It was only yesterday that we reported on a public announcement from Odyssey Team lead developer CoolStar about current progress on the upcoming rootless iOS & iPadOS 15.0-15.1.1 jailbreak tool, and as you may recall, the team was getting a little hung up on A11 chip-equipped devices.
An important courtesy reminder for the jailbreak community: Sunday, March 13th at 00:00 P.M. UTC (7:00 P.M. EST) is the hard deadline for using the DelayOTA method to upgrade to the unsigned iOS or iPadOS 15.1 or 15.1.1 firmware.
Apple just this evening stopped signing iOS and iPadOS 15.1.1 (for the iPhone 12 and 13 lineups) and iOS and iPadOS 15.1 for all the rest of the company’s mobile devices after releasing iOS and iPadOS 15.2 just last week.
Apple released iOS 15.1.1 for the iPhone 12 & 13 lineups a couple of Mondays ago with an important bug fix pertaining to dropped phone calls. Although I hadn’t experienced this problem myself, it was obviously experienced by enough users that it warranted a resolution from the OEM.
Sometimes an update is meant to just fix a relatively small thing, and not bring a whole suite of new features to the mix. Today is one of those days. Apple on Wednesday released a minor software update for iOS 15.1, which is designed to help reduce dropped calls in some iPhone models.
Are you sending images via AirDrop from your iPhone to Mac, and the image format changes while transferring? For instance, you have the image in PNG format on your iPhone, but after sharing it with AirDrop, it appears on the Mac as a JPG file. If you face a similar situation, here's how to transfer images from iPhone to Mac in original file format, at full quality, with all its Exif data and everything.
If you’ve been following along lately, then you might be well-versed on the impressive number of spicy iOS & iPadOS exploits that have been surfacing over the past several weeks.