With iOS 14 now out for nearly a week, now is a good time to assess what impact the update has had on the battery life of your iPhone.
When Apple announced the Apple Watch Series 6 last week, it also debuted new watch bands including the Solo Loop and Braided Solo Loop. These bands do not feature any clasps and instead requires users to slip it on their wrists.
The Checkra1n team has updated their jailbreak tool with preliminary support for iOS 14. Checkra1n uses a bootrom exploit for jailbreaking iPhone X and older devices so it was expected to be among the first jailbreak tools to be updated to support iOS 14. However, no one really expected an iOS 14 jailbreak to be available within a week of the OS being released to the public. If you are looking to jailbreak your iPhone running iOS 14 using checkra1n, follow this guide.
During the pandemic, technology has certainly been a blessing. It has helped us stay connected, while also letting us keep doing our jobs. And fortunately there are more and more apps popping up making our lives easier, and we’ve rounded up some of the best helpful apps on the iPhone Hacks Deals Hub to save you time, money and sanity during this unprecedented time.
Google has updated Gmail for iOS and iPadOS with the ability to set it as the default email client.
Liked a video you came across on Facebook or Twitter that you want to share with your friends or family? The problem is that Facebook and Twitter do not allow you to download videos and GIFs uploaded by other users due to copyright reasons. Enter a third-party solution called SnapDownloader that allows you to download videos from various sites including Facebook and Twitter.
Last week, Apple released the Apple Watch Series 6 alongside the new iPad. The latest Apple Watch Series 6 arrives with a slew of new features like the blood oxygen sensor, sleep tracker, and brighter display. The folks at iFixit have gotten their hands on Apple Watch Series 6, and the teardown reveals some interesting aspects such as a larger battery, VO2 sensor, and sleeker design.
It’s been less than a week since Apple released the iOS 14 to the public, and the adoption rate has already skyrocketed. Mixpanel, a mobile analytics company, says that iOS 14 (including iOS 14) has achieved adoption of 26 percent across iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
iOS 14 introduced detail-rich and resizable widgets that not only work in Today View but also within the Home screen itself. Now that the stable iOS 14 release is out, we are starting to see lots of third-party apps either updating their old widgets or introducing widget support for the very first time. If you hate rummaging through the App Store looking for third-party apps with top-notch widget support, do not worry — we’ve done the hard work for you.