While a lot of jailbreak tweaks are simple extensions, there are also several larger tweaks that deliver useful functionality on iOS devices. EqualizerEverywhere is a brand new jailbreak tweak that fits the bill, adding a systemwide equalizer on iPhone. Read ahead for a detailed explanation of how the tweak works.
Fantastical 2 has quickly grown to become one of the most popular calendar replacement applications on iOS, and now with its newest update, it brings plenty of new worthwhile features to make using it easier, and better, than ever before.
OS X Yosemite reportedly launching in late October, 12-inch Retina MacBook and 4K desktop also rumored
The 12-inch Retina MacBook is one of the biggest unicorns Apple has at this point, and unlike the iPhone 6 hasn’t been besieged by a series of leaks. A new report suggests that Apple could be gearing up to launch it soon, along with a 4K desktop display or iMac. Plans for OS X Yosemite have also been divulged.
In May of this year, Foursquare officially announced that they’d be making some changes to their check-in app, in that they were moving the action of actually checking in into another app, called Swarm. Now, some more changes are in store for the app, with a bigger focus on discovery.
Apple reportedly planning mid-September launch for 4.7-inch iPhone 6, 5.5-inch model still up in the air
We’re back with another edition of our Wallpaper Wednesday roundup, which we reintroduced because of popular demand. In the past few weeks, we highlighted 5 Mario-themed wallpapers and 5 Pokemon-themed wallpapers for iPhone and iPod touch. This time around, sticking with the same topic, we have 5 Nintendo-themed wallpapers to share.
Following the release of iOS 8 beta 4 a few days ago, a new BGR report claims that the release date for iOS 8 beta 5 is slated for August 4th. Apple will then follow up with the release of iOS 8 beta 6 on August 15th, as the beta testing cycle begins coming to a close. A long wait is then expected until the final iOS 8 GM version arrives.
Sony has announced plans to invest 35 billion yen ($345 million) towards increasing production of image sensors for smartphones and tablets, in an effort to receive more orders from handset makers for front-facing camera sensors. Sony currently provides Apple with sensors for the rear-facing camera on the iPhone.