After months and months of waiting, users running iOS 7 to iOS 7.0.4 can now jailbreak their iDevices – even the new iPad Mini Retina and iPad Air. Usually, this would be fantastic news – after all, users have been waiting a long time to unlock the full potential of their device. This time, however things are different. This time, you may not want to jailbreak. [Read more...]
iOS 7 will be a major upgrade of the operating system your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch will run on. Deemed as the biggest change to iOS since it was introduced, you can guarantee iOS 7 will change the way you use your device. Here are four things you can do to prepare your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch for iOS 7. [Read more...]
Whenever a new version of iOS is released, one of the first questions a lot of iOS users ask is – when will an untethered jailbreak come out for it? And that’s no different with the announcement of iOS 7 – many of us are left wondering, when will a jailbreak for iOS 7 be out? [Read more...]
We learned a lot about iOS 7 during WWDC. We learned about the big redesign that brings a more flat look to iOS 7, and we learned about new major features such as control center. But the list certainly does not end there – there are a heck of a lot more features hidden in iOS 7 that Apple did not show off to us. Here are a few of them. [Read more...]
Edit: Now with more information available, we know that this option is toggleable. If the option to toggle this feature on or off was not there, here would be my thoughts.
A while back we wrote an article on a cool jailbreak tweak that can update your applications automatically, Auto App Updater. And while this feature would be extremely convenient for some people, that’s not the case for everyone. In fact, requiring your applications to be updated, or having them update automatically could cause a huge issue for some iOS users, and here’s why. [Read more...]
Since the original iPhone, the design of the operating system hasn’t changed much at all. We still have the set application icons, the same animations, and the same layout. The good news is, this isn’t necessarily a bad thing. People who have owned an iOS device before will have an easy time upgrading to their newer one, as they’ll already be familiar with the operating system. But for how much longer? It’s expected that a major design overhaul code named “Innsbruck” will come with iOS 7. Let’s take a look at what we can expect.
Although iOS is one of the most popular mobile operating systems currently out, like every OS, it has its areas where it shines, and its areas where improvement is needed. I have used iOS for a very long time, and although most every major update brings significant improvements, there are still areas that need to be improved.