News tagged ‘jailbreak’
Earlier this week, Apple has released iOS 9.1 with over 150 new emojis, improvements to Live Photos and bug fixes to users worldwide. The update has also patched the vulnerabilities used in the untethered jailbreak of iPhones, iPads and iPod touch units running iOS 9 or higher. All these things allow Apple to finally focus its attention on the development of the next version of iOS, which is iOS 9.2.
Apple has just released iOS 9.1 to users worldwide. The release comes about a month after the release of iOS 9, which could boast of a wide number of under-the-hood improvements, bug fixes and new features for the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, iPad mini 4 and iPad Pro as well as for other compatible devices.
iOS 9.1 brings over 150 new emojis to Apple devices and contains improvements for Live Photos that make it easier to capture beautiful images using the iPhone 6s or 6s Plus.
Ryan Petrich has recently released the updated version of probably the most popular jailbreak tweak called Activator. Version 1.9.6 now supports iOS 9 and 3D Touch, a feature included to the recently-released iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus.
It is Sunday today, so it is high time we discussed the most popular posts of the past seven days. For sure, the most interesting and a bit surprising post is the one telling us about the release of iOS 9 jailbreak. There are also some articles dealing with Apple’s new iMacs with Retina 4K and 5K displays as well as with the internal components of the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus.
As it was reported earlier this month, the Apple News app introduced with the release of iOS 9 is currently available only in the USA. Moreover, because of governmental demands, Apple is blocking access to the application in a number of regions, for example, in China.
Even though the Apple News app is currently not available in most countries, there’s a way to start using it right now. All you need to have is a compatible jailbroken iPhone, iPad or iPod touch running iOS 9 or higher.
Several days after the release of the first version of their tool for untethered jailbreak compatible with iOS 9-iOS 9.0.2, the Pangu team has seeded the update containing a number of stability improvements and bug fixes. If you have an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch running iOS 9 and a Windows-based computer or virtual machine with this operating system on board, you can download Pangu9 1.0.1 at
As it was already mentioned on our website, the Pangu team has recently released the untethered jailbreak of iOS 9. Below you will find the instructions for your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch running iOS 9, iOS 9.0.1 and iOS 9.0.2. Note you will need a Windows computer to jailbreak your device.
I’ve got some good news for those who plan to jailbreak their compatible iPhones, iPads and iPod touch units running iOS 9. The Pangu team has just released untethered jailbreak of iOS 9. Even though Apple has reportedly patched the vulnerabilities used in the iOS 8.4 jailbreak, looks like the hackers have found something new.
It Sunday today, which means it’s time to tell you about the most interesting articles of the past seven days. Most of these posts deal with Apple’s iOS 9 and its bugs, new iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus and the worldwide Mac sales. There are also several articles that tell us about the new releases of iOS 9.1 and OS X 10.11.1 El Capitan, however, if you are not a developer, this is not very important to you. What is important, though, is that soon we may see the jailbreak of iOS 8.4.1.
An Italian student named Luca Todesco has recently released source code for iOS 8.4.1 jailbreak. The developer has called his jailbreak Yalu and although it’s not yet finalized, it can jailbreak your iPhone and most likely iPad and iPod touch running iOS 8.4.1 and let you install OpenSSH. For some reason, Todesco warns users not to install Cydia right now, but I believe soon it would be possible to use Yalu as a fully functional tool for untethered jailbreak. Especially since the developer plans to make a public release of his utility in the near future.
Following the releases of iOS 9, iOS 9.0.1 and iOS 9.0.2 to users worldwide, Apple has finally stopped signing iOS 8.4.1. This means that restores and downgrades to this version of Apple’s operating system are no longer possible. And that’s not very good since iOS 9 seems to be quite glitchy. As it has been already mentioned on our website, a wide number of iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users are facing various problems with power, Touch ID, 3D Touch and speakers.
It is Sunday today, which means it's time for us to discuss the most interesting posts of the last seven days. Well, keeping in mind that Apple unveiled the long-awaited 4.7-inch iPhone 6s, 5.5-inch iPhone 6s Plus as well as the 7.9-inch iPad mini and 12.9-inch iPad Pro on Wednesday, it is no secret that most of the articles this week deal with these particular devices and their tech specs.
Even though Apple has patched a number of vulnerabilities used for untethered jailbreak of iOS 8.4, looks like there's still a lot of work to be done about the security of iOS 9 that is expected to be released to public next week. As shown in the video that has been posted by a well-known hacker nicknamed iH8sn0w, iOS 9 is jailbreakable. The developer and author of such tools as sn0wbreeze and iFaith has perfectly demonstrated his jailbreak, which means we may soon see a new tool for hacking iOS 9. The video proving the aforementioned rumor is available below.
It is Sunday today, which means it is high time I told you about the most interesting posts of the past seven days. Let’s take a look at these posts right now.
Most of the articles this week deal with Apple’s next-gen iPhone and rumors about its hardware components and the release date. There’re also some posts that tell us about the 12.9-inch iPad Pro and about a new security vulnerability found in OS X Yosemite 10.10.5.
Apple has just stopped signing iOS 8.4. This means it is currently impossible to downgrade to this version of Apple’s mobile operating system.
If you have a jailbroken iPhone, iPad or iPod touch, make sure you don’t upgrade to iOS 8.4.1 accidentally. Although it seems that this version is jailbreakable, currently there are no tools capable of hacking devices with IOS 8.4.1 on board. If you try jailbreaking your device and then something goes wrong, you will have to restore to iOS 8.4.1, not iOS 8.4.