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News about jailbreaking.
According to MuscleNerd, an infamous developer well known in the jailbreaking community, the new iPad 3 has been jailbroken “within hours” of its release.
MuscleNerd posted screenshots (below) on the popular Apple discussion forum iFans of a reportedly jailbroken iPad 3 running Cydia. However, according to MuscleNerd, the jailbreak is far from completed and [...]Read More →
On January 18, 2012 By Charles Tian
One of the biggest problems with Apple is also one of the reasons why their products are often the most hyped: the constant stream of new devices, promising better functionality, more features, faster speeds, etc… However, not everything has the resources (or wants to) continually upgrade to the latest version of the iPhone, iPad, etc. Previously, sticking with older devices would only mean watching your iOS firmware slowly become deprecated and obsolete. Now, however, a new innovative solution called Whited00r promises to introduce new iOS features, including app folders, multitasking, etc, to older devices.Read More →
On January 18, 2012 By Charles Tian
Adam Bell, a developer of apps and tweaks for the iOS platform, has just come out with his latest Cydia tweak; dubbed Coverflow, it allows you to scroll through the icons on your iPhone or iPod dock as if you were scrolling through the landscape view in the Music or iPod app. Below is a preview of the tweak in action.Read More →
On August 25, 2011 By Jimmy Xiao
In the history of computers, there have been many cases when large corporations have hired famous hackers in a paradoxical appreciation of their talents.
The newest case is with Apple’s hiring of Comex – who’s real name was discovered to be Nicholas Allegra.This was the man that started the well-known JailbreakMe site; a website that allows users to quickly and easily jailbreak their iOS devices.Read More →
On August 22, 2011 By Charles Tian
Get ready, Windows users. If you have an iPod Touch, iPhone or iPad running the latest beta of iOS 5, beta 6, then you’re in luck. A sn0wbreeze jailbreak for the firmware was just recently released, that won’t compromise your baseband. According to TUAW, “the tethered jailbreak supports the iPhone 3GS (with new bootrom), iPhone [...]Read More →
On August 10, 2011 By Charles Tian
When it comes to hiding their “hidden” features, Facebook doesn’t exactly do the best job in the world. Just a few weeks ago, it was uncovered that an iPad version of the Facebook app was actually hiding within the latest app update. Now, with the company’s new Messenger app, we have unveiled yet another hidden feature: a video component to the app. A simple look at the app under the jailbroken “Finder”-style Cydia app shows the feature. Screenshots below.Read More →
On August 4, 2011 By Matthew Dias
On August 11th, AT&T will finally do away with unauthorized Wi-fi hotspot tethering on jailbroken iPhones. A while back, AT&T started sending emails and text messages to users of jailbreak apps like MyWi and PDANet, threatening to automatically give them a $45 tethering plan if the tethering activity continued.Read More →
Just recently, we did an article talking about how iOS 4.3.4 closed a loophole used by hackers to jailbreak iOS 4.3.3 devices through the popular jailbreak, JailbreakMe. iOS 4.3.4 plugged up a PDF hole that hackers had used to Jailbreak.
However, recently hackers have already found another way around to jailbreak all devices other than the iPad 2.
So, this means that we can once again happily jailbreak our iOS devices.Read More →