Months before Apple announcing the official release of version 6.1 for iOS, there was a lot of talk on specific forums whether it can be Jailbreaked soon after. Well, Apple made the iOS 6.1 update available last week and it looks like today we are going to see the first Jailbreak for it.
In the never ending Mac versus PC war, one of the main arguments is the fact that there are less bugs in Mac OS than there are in Windows. Well, the truth lies somewhere in the middle because these days everybody is talking about the phrase which can crash any application you have running.
With each week that passes, rumors about upcoming Apple products pop-up across the globe like nothing else. The most recent rumor concerns the next iPad and comes from China via 9to5mac. Apparently, an accessories manufacturer sent them a few images which should allegedly represent the back plate for the iPad 5.
After Apple reinvented the mp3 player in the form of the now popular iPod, rumors soon came out about their next big product. As technology companies like Apple have to rely on suppliers in Asia to manufacture their products, you can imagine that very often this is also the source for most of the leaks.
If you intend to purchase an iOS device this holiday season and expect to be able to fiddle with it, there’s something you should be aware of. Apple’s hardware currently available in the stores most likely comes with iOS 6.0.1 which can be jailbreaked by veteran hackers, but things are soon about to change for them as well with the upcoming update.
Rumors say that Apple is intensifying the fight to protect its software in the future version of iOS, numbered 6.1, which is the first major update for the platform.
Apple has recently pushed a new update for iOS, numbered 6.0.2, and negative comments from iPhone users are starting to show with every hour that passes. Although Apple claims that with the recent update, they fixed an issue concerning WiFi, reports show that that it does more than that.
Among the hot and trending topics in Apple forums are those which refer to the new update draining the battery more than the previous version of iOS used to.
New Tutorial: tethered Redsnow 0.9.15b3 jailbreak for iOS 6.1 beta 4
I know that we have just brought you the news that the new iOS 6.1 Beta 4 download has become available. Of course, the Cupertino based company releases these beta updates towards its group of developers, for the first time. After enough testings are being made, it shall become available to standard users, too. But, as many of our readers are already expecting, the Redsn0w group has already prepared a tethered jailbreak solution for this new update.
iOS 6.1 Beta 4 is available for download. Officially, just for developers, for the moment.
iOS 6 has been one of the most expected operating systems on the market. The not-so-bright side of this matter comes from the fact that it had some issues. The major one is considered to be its navigation application. Because Google Maps couldn’t be used, the in-house app provided by Apple has turned out to be a total mess. Many users have “screamed” that in some particular situation it is worthless. Even the Australian police has recently released a warning regarding the precision of this navigation system, saying it… Continue to iOS 6.1 Beta 4 (Build 10B5126b) Download
Recent rumors about the upcoming operating system from Apple, Mac OS X Mountain Lion say that it is already under testing by AppleCare specialists as it was just recently sent out to them by the ‘mothership’ from Cupertino. Assumptions are also being made about the fact that the version sent out is identical to the one which Apple are soon going to launch officially.
The guys over at Gizmodo Australia have managed to get their hands on a bunch of documents which offer a lot of details over Google’s Nexus 7 upcoming tablet. The device is scheduled to be announced at the well-known Google I/O Conference but the news about the leak can only contribute to the hype and buzz for the product.