For fans of emulators, which allow people to play old-school games from consoles like the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES), the Game Boy Advance or Super NES on their iPhone or iPad, the end of your favorite gaming pastime on a mobile device may be coming to an end if you don’t like jailbreaking your gadgets.
iOS 8.1, iOS 8.1.1, iOS 8.1.2, iOS 8.1.3 Features, Problems, News & Tips
Apple reportedly killing off ‘Date Trick’ in iOS 8.1, could mean the end of emulators without jailbreak
Apple has just released iOS 8.1 beta 2 (build number 12B407) to registered developers of the iOS developer program.
In mid-September it was revealed that the Continuity featured tied to SMS Forwarding would be “delayed” until October. The reason was pretty obvious: a lack of OS X Yosemite for public consumption.
Apple seeded the first iOS 8.1 beta to registered developers earlier this week with a number of changes including a hidden settings for Apple Pay, Apple’s NFC based mobile payments service that was announced at the iPhone 6 event.
Just a few hours ago, Apple seeded the first iOS 8.1 beta to registered developers for testing on compatible iPhone, iPad and iPod touch models. The pre-release software update contains a number of changes that we’ve outlined ahead. We’ll be keeping this post updated with any other new features and improvements as we uncover them.
Following a report earlier this morning claiming that iOS 8.1, iOS 8.2 and iOS 8.3 were currently being tested, perhaps indicating a faster software update cycle, Apple has seeded the first iOS 8.1 beta (build number: 12B401) to registered developers for testing. The pre-release software update is available for download through Developer Center for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and Apple TV, accompanied by a build number of 12B401.
On Wednesday, September 17, Apple officially released iOS 8 to the public. It would be just over a week later that they’d release iOS 8.0.1, break crucial features like the cellular connection in iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus devices, and need to release a subsequent software update soon after. Now, a new report has surfaced that suggests Apple could be changing up the way they handle software updates.