30 October 2014

Cydia updated to v1.1.15 with iCleaner fix, landscape mode for iPad and iPhone 6 Plus only and more


Soon after releasing Cydia 1.1.14, saurik has quickly issued another update to the Installer, fixing a bug with cache cleaning apps like iCleaner, restricting rotation only on iPad and iPhone 6 Plus and a change to the Installed tab icon.

Here are the full release notes:


  • Fix incompatibility with cache wipers (such as iCleaner) that cause Cydia to crash when you try to run it after.
  • Correct rotation to only on tablets to match Apple’s UI style guidelines.
  • Make Installed tab icon consistent.
  • The previous Cydia update added iPhone 6 support, multitasking support, and fixed a passcode issue with Pangu.


You can update to the new version by opening Cydia, tapping on the Changes tab, and tapping on upgrade. If you have not jailbreoken your device in ios 8.x.x yet, then jailbreak now using pangu app.
link:

  • Jailbreak your iPhone,iPad,iPod in IOS 8.0 - 8.1.x


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29 October 2014

Speed up your Mac running OS X Yosemite in 8 Steps


OS X 10.10 Yosemite is the latest worlds most advanced operation system. Just few days back apple released it. OS X Yosemite comes with a lot of new features, including an all new design, improved Safari, Messages and Mail app, Continuity and more. If you feel that your Mac has become slower after updating to OS X Yosemite, here are some tips to speed it up.

1. Disable Transparency


Just like iOS, OS X Yosemite adds transparency to window bezels, that reveal a blurred view of the content beneath the window. Now while the latest Macs pull off this effect with no performance hit, older Macs might see some slow downs. The good news is you can disable transparency:

Open System Preferences by clicking on the  Apple menu > System Preferences.
Click on Accessibility and enable the “Reduce transparency” checkbox.
reduce transparency yosemite

2. Check Activity Monitor to find out apps slowing your Mac

Activity Monitor is a great tool to see how apps and processes are consuming your system resources like RAM, CPU, network etc. To open Activity Monitor, press ⌘ + Space to bring up Spotlight search, type in “Activity Monitor” and open the first result. Now see the CPU and Memory tabs to ensure that the infrequently used applications aren’t the top consumers. If so, just quit that application.

3. Reduce Auto start applications


There are many apps that startup when you login to your Mac. This not only slows up startup time, but could potentially continue consuming resources in the background, further deteriorating performance. You can check what opens at Login by going to System Preferences > Users and Groups > Login Items. Uncheck the items that you don’t think are necessary:

4. Restart your Mac

My MacBook goes without a proper shut down for weeks, and if I find that it becomes slow over time, I restart it, and almost always, the problem goes away. So if you feel that your Mac has become sluggish, try restarting it.

5. Speed Up Finder

Since a few releases, Finder now defaults to the “All My Files” window, that shows you all files on your Mac. While this might be useful, it also slows down Finder quite a bit. So you can change the default Finder window to your Home or Desktop folder.

Just open Finder, click on Finder > Preferences in the menu bar
Click on General.
Change the “New Finder windows show” setting to Desktop, Documents or your Home folder.
finder preferences

6. Clean Your Desktop

Although this isn’t likely to have a major impact on performance, but if your desktop is too cluttered with files and folders you don’t use often, try to move it from the Desktop folder to a different folder.

7. Free Up Disk Space

If you have less than a GB of space on your disk, it might be a good idea to clean it up, and delete files and applications you no longer need. If photos and videos are consuming a lot of space, you could move them to an external hard drive.

8. Clean Reinstall

If you’ve exhausted all options, then you could consider doing a clean reinstall of OS X Yosemite. This will help you to run your mac faster in OS X Yosemite.

Do you know, what now you can install ios 8.x.x unreleased beta versions in your iPhone/iPod/iPad ? Yes you can simply register your device udid to Apple Developer Program here and update to ios beta versions. This is activate your device in ios beta versions legitimately. You can stay more upgraded from anyone. If you are interested then you can register your iPhone/iPad/iPod to Apple Developer Account here.

Let us know how has your experience been after updating to OS X Yosemite.

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Here’s how to install the Apple Watch UI concept on your iPhone

Todays lets do something new with your jailbroken ios devices. I am about to guide you now on how to get the Apple Watch GUI on your iPhone right now, For doing this your device must be jaibroken and ruunning on is 8.
Thanks to developer Lucas Menge, who made the project open source, the code has been compiled and posted as a Cydia package. This means that everyone can now try out the Apple Watch UI concept on their iPhone. if you have not jailbroken yet, then follow our turtorial to jailbreak your device now. Click here to jailbreak ios 8.
Follow my written step by step guidelines for getting the Apple Watch UI theme on your iPhone.



  • Step 1: Open Cydia and tap on the Sources tab
  • Step 2: Tap Edit → Add, and type in the following repo address: “http://cydia.myrepospace.com/lamerz/” without quotes, then tap Add Source.
  • Step 3: Open the Lamerz source, and find the Apple Watch SpringBoard package. Install the package and reboot your device.
  • Step 4: Launch the “WatchSpringboard” app (it should be an app with no app icon) and you’ll see the Apple Watch SpringBoard concept.


Guys please be noted that, the concept is just that—a concept, a demo however it's not fully functional you can try it to get a new taste. Hence, launching apps doesn’t actually work (it just launches a dummy app). Nevertheless, this provides some great insight into how an alternative UI like the Apple Watch UI would work on a large screen device.

I have to say, I like it. It’s different, but with a little tweaking and modification with the additional real estate in mind, it would be very interesting. That said, there are definitely caveats, like app organization. I guess folders could still technically work. At any rate, it’s good for a nice discussion.

Apple is working on ios 8.2 versions, soon Apple will be releasing the ios 8.2 for developers, if you want to upgrade to ios 8.2 upcoming beta versions in your ios devices then register your iPhone/iPad/iPod to Apple Developer Account. This is allow you to access ios beta versions and activate your device in beta versions.

Anyways guys, i hope you enjoed the cydia t=theme of Apple watch. It;s pretty cool though i think. Have fun guys,. Stay always updated with the latest news of Apple and jailbreak stuffs. You can follow us on Twitter, add us to your circle on Google+ or like our Facebook page and subscribe to our Youtube Channel.

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24 October 2014

Saurik updates AFC2 for iOS 8 — iOS 8.1, giving Jailbreakers access to full filesystem over USB

AFC stands for “Apple File Conduit”, and is how computer applications such as iTunes and iPhoto can read and write files from your device over USB. Following the release of the Pangu 8 jailbreak for iOS 8 — iOS 8.1, saurik has been hard at work at updating Cydia and Substrate. We were quite surprised by how fast they were updated for iOS 8, but saurik today has updated another tweak, AFC2, for iOS 8 — iOS 8.1.

Do you know ? Apple is now working in ios 8.2 and ios 8.3 which is more improved than the current ios 8.1. Soon they will be releasing the beta version of the ios to developers. if you also want to update to the ios 8.2/8.3/8.x.x beta version into your iPhone then register your iPhone/iPad/iPod to Apple Developer Program, Click here to register your device to Apple Developer Account.




AFC2, or Apple File Conduit 2, allows jailbreakers access the full iOS filesystem over USB. Here’s the description of the package:
AFC stands for “Apple File Conduit”, and is how computer applications such as iTunes and iPhoto can read and write files from your device over USB.
AFC is “jailed”, and only allows access to “media” (such as photos, music, and data for apps from the App Store). This package creates a new service, “AFC2″, with full filesystem access.
If you use a USB device management tool, it might need AFC2 to fully work.
The modern jailbreaks don’t install AFC2 by default due to security concerns, but saurik points out this package is a lot more secure, as it works only with computers that are “trusted”.
So if you’re looking for full filesystem access on your Pangu jailbroken device then install Apple File Conduit “2” from Cydia, and let me know it goes. It is compatible with all iOS versions including iOS 8 — iOS 8.1.

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“iPhone for Life” program is expanded by USA Sprint Carrier.

Sprint unveiled a new program called “iPhone for Life” right after Apple officially introduced the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus to the world. Now they’re expanding the offer.

The idea behind the iPhone for Life program is a leasing option that lasts 24 months, and then gives the Sprint subscriber the ability to simply upgrade through another leasing plan to a new iPhone in two years. While upgrading every two years might be ideal for most, Sprint has caught on that new iPhones come out every year, and has decided to add another option for those lifers.
We are also offering factory unlock service for the sprint carrier.

Sprint on Friday, October 24, confirmed that they will be adding a 12-month leasing option for their iPhone for Life program. With the new program, getting an iPhone 6 will start at $30 per month, while an iPhone 6 Plus will start at $35 per month. The full pricing breakdown is just below.

Price list of Sprint carrier:

  • iPhone 6 16GB: $30 per month
  • iPhone 6 64GB: $35 per month
  • iPhone 6 128GB: $40 per month
  • iPhone 6 Plus 16GB: $35 per month
  • iPhone 6 Plus 64GB: $40 per month
  • iPhone 6 Plus 128GB: $45 per month


If an iPhone 6 or an iPhone 6 Plus is not something you want to use as your daily driver, and would prefer to go for the cheaper iPhone 5s, Sprint is adding that particular handset on November 14 as well. It will go for $18 per month for the 16GB model, but it will be only available for 24 months. The 32GB option will run you $21 per month for 24 months, while the 64GB option is $24 per month for 24 months. What you think guys ? Do you plan on taking advantage of this new leasing option?

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22 October 2014

How to untethered Jailbreak ios 8.0 / 8.1 / 8.1.x in your iPhone 6/6+/5s/5c/5/4s, iPod, iPad air 2

 The jailbreak tool, that we all were waiting for is now out. Yes, now you can jailbreak your device in ios 8.0 / 8.1 / 8.1.x in this compatible devices:
  • iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5 and iPhone 4s
  • iPad Air 2, iPad Air, iPad 4, iPad 3 and iPad 2
  • iPad mini 3, iPad mini 2, 1st gen iPad mini
  • 5th generation iPod touch
The Pangu team today released a jailbreak for all devices running iOS 8 and iOS 8.1 devices. There was just one thing missing in the jailbreak — Cydia. The good news is that saurik has quickly updated Cydia for iOS 8 and iOS 8.1, and made it available for manual download through his website. The Pangu team is expected to release an updated version of Pangu8, but if you can’t wait until then, here’s how to install Cydia the manual way.

The pangu tool is updated now. Now you can install cydia with one touch from the pangu app itself after the jailbreak. 

Ensure that your iOS 8 – iOS 8.1 device is jailbroken. You can follow our guide if you need help:

How to Jailbreak iOS 8.1 – iOS 8 using Pangu:


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Step 1: Perform a fresh restore of iOS 8.1 on your device with iTunes
Step 2: On your iOS device go to Settings → iCloud → Find My iPhone, and disable Find My iPhone
Step 3: On your iOS device Go to Settings → Passcode, and disable the Passcode Lock
Step 4: Install iTunes on your Windows machine, and ensure that iTunes recognizes your iOS device when you connect it to your computer. This is vital.
Step 5: Download the Pangu tool from our downloads page and save it to your desktop
Step 6: Right click on the Pangu tool, and select Run as administrator → Yes
Step 7: Uncheck the box on the Pangu tool to prevent necessary software from installing on your iOS device
Step 8: Wait until the Pangu tool recognizes your connected iOS device and click the blue jailbreak button
Step 9: Be patient as the jailbreak process completes, and then launch the Pangu app on your iPhone
Step 10: Check back for our Cydia installation tutorial to install Cydia and download tweaks and apps

Link: Download Pangu for ios 8.1

How to install cydia manually in your jailbroken device:

  • Step 1: Jailbreak iOS 8
  • Step 2: Open the pangu app.
  • Step 3: Click on Install Cydia
  • Step 4: Now respiring your device
  • Step 5: You will see cydia on your screen after the respiring.

Once the reboot is finished, you should see the Cydia icon on your Home screen. Launch Cydia to initialize and enjoy your new jailbroken iPhone with Cydia. What do you think? Did this work for you? How does it feel to have Cydia running on iOS 8.1? Let us know if you managed to install Cydia using this process.

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21 October 2014

Apple asking Developers that all new apps should support iOS 8 and 64-bit from February 1, 2015

In a new posting on its Developer portal, Apple has announced that it will be mandatory for all iOS apps to be built with iOS 8 SDK included in Xcode 6 or later along with 64-bit compatibility from 1st February, 2015.




The company’s move is a clear indication of its plan to shift to a 64-bit only iOS down the line. A 64-bit compatible will also be able to take better advantage of the A7 and A8 chips used by Apple and therefore deliver better performance.
Starting February 1, 2015, new iOS apps uploaded to the App Store must include 64-bit support and be built with the iOS 8 SDK, included in Xcode 6 or later. To enable 64-bit in your project, we recommend using the default Xcode build setting of “Standard architectures” to build a single binary with both 32-bit and 64-bit code.
The company recommends developers to use the “Standard architectures” setting in Xcode to automatically compile a single binary with support for both 32-bit and 64-bit version of iOS.

Apple has started working on the ios 8.2 beta and ios 8.3 beta's. if you want to install latest beta versions in your iPhone ipad iPad before it releases for the public the register your device to Apple Developer Program.


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How to send and receive iPhone text messages on your Mac


iOS 8.1 enables SMS Text Message Forwarding feature, a Continuity feature that lets you send and receive SMS messages on your Mac via your iPhone, even if the person you’re communication with does not have an iPhone. It is no longer limited to iMessages.

And regardless of which device they’ve, you will be able to reply to an SMS or MMS from your Mac or iPad. You can also initiate a  conversation by clicking a phone number in Safari, Contacts, or Calendar. Here’s how to enable the Text Message forwarding feature, so you can send and receive SMS and MMS messages on your Mac or iPad.



Requirements

  • Mac running OS X Yosemite
  • iPhone,ipod,iPad running ios 8.1



Setup


  • Launch the Settings app.
  • Scroll down and tap on Messages.
  • Then tap on Text Message Forwarding.



Note: If you don’t see the Text Message Forwarding option then it means that you haven’t added an email address along with your phone number for iMessage on your iPhone. Here’s how to enable the option.

Settings in Your iPhone:

Tap on Send & Receive and add an email address where you can be reached by iMessage in addition to the phone number. You will notice that there will be a section called Start New Conservations from. Note that the email address should be the same as the iCloud account (the one you’ve used to sign into iCloud on your Mac). Now go back to the previous Settings screen, and you should see the Text Message Forwarding option.


Settings in Your Mac:

Launch the Messages app, and go to Messages > Preferences. Click on the Accounts tab. Click on the iCloud email address from the list of accounts. Ensure that “Enable this account” has been selected. Also ensure that your iPhone’s phone number is ticked and iCloud email address is also selected. If your iCloud email address is not there in the list, then click on the + button to add it. You can now turn on the toggle for Text Message forwarding for devices such as your Mac, so they can send and receive text messages from these devices using your iPhone.




It will prompt you to enter the code shown on your Mac to allow iPhone text messages to also be sent and received on your Mac.

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20 October 2014

Apple releases ios 8.1 improving various features, fixing bugs and its faster than previous ios 8.0.2

As expected, Apple has just released iOS 8.1 for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. iOS 8.1 was in testing since late September, and Apple had seeded two beta versions for the update to developers. In short, of ios 8.1 for iPhone,iPad,iPad. If you would like to use pre-released versions of iPhone,iPad,iPod then register your device to Apple Developer Program, it will allow you to update to any beta versions legitimately.


 It includes a number of improvements and enables new iOS 8 features that were announced by Apple at WWDC Keynote in June such as SMS Relay, enables Apple’s NFC based Apply Pay mobile payment service, iCloud Photo Library in beta, and restores the Camera roll. Here’s the complete list of new features, improvements and fixes in iOS 8.1 as per the release notes, you can download ios 8.1 full version from our website also. Download links are given.




iOS 8.1 supported devices:

  • iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5 and iPhone 4s
  • iPad Air, iPad 4, iPad 3 and iPad 2
  • Retina iPad mini, 1st gen iPad mini
  • 5th generation iPod touch

The update is available as an OTA download for these devices currently. We’ll update the post with direct download links for iOS 8.1 as soon as they’re available.

The SMS Relay feature is part of iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite’s Continuity feature, which allows you to send SMS messages from your iPad, iPod touch or Mac using your iPhone.
Few days back, Apple was working on the ios 8.1 beta 2, today Apple finally released the full versioniOS 8.1 also enables Apple Pay, Apple’s mobile payments system on the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3 (whenever they go on sale). The feature is built within Passbook, and authorizes your purchases with the Touch ID fingerprint sensor. You’ll be able to start paying at over 220,000 stores such as McDonald’s with your iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. You will also be able to make payments within apps that add support for Apple Pay using Touch ID on your iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3.

Let us know if you’ve found any other changes or improvements in iOS 8.1 in the comments below.
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18 October 2014

iCloud Photos is now available for iOS 8.1 beta users

Ahead of October 20’s public launch of iOS 8.1, Apple has released iCloud Photos to users running the iOS 8.1 beta on their devices. Qualifying accounts will be able to access iCloud Photos to view their iCloud Photo Library on the web through the beta version of iCloud.com.

We just love new ios firmwares. To be honest, and from my own feelings i can say that - New ios gives a new life and new look feeling to all the Apple Device. Two days ago At yesterday’s iPad and Mac Special Event, Apple announced that iOS 8.1 will be releasing publicly Monday, October 20th. but if you want then you can update to ios 8.1 beta version right now. For that, your iPhone/iPod/iPad needs to be a part of Apple Developer Program. So register your device udid to Apple Developer Account here [Costs $15USD. Then download the ios 8.1 from our download sections and update using iTunes. The release, which was seeded as a beta to registered developers a few weeks back, comes with a number of new features as well as bug fixes.


Reports indicate that iCloud Photos looks and functions much like the stock Photos app on iOS, with the ability to view photos and select them to download to your computer.

Users who don’t yet have iOS 8.1 installed on a device will be prompted to update upon attempting to access iCloud Photos, meaning non-developers won’t receive access until Monday.

iCloud Photos on the web is part of Apple’s plan to offer a system of synchronizing all of a user’s photos amongst all the devices connected to an account, with web access available from any internet-enabled location upon signing in to iCloud.com.

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