Apple Stops Signing iOS 9.2 Firmware; Should Jailbreakers Update?

Apple has officially stopped signing iOS 9.2 firmware. That means you can no longer downgrade your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch devices from iOS 9.2.1. So what are the consequences for the jailbreak community? Read on to find out. In January, Apple released a small update, iOS 9.2.1, which was designed to patch some security…

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Three New Jailbreak Tweaks for Keyboards, Rotary Phones and Messages

The jailbreaking world doesn’t stop just because we are waiting for an iOS 9.2 or iOS 9.3 jailbreak (there isn’t one yet). Developers continue to add new tweaks to the lineup. Let’s take a look at three of the newer jailbreak tweaks out there, beginning with Keyhook. Keyhook Keyhook is a $1.99 jailbreak tweak that…

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Jailbreak of iOS 9.1, 9.2 to Come Before End of the Year?

Apple is updating iOS 9 rapidly. The company recently released another beta update to iOS 9.2. This marks the fifth beta update of iOS 9. Meanwhile, there is still no jailbreak iOS 9.1. With iOS 9.2 on the horizon, when can Apple users expect a publicly-available jailbreak for iOS 9.1? Neurogadget reports that hackers are…

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Brevis is Customization Tweak for 3D Touch Shortcut Menus

Developers still haven’t stopped toying with 3D Touch, even now during a period when jailbreaking feels like it is at a standstill. There have been dozens of tweaks to add menu items, add 3D Touch-like features to older Apple devices, change notifications, and more. Brevis is a new tweak that lets you change the menus…

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Pegasus Tweak Adds Picture in Picture to All Apple Devices

The iPad Air has a feature that is coveted by all other Apple users: the ability to use Picture in Picture mode so you can multitask while you are watching videos or conducting FaceTime calls. That’s thanks to iOS 9’s Picture in Picture mode; however, if you own older iPads, iPhones or iPod Touch, this…

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