On our show this week, another edition of #Bendgate, hopes redux or hopes reduced for Touch ID's comeback and Cydia shuts down.
It's an end of an era that came only slightly prematurely due to an issue that wouldn't have affected many users in any case.
It didn't take Apple long to convince GitHub to take down leaked source code for a core iOS 9 component, but according to security experts, the damage may have been done.
But at least it was done on an iPhone X and you can see someone play around with iOS 11.1.1 before — spoilers — we know for sure it's jailbroken.
Find My AirPods gets officially indoctrinated as a feature, but there are some behind-the-scenes development that should get a good lookover.
So, who will be the first to crack iOS 10 and give it out to the rest of the good people? iOS 10 might be jailbroken, but Luca Todesco will keep the hack.
One developer seized upon the iOS 10 Developer Preview and exploited a jailbreak from it. But will it hold as revised versions of the software get released?
Hours after the iOS 9.3.3 beta 1 came out, Luca Tedesco had the first jailbreak up. You'll be able to get it in ten years.
An iOS 9.2.1 jailbreak has been achieved, with the image attached to prove it, but you can't sadly have the solution just yet.
There are few people who are in the know of how sideloading basically works. Those who are trying to find an app outside of the traditional (and official) stores will find third-party marketplaces and entities like APKMirror useful. iOS users who wanted to sideload apps have traditionally gone to jailbreaking to get to app markets.
One such marketplace, vShare, recently got hold of an Enterprise App distribution certificate, signed by Apple. These certificates allow companies to operate their own app stores, typically for employees to use. vShare is marketing itself now as [...]
It sees that governments are willing to pay some top dollar to get some hacking talent to jailbreak iPhones and iPads for surveillance purposes
Halloween approaches. You’re meeting up with friends at the bar, all dressed up for some disorienting fun. So disorienting, you might drop your phone off somewhere strange. If some swiper is so inclined, he or she will have a better-than-half chance of cracking into your phone and compromising your data. Statistically, at least.
Mobile security firm Skycure is out with its Q3 threat survey. We can’t say that surveyors didn’t threaten anyone in order for them to take the survey, because we didn’t ask.
In all seriousness, the first startling factoid [...]
Learn more about some of the added complications that those interested in jailbreaking will face as of today with iOS 9, as things just got complicated
There's an Apple iOS 9.1 update on its way out today, and with fixes, new features, and a special treat for Sprint users, there's a lot to like here.
Apple introduced native multi-pane app tasking to iOS 9 before Android will. Right now, though, the feature’s availability is just about as limited as what you might see from a couple of OEMs’ Android devices — namely, Samsung, LG and Sony flagships. So, if you can’t see yourself with one of the latest iPads in order to get Split View, Picture-in-Picture and/or Slide Over, what can you do?
Well, if you’ve jailbroken your iOS 9 or above device (yes, iPads and iPhones alike), you can hop into Cydia and install Medusa.
Learn more about how you can Jailbreak your iPhone today if it's running iOS 9, and you wish enjoy a more extensive approach to Apple's OS
Learn more about how to get 3D Touch on older iPhones, as a new Jailbreak tweak is probably the best way to give it a try today.
We’ve been tracking some major bugs with Apple Music as it has rapidly grown its user base. But while plenty of attention has been on the streaming music platform and its viability (much less the viability of the whole streaming industry at-large), we can’t forget that the iPhone holds a multitude of features. Some of them weren’t intended to be exploited for jailbreaking purposes. It seems that Apple has gotten on the case with the iOS 8.4.1 update.
If you’re an Apple mobile device user and haven’t gotten the rundown of what was patched for Apple [...]
Learn more about the the recent jailbreak that justs arrived for iOS 8.3, as those of you interested in hacking your iOS device now have a tool
Learn more about the current progress of iOS 8.4 when it comes to its Jailbreak, as we get proof that it can be done, even with this early beta.
There are big problems for iOS file manager tools with the release of iOS 8.3, and it's not clear there's ever going to be a good solution.
On the latest version of iOS? You can now freely use this iOS 8.1.2 jailbreak from TaiG.
Learn more about a new Jailbreak tool that has just emerged for iOS 8.1.1, and iOS 8.2 beta. There is still a lot of mystery behind it, but it seems to work