Few days back, Facebook released a major update to its iOS app, which included number of new features such as the iconic Chat Heads from Facebook Home for Android.
We’ve some great news for Auxo fans who have been eagerly waiting for the jailbreak tweak to be released for the iPad.
A3tweaks, developers of Auxo – the awesome replacement for the iOS app switcher and one of the most popular jailbreak tweaks for the iPhone, have just tweeted that the iPad version will be released next month.
If you’ve launched Cydia in the last 24 hours then you may have noticed that the message which read “See TSS Center (below) to request iOS SHSH” and a new TSS Center.
If you’re wondering what happened to the iOS 6 – iOS 6.1.2 SHSH files that were automatically saved on Cydia, Jay Freeman aka saurik, founder of Cydia has written a long article explaining what exactly happened to them.
Since the inception of the iPhone, the stock OS has been relatively unchanged in regards to how it looks. But that hasn’t stopped designers, and devs alike from re-creating the look and feel of their own UI and icons. The only problem for the most part, is they actually make the experience more difficult to use. Many themes slap the name of the designer all over it or make the icons way to similar which degrades the experience. For this reason I think Apple has truly done a great job with iOS.
Apple released the iOS 6.1.3 software update on March 19th. It fixed the Lock screen bug and brought improvements to Maps app for Japanese users.
With the release of iOS 6.1.3, Apple killed the evasi0n jailbreak by fixing several vulnerabilities, which were used by the evad3rs team.
evad3rs team have been relatively quite about the possibility of releasing a jailbreak for iOS 6.1.3, except for saying that there is at least one vulnerability that was used by evasi0n that hasn’t been patched.