Apple’s all set to release iOS 8, the biggest ever update to iOS tomorrow, September 17th. While the release contains a number of features that have been inspired from jailbreak apps and tweaks, there’ll still be a number of reasons you would want to jailbreak iOS 8.
Dating all the way back to November, 2012, Apple was hit with a $368.2 million judgment in their case against VirnetX, dealing with VPN and how Apple handled it for FaceTime and other areas. Now, almost two years later, that judgment has been tossed out.
In less than 24 hours from now, Apple will release iOS 8, its next generation mobile operating system for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
One of the most exciting additions to Apple’s iOS 8 is the ability to add Extensions within the platform, extending the options of many apps. Now, Microsoft has unveiled their own efforts to expand their popular note-taking app, OneNote.
With less than three days until the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus launch at Apple Stores in several countries, the Cupertino-based company’s internal retail plans for the eventful day have leaked ahead of time. In a nutshell, the iPhone maker is going to great lengths to ensure that the launch day goes as smooth as possible. Read ahead for the details.
When Apple unveiled the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus at the Flint Center last week, the smartphones were everything but a surprise. In the months preceding the announcement, the rumor mill had leaked a seemingly endless barrage of parts and components for the iPhone 6. In fact, at one point, even a video of a fully functioning iPhone 6 surfaced.