Jimmy Fallon hands out iPad Air 2 units to ‘Tonight Show’ audience

Jimmy Fallon hands out iPad Air 2 units to ‘Tonight Show’ audience

On Wednesday night, during the taping of the latest episode of THE TONIGHT SHOW STARRING JIMMY FALLON, the audience was gifted a very nice surprise.

You can no longer downgrade from iOS 8.1.2 to iOS 8.1.1

You can no longer downgrade from iOS 8.1.2 to iOS 8.1.1

Apple has stopped signing iOS 8.1.1 firmware file, so it won’t be possible to downgrade from iOS 8.1.2 to iOS 8.1.1.

Apple had released iOS 8.1.1 last month, and released iOS 8.1.2 just last week.

Hyundai to showcase ‘Display Audio’ infotainment system with CarPlay integration at CES 2015

Hyundai to showcase ‘Display Audio’ infotainment system with CarPlay integration at CES 2015

Hyundai has announced via a press release that it will be displaying its new in-car audio system at CES 2015 that will support CarPlay as well as Android Auto. These new infotainment unit from the car maker will be offered in selected 2016 models of its vehicles. 

Phone Breaker can now access iCloud accounts with two-factor authentication enabled

Phone Breaker can now access iCloud accounts with two-factor authentication enabled

Elcomsoft has updated its Phone Breaker software that allows it to bypass iCloud accounts even with two-factor authentication enabled. The update for the app makes it compatible with iOS 8.1 and allows it to extract all your data stored in iCloud including your documents stored in iWork, your Whatsapp chat log, third party app data and more. 

Enter for Your Chance to Win an Apple Watch in this Giveaway [Deals Hub]

Enter for Your Chance to Win an Apple Watch in this Giveaway [Deals Hub]

How excited are you to get your hands—and wrist—on the all new Apple Watch? If you haven’t bought into the smartwatch or wearable trend yet, Apple’s newest product may be the one that makes you get on board. If you want to get the Apple Watch without dropping the cash for it, then enter for a chance to win the upcoming smartwatch now in the iPhone Hacks Deals Hub.

App prices on the App Store to possibly increase from January 1, 2015 because of new EU VAT laws

App prices on the App Store to possibly increase from January 1, 2015 because of new EU VAT laws

Apple has sent out emails to app developers informing them about the change in VAT rates that will be applicable from January 1, 2015. The change is likely to force app developers to raise the prices of their apps. 

Apple raised more than $20 million from (Product) Red Holiday campaign

Apple raised more than $20 million from (Product) Red Holiday campaign

During the Holiday shopping season this year, Apple ran a (RED) promotion under which it launched many (RED) branded products, and also announced that it would be donating a portion of its online and retail sales from November 28 to December 1. 

Job listing hints at Apple’s plan to expand Apple Pay to Europe, Middle East, India and Africa

Job listing hints at Apple’s plan to expand Apple Pay to Europe, Middle East, India and Africa

While Apple Pay is available only in the United States currently, Apple has already confirmed that it is working on bringing its mobile payment service to other regions of the world as well. According to a new job listing on Apple’s website, the company intends to expand Apple Pay across Europe, Middle East, India and Africa.

iMods: Hands-on video of upcoming Jailbreak Store for iPhone and iPad

iMods: Hands-on video of upcoming Jailbreak Store for iPhone and iPad

Cydia is the cornerstone of all things jailbreak. There’s no denying that. Every year when a new iPhone comes out or a new iOS, we wait with bated breath to see someone post a video or a blog post with that brown icon in the thumbnail telling us that we can jailbreak. Maybe that never changes. Maybe Cydia is so rooted into the jailbreak community that it’s loyal followers will never stray from the beaten path. But, iMods, a brand new jailbreak store, is willing to find out.

Judge rules against media requests for Steve Jobs video deposition

Judge rules against media requests for Steve Jobs video deposition

One of the main aspects of the legal issues regarding iPod DRM case was a video deposition with Steve Jobs, which media outlets wanted to showcase.