Apple officially stopped signing iOS and iPadOS 13.3.1 Tuesday evening, just one week after releasing iOS and iPadOS 13.4 to the general public as an over-the-air software update.
The closing of the signing window means those who’ve upgraded to the newer 13.4 firmware will be unable to downgrade to 13.3.1. This isn’t a big deal for most iPhone or iPad users, but it’s something that can be particularly unsettling for the jailbreak community as software updates frequently patch jailbreak-centric software exploits.
Earlier today, Apple seeded the first developer beta of iOS 13.4.5, which is starting to reveal a few of its secrets.
Sharing content to Instagram Stories is a growing feature for third-party apps and services. Like Netflix, for instance. And now we can add Apple Music to the list as well.
Apple launched iOS 13.4 to the public not too long ago, along with other major updates to its operating systems, but now the beta seed process is back up and running.
According to a new report, Apple may release a small iOS 13.4.1 update later this week to squish a nasty bug on iPhone, iPad and iPod touch that has caused data and IP addresses in virtual private networks (VPN) to be exposed.
The iOS 13.4 and iPadOS 13.4 software updates took iOS 13.0's initial iPad mouse support as an accessibility option to the next level with proper trackpad support complete with multi-touch trackpad gestures, the interactive mouse pointer and other perks. Because none of that is managed from one central place, we've decided to come up with a bunch of tips to explain the intricacies of mouse/trackpad support in iPadOS, how to customize it to your liking and more.
Apple has made an important privacy-focused change to the latest version of its web browser, Safari, for both iOS and macOS users.
The iOS 13.4 software update, along with its matching iPadOS 13.4 counterpart, enables more than a dozen major new capabilities on your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
iOS 13.4 and iPadOS 13.4 were released publicly this morning. Be sure to watch our quick hands-on video walkthrough to quickly familiarize yourself with all the enhancements.
Following weeks of beta seeds, Apple has finally released the next update for iOS and iPadOS, bringing the public version to 13.4.
Codes strings uncovered from the golden master build of iOS 13.4 that was seeded to testers Wednesday ahead of March 24 launch indicate that all of the new iPad Pro models that were unveiled yesterday most likely come equipped with six gigabytes of RAM.
The checkra1n team launched an experimental pre-release build of the checkra1n jailbreak tool Wednesday afternoon with preliminary support for Apple’s upcoming iOS and iPadOS 13.4 release, which Apple intends to release to the public next week. Developers got their hands on the iOS and iPadOS 13.4 Golden Master earlier this afternoon just after Apple finished announcing its 2020 iPad Pro and brand-new Magic Keyboard.
The experimental checkra1n build, dubbed v0.9.9 experimental isn’t available from the official checkra1n website, but rather from a link that was included in one of checkra1n team member Luca Todesco’s Tweets.