Since the launch of the iPhone 5 an iOS 6 jailbreak has been in the works, and as David Wang, a member of the jailbreaking community also known as “Planetbeing” reveals, they covered a lot of ground before the end of the tunnel came into view.
In case you didn’t read our extensive breakdown of Apple’s quarterly report yesterday, the company had quite the fourth quarter as they sold 47.8 million iPhones, 15.43 million iPads and 12.7 million iPods. As important as that information was, there were still some interesting tidbits of news that came out of
Imangi Studios’ Temple Run took mobile gaming by storm when it was released back in August 2011. Since then, it’s received numerous updates, has been made available on Android, and has become a free-to-play game, only a month after its release.
Over the weekend, we exposed what we felt was a suspect claim that the iPhone 5–and iOS 6.0.1–had been jailbroken and that an app that would make it possible for all was there for the purchasing. It turns out that we may have been correct to be skeptical.
We all know the iPhone 5 is feature-packed and effective, but many users enjoy jailbreaking their device, a process which “unlocks” the phone. Jailbreaking an iPhone can, among other things, enable the user to install apps that aren’t, for whatever reason, available in the App Store.
It was a little over a year ago when Apple debuted Siri on the iPhone 4S. At its start, Siri was able to assist iPhone 4S users by checking the weather for them, changing their schedule on the fly and setting up alarms when a mid-day nap was in order.
Imangi Studios’ Temple Run has had quite the run; its success is only second to Rovio’s Angry Birds series. There was just something incredibly addictive about stealing that idol and attempting to maneuver your adventurer as far as possible to achieve the highest score possible, which would also give you
Yes, the headline is written correctly: there is a device that looks exactly like Apple’s iPhone 5, runs Android 4.0 and which seems to have the familiar iOS 6 icons iPhone fans are familiar with.
Recently, numerous websites–this one included–breathlessly reported that there has been a massive decline in orders for parts for the iPhone 5. While the reports are absolutely true, it also appears that the decline was planned for and are not cause for alarm, nor are the reports an indication that anything
There’s no disputing the fact that the iPhone is the greatest invention since…well…ever. But Consumer Reports begs to differ, at least when it comes to the iPhone 5, which for the moment is the most recent version of the greatest device known to mankind. Never mind the fact that the