Tag Archives: iOS

Apple rolls out iOS 8.2 beta 3

Just over a week after iOS 8.2 beta 2, Apple has made beta 3 available to iOS developers. Much like beta 2, the latest update mainly fixes some more bugs in preparation for a public launch in 2015, which will coincide with the release of the Apple Watch. The update was first made available over-the-air, but is now on Apple’s Dev Center website for…

Best Apps of 2014: Utilities

This post is part of our “Best Apps of 2014″ series! The series highlights the finest apps of the year — either released in 2014 or heavily updated. You can follow along with all entries in the series HERE. We’re approaching the end of the year, so what better time to bring together all of the best apps from the last twelve months? We’ve…

iOS 8.1.2 jailbroken, TaiG updated to version 1.2

With the public release of iOS 8.1.2 yesterday, the jailbreak community waited with baited breath to see if the new update rendered the popular TaiG iOS 8.0-8.1.1 jailbreak tool useless. As expected by many prominent members of the community, the vulnerability exploited within iOS 8.1.1 is still present in iOS 8.1.2 so the TaiG tool is unaffected. The…

Apple releases iOS 8.1.2, fixes disappearing ringtone bug

Apple has today released iOS 8.1.2 to the public bringing with it bug fixes and addressing an issue where users’ ringtones purchased through iTunes were inexplicably removed from their iOS device. With the update, Apple is also advising those who have lost ringtones to visit iTunes.com/restore-tones. Unlike iOS 8.1.1 that preceded it, iOS 8.1.2…

TaiG jailbreak tool for iOS 8.1.1 now available in English

TaiG has launched an English version of its jailbreaking tool for iOS 8.0-8.1.1 as well as updating its website for English-speaking users. Previously, the tool was only available in Chinese which put off a number of would-be jailbreakers from taking advantage of the utility. Available at tag.com/en, the new site, download links, tutorial and…

How the Apple Watch may improve future iPhones

With each generation of devices, Apple makes improvements in one way or another. Whether it’s a complete redesign or simply an “s-cycle” release, there is always some kind of technology that can either be improved or added to a new release. Apple is also fortunate to have several popular device lines that can learn from each other. In fact, the original…