Apple's budget iPad costs just $329, and the next update should boost its value with new features like a faster Apple A13 chip bringing a notable ump in everyday performance.
Today’s jailbreak tools tend to install one of two different package manager apps: Cydia or Sileo. But those are far from the only package manager apps in existence today. Popular alternatives to Cydia and Sileo that can be installed by the end user include both Installer and Zebra.
We’re no stranger to either of the aforementioned package manager apps here at iDownloadBlog, but it’s worth noting that Zebra is now under new management as iOS developer Adam Demasi (@hkirb) has officially taken over this month as the project’s lead maintainer. Those shoes were previously filled by Wilson Styres (@willywurr).
Changing iPhone text size used to be a global setting, but new controls that Apple added with the iOS 15 update allow you to adjust font size separately for each app installed on the system.
After weeks of beta testing, the day has finally arrived. The next update for iOS and iPadOS is now available to the public. Now, it's not quite the big update we're all waiting for -- iOS 15 doesn't arrive until this fall -- but it's certainly a noteworthy uptick in version number, at least.
Last year, Apple updated its support document regarding cleaning the company's products. At the time it was a pretty big change, letting device owners know they could clean their iPhone(s) with disinfecting wipes. But, as noted in a newly updated document, there's another important bit to be aware of.
Apple introduced several new features and improvements to FaceTime during WWDC this year. One of these features is called SharePlay, and it allows users to share music or videos in FaceTime calls. With the iOS 15, iPadOS 15, tvOS 15, and macOS 12 Monterey update, users will be able to listen to music together or start a watch party while on a FaceTime call. You can also use SharePlay to share your screen in FaceTime, which is pretty useful.
A recently discovered bug that allows malformed network names to crash your iPhone’s Wi-Fi, requiring a factory reset to fix, is now more potent as a zero-day vulnerability in iOS 14.6.
If you’ve been following the jailbreak community recently, then you’ve likely witnessed the release of jailbreak tweaks that can be used to make iOS better than it is out of the box.
In this roundup, we show you all the latest jailbreak tweak and extension releases along with jailbreak-related news content from this past week, spanning the timeframe of Monday, July 12th to Sunday, July 18th.
Team unc0ver is back at it once again following a long pause in updates after launching an updated version of the unc0ver jailbreak tool for all iOS & iPadOS versions spanning 11.0-14.3. Today’s update brings the unc0ver jailbreak tool up to version 6.2.0.
Hacker and unc0ver lead developer Pwn20wnd announced the updated version of the jailbreak via Twitter this Saturday afternoon.
In some of the more recent versions of the official YouTube app, it seems that the app developers have replaced the Explore tab with the newer Shorts tab in an effort to push YouTube’s new Shorts feature on more users.
I for one don’t find YouTube Shorts to be all that interesting. In fact, I really only use YouTube for full-length videos.
It was only a few days ago that the Odyssey Team acknowledged the discovery of a serious bug on iOS 14 that could cause data loss and/or forced iOS updates.
As such, the Odyssey Team recommended that users of newer versions of the Taurine jailbreak revert to Taurine version 1.0.4, as both versions 1.0.5 and 1.0.6 appeared to exacerbate this issue one way or another.
For one reason or another, audio visualizers seem to be a popular add-on among music-enjoying jailbreakers.
A bevy of jailbreak tweaks have brought this functionality to the iOS platform in one capacity or another, but we’re particularly excited to go hands-on with a new release dubbed Visualyser by iOS developer Xyaman.