- Just giving txt number is 70070 to WOOK50 for #Challenge250
- Giveaway: 3 newly launched Scosche Lightning cable accessories
- Jony Ive wins Blue Peter badge, reciprocates with tour of Apple's Aluminium CNC machines (Video)
- iOS 6 bug lets institutional users bypass 'Don't Allow Changes' account restriction, install unapproved apps (Update: fixed)
- Apple looking for managers to lead 'high-priority' next-generation Apple TV feature development
- #iPhone and Tech News is out! paper.li/jailbr0keni0s/… ▸ Top stories today via @angry_veteran @NxtiPhoneNews @top_stock_news 3 hours ago
- The Jailbreak iPhone Daily is out! paper.li/jailbr0keni0s/… ▸ Top stories today via @AndyGahan 3 hours ago
- Why are ppl moaning about another public JB before iOS 7. Guys it's just not worth it. #NotLongToWait 7 hours ago
- #iPhone and Tech News is out! paper.li/jailbr0keni0s/… ▸ Top stories today via @RaraLoaFa @HackiPhone @ThSuarez 1 day ago
- The Jailbreak iPhone Daily is out! paper.li/jailbr0keni0s/… ▸ Top stories today via @mendmyi @Daniel277 @tfaiso 1 day ago
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The iPhone 5 debuted last October and along with it so did the Lightning port. Since its launch there have been few third party accessories created due to Apple's tight control over the the new technology. Today, the popular consumer electronics and car audio company, Scosche, officially launched their line of Apple approved Lightning accessories. While other companies are already offering official Lightning cables, this launch by Scosche is of particular interest because they are the first to offer both car chargers and wall chargers (5W and 10W) as well as a retractable cable.
Sir Jony Ive is no stranger to winning accolades in the United Kingdom, including Knighthood and what not, but he seems to be taken aback today with the U.K.'s highest children's award, the Blue Peter badge. That's all well and good, but, if you are like us, you were looking behind Sir Jony to Apple's Industrial design workshop that
iOS 6 bug lets institutional users bypass 'Don't Allow Changes' account restriction, install unapproved apps (Update: fixed)
Update (Feb 21st): This has been fixed according to a reader. The iTunes and App Stores use HTML on the backend so Apple can "push" updates via backend code changes:
As of this morning, the bug is gone! No update required! Looks
like the somehow they pushed the update! I can no longer change the
account in the App Store or iTunes store!
A recent job posting by Apple looking for an Apple TV software engineer backs up rumors that the company is finally preparing to expand its presence in the living room. According to the job listing on Apple's website, the company is looking for someone to "lead a team of engineers working on exciting new features and functionality" for the next-generation Apple TV.
Google is launching retail stores by the end of the year to sell its own products, we're reporting over at 9to5Google. Will Google try to squeeze into the local Mall between the new Microsoft store and the existing Apple store? Will it be able to supplant some of Apple's MacBook sales with its $249 Chromebooks? iPhones with Nexuses? Find out more.
It's pretty early here in the Midwest, so it seemed like the perfect time to share this infographic explaining social media via coffee that I found on Tumblr.
I like the infographic, but I wish it actually included the names of each social media it is explaining, because I think some people will have trouble figuring even that out for some of these examples.
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It appears the recent spec update to the MacBook Pros wasn't as minor as we had originally thought. According to a leaked Apple repair guide for the 15-inch Retina MacBook Pro, many internals including the SSD, I/O Board, Logic Board and even the bottom case have been updated to new parts. While it isn't clear yet how the updated parts were changed (besides the obvious CPU speed), it…
So here we are again on a not so sunny UK weekend. I was thinking to myself after writing a small post the other day, lets see if anyone else would like to contribute.
Now if you either have something to “get off your chest” or even just a review of a product tweak. Whether from the App Store or Cydia then why not write about it. Now it doesn’t matter wether you are not the best grammatically as I will review your post and make sure everything is in place, but I wouldn’t alter your view in the slightest, grammatical changes and that’s all.
Now this blog press gets enough views to justify this, on the release on Evasi0n it had nearly 4,000 unique visitors and daily it’s now get between 500-700 visitors. Now content is essential to a good WordPress/blog, I have a crazily busy life and only update this when I have time which is limited throughout the day, but I still do it.
So if you would like to have your own view on here or a review, then drop me a line email@example.com or tweet me @jailbr0keni0s
Thank you for looking peeps and hopefully here from you soon.
Well we have it. The jailbreak has come after a long wait. Yesterday was actually agonising, constant pressing of the F5 button, then questioning yourself wether its actually doing anything. Yes I was there too. So now you have Cydia on your iDevice. So what do you install first.
As you saw yesterday I posted a comprehensive list to the Cydia repos and have a tutorial on how to install new repos so you should be all set to search for anything and everything.
But what do you get your grubby hands on first?
Well here is my Top 5. Now I’m a simpleton, I love my iDevice to look sleek and simple yet different. With the following tweaks this is what you will get. Check them out.
By Aaron Ash
This has always been one of my first tweaks to install. Absolutely love it. immediately as soon as you swipe your finger across the screen and your icons go crazy you will fall in love with it. The guy has added the old school “snake” effect as well. Go check it out. PURCHASE OFFICIALLY
Once again simple yet effective. Bored of your notifications being dull. Well not no more with this app colour notification change. As you can see below at the top of the screen
Beautiful tweak and well worth it. Simple and sleek. That’s what I like.
One of the best themes out there and I bloody love it. Also looks amazing on the iPad too. Complete icon overhaul, you can tell by the small and effective detail that the team has put allot of time and effort into this. PURCHASE OFFICIALLY
Bored of the normal messaging service that apple provide. Well get bite SMS. It has whatsapp integration and delayed sending of SMS. Also when in any app an you receive a message you can reply without exiting the app. Simple and very effective. Massive kudos to the team for an excellent job on this.
Well that’s my must have apps. There are some others I use such as Zeppelin, Auxo, Activator etc.
also IntelliscreenX, it has a trial so try before you buy. Here’s a screen shot.
From lock screen you can check, twitter, mail, RSS, Facebook and calendar events.
Thank you for reading.