The Odyssey Team is out with a fresh update for the iOS & iPadOS 14-centric Taurine jailbreak tool this 4th of July evening, and it is being formally dubbed version 1.1.4.
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Hot off the heels of the release of a powerful PoC by security researcher Zhuowei Zhang that allows sideloaded apps to be signed indefinitely, the Odyssey Team has now provided a package for Taurine jailbreak users on iOS & iPadOS 14.0-14.3.
iDB is proud to bring our readers yet another jailbreak-based roundup that goes over all the latest content spanning the course of this past week — that is, Monday, June 27th to Sunday, July 3rd.
Apart from the checkra1n jailbreak, just about all of the jailbreak tools released in recent memory come in the form of a sideloadable app, which needs to be signed using your free or paid Apple Developer account or a third-party signing service.
As you watch videos in the YouTube app for iOS, you may occasionally come across one that displays an “Includes Paid Promotion” banner across the top of the video.
While a lot of jailbreakers use their jailbreaks to make their handsets do more than they can out of the box, others will sometimes resort to customizing their handset’s UI or enhancing games on their device.
There are a subset of people in society that purposely set their clocks fast, often by almost 10 minutes or so. This is purportedly supposed to help with chronic lateness, as it makes the individual believe they need to be somewhere 10 minutes earlier than they actually do.
While lots of iPhone and iPad users depend on their Lock Screen as a layer of protection for keeping unwarranted users users out, a smaller subset see it as a nuisance barrier to their handset usage altogether.
Wondering what’s new in the jailbreak community lately? You’re definitely not alone, and while the continued wait for an iOS & iPadOS 15 jailbreak has certainly slowed things down as far as releases go, iDB is happy to provide a roundup of all the latest content from this past week so you can ensure you haven’t missed a beat.
There’s something to be said about the retro look of Windows XP that makes it feel both nostalgic and homey, especially if you used it at one point in your life. But now you can have that same experience every time you pick up your jailbroken iPhone.
Every app on your iPhone or iPad has a version number that helps you distinguish whether it’s up to date or not, but have you ever maybe wanted to spoof that number?
Of all the things you might check your iPhone or iPad for throughout the day, Weather might be pretty high on that list, especially if you do outdoor activities and want to make sure you won’t be getting poured on.