22 October 2014

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


Surprise everyone ! 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.

Warning: We understand that the process below is quite complex, unless you’re familiar with SFTP and SSH. It also involves running commands as root, which can be risky. So we ask you to proceed with caution, and discourage you from installing Cydia the manual way unless absolutely necessary. You should also backup your device, if you haven’t already, should anything go wrong.

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:



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:


Download the Cydia deb file from this link, and cydia-lproj file from this link on your PC/Mac.
You’ll need to to send the file to your iOS device via SFTP. If you’re on Mac, download and install Cyberduck, and if you’re on Windows, download and install WinSCP.
Ensure that your PC/Mac and iOS device are on the same Wi-Fi network. Get the IP address of your device from Settings > Wi-Fi  and tap the “i” button against the network you’re connected to. Note down the series of numbers labelled IP Address.
Now open Cyberduck or WinSCP and SSH into your device, with the address as the IP address you got from the earlier step, and the username as ‘root’ and password as ‘alpine’ (both without quotes).
Now you should see a file browser, and you can drag and drop the two deb files in a location you can remember.
Next press Ctrl + T or ⌘ + T to start an SSH command line session. Navigate to the same folder (using the cd command) where you had copied the deb file.
Now, run these commands in order:’dpkg -i cydia-lproj_1.1.12_iphoneos-arm.deb’  ‘dpkg -i cydia_1.1.13_iphoneos-arm.deb’ (without quotes)
If you get warnings of any dependency missing, download the dependency manually from this link and repeat the process, and try to install Cydia again with the same command as above.
Reboot your device, and if all goes well, you should see a Cydia icon on your home screen.

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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What's coming in latest IOS 8.1 - Instant Hotspot, Apple Pay, SMS Reply, iCloud Photo Library

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.


Here’s what’s new in ios 8.1:


SMS Relay


Continuity was a big theme in iOS 8 and OS X. You can receive and make phone calls from your iPad, seamlessly switch from your iOS device to Mac without losing your document progress etc. Apple also demoed the capability of receiving and sending SMS messages from iPad and Mac, through your iPhone, but that feature got pulled at the last minute in iOS 8. iOS 8.1 will finally bring SMS Continuity to the iPhone and iPad.

When an iPhone is nearby, Mac users can now send and receive standard SMS text messages right on the desktop through Messages for Mac, which was previously limited to iMessages sent and received over a Wi-Fi connection.

Instant Super Fast Hotspot

Instant Hotspot is another Continuity feature that was demoed at the WWDC keynote, but didn’t ship with iOS 8. It is a convenient feature in which OS X Yosemite can automatically detect a nearby iPhone and place it within the list of available wireless connections in the top menu bar. If you don’t have Wi-Fi or tether your iPhone with your Mac a lot, you will no longer have to go into Settings and enable Personal Hotspot every time you want to pair the device with your computer.

Instant Hotspot even shows your cellular signal strength and a battery life indicator within the Wi-Fi drop down menu. The feature is intuitive enough to ask Mac users if they would like to connect to their iPhone over Personal Hotspot when there is no Wi-Fi connection available.

Apple Pay

Apple Pay is Apple’s mobile payments system that works at physical stores and online. The feature that is built within Passbook, and authorises your purchases with the Touch ID fingerprint sensor. Apple Pay is starting to roll out in physical stores in a few days, and you’ll be able to start paying with your iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus starting Monday, with iOS 8.1.

iCloud Photo Library

iCloud Photo Library was again a feature that Apple demoed at WWDC but pulled just days before the iOS 8.0 release. iCloud Photo Library lets you to store photos taken on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch directly on iCloud, instead of storing them in Camera Roll and taking up the physical storage of the device. All photos stored in iCloud Photo Library counted against your cloud storage plan, such as the free 5 GB that Apple offers by default.

Apple will introduce iCloud Photo Library in beta with iOS 8.1.

Camera Roll

With iOS 8.1, Apple made some changes to the Photos app which created a huge confusion amongst iOS users. It removed Camera Roll, the default album which contained all photos, and instead replaced it with Recently added, that contained photos that were added in the past 30 days. For all photos, users were expected to see the Collections view, in the Photos tab.

With iOS 8.1, Apple is removing this confusion by bringing back the Camera Roll.

And more

These are the major changes in iOS 8.1. Other minor changes include a setting to disable the Dictation key, a redesigned iBooks icon, and a tweaked Settings view for apps. We also hope that iOS 8.1 fixes all the stabilities, bugs, and crashed we’ve faced with iOS 8.0.x releases.


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17 October 2014

Do I need to update to OS X Yosemite public release from GM Candidate 3 or Public Beta 6?

If you are currently running either OS X Yosemite Golden Master Release Candidate 3 or Public Beta 6 and wondering how to upgrade to the final release seeded to the public on Thursday afternoon, the answer is that you are already running it. That’s right: Apple considers both pre-release software versions to be equivalent to the final version of OS X Yosemite released on the Mac App Store a matter of hours ago.

The only difference between the latest golden master release candidate for developers and public beta of OS X Yosemite versus the final version is a minor change in build numbers. If technically not being on the most recent version still gets on your nerves, you could still proceed with downloading the OS X Yosemite installer from the Mac App Store and wait a few hours as the large update completes downloading.
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You can Install OS X YOSEMITE using USB Drive:

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Video 1: How to Make a Bootable USB [8GM pen drive] Part 1



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Video 3: How to stepup your backup/Apple ID info etc in your mac right after your clean installed OS X Yosemite. ~ Part 3

The part 3 video is still on processing, will upload in our channel very soon.

About IOS 8.1 Beta

Apple has also released the IOS 8.1 beta 2, which is highly improved and much more powerful with OS X Yosemite. If you want to update to ios 8.1 beta than register your iPhone,iPad,iPod to Apple Developer Account. It will allow your iPhone,iPad,iPod to activate in all the beta versions of ios. Its your device will be registered into Apple Developer Program. So its a legit way to use ios 8 beta's on your device and enjoy all of it's features. If you don't register to Apple to developer account and update to any ios beta version than your device will be stuck at activation err. Your device will not be activated until you register your device udid to Apple Developer Account. So Click here to register your device to Apple Developer Account and than update to ios 8.1 beta version. Together IOS 8.1 and OS X Yosemite it makes your iPhone and Mac very powerful and life gets much easier.
You will be able to watch the live stream of the event only on Apple devices. We will provide more details on how to watch the event as soon as we’ve more details.


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16 October 2014

16GB, 64GB or 128GB — Which iPad Air 2 or iPad mini 3 should you buy

Color is not the only consideration when you are deciding which iPad to buy. One of the most important, but often overlooked factors is capacity. Many consumers look at the price tag and go with the cheapest device. This strategy is great until they hit their storage limit when trying to download a new app, or take a photo with the Camera. Here’s a guide to help you decide which storage capacity to choose.



About IOS 8.1 Beta

Apple has also released the IOS 8.1 beta 2, which is highly improved and much more powerful with OS X Yosemite. If you want to update to ios 8.1 beta than register your iPhone,iPad,iPod to Apple Developer Account. It will allow your iPhone,iPad,iPod to activate in all the beta versions of ios. Its your device will be registered into Apple Developer Program. So its a legit way to use ios 8 beta's on your device and enjoy all of it's features. If you don't register to Apple to developer account and update to any ios beta version than your device will be stuck at activation err. Your device will not be activated until you register your device udid to Apple Developer Account. So Click here to register your device to Apple Developer Account and than update to ios 8.1 beta version. Together IOS 8.1 and OS X Yosemite it makes your iPhone and Mac very powerful and life gets much easier.
You will be able to watch the live stream of the event only on Apple devices. We will provide more details on how to watch the event as soon as we’ve more details.

Capacity and Pricing

There’s no getting around the fact that if you want additional storage, you have to pay more for that extra space. How much more does this extra capacity cost?

Irrespective of whether you buy an iPad mini or iPad Air, for each bump in storage, you’ll have to pay $100 more. With earlier iPads, each storage tier would be double the previous one, but with the iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3, the storage tier starts at 16GB, but then jumps to 64GB and then 128GB.



The iPad Air 2 starts at $499 for the 16GB model, and then goes up to $599 for 64GB and $699 for the 128GB model, and the iPad mini 3 starts at $299 for 16GB, and then goes up to $399 for 64GB and $499 for 128GB. The Cellular iPad Air 3 variant starts at $629 for the 16GB model, and then goes up to $729 for 64GB and $829 for the 128GB model, and the iPad mini 3 starts at $529 for 16GB, and then goes up to $629 for 64GB and $729 for 128GB.

In most cases, it makes financial sense to spend that extra $100 to fourfold/double your capacity, as long as you need that space.

Are you a space sneaker ?

No, I’m not talking about those pigs. I’m talking those customers who can blow through a GB of storage without blinking an eye. Do you download a lot of music, watch a lot of movies, try out a lot of apps or take a lot of photos and videos? If you answered yes to one or more of those questions, then you could use the extra capacity afforded in a 64GB or 128GB device.

Heed my advice and be realistic about how you will use your device. Don’t underestimate your usage when deciding whether to buy a 16, 64 or 128GB device. I know a lot of people who opt for the 16GB version to save money and then come to me in five months with questions about clearing space on their device because it is filled to its maximum capacity. Spend the money upfront now to get the storage that you think you will need. It will save you a lot of headache later on.

Who should buy the 16GB model?

The 16GB device is great for the casual user who doesn’t store a lot of data on their device. They either don’t download a lot of apps or rely on the cloud to store their music or photos. These customers use their iPad for a few key activities and are not interested in storing half their life in their pocket. The 16GB also is a great starter model for the person who is new to the iOS platform and doesn’t have a lot of music in iTunes or apps they “must have” on their device. Looking beyond the casual user is the cloud user, who has a lot of data but doesn’t store it on their device. Because most of their data is in the cloud, they may be able to squeeze only the critical files they need on a 16GB model and access the rest over the internet.

It would have been great if Apple made the base model 32GB, but for some strange reason the company only doubled the storage of higher capacity models.

Who should buy the 64GB model?

With this year’s lineup, Apple’s making the 64GB model available at the price of the earlier 32GB iPad, which is great. The 64GB version gives you plenty of space for photos, music and apps. You can use your device for months without deleting a file and still have room to spare. The model is also reasonably priced, it’s only a $100 more than the 16GB and gives your four times the storage. Well worth the cash to avoid the hassle of having to constantly delete music when you want to download a new album. If you are unsure what capacity to buy, then buy the 64GB model. You won’t regret it.

Who should buy the 128GB model?

In my opinion, the 128GB model is an option that only extreme users should consider. They may be a DJ or  a VJ and  have a large music library they need to carry around with them or they are reporters who take a lot of photos or videos in the field and need the space to store the clips until they get back to the office. These folks are dealing with a lot of large files and are not the average users. For most casual users, the 128GB option is overkill. They would be better off saving that $100 and using it to buy a good case or AppleCare+.

iCloud

Many iOS users turn to iCloud or other cloud apps to store files remotely and not locally on their device. With iCloud, users can store iBooks, music, movies and photos in the cloud rather than on their device. These items can sit in iCloud and you can re-download them when needed. Apple also introduced iTunes Radio in iOS 7. This music streaming service may be an easy way to listen to music without loading up your iPad.

With iOS 8, Apple also revamped the way photos get synced to iCloud, letting you access more photos than you can physically store on your device. You can also store files with the new iCloud Drive, that you can then access in iOS apps. iCloud comes with 5GB of storage with the free tier, and here are the pricing tiers:

  • 5GB (Free)
  • 20GB ($0.99/month)
  • 200GB ($3.99/month)
  • 500GB ($9.99/month)
  • 1TB ($19.99/month)

Besides iCloud, there a variety of other cloud services like Dropbox, Box.net or Google Drive, which will offload your photos and other files. For music, you can subscribe to a service like Spotify. For a small monthly fee, or even for free if you are OK with ads, you can stream your music to your iPad and not store a single music track on your iPad. Depending your usage style you should choose which iPad model you should buy.

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IOS 8.1 coming on 20th OCTOBER 2014, Upgrade now to ios 8.1 beta

At today’s Apple event, Craig Frederighi announced that iOS 8.1 will be available for download to all compatible devices this Monday, October 20th.



iOS 8.1’s major highlight is support for Apple Pay, the company’s mobile payments system that will work at retail stores and in apps. It also brings iCloud Photo Library in beta and support for Messages Continuity.


iOS 8.1 was seeded to registered developers a few weeks ago as a beta for them to test their apps. If you want to upgrade to ios 8.1 beta right now then register your iPhone,iPad,iPod to Apple Developer Account. It will activate your iPhone,iPod,iPad into the ios beta version. else, you will be activation error. So register your iPhone,ipad,iPod to Apple Developer program to upgrade to ios 8.1 beta right now.

iOS 8.1 is available for the following iOS devices:


  • iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5, iPhone 4S
  • iPad Air, Retina iPad mini, iPad 4, iPad mini, iPad 3, iPad 2
  • 5th generation iPod touch

We also hope that the release fixes many of the bugs introduced in iOS 8.0.x

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iMac with Retina display now official with 27-inch Retina 5K display

On Thursday, October 16, Apple took the stage in California to announce a brand new Retina iMac.

Apple officially announced a brand new, Retina iMac that boasts plenty of the same design aesthetics as previous generation Macs, while including plenty of new, noteworthy features that people have been asking for for quite some time. It features 14.7 million pixels, and Apple calls it the Retina 5K display. The new display features oxide TFT, which means brighter pixels, and clearer images with vivd brightness across the whole display.

Apple created a single chip for their new display, because one didn’t exist to run the new Retina 5K display.
Apple released the OS X Yosemite today the full version. it Available for download in the App store for free. Together OS X Yosemite and ios 8 makes your both devices to daimn powerful. Every bit is powerful of the new OS X Yosemite in your Mac with the IOS 8.1 in your iPhone,iPad,iPod.

Apple has also released the ios 8.1 beta for developers. If you want you want update to the latest ios 8.1 also by registering your iPhone,iPad,iPod to Apple Developer Program. It will give you access to install ios beta versions legitimately. We are offering udid registration service at very low price of $15 only. if you want to register your iPhone 6/6+/5/4s/5s/5c and iPod,iPads - then click here to register to Apple Developer Account.


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