50 Killer Jailbreak Tweaks That Will Make Most iPhone Users Jealous
iOS has gotten much more capable over the years, but there are tons of great features that non-jailbroken iPhone users still can't enjoy...
Two months after launch, that new car smell of Grand Theft Auto V on PC has begun to fade, but there’s still one PC-exclusive feature that is providing creators with countless hours of entertainment: the Rockstar Editor.
We’ve talked about the in-game video editor in the past, most recently when we found the Full House credits faithfully remade within the world of Los Santos, but this latest discovery might even trump the classic ’90s sitcom. More →
Every day, millions of workers around the globe reluctantly wake up to their alarm clocks, hit snooze repeatedly, and sleepily head into work where they effectively sit motionless for 8 hours. Sure, everyone has to earn a living, but the monotony of the ole’ 9-5, coupled with the stress and horrible lifestyle habits that tend to accompany an office job can literally take years off of your life.
Ever feel like there isn’t enough time in the day? You probably won’t notice it, but Tuesday will be a longer day than usual thanks to the addition of a ‘leap second,’ a rare event designed to keep atomic time in sync with the Earth’s rotation. More →
Google Maps has been one of the best GPS navigation systems on the market since its inception, but according to The New York Times, it’s about to get even better. A recent report states that Google is partnering with the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) in order to provide the location of every rail crossing in the country on its popular app. More →
In case you think a camera phone is all about the number of megapixels it packs, then a simple comparison between all iPhones released to date will show you that’s not the case. The comparison also suggests Apple was right to stick to that 8-megapixel shooter on the iPhone 6 and use other means to enhance its photo and video performance, while competitors continued to fight in the megapixel war. More →
In the middle of a slow week, Mark Gurman of 9to5Mac has come through with a megaton. This week, a “proven” source from Apple’s supply chain sent Gurman a series of images showcasing the metal housing and the internal components of the iPhone 6s — the next major flagship release from the Cupertino company. More →
One of the most annoying issues with the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus is storage. Apple decided to keep the entry-level 16GB model for last year’s top flagships instead of making 32GB the base iPhone model. Many people have criticized Apple for this, especially after the unanticipated storage demands of iOS 8 came to light.
However, Apple is reportedly fixing that problem this year, and Samsung might even be involved. More →
In case you haven’t been keeping up, Marvel turned its comic book universe upside-down this summer with the launch of a new event entitled Secret Wars. Throughout this event, characters from every era of the Marvel Comics timeline have been thrown all over the map, while the map itself has been completely reshaped.
It might sound like a big deal, but it’s primarily a vehicle for a reboot of sorts in the fall, the one that includes the All-New, All-Different Avengers we highlighted last week. But the Avengers are just the tip of the iceberg. More →
Apple just released iOS 8.4 on Tuesday morning and now, a few short hours later, there is already a jailbreak that’s publicly available. Taig, a team of iPhone hackers based in China, confirmed on Tuesday afternoon that the exploit utilized by its iOS 8.3 jailbreak had not been addressed by Apple in iOS 8.4. As a result, the team was able to repackage the same hack it used for iOS 8.3 to jailbreak iOS 8.4.
Now, the team has released an updated version of its jailbreak software to the public. More →
Apple on July 21 will post its earnings results for the June quarter and, as is typically the case, all eyes will be laser focused on quarterly iPhone sales. Because the iPhone remains Apple’s main driver of revenue, analysts understandably tend to gauge Apple’s future financial prospects by measuring and evaluating iPhone sales growth.
For the upcoming June quarter, Apple will have some lofty expectations to meet. During the company’s most recent quarter, iPhone sales increased by 40% year over year. Incredibly, it’s starting to look that Apple will even top that growth figure come July 21.
Microsoft Edge is the name of the one of the most important new features in Windows 10: the new web browser that will eventually replace Internet Explorer (IE). Up until now, the company wasn’t ready to let users testing Windows 10 beta releases check out the minimal new browser intended to make people forget about how stale IE has grown.
From deep-fried Snickers to deep-fried Oreos, there are no shortage of fried food items that don’t quite make much sense. A deep-fried Big Mac, though? Well, we can certainly get behind that.
Apple Music launched today. It’s pretty great. Apple was late to the game when it comes to streaming, and its first crack at a streaming music offering didn’t really resonate. Now, however, iTunes Radio has been completely reimagined and mixed in with Beats to create Apple Music, and it covers all the bases.
The new service comes with a generous three-month free trial that provides more than enough time for you to decide whether or not you like the service. If the answer is no, however, you’re still going to get charged unless you follow our simple guide. More →