The Apple TV 4K’s lack of ports makes it harder to sideload apps to it than it is on the Apple TV 4. But fear not! We’ll show you how to get your favourite jailbreak and media apps onto your 4K device, without the luxury of Cydia Impactor.
The next version of macOS is almost certainly going to be revealed on Monday, June 4 at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC). Now there’s proof, courtesy of a 30-second video preview of Xcode for macOS 10.14.
This guide will show you how to build extra_recipe from the source code and deploy it to your device. Doing so will allow you to take advantage of newer features and wider device support than is currently provided by the publicly available compiled .ipa.
Apple’s European iOS App Development Center at the University of Naples has opened its doors to students on Thursday. British newspaper The Guardian visited Apple’s school for programmers in the days leading up to the launch, showing off the facility in a batch of photos. The project was formally announced in January 2016. Specialized curriculum gives students practical skills and training on developing iPhone, iPod touch and iPad apps.
Kodi is one of those apps that I love using on my jailbroken devices, but did you know that it can also be easily installed and used on a non-jailbroken device? I just finished installing Kodi on my iPad Pro in a matter of minutes. Although it’s not as straightforward as installing it from Cydia, it can still easily be done with a bit of patience.
I use Kodi to stream live local channels to my iOS devices via an HDHomeRun box, but I also use it to stream video from an external drive hooked up to my AirPort extreme. Needless to say, it’s a great app that’s not just limited to jailbroken device thanks to Xcode 7.
The folks over at f.lux have released a sideloadable version of their popular utility for all iOS devices running iOS 9. The utility, which was once limited to jailbroken iPhones, can now be installed on any iOS 9 device, even the new iPad Pro, without a jailbreak.
f.lux is a utility that allows your iPhone to automatically adjust the screen temperature according to the time of day. It’s a utility that I use every day on my Mac, and it makes working on my computer in a dark environment much easier on my eyes. The same premise applies to iOS devices as well.
Would you be interested in using f.lux on your iPhone? Check out the full tutorial inside.