Today in a surprise release, Apple has issued iOS 10.1.1 to the masses to correct a minor bug in iOS 10.1. Does the new iOS 10.1.1 release impact jailbreaking? Continue reading beyond the break for full information on the brand new iOS 10.1.1 update.
Ahead of Apple’s October media event this Thursday, the company released iOS 10.1 to the general public. While the firmware is available for all devices, and unifies the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus with all other iOS 10-based iDevices (considering 10.0.3 was exclusive to said iPhones), the iPhone 7 Plus benefits the most from today’s release. Does it impact jailbreaking though? Continue reading beyond the break for full information on the brand new iOS 10.1 update.
This morning, less than a month after releasing the first beta of iOS 10.1, Apple seeded iOS 10.1 beta 5 to registered developers; the firmware is also slated to be released to public beta testers tomorrow. In addition to briefly discussing the features the new firmware offers, we’ll also touch on how iOS 10.1 affects jailbreaking.
Today, in a surprise release, Apple issued iOS 10.0.3 to the general public. However, instead of pushing out the latest firmware for all devices, iOS 10.0.3 is exclusive to the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. Does it impact jailbreaking though? Continue reading past the break for additional information and a brief explanation of the latest release.
Today ensuing this week’s earlier release of iOS 10.1 beta 1, Apple has issued the first iOS 10.0.x update to the general public: iOS 10.0.2. But what features does the new firmware introduce and does it impact jailbreaking? Let’s find out!
Today, as announced during last week’s iPhone 7 media event, Apple released iOS 10 to the general public in the form of 10.0.1! But how does the latest release affect jailbreaking – is it a major setback for Pangu or can we expect the first iOS 10 jailbreak soon? Let’s find out!
Following Apple’s WWDC 2016 event almost three months ago, Apple seeded the GM (gold master) intention of iOS 10 to registered developers, and the public today (September 9, 2016). While the new firmware still isn’t “technically” available to the general public until September 13, we can install it early using a very simple method!