Just last Thursday, Apple publicly released iOS 16.0.2 with a patchwork of bug fixes for the company’s latest mobile operating system – iOS 16. Just some of the remedies included with the update were a solution for the freaky camera vibration when using third-party apps and a resolution for the excessive clipboard permission prompts users would get upon pasting text copied from one app to another, among other things.
We’ve been talking a lot about TrollStore lately, and for good reason. In the absence of a jailbreak for iOS & iPadOS 15, it’s the closest thing we’ve got. That’s because it lets users perma-sign apps on their iPhones and iPads with elevated privileges that come eerily close to the capabilities of jailbreak tweaks – see Cardio, Filza, Legizmo Kincaid, and Mugunghwa as just a few different examples.
Another developer appears to be taking advantage of TrollStore for iOS & iPadOS 14.0-15.4.1 beta 4 devices to tinker with parameters of these operating systems that wouldn’t ordinarily be customizable without a jailbreak. The latest attempt comes by way of a new app called Cardio by cisc0disco.
Safety Check is a security feature on your iPhone in iOS 16 that allows you to quickly see what information you're sharing with people and what permissions you have given to apps. From here, you can instantly revoke all permissions for all people and apps or review them on a per-person, per-app, or per-information-type basis.
In this tutorial, we will tell you everything you need to know about Safety Check and how to use it to keep yourself and your data safe in unforeseen situations.
Microsoft will pull SwiftKey from Apple's App Store on October 5. Here's how to continue using the keyboard app on your iPhone and iPad after the cut-off date.
In this brief tutorial, we show you two easy ways to see the extensions of your saved images, videos, audio, documents, and more, inside the Files app on iPhone and iPad. You can choose to see the file type on a per-file basis or enable the option to permanently display the extension for all files in the iOS and iPadOS Files app.
The new In-App Content toggle in iOS 16.1 lets iPhone apps such as games preload data after being downloaded from the App Store so they're ready on first launch.
The changes in iOS 16.1 beta 3 include new iPhone features such as Live Activities for live sports scores and a demo for the iPhone 14's satellite connectivity feature.
There’s always a subtle urge by jailbreakers to have the ability to spoof information on their iPhone, whether it’s their location, a phone call, or something else of potential significance.
You can make Siri wait longer and have it keep listening until you finish speaking. In this brief tutorial, we show you how to do that and increase Siri Pause Time so that the assistant waits patiently for your voice command to be over before it starts working on it.
The Health app on your iPhone in iOS 16 has a new Medications option. It allows you to log your medicines, get reminded to take them on time, and more.
In this step-by-step tutorial, we take you through the process and show you how to use the medications feature to better manage your health.
If you’ve been jailbreaking iPhones or iPads for any number of years, then you should be at least somewhat familiar with Filza, which is perhaps the most popular file manager app available today.