Yes, you read it right, earlier this week, Apple released iOS 7.0.2 just to fix some Lockscreen bugs in iOS 7 and here we are again with a new Lockscreen bug in new iOS 7.0.2. It is very surprising because Apple released iOS 7.0.2 to fix the vulnerabilities but the new iOS again have the same issue with a different angle. (more…)
Instagram Confirms Several User Accounts Hacked – The Facebook-owned Instagram is clearly the most popular photo-based social network, sporting over a 100 Million users. However, it appears that Instagram was hacked was recently. Many users on Instagram have been reporting that their accounts have been posting unauthorized pictures and after resetting their passwords, they were simply locked out of their accounts. (more…)
SHSH blobs From Cydia Causes Downgrade Problems – Before iOS 6, downgrading an iDevice with remote blobs saved to Cydia servers was very easy with little hiccups or issues.
However, with the release of iOS 6, this process has taken a different turn largely due to Apple increasing security of its firmware and its signing process and of course as a result of partial blobs saved by Cydia. As Saurik pointed out “TSS (Tatsu Signing Server) data Cydia saved for iOS 6.0-6.1.2 is unusable” (more…)
Why The iPhone 5 has Poor Battery Life – The iPhone 5 is, without a doubt, one of the most amazing smartphones available in the tech industry. It has amazing resolution, lightning speed, stunning graphics and iOS.
But there is a downside to this gadget, which is the battery life. Battery is one of the most crucial part of any gadget – unfortunately, fast processors and high resolution screens drain battery life very quickly. It’s unfortunate that such a good smartphone is laden with such a poor quality battery. (more…)
How To Fix Wi-Fi Sync on iTunes Not Working – There are now many features in iOS which were inspired by Cydia tweaks for jailbroken devices. Wi-Fi Sync, introduced in iOS5, is just such a feature. Wi-Fi Sync allows you to sync your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad with iTunes over a wireless connection.
This eliminates the need for a USB cable – simply connect your iDevice using Wi-Fi, and you are good to go. But some users have experienced different issues with this feature. Some of these issues may be due to disabled options, or problems with iTunes, or Wi-Fi. If you are experiencing such issues, you can try the following tricks to fix them. (more…)
How To Fix iPhone 4S Battery Life issue Running iOS 6.1, 6.1.1 – Many of our fans have been sending us questions and concerns regarding battery life in iOS 6.1 and 6.1.1. In fact, we ourselves have seen a large increase in problems related to battery life in these firmware generations. As soon as users started upgrading, this influx became very obvious. (more…)
New iOS 6.x Hack Lets You Bypass The Lock Screen – iOS is the most secure Mobile OS as compared to Android, Windows Phone and Symbian OS. Now, it looks like the iOS 6.1 has cost Apple you much more as compared to any other OS. We already posted that different bugs were found in the Mobile OS such as Lock screen bug, Email Exchange battery draining Bug and the security issues. Apple released iOS 6.1.2 to fix the Exchange bug and iOS 6.1.3 beta 2 to developers to fix the Lock screen bug. However, A user has found another Lock Screen bug in the iOS 6.1. (more…)
Download Evasi0n 1.5 To fix The Boot-up Time Problems – We have already posted that Evad3rs updated the Cydia package to fix the boot time issues. Well, if you haven’t Jailbroken your iDevice yet and can’t install the Cydia package to fix the booting issues, you can download the Evasi0n 1.5 from the links given below to fix this problem. Yes, Evad3rs have also updated the desktop software to fix the booting problems during reboots. So, if you have any booting issues, you can download the latest version of Evasi0n to fix these problems. (more…)
iOS 6 Buge Allows Institutional users To install unauthorized Apps – We have already pointed out two glitches in the iOS 6.1 and it looks like there is something more for you. The previous bugs included the bypassing the Lock screen and Exchange bug and now Matt Cummings has pointed out another bug which allows the institutional users such as students to install the iTunes Application on the restricted iDevices. Out of 200 different features in iOS 5, one was to restrict the unauthorized users to install the iTunes application. This new feature was introduced under the hood of restrictions and can also prevent users to change the iTunes account, mail accounts and can also stop the usage of different applications. (more…)
iOS 6.1.2 Coming Soon To Fix Bugs – It is the first time that we have any iOS version so buggy, yes; we are talking about the iOS 6.1 which was released one month ago. First we found the Exchange bug which finishes the battery earlier than the usual time then another glitch was discovered which lets the users to bypass the Lock screen. Yesterday, we found another bug which helps the institutional users to install the unauthorized apps on the iOS. (more…)
iOS 6.1 Security Flaw Lets You Bypass The Lock screen – Back in 2011, a security flaw was discovered in iPad 2, this flaw was associated with the iPad cover and the Lock screen, and users were able to bypass the lock Screen using the iPad cover. However, this bug was fixed with an iOS update. Yesterday, a YouTube user found the way to bypass the Lock Screen. This way was associated with Emergency Call and Sleep/wake button on iPhone. Here’s a complete video showing that how you can bypass the Lock screen on your iPhone. (more…)
Weather App Crashing after iOS 6 Jailbreak – After weeks of testing, Evasi0n jailbreak was released yesterday. Like previous jailbreaks, it also has some bugs; many users faced a little yet annoying bug in the weather application on the iPhone, iPod and iPad mini. For iPad users, presence of weather app is itself a bug, because naively iOS version of iPad doesn’t have the weather application. (more…)
Check Your iPhone May Not Have Turned Off Do Not Disturb Settings -Didn’t get New Year greetings today on your iPhone? No, you have not become a forever alone all of a sudden and you can blame it on iOS as all of the credit for this goes to a new iOS bug. iOS 6 introduced a new nifty little future dubbed “Do Not Disturb” that lets you turn off notifications and have some peace from the continuous flow of notifications from Twitter, Messaging, Mail, etc. Used that feature last night? Well, a new glitch has just been found that may have prevented your iPhone from turning it off. (more…)
iOS 6.0.2 Brings Battery Drain Problem On iPhone 5 and iPad mini – iOS is the most secure and advanced mobile OS for Smartphones, but iOS 6 is proven to be very problematic for several users. First, many users were facing the Wi-Fi and can’t connect to iTunes problems, so Apple released iOS 6.0.1 to fix these problems, but iOS 6.0.1 wasn’t able to fix the Wi-Fi problem and iOS 6.0.2 was released solely to fix this Wi-Fi problem. (more…)
iPhone 5 Is Prone To Damage – Apple’s hardware quality is usually top-notch and the iPhone 5 is no exception. Apple’s latest iPhone is a beautiful product with the retina screen on the front along with a glass and aluminum backing that looks just gorgeous. But all that beauty comes at a heavy price as the iPhone 5 is prone to scratches and chipping from the corners. If you really want to keep your iPhone as perfect as possible, you will have to sacrifice its visual appearance in favor of a protective case. A Gizmodo writer, Sam Biddle, has done a comparison between two iPhone 5s (his own and his coworker’s) which have been in use for two months-one with a protective case and one without. (more…)
How To Fix Cydia Daily Use issues – We have created this post according to many requests from our fans about the way to fix Cydia daily use issues, (HashSum Mismatch, User Unreachable” Error, HTTP/1.1 500 Internal Server Error, POSIX error: Operation Timed Out, POSIX: Socket Is Not Connected, Problem parsing dependency Pre-Depends, Problem With MergeList, Error occurred while processing ) if you have other issues let us know on the below comment section. (more…)
How To Fix Liquid Affected iPhone, iPod or iPad – Apple’s iOS lineup is really excellent in terms of hardware as well as software. All the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad have an industry-leading design and hardware quality but all that beauty comes for a price; Apple devices are quite delicate and prone to damage by falling or even liquids. If you are one of those unfortunate people whose precious iDevice has been damaged by a liquid and you don’t want to hand over a hefty amount to Apple for repairing it, then we have the perfect solution for you. (more…)
iOS 6 Fixes iMessage Bug-Stolen iPhone Won’t Get Messages – Apple’s iOS and Google’s Android are easily the most advanced and beautiful smartphone operating systems currently available on the market and iOS is the choice for people who want a completely secure or just an Apple-controlled ecosystem. Does that mean that Apple is perfect? No, as sometimes, the Cupertino-based tech giant makes blunders too. Apple Maps is one of the most notable mistake made by Apple but a major iMessage bug also caught our eye earlier this year that lets an iPhone receive messages sent via iMessage even after a remote wipe out and deactivation. It means that a stolen iPhone would still be able to receive messages via iMessages but now, that bug is fixed. (more…)
iMessages is Down ? Apple confirms – We have received many emails from our readers regarding an iMessage issue (you can’t send or receive messages over Apple’s network) which is common according to many websites and twitter accounts we are not sure if this issue is due to some troubles in Apple’s service or not. (more…)