Apple recently sent users iOS 8.1.2 update earlier this week. This update brings fixes to some issues which were introduced in the latest iOS, like the missing ringtones in the Apple devices after they were purchased from the iTunes Store.
Jailbreaking an iPhone is pretty much fine and legal in the U.S., but Apple has always made it known that they clearly stand against it. There has been some recent reports that are saying Apple is recommending users not to ‘Jailbreak’, and simply warning users that it may void your warranty, some say you can’t criticize or come down on Apple for this policy because it makes lots of sense.
Now that iPhone users can jailbreak their devices, they can get new tweaks for their jailbroken devices. This means that, all the things that you might not like, you can simply change with a simple cool jailbreak tweak. And this new tweak that had rolled around is called ‘ForceGoodFit’. ForceGoodFit makes any ‘Un-Fit’ app adjust to your brand new handset, without having to wait for a new update for that specific app.
That is right, a 1.1 update version of Pangu’s Jailbreak is here for Windows. This version, is said to be complete with a bundle of Cydia installation and English text. This all new jailbreak not only works for the iPhone 6 but the iPhone 6 Plus. There are also a few differences in some of the screens that you’ll encounter during the jailbreak process, but don’t worry, there are some steps to guide you along the way.
AppControl is a new jailbreak tweak that allows you to solve volume and brightness controls for individual apps, which is all in one panel screen.
Want a better or new functional support for your iOS Wi-Fi preference? Well there is a new jailbreak tweak that is out called BetterWiFi 7.
The latest update for Evad3r’s Evasi0n jailbreak has been updated to version 1.5.1 to work in conjunction with iOS version 6.1.2.
The long anticipated iOS 6 untethered jailbreak is now 91% complete. The evasi0n website has been updated, the team has now completed testing and is doing final preparations to release the tool. Although the rumor-mill kept pointing at a Sunday release date, that is not going to be the case.
The Evasi0n website has been updated once more, it is now at 85%, the team has completed the first major round of testing with the Windows and Mac OSX tool. The team has been making a lot of progress with the jailbreak but they still have some more testing to go.
The “evasi0n” website has been updated once more. The tool is now 75% complete and is currently being beta tested privately by members of the “evad3rs” team. Although the Windows and MAC OSX version are complete, the Linux version is still being worked on.