One of the best WWDC21 announcements for non-Apple fans is the ability for Windows and Android users to join FaceTime calls initiated by Apple users on macOS 12 or iOS/iPadOS 15.
Microsoft has scheduled a new Windows-themed press event for June 24 at 11am ET, promising to show “what’s next for Windows.” Could this be a major unveiling of Windows 11?
WhatsApp makes switching platforms a pain— for instance, the ability to transfer WhatsApp chats and media from your Android phone to a new iPhone is unsupported. The good news is, WhatsApp transfer doesn't need to be difficult provided you have the right tool for the job.
Microsoft has a Surface Pro 7 to sell to interested individuals, which means the company has to market the device. Apparently the best way to do that is to compare it to Apple's devices.
In case you’ve been living under a rock, the Taurine jailbreak is now officially available for all iOS & iPadOS 14.0-14.3 devices.
Taurine is the latest jailbreak whose development is led by CoolStar, the same individual responsible for spearheading the development of the Odyssey jailbreak on iOS & iPadOS 13.0-13.7 devices, the Chimera jailbreak on iOS 12 devices, and the Electra jailbreak on iOS 11 devices. With that in mind, if you've used any of the aforementioned jailbreak tools in the past, then you will find that Taurine's user experience feels particularly similar.
In January of this year, Intel announced that its CEO at the time, Bob Swan, would be stepping down. The company was on shaky ground, for a variety of reasons, and a shakeup at the top was seen as a way to get things back on a right path. That probably hasn't happened quite yet, but that isn't stopping the company from leaning into some anti-Apple marketing.
It's always been a point of pride for some Mac users out there that worrying about potential malware threats isn't as big of a concern as it is while using Windows. And, despite the fact that a new report says threats are growing for Apple's computers, that talking point still seems to stand true.
Jay Freeman, also known to the jailbreak community as Saurik, appears to be at it again this week after releasing a surprise update for Cydia Impactor for macOS, Windows, and Linux.
The latest version of the Cydia Impactor utility comes in the form of version 0.9.53 and incorporates a number of changes for the small subset of users who are still able to use it.
Jailbreak apps such as Chimera, Odyssey, and unc0ver can be installed a bevy of different ways. Perhaps one of the most popular methods involves a software utility combination for macOS and Windows-based computers known as AltStore and AltServer. The latter runs as a process on the computer, facilitating the installation of the former alongside side-loadable apps on an iPhone or iPad running iOS or iPadOS 12.2 or later.
Both AltStore and AltServer occasionally receive updates with improvements and/or new features for users, and just this evening, the software duo were updated to version 1.4.4.
If you’ve been waiting for a way to use iCloud passwords on Windows, then you may have known a Chrome extension was on the way. While the Chrome add-on was released a while ago, you needed to have iCloud version 12.0 or later to use the feature.
So, if your iCloud is now up to date on Windows and you’re ready to use the Chrome extension, we’ll show you how to set it all up.
One of the things you can do with a jailbroken iPhone or iPad is access the handset’s root file system. With that in mind, having an easy means of doing so can be an incredibly valuable capability, especially if you have any interest in changing or modifying system files with custom ones to change the device’s functionality or software-esque appearance.
While most people use on-device file managers such as Filza to tackle their file system browsing needs, Xenon is a newly released jailbreak tweak buy iOS developer Aspen that lets you access your handset’s file system from the comfort of your Mac or Windows PC — with the full luxury of the larger display that accompanies it.
One of the small things I appreciate the most about being a Mac user is that I can easily AirDrop files from my iPhone to my computer and vice versa in some instances. Unfortunately, this process isn’t so cut and dry if you’re a Linux or Windows user, as both of these operating systems lack AirDrop support.
For the reason mentioned above, I would highly recommend a newly released and free jailbreak tweak called SendToDesktop by iOS developer Sudhip for both Linux and Windows users, as it can make sharing files from your iPhone or iPad to your personal computer a breeze.