Jailbreaking your iPhone liberates you from the gloomy feeling you get when someone tells you what you can and can’t do with your personally-owned device, and that’s the chief reason why we love doing it here at iDownloadBlog!
One of the most anxiety-inducing things that you might experience as a jailbreaker is the inevitable red notification badge on the Settings app icon denoting a pending software update.
While there are several package managers for jailbreakers to choose from today, one of the most widely trusted is Cydia, a tried and true workhorse that has been with us jailbreak after jailbreak for more than a decade. However, all that age is beginning to show as Cydia hasn’t received any real aesthetic upgrades over the years; this continues even as competing package managers such as Installer, Sileo, and Zebra both outperform and look much slicker than Cydia.
An important piece of advice that we often reiterate for aspiring jailbreakers-to-be is to keep their iPhone or iPad on the lowest possible firmware. You’ve likely read this, or lines just like it, every time we break jailbreak-related news and developments, and there are some critical reasons behind why we do this.
Apple is no longer allowing people who are on iOS 14 to skip the latest iOS 15 update, a possible reaction to the company's own numbers showing the number of devices in the wild running iOS 15 lags behind the iOS 14 adoption rate at this point after release.
Power Reserve mode allows you to use certain features when the battery is low or the device is completely turned off. It runs your device on low energy until the battery is fully depleted, letting you access features like Apple Pay that don't require the operating system to be up and running. In this guide, we're going to explore how Power Reserve works, see which devices support this handy feature and learn what you can do with it.
On an ordinary iPhone, the native Music app is only designed to be used in portrait orientation. But forward-thinking iOS developer ETHN is changing that with a new jailbreak tweak dubbed LandscapeMusic.
iOS 15.3 helps resolve iCloud Private Relay error messages by no longer blaming cell carriers when the feature gets inadvertently turned off due to a network issue.
Back in December of 2021, Apple seeded the first betas of iOS 15.3 and iPadOS 15.3 to developers. Since then, the company went quiet on the beta seeding front. Which certainly makes sense, with the holiday excitement in full swing at the end of the month.
Good news to all those Zebra fans out there, as it seems the popular alternative package manager app for jailbroken iPhones and iPads has received a sweet update this week.
Just like regular iPhone users, a lot of jailbreakers don an Apple Watch and expect to use their jailbreak to enhance its capabilities. While Apple Watch-centric jailbreak tweaks are certainly few and far in between, that doesn’t mean they don’t exist.