A new jailbreak tweak by the name of Notific8 has been released, which claims to bring the look and functionality of the iOS 8 beta lock screen to your jailbroken iOS 7 device. There are definitely some improvements in iOS 8, and this tweak will give you an early look before the arrival of iOS 8 later this year.
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The Pangu jailbreak was released yesterday, but there are certainly some tweaks that are broken due to the fact that it is made for use with iOS 7.1. One of those tweaks is AppList, a utility used within countless other jailbreak tweaks, but Ryan Petrich has already released an update on his personal Cydia repository that makes it compatible with iOS 7.1.X.
The Pangu jailbreak that was released yesterday is only currently available for Windows. But the team behind it has taken to their Weibo (a Chinese microblogging service like Twitter) account to let us know that not only is it coming to Mac, but it’s coming to Linux as well. Additionally, it appears the team is working on English versions of the tools as well.
A new survey conducted by RBC Capital Markets shows that demand for Apple’s larger-screen iPhone 6 is as strong as ever. The survey, which covered 4,000 people intending to purchase a new phone in the next 3 months, shows that nearly 50% intend on purchasing an iPhone. But even more interesting is that around 25% of would be willing to pay $100 more for a larger screen.
The Pangu jailbreak for iOS 7.1.X was released today, but with it came a little mysterious checkbox that does what we’ve found to be some potentially harmful things — besides the fact that checking the box will install an app for downloading pirated apps.
Microsoft has now opened up a promotion that offers you, the trust owner of a MacBook Air laptop, up to $650 in trade-in credit towards their own tablet-laptop hybrid — the Surface Pro 3.
To everyone’s surprise, and as we reported first, the Pangu jailbreak for iOS 7.1.X was released earlier today courtesy of a mysterious team of Chinese jailbreak developers. But the jailbreak’s GUI is in Chinese and can be quite confusing for many, so here’s a look at exactly how to use Pangu to jailbreak your iOS device.
A group of Chinese hackers calling themselves “Pangu” have just released what they’re claiming is an iOS 7.1.1 jailbreak, and this time it looks like we might have a bit of evidence that it could be legitimate. (Update: reports are streaming in that the jailbreak does indeed successfully install Cydia on iOS 7.1.X devices.)