Just last Thursday, Apple publicly released iOS 16.0.2 with a patchwork of bug fixes for the company’s latest mobile operating system – iOS 16. Just some of the remedies included with the update were a solution for the freaky camera vibration when using third-party apps and a resolution for the excessive clipboard permission prompts users would get upon pasting text copied from one app to another, among other things.
We’ve been talking a lot about TrollStore lately, and for good reason. In the absence of a jailbreak for iOS & iPadOS 15, it’s the closest thing we’ve got. That’s because it lets users perma-sign apps on their iPhones and iPads with elevated privileges that come eerily close to the capabilities of jailbreak tweaks – see Cardio, Filza, Legizmo Kincaid, and Mugunghwa as just a few different examples.
Apple on Thursday released a new software update for iPhones in the form of iOS 16.0.2, and while it’s available for every iPhone that can run iOS 16, newfangled iPhone 14 Pro & 14 Pro Max owners are going to want to pay particular attention to this one.
If you’ve been following along with the progress on the Odyssey Team’s upcoming Cheyote jailbreak for iOS & iPadOS 15.0-15.1.1 recently, then you’d know that one of the major setbacks that’s delaying the launch is preparing jailbreak tweaks to support iOS & iPadOS 15 via the rootless dynamic and with libhooker as the primary means of tweak injection.
This tutorial will guide you through the process of downgrading your iPhone from iOS 16 to iOS 15. But first, let's go over the reasons why you might want to do this, and what you need to downgrade from a newer version of iOS 16 to an older version of iOS 15.
The wait continues for a user-friendly iOS & iPadOS 15 jailbreak designed for the general public, but the many projects currently under development raise hope for something to materialize in the future. Of course, when we say “user-friendly,” we mean things that aren’t intended only for developers…
A newly released utility called Pogo by iOS developer elihwyma is sure to turn a few heads this weekend, but what exactly is it, and should you rush into the line to install it?
Earlier today following the debut of iOS 16.0, iOS developer Opa334 released an update for the TrollStore perma-signing utility for iOS & iPadOS 14.0-15.1.1 with bug fixes and enhancements. And it now seems that a second update to TrollStore has been released Monday evening.
Another day, another update for TrollStore, the increasingly popular .ipa perms-signing utility for iOS & iPadOS 14.0-15.1.1 by iOS developer Opa334.
TrollStore by iOS developer opa334 has been all the rage as of late. This handy utility lets iOS & iPadOS 14.0-15.1.1 users perma-sign .ipa files on their iPhone or iPad without having to re-sign those apps every seven days (or yearly, depending on the type of Apple developer account you have) as you would normally need to do when sideloading with a solution such as AltStore or Sideloady.
One of the most distinguishable new features of the new iPhone 14 Pro is the Dynamic Island. It’s a fancy name invented by Apple to describe the software features glorifying the hole punch cutout that will replace the infamous notch to house the iPhone’s TrueDepth camera system.
Things have been so crazy lately with all of Apple’s latest product announcements that it would’ve been easy to miss iOS developer Opa334 releasing a new and free package for jailbroken iOS & iPadOS 14.0-14.8.1 devices called TrollStore Helper.