There’s been a lot of news about iOS 8 as of late, and even though the release of Apple’s latest update is imminent, the Jailbreak for OS 7.1.1 has now been made available. If you’re thinking about jailbreaking your device, then you’re going to have to use a windows machine to do so. The hack has been developed by Pangu, a Chinese development team, and the exploit works for all 7.1.1 devices….

It is widely believed that Apple will be launching two versions of the iPhone 6 later this year. One of the models is said to have a 4.7-inch display, and which we have seen leak several times in the past, and the other a rather enormous (especially for Apple) 5.5-inch display, which haven’t heard much about. That is, until now. The images above are from 9to5Mac and show a component from the…

Apple will bring manual camera controls to iOS 8. The move will represent a radical departure from the company’s current practice to keep all camera settings automated, save for basic settings such as flash and HDR mode. The recently annoucned iOS 8 will open most manual camera controls. They include ISO, shutter speed, focus mode, white balance, as well as exposure bias. It must be noted that the abovementioned advanced settings will…

At WWDC, Apple made a big deal about the improved safety that iOS 8 brings to its devices. Lots of these new features, however, aren’t readily visible for us to see. Security expert, Frederic Jacobs has discovered that iOS 8 uses random network identifiers when it scans for WiFi access ports. This means that the only time that the identity of your iDevice is discovered is when you actually connect to a…

Before the iPhone 6 dummies came into focus, it was a smartwatch (or iWatch) that sprang to mind when someone mentioned Apple. Since Apple’s WWDC came and went without an iPhone, iPad or iWatch, the rumor mill is now moving its predictions for October. According to an Apple parts supplier and sources close to the matter Apple will release its smartwatch in October (perhaps alongside an iPhone or iPhones) and will aim…

Apple iOS 8 went official yesterday at the company’s WWDC opening keynote. Several interesting features were announced and demoed on during the event, but a lot more were left out of the spotlight. Luckily, Apple at least listed those on its iOS 8 conclusion presentation slide. So, Apple iOS 8 is another game changer for the company, but this time it’s not the design Apple is focusing on. It’s the third-party access…

Apple took the wraps off iOS 8 during today’s WWDC keynote. The latest OS release brings a host of new features and improvements, headed by the ability to closely interact with the freshly announced OS X Yosemite. The feature which allows iOS 8 to interact with OS X Yosemite is dubbed Handoff. An expansion of AirDrop, the functionality allows iOS 8 devices to share a multitude of tasks and data with OS…

As usual before announcing a new iOS version at its WWDC event, Apple takes its time bragging about the achievements of its platform in the past few month. Tim Cook had a few quite interesting numbers to share about all the iDevices this year. The iPhones continue to be the most popular iOS-running devices around, having scored some 500 million sales. The iPads came second, having just passed the 200 million mark….

Apple’s WWDC hits the stage this Monday and we already know Apple is planning to unveil iOS 8 and the latest OS X 10.10 but many are also contemplating if there will be an iPhone 6 announcement taking place. While the leaks have been non stop there hasn’t been anything pointing to a device release at the Apple conference until now. A video has been captured which appears to show the stage…

It looks like Apple will announce its next iteration of iOS and OS X at its upcoming World Wide Developers Conference, which will kick off on June 2 in San Francisco. The Cupertino giant has started to decorate its Moscone Center, the venue for the WWDC 2014. The banners show the ‘8’ sign, which is more or less a confirmation that the company will be announcing the newest version of its iOS….