As expected, Apple has just released iOS 6.1.2 (build 10B147) for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
It fixes the Exchange Calendar bug that was reported few days back.
If you’re a developer and have installed iOS 6.1 beta 5 on your iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS or iPod touch 4G that was seeded just few hours back, then the good news is that just like the previous beta versions, you can use Redsn0w to jailbreak your device.
If you’re a developer and have installed iOS 6.1 beta 4 on your iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS or iPod touch 4G that was seeded few days back, then the good news is that you can use Redsn0w to jailbreak your device.
Thanks to this job, last month I made the jump from an iPhone 4 to an iPhone 5. My iPhone 4 was feeling tired. The home button was getting a bit testy (I swear they should last longer than a couple years given all the tapping and double-tapping we have to do using iOS) and I was dying for the better 8MP, backside illuminated, awesome camera that was first introduced in the iPhone 4S. I didn’t, however, realize how much I would enjoy the larger screen, how light the iPhone 5 is, its huge performance boost, and the convenience (and speed) of the lightning connector. Yes, after a month into using it, the iPhone 5 is everything people have made it out to be and more.
iPhone Dev team released a new version of Redsn0w over the weekend, which makes it a lot easier to downgrade pre-A5 devices such as iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS and iPod touch 2G from iOS 6.0 to iOS 5.x.x using the direct restore option.
iPhone Dev team has just released Redsn0w 0.9.15b3 that makes it a lot easier to jailbreak iPhone 4 and iPhone 3GS, as you don’t need to go through the hassle of installing Cydia manually.