Posts tagged jailbreak
With the release of iOS 7.1, the popular Jailbreak tool Evasi0n was rendered useless. Apple patched up loopholes in its OS that allowed users to earlier use Evasi0n and exploit their devices to run unsigned code. Read More
Google released a developer’s version of Google Glass to App developers last week (it is set to be released to the public some time in 2014), and just a few days later the device has already been hacked. Well-known “jailbreaker” Jay Freeman who has the nickname “Saurik” in the hacker circles announced via a Twitter post last Friday that he has hacked his device. Jailbreaking is a term used by hackers to describe hacking into the root software of the device and modifying it to circumvent most manufacturer restrictions. Read More
Today, a new App made its debut on the Apple App Store that allows you to hide Apple native Apps that earlier required a jailbreak. But this App won’t last long on the App Store, so make sure you get it as soon as you can. With HiddenApps, just select the Apps that you wish to hide and let the App do the trick. Read More
It is now confirmed that the untethered iOS 6 jailbreak will be coming tomorrow. The Evad3rs have officially announced (via Twitter) that the iOS 6 untethered jailbreak will be released Feb. 4, 2013. Their website now confirms that 91% of the development and testing has been performed and by tomorrow, the jailbreak should be ready to hit iOS devices globally. Read More
As most of you know there has been an unlock for the newer iPhone 4S in the form or a Gevey Ultra S sSIM for a while now, but for users with an iPhone 4 that updated to the latest 5.1.1 version there was no unlock solution available until now. Read More
For quite some time now, renowned iPhone/iPad/iPod hacker, @pod2g has been working on a jailbreak solution for the iPhone 4S, the new iPad, and some other devices on iOS 5.1. Now, with a video uploaded by him as proof, pod2g, is much closer to publicly releasing this jailbreak solution. Read More
Along with a few other airlines around the world, Qantas has decided to introduce its ‘Q-Streaming’ in flight entertainment system. This feature will be issued to all economy and business class passengers. This will all be put into action on one of their Boeing 767 planes. It will be firstly introduced onto the shorter flights, Sydney-Melbourne-Brisbane will be one of the routes that will be trying out the new in flight entertainment from Qantas.
Windows users rejoice! The jailbreak “dream team” have released a windows version of their absolutely remarkable Absinthe tool that helps iPhone 4S and iPad 2 users.