When asked about the relative popularity of the iPhone compared to Android, Tim Cook, on stage at the D11 conference, responded in typical fashion, saying Apple isn't concerned about the most, only the best.
What do you jailbreak your iPad for? You may think there are not many tweaks for iPad, then you will be wrong. Here are top 15 great jailbreak tweaks to make your iPad so awesome. Take a look what they are:
Evasion 1.4 was just released with support for the recently released iOS 6.1.2, and we’ve got the details on how to use it to jailbreak your iDevice of choice. Although iOS 6.1.2 doesn’t bring any new features to the table, there is a bug fix that makes the upgrade worth it. Take a look inside as we show you how to jailbreak iOS 6.1.2 with evasi0n 1.4.
As iOS 6 has just been untethered jailbroken, developers can't hold to release their new tweaks, so Cydia receives a big refresh this week. It's an explosive week, a ton of tweaks are released this week, here we gonna show you some we recommended most.
Jailbreaking the iOS 6.1.1 firmware on the iPhone 4S is actually the exact same as Jailbreaking any other device using Evasi0n. For those of you that haven’t seen our previous tutorial however, you will be glad to know we are covering how to Jailbreak iOS 6.1.1 with Evasi0n 1.3 in this tutorial.
There are some basic fundamental steps that you should take for the sake of preserving your device’s iOS 6 jailbreak. That’s simply because, as you know, you never know how long it will take for the next jailbreak to come around. Once Apple inevitably addresses the exploits used in the evasi0n untethered jailbreak, chances are we’ll have to wait deep into iOS 7′s lifecycle before we get another jailbreak, if we do at all.
The iOS 6.1.1 beta 1 firmware was released by Apple this week and although many people thought for sure Apple had patched the exploit used by Evasi0n to Jailbreak iOS 6.x Untethered, the fruit company actually didn’t. This is not to say that in future beta iterations of iOS 6.1.1 Apple won’t patch the exploit, but as of right now iOS 6.1.1 beta 1 can still technically be Jailbroken Untethered.
Pod2g has since squashed the theory, at least for now, reporting that the beta doesn’t mess with any of their exploits. But as it turns out, it wouldn’t matter if it did, because the evad3rs still have several of them in reserve…