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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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iPhone 6S Tweak QuickCenter Modifies 3D Touch and Control Center

The iPhone 6s introduced a new way to interact with the smartphone. 3D Touch is the feature that causes your iPhone to sense how much pressure you apply to the display. All the same multi-touch gestures are still operable (Tap, Swipe, Pinch), but 3D Touch adds Peek and Pop. We’ve written extensively about Peek and…

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Apple TV 4 Jailbreak: Our Most Wanted Tweaks

Now that Pangu has announced it will be releasing a jailbreak for Apple TV 4, those of you with the newest version of the Apple TV have been commenting on what you most want to see from the jailbreak community. 1. Better User Interface It took four years for an update of Apple TV 3…

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LiveRinging Jailbreak Tweak Adds Android Video Ringtones to iPhone

If you are bored by the standard jailbreak tweaks available for the incoming call screen on iOS, like different wallpaper backgrounds or adding photographs of the person who is calling, then LiveRinging might entertain you for awhile. LiveRinging is a tweak which replaces the background of the incoming call screen on your iPhone and adds…

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Review of New Productivity Tweaks AttachmentFlow and NoMoreMissed

One major reason people jailbreak their iPhones is order to make their phones more customizable for productivity purposes. Apple’s Messages and Mail apps are powerful, but not completely tailored to an individual’s preferences. In 2016 there have been two new productivity tweaks released for Apple devices that provide maximum productivity. AttachmentFlow If you use Mail…

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Update: Screen Brightness f.lux Now Available Without Jailbreaking

Last month we wrote about the screen brightness adjuster f.lux, a Cydia tweak available on jailbroken iPhones and iPads. The purpose of f.lux was to turn down the extreme brightness and blue tones of your device’s screen, particularly at night, when the brightness hurts your eyes. At the time f.lux was only available for jailbroken…

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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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