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The week has come to an end, which means it is high time I told you about the most interesting posts of the past seven days. If you’re ready to read, let’s begin.
Just three days after the release of the new version of Pangu utility for jailbreak, which contained a number of serious improvements, bug fixes and several new features, another one appeared earlier today.
A new version of the Pangu jailbreaking utility has been released today. According to its developers, Pangu 1.2 contains a wide number of improvements and bug fixes aimed at addressing the issues connected with AFC2, sandbox and other features of this utility for jailbreak.
Apple has recently released a new iTunes 11.3.1 version that contains a fix for the bug that was preventing the podcasts section from working properly. If you encountered problems with iTunes on your Mac after the update, I suggest that you read this article up to the very end.
Just several days after releasing the previous version, Apple has seeded a new beta of OS X Mavericks 10.9.5 to developers for testing. The update contains a number of minor improvements and bug fixes aimed at making the operating system more stable. This beta contains no new features, this was confirmed by a number of developers from all over the world.
According to the latest rumors, both Evasi0n and Pangu jailbreak utilities have been recently nominated for 2014 Pwnie Awards. This award is presented to those developers and security researchers, who find bugs or important exploits in the software. This year’s award will be given to a developer (or the developers) that made some important discoveries in the period of the past twelve months.
Aside from iOS 8, Apple on Monday released OS X Yosemite Developer Preview 5. Just like the latest iOS 8 beta, the new version of the operating system for Macs contains a large number of improvements, important bug fixes and several new features.
The guys from Cupertino on Monday released the next iOS 8 beta to developers for testing. The release of the fifth beta-version comes two weeks after the release of the fourth beta, so we may assume that the work on the next-gen mobile operating system continues at a normal pace.
Apple has seeded the very first beta of its OS X Mavericks 10.9.5 to registered developers for testing. At first glance, it seems as if the new version of the operating system for Mac contains nothing new apart from the usual bug fixes, stability and performance improvements. To be honest, there’s indeed nothing new.
Apple has recently released the first public beta of OS X Yosemite 10.10. The pre-release version of the operating system for Macs is available for the first million of users who have registered as a beta-tester on Apple’s official website.
Apple has recently seeded OS X Yosemite Developer Preview 3 to developers for testing. The new version of the operating system for Macs contains a number of new features, bug fixes and stability improvements.
Apple on Monday officially released OS X Mavericks 10.9.4. The new version of the operating system for Macs contains a number of important improvements and bug fixes. OS X Mavericks 10.9.4 is recommended for all users since “it improves the stability, compatibility, and security” of the computer.
Apple has released iOS 7.1.2 to users worldwide. This iOS version contains a number of important enhancements, new features and bug fixes. iOS 7.1.2 is compatible with Apple's iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
UPDATE: Works on iOS 7.1.2 as well.
The Pangu team has updated iOS 7.1.1 untethered jailbreak utility to version 1.1.0. They added support for Mac OS X and English version, fixed several bugs (including boot loop bug) and removed the ability to install pirate appstore (PPSync) from English version. Unfortunately to jailbreak community they also used another new exploit instead of i0n1c's one used in v.1.0. This is no good, since Apple might both in iOS 8 or even iOS 7.1.2.
According to the latest rumors, Apple won’t seed iOS 8 Beta 3 to developers for testing until July 8th. As you probably know, the guys from Cupertino are used to seeding new major betas once in two or three weeks. Keeping in mind the fact that the second iOS 8 beta was released last week, we may assume that the third pre-release version of Apple’s mobile operating system will be unveiled at the beginning of July.