RAM is in these products. But, considering the source, it's all but confirmed.
Apple's virtually-held September 14 event under the tagline “California Streaming” revealed updates to the iPhone lineup, Apple's bread and butter, in addition to the sixth-generation iPad mini and Apple Watch Series 7. If you're not caught up yet, it might be a great idea to watch the new ads first to familiarize yourself with Apple's talking points before diving deeper.
There are so many different jailbreak tweaks out there that it can be a substantial challenge for those just now joining our community to decide where they should start with respect to customizing their pwned iPhone or iPad.
Having seeded release candidates for iOS 15, iPadOS 15, tvOS 15 and watchOS 8 to its registered developers and public beta testers, Apple has now officially announced the iOS 15 release date. As it turns out, iOS 15, along with other Apple OS updates (except for one), are scheduled to drop on the same day as iOS 15: Monday, September 20, 2021.
Apple's busy day of California Streaming included a couple of different instances of shooting down some rumors. That included those attached to the iPad mini. At least, as far as a release date is concerned. Most of the rumors regarding the design were right on cue, though.
The new, ninth-generation iPad is now official. It's available to order today if you're so inclined, and you'll get plenty of familiar elements to the larger tablet. However, Apple did make some key changes to the portable device.
During its pre-taped September 24 "California Streaming" product reveal, Apple unveiled a sixth-generation iPad mini with a new design and features like the removal of the Home button, improved cameras, a power button with an embedded Touch ID sensor and more.
Today is the big day. Apple is going "California Streaming" and taking us with them. And not just us! The company has some new products along for the ride as well.
There's a possibility that today's California Streaming event is, well, very streamlined. We know we'll see the iPhone 13 lineup debut later today, and the Apple Watch Series 7 is a safe bet as well. What's up in the air, though, is whether or not we'll see any new iPad models showcased today, or if we'll see the third-generation AirPods for that matter.