Last week, Apple released iOS 13. And then, earlier this week, Apple released iOS 13.1. However, while the new software is supported on a wide range of older devices, not all of Apple's aging hardware can support the new software.
iPhones and iPads have been jailbreakable for more than a decade, but the Apple Watch doesn’t quite seem to receive as much attention as those handsets in the pwnage department. For that reason, a work-in-progress Apple Watch-centric jailbreak dubbed ‘Brenbreak’ by @ethanpepro has been particularly intriguing, to say the least.
The mastermind behind the Brenbreak Apple Watch jailbreak has been sharing regular updates via Twitter since April, and with one of the most recent updates indicating a Q4 2019 public release, it should come as no surprise to anyone that @ethanpepro shared yet another momentous milestone just last night:
Apple has released the latest update to the Apple Watch, bringing with it a major bug fix, expanding the availability of the ECG app, and more.
Yesterday, Apple suspended the Walkie-Talkie service for Apple Watch on server end due to an unspecified exploit which could allow someone to eavesdrop on your audio messages.
Apple is moving right along with the latest developer betas for macOS Mojave, watchOS 5, and tvOS 12.
Apple today brought ECG functionality and irregular heart rate notifications to additional markets after debuting these health-focused capabilities in the United States last October.
Apple today released second betas for the upcoming iOS 12.3, tvOS 12.3, macOS Mojave 10.14.5 and watchOS 5.2.1 software updates, arriving less than two weeks after the first betas were made available to the company's registered developers and public beta testers.
The concept of jailbreaking the Apple Watch isn’t particularly new, and while there’ve been a handful of attempts to make an official Apple Watch jailbreak, most of those efforts were for proof of concept or developer tinkering purposes only. Fortunately, that could change in the future.
A handful of Tweets shared by @ethanpepro over the last couple of weeks denote what appears to be preliminary progress on the backbone of a jailbreak tool for Series 0, 1, 2, 3, and 4 Apple Watches running watchOS versions 4.0-5.1.2, and perhaps even watchOS 3.
Apple on Wednesday released watchOS 5.2 to the public as expected, an update for the Apple Watch that adds support for Apple’s brand-new second-generation AirPods, among other things.
The update also brings the ECG app and irregular rhythm notification to Hong Kong and 19 European countries. It also offers support for the AirPods 2nd generation and real-time text (RTT) for phone calls.
Apple today released fourth developer betas for the upcoming iOS 12.2, watchOS 5.2, macOS Mojave 10.14.4 and tvOS 12.2 updates (public betas should be arriving shortly).
Apple today released second developer betas for what would become mid-cycle iOS 12.2, watchOS 5.2, macOS Mojave 10.14.4 and tvOS 12.2 updates.
More than three weeks after releasing the second beta of iOS 12.1.3, Apple on Monday seeded its registered developers and members of the Apple Developer Program third betas of the upcoming iOS 12.1.3, watchOS 5.1.3 and tvOS 12.1.2 software updates.