Whenever you hear the word “jailbreak,” Apple’s iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV are some of the first devices that come to mind. But while the idea encompassing an Apple Watch jailbreak has been tossed around in the community for years, no large-scale Apple Watch jailbreak has ever made it to fruition.
While a developer-focused ‘prototype jailbreak’ dubbed overcl0ck was released at the start of 2018, it wasn’t quite what jailbreakers expected. But now, iOS hacker tihmstar has gone public with a new developer jailbreak for the Apple Watch dubbed jelbrekTime.
watchOS 4.1 was publicly released yesterday and brought a pair of new music-related features.
Apple on Tuesday released the watchOS 4.1 software update for all Apple Watch models.
Apple released watchOS 4.1 publicly on October 31, 2017.
The upcoming watchOS 4.1 software update has reached the developer beta 4 now as we continue to inch closer to its commercial release, probably around the time iPhone X is scheduled to land on store shelves two weeks from today.
Apple on Friday seeded the fourth betas of upcoming software updates iOS 11.1 and watchOS 4.1. Registered developers can install the new betas from Apple's Developer Center, or by using each platform's respective over-the-air update mechanism.
Apple yesterday released a third beta of watchOS 4.1 for all Apple Watch models along with iOS 11.1 beta 3 and tvOS 11.1 beta 3. Our resident video editor Andrew O'Hara went hands on with all the changes in the new watchOS build, here's what he discovered.
Apple today seeded third betas of iOS 11.1, watchOS 4.1 and tvOS 11.1 to its registered developers and members of the Apple Developer Program.
The initial watchOS 4.1 beta was released just under two weeks ago, and now we have beta 2. That first beta brought with it several new user facing features including updates to the Music app, and a new Radio app.
Beta 2 adds to those features, bringing cellular support to the Radio app, and the addition of the ESPN station.
Keeping true to its promise, Apple has now officially added more than a hundred new emoji to the second betas for iOS 11.1, watchOS 4.1 and macOS High Sierra 10.13.1.
Apple's first developer beta of watchOS 4.1 that dropped today brings untethered music streaming to the wrist.
As per the official release notes for the latest developer-only watchOS 4.1 beta that can be found on Apple's Dev Center, the forthcoming software includes new capabilities like an all-new Radio app that supports cellular streaming on Series 3 models.