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iOS 6.1.3 will kill evasi0n jailbreak

The jailbreak for iOS 6 was one of the most difficult to come by for the hacking community. A tethered jailbreak for older devices hit shortly after Apple launched the OS, but an untethered jailbreak seemed like it was never going to happen. Of course, the evad3rs crew eventually made it happen with the evasi0n jailbreak tool. Not long after it came out, Apple already has iOS 6.1.3 in beta, which is set to fix at least one of the exploits used for the evasi0n jailbreak.Read More

Google Maps for iOS now available

One of the most embarrassing chapters in Apple's history has been covered with a Band-Aid. In what can only be a bittersweet milestone for iOS, the Google Maps app is now available in the App Store as a standalone app.Read More

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How to jailbreak iOS 6.0.1

iOS is beloved by millions of customers, but some of them find Apple's walled garden to be constricting. For them, there is jailbreaking. Though there is typically a gap between the releases of iOS software and their corresponding jailbreaks, iOS 6.0.1 was jailbroken in rapid-fire fashion, and we have the full instructions.Read More

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What's next for iOS?

You have to love the evolution of technology. You can call it Moore's Law, returns on investments, or simply progress … but the pace of consumer tech's maturation is breathtaking. This change happens on a hardware level (just look at 2005's smartphones compared to today's), but just as exciting is the progress of software. iOS is a prime example. In 2007 it was essentially a slick, polished way to do about ten things. Today iOS – along with Android and Windows Phone – is narrowing the gap between mobile and the desktop. Now that iOS 6 is here, we're left wondering where Apple's mobile operating system is headed? As the laundry list of obvious upgrades (multitasking, folders, notifications …) has been exhausted over the last few years, the next steps aren't so clear.Read More

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