Filed under Bluetooth pairing, iOS
Compatible with iOS 4.2, 5, 6 and 7
Bluetooth OBEX File Sharing for your iOS devices.
1. Zero configuration
2. Native Bluetooth pairing, do not have to re-pair your device when using iOS native Bluetooth
3. High speed Bluetooth transimision, up to 1.7 MB/s
4. Automatically shutdown Bluetooth when transmission done to save power
5. Transfer files over WiFi connection, it's possible to transfer a video file in a few seconds (iOS to iOS)
6. Automatically create a WiFi hotspot for transmission when no WiFi available (iOS to iOS, large file)
7. Send from Notes/Photos/Videos... continue reading »
Filed under Apple, ios 7.1 beta 3
Evasi0n, the jailbreak utility for iOS 7 (including beta 1 and beta 2) is rumored to be patched before the final iOS 7.1 release.
When Apple released iOS 7.1 beta 3 earlier today, many of you were wondering if they had patched evasi0n7. The good news is that Apple has not patched evasion7, according to iH8sn0w -- therefore the jailbreak still works on beta 3. Although evasi0n has not been updated to support beta 3, there are some unofficial builds floating around that do support it.
While Apple has not patched the exploits evasi0n7 uses in 7.1 beta 3, it is likely that by the final release... continue reading »
Filed under beta build, iOS, ios 7.1 beta 3
iOS 7 beta 3 has just been seeded to developers for testing. The previous beta build was 11D5115d and it was released December 13.
We're downloading now to discover what other features have been introduced in 7.1 beta 3, but if you spot anything please let us know in the comments below!
You can grab the update via OTA or the iOS Developer Center here.
● New keyboard
● Entirely new phone call screens
● Slightly darker Phone, Messages, and FaceTime icons
● The ability to turn motion off when setting a new wallpaper
● Repeat and shuffle buttons are... continue reading »
Filed under iPhone introduction
Seven years ago Steve Jobs introduced the original iPhone, changing the phone and the industry forever. On January 9, 2007, after years of rumors and speculation, the iPhone was announced finally announced at the keynote address at the Macworld conference.
"I have been looking forward to this for two and a half years" Jobs said. Today, "Apple is going to reinvent the phone." The phone was locked to AT&T, had only 2G EDGE Service, and launched June 29, 2007. Many stores sold out within minutes even at the price point $499 for the 4GB version and $599 for the 8GB version. It would later reach... continue reading »
Filed under iWatch, iWatch [C], iWatch [S]
Concept designer Martin Hajek has posted new iWatch and iWatch concepts. Both feature a new clock face and of course the iWatch has a plastic band.
Nobody knows what the iWatch will look like, not even the infamous Sonny Dickson has leaked any parts yet everyone knows about the production problems which Apple purportedly is facing. All I do know for sure is that I had little problems visualizing the iWatch and iWatch on a wrist.
Take a look at the concepts below. Both 3D models are available for purchase.
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Filed under button shapes, design evolution, iOS, iOS 7
Sentry, the designer behind the popular Auxo tweak, has posted a set of images that show the design evolution of iOS 7's phone app.
Notice how visual affordances, iconography & button shapes inched their way back in…
We posted on some of the changes in iOS 7.1 beta 3 earlier today. Including a new power off slider.
What do you think of Apple's design progression? Is the design moving forward or backwards? Let us know in the comments! continue reading »
Filed under exploit, jailbreak
A leaked audio tape of geohot, a popular hacker, trying to sell a jailbreak for iOS 7 has surfaced online.
Geohot says in the audio clip that he found an exploit to go from mobile to root.
"There is a trick to get out of the sandbox as the root. So then I root out of the sandbox and once I root out of the sandbox, I have a kernel exploit. Which is, it's Josh's vulnerability. You know there's a big difference between a vulnerability and an exploit. It's a nice vulnerability."
You can't use the kernel exploit without an ASLR defeat. And Geohot said he had an exploit for that too.
At the time,... continue reading »
Filed under iOS 7, TaiG
The Evad3rs have posted an update to the evasi0n7 privacy concerns, as well as denying any payment received from TaiG.
The evad3rs first address any concerns over user's privacy and data, specifically, what the TaiG app did when installed on user's devices. Additionally, they assured uses that no TaiG software was installed unless the user's language was set to Chinese.
Privacy and Taig
First and foremost, and of utmost concern, is privacy. No one's data was ever sent anywhere. Of course, as a member of the community whose work frees devices, it would be against everything we've worked... continue reading »
Filed under iOS 6 untethered jailbreak, ios 6.1.3, ios 6.1.4, ios 6.1.5, jailbreak, Untethered jailbreak
After the hot news we've got for you yesterday about iOS 7 untethered jailbreak which called Evasi0n7, it is time for iOS 6 users to enjoy..Guys who still prefer to stay on older firmware and they don't want to update their devices to iOS 7 for some reasons, we've got an untethered jailbreak for your device running on iOS 6.1.3-iOS 6.1.5.
iOS 6 untethered jailbreak is called P0sixspwn in Cydia store, and it is a simple package that allows you to convert a tethered jailbreak into an untethered one. This means that if you’re currently jailbroken on one of the aforementioned devices using a... continue reading »
Filed under How to Jailbreak Your iPhone, iphone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPhone 5C, iPhone 5S, jailbreak, Tutorial, Video Instructions
These are video instructions on how to jailbreak your iPhone 5s, 5c, 5, 4s, 4 on iOS 7 using evasi0n for Windows.
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The tutorial is produced by iclarified.com: continue reading »