The PanguTeam has just released their Pangu8 jailbreaking tool for iOS 8.0/8.1 that includes a working version of Cydia. It has support for ALL iOS 8+ compatible devices including the iPhone 6/6 Plus, iPad Air 2 and iPad Mini 3.
Jump over the break to check out how to use the tool to jailbreak your iOS device.
Apple released OS X Yosemite for free, and it’s… fine? I mean there’s UI inconsistency, UI bugs, WiFi drops, theres A LOT of bugs. Some of you don’t like the translucency in Yosemite ( I like it ). Some of you dumb asses will say that the OS is free so why complain. Why? Because Apple doesn’t make money with software, and when you pay thousands of dollars/euros on a Mac it should work. But i digress.
So OS X Yosemite desperately needs an update to fix all the bugs and it’ll come. But let’s assume everything works perfectly, and everybody loves all the UI changes…. how many of you noticed that Apple missed one small UI detail: the “Get Info” menu.
If you’re wondering what Apple could’ve done to Yosemitefy it, you can jump over the break to check out the gorgeous concept by Ramotion…
Picture this real life scenario. You hand your iPhone to a friend to show him/her a photo. What happens next? It’s just a matter of seconds until your friend is scrolling through your photos. Happily, iOS 6 or later has a feature that can help: Guided Access. All you have to do, once you’ve configured it, is to triple-click the Home button as you pass your iPhone to your friend – an action so subtle that they might not even realise you’re doing it (until they try and fail to swipe and find photos of your damp patches, as it were). If you don’t know how to enable it, jump over the break to check out a quick-and-dirty guide.
Arguably one of the most important devices ever made, the iPod changed the way we listen to music. Watch as it is transformed and revamped year after year, selling over 350 million units by 2012. Popularity of the iPhone caused a decline in iPod sales and many are unsure of its future as it continues to be cannibalized (perhaps rightfully so) by the feature-filled iPhone.
Jump over the break to check out the video…
Onyx is now available for OS X Yosemite. If you’re not familiar with the tool, OnyX is a multifunction utility for OS X which allows you to verify the startup disk and the structure of its system files, to run miscellaneous tasks of system maintenance, to configure some hidden parameters of the Finder, Dock, QuickTime, Safari, Mail, iTunes, login window, Spotlight, and many of Apple’s applications, to delete caches, to remove a certain number of files and folders that may become cumbersome, and more.
Download Onyx here.