Lots of prospective jailbreakers are just itching to get a jailbreak that supports iOS & iPadOS 15. While we don’t know when an iOS & iPadOS 15 jailbreak might drop, we have reason to believe that it’s certainly being worked on.
The iPhone’s native Wallet app lets users store and quickly summon important passes and payment methods, but Apple limits what you can store in the Wallet app, which proves frustrating in many cases.
Esteemed security researcher Ian Beer published a piece to the Google Project Zero blog on Friday that appears to describe a kernel-level vulnerability proof of concept (PoC) using CVE-2021-30949.
If you forgot your iPhone passcode, take advantage of a handy Security Lockout feature to erase your device without having to plug it into a computer in DFU recovery mode.
For those who want to be more conservative with the amount of time they spend on their iPhones, Apple introduced a feature dubbed Screen Time that allows us to set time limits.
Looking for a way to bring some of macOS Big Sur’s design language to your jailbroken iPhone or iPad? If so, then you’re in luck because iOS developer MTAC has just released a new and free jailbreak tweak called Are You Sur? that does exactly that.
Apple is no longer signing iOS & iPadOS 15.2 as of Wednesday, a move on the Cupertino-based company’s part that will stymie individual users’ attempts to restore or downgrade their iPhone or iPad to this particular firmware using either Finder on macOS or iTunes on Windows.
Before the launch of iOS 15, there was a report that stated Apple was working on the idea of letting iOS 14 users stay on that particular version of the mobile operating system rather than upgrading to the newest version. Apple intended to release security updates for the older OS, and the new features would remain with the new software. But, it was an option, especially for the folks who aren't fans of upgrading to the newest version of the mobile OS as soon as it launches.
Apple is developing a fix for a recently discovered Safari tracking bug that would let any website track your browsing history and access your Google ID for tracking purposes.
A common behavior I discern among smartphone users, be it Android or iOS, and jailbreak or not, is pulling the handset out of their pocket to check the time. I do this myself, even despite having an Apple Watch.
Released just over two years ago, the checkra1n jailbreak has proven to be particularly resilient because of the hardware-based checkm8 bootrom exploit that powers it. The checkm8 exploit targets A7-A11 devices (up to and including the iPhone X), and due to being hardware-based, Apple can’t patch it for those devices already in circulation.
Do you have a soft spot for the timeless aesthetic of an analog clock? If so, then a new jailbreak tweak subtly named Analog by iOS developer ginsudev could be right up your alley!