Thursday, July 02, 2015

Jony Ive Officially becomes 'Chief Design Officer' at Apple

Apple senior executive Jonathan Ive has officially assumed the role of "Chief Design Officer" at Apple effective today, after being promoted from his previous role of "Senior Vice President of Design" nearly six weeks ago. Apple has updated Ive's executive profile on its leadership website to reflect the design chief's new position as Apple's third active C-level executive alongside CEO Tim Cook and CFO Luca Maestri.
Jonathan Ive is Apple’s Chief Design Officer, reporting to CEO Tim Cook. Jony is responsible for all design at Apple, including the look and feel of Apple hardware, user interface, packaging, major architectural projects such as Apple Campus 2 and Apple’s retail stores, as well as new ideas and future initiatives



Apple announced in a company-wide email last month that Ive would be promoted to Chief Design Officer on July 1 and turn over his day-to-day management of the company's design teams to Richard Howarth and Alan Dye, who have both been elevated to vice president positions. Ive will remain responsible for all of Apple's design, with a focus on redesigning Apple Stores and other larger projects.
Jony is one of the most talented and accomplished designers of his generation, with an astonishing 5000 design and utility patents to his name. His new role is a reflection of the scope of work he has been doing at Apple for some time. Jony’s design responsibilities have expanded from hardware and, more recently, software UI to the look and feel of Apple retail stores, our new campus in Cupertino, product packaging and many other parts of our company.


Apple has also added executive profile pages for design vice presidents Howarth and Dye.

Ive spoke with The Telegraph journalist Stephen Fry last month about his decision to relinquish some of his control, stating that he is still in charge of Apple's design departments without needing to focus on administrative and management work, responsibilities that will now fall under his lieutenants Howarth and Dye. The move had been widely expected for several years.
When I catch up with Ive alone, I ask him why he has seemingly relinquished the two departments that had been so successfully under his control. “Well, I’m still in charge of both,” he says, “I am called Chief Design Officer. Having Alan and Richard in place frees me up from some of the administrative and management work which isn’t … which isn’t …”
“Which isn’t what you were put on this planet to do?”
“Exactly. Those two are as good as it gets."
Ive has been a full-time Apple employee since 1992, and rumors about him scaling back at the company have gained momentum over the years. Ive in the past has expressed his desire to spend more time in his native England, where he grew up, and his promotion will enable him to travel more often and possibly work remotely at times. Ive and his family currently live in an upscale neighborhood in San Francisco.

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Wednesday, July 01, 2015

How to Jailbreak iPhone, iPad, iPod iOS 8.2 / 8.3 / 8.4


The TaiG team has just released a new version of their popular jailbreak tool for Windows to jailbreak iOS 8.1.3 – iOS 8.4




The TaiG iOS 8.4 – iOS 8.1.3 jailbreak is compatible with the following devices:

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

Important points before we proceed:

TaiG jailbreak is available for Windows. For now, Mac users will have to run Windows in a virtual machine to use the TaiG jailbreak. Or you can borrow you friends windows PC for the jailbreak. We’ll let you know as soon as TaiG for Mac is released. So follow us on Twitter, add us to your circle on Google+ or like our Facebook page and subscribe to our Youtube Channel for the latest updates on the iOS 8.3 jailbreak.

  • The jailbreak is an untethered jailbreak.
  • TaiG 2.0.0 jailbreak tool can jailbreak iOS 8.4, 8.3, iOS 8.2 and iOS 8.1.3.
  • Please take a backup of your device using Use iCloud or iTunes to back up any and all personal information that you need to keep safe. The jailbreak has been reported to be working in most cases, but on the off chance something goes wrong, it’s a good idea to have an escape plan.
  • Disable any Anti-virus programs or firewalls temporarily that could prevent TaiG Jailbreak from connecting to the internet.
  • And if you want to update to iOS 9 beta then register your iPhone/iPad/iPad udid to Apple Developer Account here and then download & install iOS 9 beta's / WatchOS2 on your Apple Watch.

How to Jailbreak iOS 8.4 untethered:

  • Step 1: Before you start, please take a backup of your device, preferably using iTunes. We
  • Step 2: Download the latest version of TaiG jailbreak from our TaiG Jailbreak download page on your computer, and unzip the zip file.
  • Step 3: Connect your device to your computer using the USB cable.
  • Step 4: Temporarily Disable Passcode from Settings > Touch ID & Passcode.
  • Step 5: Also temporarily turn off Find my iPhone from Settings > iCloud > Find my iPhone.
  • Step 6: Please launch the application as an Administrator. Right click on the TaiG exe and select the “Run as Administrator” option.
  • Step 7: TaiG will take some time to detect your device. Once you confirm that it is showing the correct firmware version, deselect the 3K Assistant 2.3.0 (TaiG’s App Store), just below Cydia 1.1.16.
  • Step 8: Click on the green Start button to proceed. You will see the circular progress bar.

Note: If TaiG gets stuck at 30% or so then don’t worry, wait for 20-30 minutes for the process to progress, it can take time if you’re using it in a virtual machine.
  • Step 9: After the jailbreak is complete, your device will reboot automatically, and you should see the Cydia icon on the Home screen. The TaiG jailbreak tool will also tell you that the “Jailbreak Succeeded!”


Done guys, you have jailbreak your device successfully. As now it's just release so guys wait until Mobile substrate gets updated by Cydia owner Jay Saurik. So until it's updated all cydia tweaks may not fully work. It will be updated in 1-2 days like always.

Update : TaiG version 2.2.1 is released today morning 30th June 2015, the Mobile Substrate is updated. So now enjoy everything perfectly. :)



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Monday, June 29, 2015

Extremely Important for Jailbreakers: How to save iOS 8.3 SHSH blobs using TinyUmbrella

With the imminent release of iOS 8.4 on Tuesday, it may be a good idea to save iOS 8.3 SHSH blobs using TinyUmbrella, so that you have the option to downgrade to iOS 8.3 even after Apple’s stops signing the iOS 8.3 firmware file.



Before we go into the details on how to save the SHSH blobs, and other details, here is some background about SHSH blobs, and why they’re important. As you probably know, Apple allows you to restore only to the latest iOS versions to prevent users from downgrading to an older iOS version, which would have made it easier to jailbreak the iOS device.

Apple stops signing the firmware files (by not providing SHSH blobs) for older iOS versions to prevent users from downgrading to the older version. Tools like TinyUmbrella allowed you to save the SHSH blobs while the firmware is still being signed, so you could use it to create (stitch) a pre-signed IPSW file using tools like Redns0w, which could then be used to restore your device with an iOS version that Apple was no longer signing. However, Apple closed the loophole that allowed users to use the SHSH blobs to downgrade to an older version in newer devices (iPhone 4S and later) and also in iOS 7 or later. So you cannot restore to 6.x or higher using SHSH blobs except on iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, and iPod touch 4G (and iPad 2 to iOS 5.x if you have iOS 4.x and iOS 5.x SHS blobs).

However, SHSH blobs could be relevant again thanks to a new exploit discovered by iH8sn0w, developer of Sn0wbreeze andPosixspwn jailbreak tools, indicating that it may be possible to downgrade to an older iOS version even if Apple was not signing it using SHSH blobs. So for example: if it is not possible to jailbreak iOS 8.4, then you could downgrade to iOS 8.3 even though Apple is not signing iOS 8.3 firmware file, and use TaiG jailbreak tool to jailbreak your device.

How to save SHSH blobs using the new TinyUmbrella beta:


  • Download the new TinyUmbrella beta from this link (click on the download link in the right sidebar under Downloads/Links). It is available for both Mac and Windows.
  • TinyUmbrella requires Java installed, so download it from this link and install it on your computer.
  • Launch TinyUmbrella.
  • Now connect your iOS device to the computer. TinyUmbrella should automatically recognize it and begin downloading all of the available SHSH blobs.

That’s it. You’ve successfully downloaded the SHSH blobs for your iOS device. You should see SHSH blobs downloaded for iOS 8.3 in the list.

Answers to Frequently asked questions (FAQs):

  • TinyUmbrella will automatically download the SHSH blobs for firmware files that are currently being signed by Apple.
  • You can also fetch SHSH blobs from A7/A8 devices on iOS 8.2 or earlier using TinyUmbrella, check this post for more details.
  • The SHSH blobs are saved at the following location: ~/.tu/.shsh. You can check the folder to see if it has been saved.
  • Unlike the previous version, all the SHSH blobs are saved in a single file.
  • There are three types of SHSH blobs namely: Update (Restore), Erase (Restore) and OTA. We’re assuming it is meant for different types of actions.
  • TinyUmbrella keeps a record of the known devices in ~/.tu/.known_devices folder. If you can delete the file in that folder if you want to clear the history.
  • It is important to note here that you won’t be able to downgrade currently though Semaphore seems quite bullish about the ability of downgrading in the future. We’ll let you know as soon as we get any further updates.
  • You can’t use SHSH blobs of another iOS device. SHSH blobs are unique for a device, so it is important to download the SHSH blobs for your device.
  • Let me know how it goes, and feel free to drop me in a line in the comments if you’ve any other questions.

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iOS 8.4 Release dates and time for your region timezone

Are you eagerly waiting for Apple Music? In less than 24 hours from now Apple will launch its all-new streaming music service along with iOS 8.4. If you want then you can also update to iOS 8.4 beta just right now or even latest iOS 9 beta also now by just registering your iPhone iPad iPod UDID to Apple Developer Program.

As we reported yesterday, Apple will be releasing iOS 8.4 at 8:00 am PT or 11:00 am ET tomorrow (June 30th). Apple usually releases an iOS software update at 10 am PT, so it will be the first time Apple will be releasing an iOS software update two hours ahead of the usual schedule.

You will be able to subscribe for the three-month free trial for Apple Music immediately after you install iOS 8.4 on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.

iOS 8.4 Release Date & Time:

An hour after the launch of iOS 8.4 and Apple Music, the Beat 1 radio station will go live at 9:00 am PT. If you are wondering what time iOS 8.4 will be released in your time zone then we’ve you covered. Check out the table below to find out when the iOS 8.4 and Apple Music will be available in your time zone. Please Click the image to enlarge it.


  • * = Adjusted for DST or summer time
  • Tue = Tuesday, June 30, 2015
  • Wed = Wednesday, July 1, 2015

The senior director of Apple Music and former Beats Music CEO, Ian Rogers, had revealed in a blog post that iOS 8.4 will be released by Apple at 8 AM Pacific time. He has since redacted that information, so unless there has been a change in plan, we do expect iOS 8.4 to released at 8:00 am tomorrow.

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Saturday, June 27, 2015

How to install iOS 9 beta 2 legitmately with udid registration to Apple Developer Account & enjoy full features

Apple released their latest iOS 9 beta, which is 4x faster and much improved than the current pubic latest ios 8.3. They have fixed the bugs and the lags of ios 8 in their latest 9 beta. It's fantastic. I will say that - i am seeing new features and a new music app, Notes App, Wallet app and finally a new interface with full optimization and great performance in iOS9. Now you can update to the ios 9 beta version by registering your iPhone iPod iPad to Apple Developer Program. Follow the step by step guideline bellow to update to latest ios 9 beta right now or You can follow this instructions to update to any iOS beta version of ios.


How to install/Update to iOS 9 Beta:

  • Step 1: Your iPhone iPad iPod must be a part of Apple Developer Program to install and activate iOS 9 / any ios beta version. If you didn't have purchased Apple Developer Account by paying $99/yr then you can register your iPhone iPad iPod to our Apple Developer Account for only $15 USD. We are one of the fastest, most reliable and top Udid registration site. You can register your device to Apple Developer Account by bellow. Once you purchase it, we will activate your udid as soon as possible (within few hours) we get your order.
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  • Step 2Download the ios 9 beta from our download section of the iAppleStuffs website. Direct download links are given for all the devices. Or you can even download them from anywhere from the internet or search it on Google.
  • Step 3: Open up iTunes & connect your iPhone and backup your data.
  • Step 4: Now hold the shift key [Windows] / option key [Mac] in your keyboard and click on RESTORE in itunes.





  • Step 5: now a window will popup, there select the ios 9 beta ipsw which you have downloaded from our website and click ok.
  • Step 6: Now let iTunes do the rest work for you. it will update your device to the selected version. 
  • Step 7: Now once the update process is finish. Your iPhone will be activated in ios 9.x.x beta as your device is registered to Apple Developer Account. If you have not registered to device to Apple Developer Account then you will stuck at Activation error, so don't update to beta versions without registering your device udid to Apple Developer Account. 
  • Step 8: Step up iPhone. And if you want to use all previous data the restore your backup data to your iPhone. but i will always recommend everyone to start everything fresh. You can always get back your contacts, data, pictures from iCloud so there is no need to restore to previous backup via itunes. Anyways its your wish. :)
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Power Saving Mode: New jailbreak tweak that extends iPhone’s battery life in iOS 8

One of the major features of iOS 9 is the new Low Power Mode that extends your iPhone’s battery life by reducing performance and tweaking the background activity such as disabling automatic Mail fetch, Background App Refresh and more. If you want to update to iOS 9 beta now then follow this link.


Power Saving Mode is a new jailbreak tweak that tries to imitate this feature in iOS 8 although it has a different way of extending the battery life.
When enabled, Power Save Mode toggles on Increase Contrast and Reduce Motion options while disabling Background App Refresh and Location Services and toggling off Cellular Data if you’re connected to a WiFi network.


After it is toggled on, it turns the battery icon in the Status bar from the default color to yellow indicating that Power Saving Mode has been enabled, just like iOS 9’s Low Power mode. If you connect your device to a power source, it will be automatically disabled. After installing the tweak, to enable it, you’ll have to go to Settings -> General -> Usage -> Battery Usage. Here, you’ll find a new toggle located at the top of the pane labelled ‘Power Saving Mode’. Tap on it to enable the mode.

Power Saving Mode is not available on one of the stock Cydia repos. if you want to install this tweak then add this repo:

  • http://elijahandandrew.com/repo

then go to search and install the Power Saving Mode. Apple released iOS 9 beta 2.


If you want to update to iOS 9 /WatchOS2 then register your iPhone,iPad,iPod UDID to Apple Developer Account and update to iOS 9 betas now. iOS 9 is amazing.


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Thursday, June 25, 2015

Apple reportedly been working on dual lens camera technology for the last three years

It's been years that iPhone has proven best in the market in the Smartphones. Apple always focuses on giving the best quality products to you. A report from Taiwanese website Business Weekly claims that Apple has been studying the dual lens camera technology for last the three years or more.



This information was revealed by Altek’s CEO Xiaru Wen. This is the same company has been responsible for HTC and Huawei using a dual lens camera setup on their devices in the past. The CEO also revealed that Apple has been unable to use the dual lens technology on its iPhone due to poor yield issues with its supply chain.



Apple released iOS 9 beta's. if you want to update to iOS 9 /WatchOS2 then register your iPhone,iPad,iPod UDID to Apple Developer Account and update to iOS 9 betas now. iOS 9 is amazing.

Apparently, Apple has been facing issues with blurred images due to using two different lenses. To solve this problem, the company even went ahead and acquired LinX Imaging in April this year for nearly $20 million.

Despite all these issues, the report claims that Apple does plan on switching to a dual lens camera technology on the iPhone in the near future — though not in 2015. Additionally, Largan — the company rumored to be manufacturing the camera lens for iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus — is working on doubling its capacity, which further hints at Apple going with a dual lens camera setup for future iPhones.

This is not the first time that we have heard about Apple planning on using a dual lens camera setup on the iPhone. With the limits of what a single camera lens can do on a smartphone being reached, it makes sense for Apple to look for other methods to further improve the camera performance on the iPhone.

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Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Apple released iOS 9 beta 2 with all new changes and improvements with all these new features

As expected by us, Apple has just released iOS 9 beta 2 for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch to developers. If you want then also you can update now to iOS 9 beta's by registering your iPhone iPad iPod UDID to Apple Developer Account now. Click here to register your iPhone ipad iPod udid to Apple Developer Account and then update to iOS 9 beta's legitimately and enjoy full features of iOS 9 beta.



Apple unveiled the first iOS 9 beta 1 during the WWDC 2015 Keynote on June 8th. It includes a number of new features and improvements such as Proactive Assistant, transit directions in Maps, enhanced multitasking features for iPad and lots more.

The new beta 2 version comes just over two weeks after the first beta was released. The first iOS 9 beta had revealed a number of hidden features, UI changes and improvements.

iOS 9 beta 2 is available as an OTA update for users who have already installed the first iOS 9 beta. iOS 9 beta 2 is also available in Member Center on Apple’s Developer website. You can also download the iOS beta 9 from iAppleStuffs website download section. Make sure that you have register your iPhone UDID to Apple Developer Account before you update to iOS 9 beta's to avoid Activation error and enjoy full features of iOS 9 beta.

Features and changes in iOS 9 beta 2:



  • App Deletion—iOS 9 now offers to temporarily delete apps to make room for software updates. Once an iOS software update is complete, any deleted apps, along with their settings and data, are automatically reinstated.
                                             

  • Podcasts— Apple’s Podcasts app features a refreshed app icon, with the app itself receiving minor cosmetic changes.
  • Continuity—Handoff is now available as the leftmost “card” in iOS 9’s redesigned multitasking view. The feature was unavailable in the iOS App Switcher in the first iOS 9 beta.

  • Low Power Mode—The wording of this feature has been revised slightly. Rather than explicitly stated that Low Power Mode results in “reduced performance,” the updated text says the feature “temporarily reduces power consumption until you can fully charge your iPhone.” In addition, the new wording makes it clear that automatic downloads are disabled when this is on.


  • iPad keyboard—Apple’s new keyboard on the iPad now includes a new undo/redo button in place of the copy/paste buttons. Copy and paste shortcuts are still available and appear when a block of text is selected.
  • News setting— The iCloud section in the stock Settings app now has a placeholder toggle to enable Apple News syncing.
  • Safari—Settings > Safari now includes separate toggles for the Tab and Favorites bar. An option to enable and manage Content Blockers in Safari has been removed from the Settings app.

iOS 9 beta 2 Safari settings:

  • Search—In addition to producing more results, Spotlight search in iOS 9 beta 2 now includes a section in Settings > General > Search where you can exclude specific third-party apps from search results.


  • Apple Watch app—The companion Apple Watch app that was included as part of iOS 8.2 has been rechristened as Watch.
The new watchOS 2 beta 2 can be deployed on watches that run the first beta as an over-the-air update through the Software Update feature within the Apple Watch Companion app on an iPhone running iOS 9 Developer Preview.

Similarly, iOS 9 beta 2 can be installed over-the-air on devices running the previous build by choosing Software Update in the General section of the Settings app.

Standalone installers for watchOS beta 2 and iOS 9 beta 2 are available to members of the Apple Developer Program through the Dev Center, its portal for developers. WatchOS 2 will launch alongside iOS 9 this fall. If you want then you can also update to iOS 9 beta now.

The software adds a number of features to Apple’s wearable device, including a Night mode, custom third-party Complications, two new watch faces, a Time Travel mode, an improved Music app and of course native apps that run directly on the watch hardware, access its sensors, take advantage of the Taptic Engine and more. If you want to update to WatchOS2 then register your iPhone,iPad,iPod UDID to Apple Developer Account and update to iOS 9 betas now, then update to WatchOS2 beta 2 via your iPhone.

iOS 9 is all about optimization so users should expect faster performance and an additional hour of battery life, or even more if a new Low Power Mode is used. On iPads, iOS 9 brings a much improved keyboard with a precise cursor positioning mode, an additional row of app-specific options and side-by-side apps via all-new Slide Over, Split View and Picture in Picture modes.

Apps and iOS firmware updates are smaller on iOS 9 thanks to a feature called App Thinning. Other features on iOS 9 include a much-improved Notes with media attachments, bulleted lists and drawings, Maps with Transit, enhanced Mail, smarter Siri with proactivity, Spotlight recommendations, additional content sources and more. Get updated to iOS 9 beta now.

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Apple Watch gets another beta update - Watch OS 2 (Beta 2) is released now

Apple is focusing on the software for the Apple Watch, improving it in many ways, and giving plenty of Watch owners something to look forward to with watchOS 2.

The new software was initially introduced at the keynote for this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference, and includes plenty of new features. On June 23, Apple released the second beta for watchOS 2 to developers, giving them new, slightly updated software to test and developer for. With this new beta, it will allow developers to continue to test apps that run natively on the wearable, as well as gain access to the Watch’s other features, including the Digital Crown and built-in sensors.



Apple released iOS 9 beta 2 today if you want then you can also update to iOS 9 beta right now and enjoy all of its features. Apple has given tons of new features to their latest iOS 9 version. You can update now to iOS 9 beta by Registering your iPhone/iPad/iPod udid to Apple Developer Program which costs $99/per year, but you can register your iPhone iPad iPad udid to Apple Developer Account from our website, it will cost $15 ONLY and you can save $89, we will register your device udid to our Apple Developer Account which is give you access to download and update to iOS 9 beta's now before it's release for general public.



Get early access to iOS 9 beta and update now and enjoy all features of iOS 9 legitimately. Click here to Register your iPhone/iPad/iPod udid to Apple Developer Account and then update to iOS 9 beta, then you can update to WatchOS2 via your iPhone. So register your iPhone udid now to Apple Dev. Account, Click here to register.

As far as new features go for the software, consumers should expect to find a new Time Travel feature, which will let them check out information on upcoming events right from the wearable, a new Nightstand Mode, three new watch faces, and access to third-party watch face Complications.

For those that are running the first beta of watchOS 2, the new software is available as an over the air (OTA) update via the iOS 9 Apple Watch Companion App

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Apple seeds second OS X 10.11 El Capitan beta 2 to developers

Along with the second beta of iOS 9, Apple has also seeded the second beta of OS X 10.11 El Capitan to developers. The second beta carries the buidl number 15A204h, and is available for download through the Mac App Store and Apple Developer Center.



The latest version of OS X comes with a number of performance and user experience improvements. As Apple stated during the unveiling of the OS at WWDC earlier this month, these improvements should lead to some significant improvements in performance in day-to-day usage.

OS X 10.11 El Capitan is supported by the following Macs:

iMac (Mid 2007 or newer)
MacBook Air (Late 2008 or newer)
MacBook (Late 2008 Aluminum, or Early 2009 or newer)
Mac mini (Early 2009 or newer)
MacBook Pro (Mid/Late 2007 or newer)
Mac Pro (Early 2008 or newer)
Xserve (Early 2009)

Update to OS X El Capitan Beta 2 without Apple Developer Account:

Guys watch this video to install the OS X 10.11 beta 2 without being a developer:


The second beta of El Capitan should bring about some bug fixes and more performance improvements. We will have a detailed change log of the changes in the second beta of El Capitan soon.

Apple has released the iOS 9 beta 2 also today. if you want to update to iOS 9 beta 2 then register your iPhone iPad iPod udid to Apple Developer Account now and enjoy all the iOS 9 beta updates and all features. Click here to register your device udid to Apple Developer Account now.


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Apple plans to release the iOS 8.4 and iOS 9 beta 2 today

Apple plans to release the iOS 8.4 Golden Master (GM), which has historically been release candidate software, to registered developers today ahead of the Apple Music launch on June 30, reports BGR. iOS 9 beta 2 is also reportedly scheduled for release today, although it is possible that the release date is pushed back by one week to next Monday, June 29.



The iOS 8.4 GM will succeed iOS 8.4 beta 4 and will most likely be the final pre-release version before the software update is publicly released. Apple Music for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch requires iOS 8.4, so the update should be released for all users within the next eight days, with the new streaming music service built into the revamped stock Music app.

Apple released iOS 9 beta few days back for developers. If you want then you can also update to iOS 9 beta right now and enjoy all of its features. Apple has given tons of new features to their latest iOS 9 version. You can update now to iOS 9 beta by Registering your iPhone/iPad/iPod udid to Apple Developer Program which costs $99/per year, but you can register your iPhone iPad iPad udid to Apple Developer Account from our website, it will cost $15 ONLY and you can save $89, we will register your device udid to our Apple Developer Account which is give you access to download and update to iOS 9 beta's now before it's release for general public.



Get early access to iOS 9 beta and update now and enjoy all features of iOS 9 legitimately. Click here to Register your iPhone/iPad/iPod udid to Apple Developer Account and then update to iOS 9 beta.

Apple Music was announced earlier this month as an all-in-one streaming music service, live global radio station and social platform for artists to connect with fans. The subscription-based service will cost $9.99 per month after a three-month free trial for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac and PC. Apple TV and Android versions of the service will be available in the fall.

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Sunday, June 21, 2015

‘Move to iOS’ app will easily let you switch from Android to iOS

Apple is making it easier for the Android users who are switching from the Google mobile operating system / Androids to iOS 9. Later this year, Apple will be offering a new app that’ll automatically transfer data and apps from the Android platform to iOS. Users who wish to change platforms will be required to install the app on their Android device in order to initiate the exchange of information across accounts. Once completed, the Android device cane be wiped and recycled or resold.

Move to iOS app

According to Apple website, the Android app will wirelessly sync content such as the “contacts, message history, camera photos and videos, web bookmarks, mail accounts, calendars, wallpaper, and DRM-free songs and books.” The transfer will occur from the Android device to the iOS device with minimal user intervention. Its will be very easy to use.



As part of the process, Move to iOS will scan the apps on the Android smartphone and will prompt users to install the same apps on iOS. Paid apps with an iOS version also will be detected and added to user’s iOS App Store wish list. Apple claims this process will be conducted securely so a user’s sensitive information can not be exploited during the transfer.

There isn’t much information available about the ‘Move to iOS’ Android app except for the screenshot of the app running on HTC One M9. After the transfer of data is complete, the app also informs users that they can recycle their Android phone for free at any Apple Store.

It is not clear if there will be an equivalent app on the App Store, that will allow you to manage the data ported from Android. We expect to get a lot more information when the Move to iOS app is available on Google Play Store, and iOS 9 is released to the public on this Septemeber 2015.

Apple released iOS 9 beta few days back for developers. If you want then you can also update to iOS 9 beta right now and enjoy all of its features. Apple has given tons of new features to their latest iOS 9 version. You can update now to iOS 9 beta by Registering your iPhone/iPad/iPod udid to Apple Developer Program which costs $99/per year, but you can register your iPhone iPad iPad udid to Apple Developer Account from our website, it will cost $15 ONLY and you can save $89, we will register your device udid to our Apple Developer Account which is give you access to download and update to iOS 9 beta's now before it's release for general public.



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As the launch of iOS 9 and the debut of the next-generation iPhone draws near, we also expect to see Apple start to promote this tool to Android users who are interested in iOS, but are hesitant to switch. A one-click tool that’ll transfer all important data and apps may be enough to entice these fence-sitters to take the plunge. Update to iOS 9 beta now and enjoy all the features.

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Saturday, June 20, 2015

Apple announces replacement program for iMac models

Apple today announced a replacement program for the 3TB hard drive included in some 27-inch iMac models due to a concern that some of the components “may fail under certain conditions.” Apple doesn’t mention a specific product number, but notes that affected machines would have been sold between December 2012 and September 2013, which would apply to Apple’s late 2012 iMac model.



Apple notes that it is contacting iMac owners that may be affected, but users can also manually submit a claim through the company’s webpage announcing the replacement program.

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 Apple said it “recommends replacing affected hard drives as soon as possible” and customers can take advantage of the program through Apple retail stores, authorized service providers, or tech support channels.

Apple adds that “the program covers affected iMac models until December 19, 2015 or three years from its original date of sale, whichever provides longer coverage for you.”

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Friday, June 19, 2015

Power app allows you to check iPhone’s battery life on an Apple Watch

Want to check your iPhone’s battery life without actually getting it out of your pocket? Now you can, thanks to Power, a new app for Apple Watch.

Created by Surenix, a developer well-known for his work among the jailbreaking community, Power is a simple app that does exactly what you would expect it to. Open it up on your Apple Watch — or bring up its Glance — and in an instant you can see exactly how much battery life is remaining on your iPhone.



It’s handy for just checking battery life remotely when your iPhone’s in your pocket or your bag — or even sat charging in another room. Power doesn’t just give a battery percentage, but also tells you whether your iPhone’s charging or completely charged.

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There are quite a few free and paid alternatives that offer this functionality, but Power is the most well-designed app we’ve seen so far

Download the Power App.

Power is priced at just $0.99, and you can download it from the App Store now via the link below. Surenix is also responsible apps like Atom, the lock screen launcher for jailbroken iOS devices, and the incredibly popular Ayecon theme — one of the best on iOS.
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Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Major security flaws on iOS and OS X vulnerable for password theft

Guys read this properly - Make sure you don't use Google Chrome in key chain until they finds a fix for it. Stay safe guys - our passwords are the most important things to us. Researchers from Indiana University and the Georgia Institute of Technology said that security holes in both iOS and OS X allow a malicious app to steal passwords from Apple’s Keychain, as well as both Apple and third-party apps. The claims appear to have been confirmed by Apple, Google and others.



We completely cracked the keychain service – used to store passwords and other credentials for different Apple apps – and sandbox containers on OS X, and also identified new weaknesses within the inter-app communication mechanisms on OS X and iOS which can be used to steal confidential data from Evernote, Facebook and other high-profile apps

The Register says the team reported the flaws to Apple in October of last year. At that time, Apple said that it understood the seriousness of the flaws and asked the researchers to give it six months to address them before the exploit was made public. In February, Apple requested an advance copy of the paper, yet the flaws remain present in the latest versions of both operating systems …

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Researchers were able to upload malware exploiting the vulnerabilities to both iOS and Mac App Stores, despite Apple’s vetting. The compromised apps were approved for both platforms.

The team say that they tested the exploit against a wide range of both Mac and iOS apps, and found that almost 90% of them were “completely exposed,” allowing the malware full access to data stored in the apps – including logins.



Based on a video released by the team (below), a commentator on Hacker News appears to be correct in suggesting that while the malware cannot directly access existing Keychain entries, it can do so indirectly by forcing users to login manually and then capturing those credentials in a newly-created entry.

Keychain items have access control lists, where they can whitelist applications, usually only themselves. If my banking app creates a keychain item, malware will not have access. But malware can delete and recreate keychain items, and add both itself and the banking app to the ACL. Next time the banking app needs credentials, it will ask me to reenter them, and then store them in the keychain item created by the malware

For now, the best advice would appear to be cautious in downloading apps from unknown developers – even from the iOS and Mac App Stores – and to be alert to any occasion where you are asked to login manually when that login is usually done by Keychain.

As ever, the best practice is never to allow either your browser or a password manager to store your most sensitive logins, such as for online banking.

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Tuesday, June 16, 2015

Apple Watch running watchOS 2 hacked to run native apps/games

At this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple showed off the next generation of the Apple Watch’s operating system, called watchOS 2.


Native apps are part and parcel with the next iteration of Apple’s wearable operating system, but leading up to the official release later this year, developers have been working hard on getting native apps running on the device. That includes things like the game Canabalt and a clone of Flappy Bird. These developers have worked out how to use more advanced frameworks, including SpriteKit and UIKit, to get “truly” native apps running on the wearable.

That’s an interesting turn, as Apple has native apps running on the Apple Watch, but only through WatchKit.

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Developers Steven Troughton-Smith, Jay Freeman and Adam Bell were recently able to get a truly native version of the endless runner Canabalt running on an Apple Watch, utilizing SceneKit and UIKit. On top of that, developer Hamza Sood got a clone of Flappy Bird on an Apple Watch by taking advantage of native SpriteKit rendering. We can see some possibilities of AppleWatch jailbreak now. :)

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Improved security with 6-digit passcodes and native two-factor authentication in iOS 9

Apple gave bunch of new amazing features in iOS 9. Further more your device is more secured with iOS 9 update. Apple added 6 digit passcode and 2 factor authentication to make the things more tight and gave a next level security to your iPhone,iPads. If you want to update to iOS 9 beta now then register your iPhone iPad iPod udid to Apple Developer Account and update to latest iOS 9 beta versions legitimately and enjoy all the new features of iOS 9. It's amazing. Read the article to know more about the next security upgrades. You can even now have hands offs and continutiy with iPhone over the cellular data also in iOS 9. So register your device to Apple developer Program now and update to iOS 9 beta now if have not yet.

Six-Digit Passcodes

Starting with iOS 9, Apple changes the default passcode option from the standard four digits ( 1-2-3-4) to six digits (1-2-3-4-5-6), prompting users to enter a longer passcode during setup. This change makes it more difficult for thieves to guess a passcode as it increases the number of possible combinations from 10,000 in iOS 8 to one million in iOS 9. Apple still allows four-digit passcodes, but it available only as a passcode option and is no longer the default choice. Users can enter their six-digit password during setup or by going into Settings > Touch ID & Passcode > Change Passcode.


Two-Factor Authentication

Apple began supporting two-factor authentication in 2013 for its Apple ID login and has gradually expanded the security system to iCloud and other services. Now in iOS 9 and OS X 10.11, Apple is ready to extend this security measure again.

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Monday, June 15, 2015

Apple’s newest software will help fix one of the biggest problem of iPhone


The iPhone is great indeed. But most the iPhone users has this complain about the battery life. In fact i also go through the same issue but after the new iOS update, i am really happy to see the batter improvement they have made. The fact is - Battery charge completely depends on the usage of the device. If you don't use it, then it wont drop, if you use it then charge will go low. but the new iOS 9 Update has given my battery more extra life . The low Power mode is gives you upto 30% extra charge without turning off your any important features of the iPhone.

The one consistent complaint from everyone who owns Apple devices, it’s that the battery life is not great. It’s hard to make it through an entire day without giving the phone a little bit of juice. Apple is doing its best to fix this complaint and has done it in iOS 9.

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iOS 9 Has a new power-saving mode that will give people an extra three hours of battery when their phone is running low on juice. Not just the battery life, everything has been changed to give you the best iOS experience which you were suppose to get. I am really happy and satisfied with iOS 9 and OS X El Capital (OX 10.11). Apple did a profound great job.

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Saturday, June 13, 2015

Inside iOS 9: Apple's Notes app, News App, Swipe Selection, Low Power mode is greatly enhanced

Apple added so mind blowing features to its new up coming worlds best OS system - iOS 9 it features and improvements such as enhanced multitasking for the iPad, Proactive Assistant, transit directions in Maps, Low Power mode and lots more.



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In addition to the major new features, the Photos app gets some cool new features, which should improve the user experience. Here’s a look at the hidden features in the Photos app:

#1. Swipe to Select

In iOS 8, you have to tap on the image one by one to select multiple photos. It can be a pain if you want to select lots of photos.



You can now tap and swipe your finger over a photo to select them. You can slide your finger vertically or diagonally to select a row of photos. This feature was available in iOS, but for some strange reason Apple removed it in iOS 4. You can watch the video below to get a better idea how it works.






#2. Scrubber

The Photos app gets a scrubber which can be accessed at the bottom between the photo and the toolbar. It allows you to quickly flip through the photos in your camera roll.

#3. Swipe down to go back

You can now swipe down on a photo to go back to the Camera roll. It is more convenient than tapping on the “<” back button. Check the video below to get a better idea how it works. Thanks Lliya for the tip!

#4. Email more than 5 photos

As we reported a few days back, you can finally email more than 5 photos. In iOS 8, if you selected more than 5 photos, the Mail option isn’t available in the share sheet. You may check our article for more details.

#5. Mail Drop support

iOS 9 brings Mail Drop support to iPhone and iPad. It was introduced last year with OS X Yosemite. Mail Drop allows you to send large attachments up to 5GB in size via iCloud. You may check our article to find out how it works.

#6. Notes App, Wallet App, News App :

Apple added these news apps and redesigned them to give you the best mobile experience. So register your iPhone iPad iPod now to Apple Developer Account to update to iOS 9 beta now.

iOS 9 is 30% more battery efficient than the iOS 8 - The low power mode gives you extra juice on the run. Saves your battery without making your phone lose any of the important features. Multi-tasking got a new look and spotlight has now changed everything in IOS 9. You will love Siri & Spotlight the most in iOS 9 just like i love Notes App now. Best thing ever done by Apple.


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