Track your journey, get updated ETAs and see where to make your next trip with Google Maps—right on your iPhone’s lock screen, without opening the app.
So you’ve just removed the palera1n jailbreak from your iPhone or iPad, only to find that the rootfs restore left behind some unwanted icons on your Home Screen; namely Sileo and Substitute, which are the package manager and tweak injection apps that are installed by palera1n when you jailbreak your handset with it.
Watch our new video walkthrough to learn about cool iPhone tips, tricks and secret features such as downloading any video, getting precise battery info, and so on.
iOS 16.3 has added a two-factor authentication requirement for iCloud Backup and iCloud Drive to make your device backups and files in the cloud more secure.
If you look at the Lock Screen’s Now Playing media interface on an iOS 16 device beside an iOS 15 device, then you should notice some aesthetic differences.
We’re showing you how to find out how much of your iPhone’s storage space is lost to system files and how much of it is taken up by the iOS operating system itself.
These minor updates for the Apple TV and HomePod models include unspecified general performance and stability improvements in the tvOS operating system.
You’ve made it to iDB’s weekly roundup of the latest iPhone and iPad hacking news, where we show you what’s new in the jailbreak community, bug and exploitation developments, and anything else that may interest you if you enjoy these kinds of stories from this past week.
Jailbreaks are hard to come by these days, which is why so many people currently use TrollStore on iOS 14.0-15.4.1 (and some 15.5 and 15.6 betas) or the MacDirtyCow bug (on iOS 15.0-16.1.2) to enjoy a subset of must-have system mods.
At the top of any Face ID-equipped iPhone’s Lock Screen is that iconic padlock glyph that indicates whether your iPhone has authenticated your face or not.
If there’s one thing that the jailbreak community always responds well to, it’s a single jailbreak tweak that does it all such that it becomes unnecessary to install several smaller tweaks to do essentially the same thing.
After releasing iOS & iPadOS 16.3 to the general public last week, almost anyone could have predicted that Apple would soon stop signing the older iOS & iPadOS 16.2, and it now seems that time has come.