Motorola Moto 360 Made To Work With The iPhone


The Motorola Moto 360 is probably the best looking smartwatch out there right now. In all design aspects, it looks much better than the Apple Watch. However, the Moto 360 runs Android Wear and iOS doesn’t support that, which means you cannot use it with an iPhone. Until now! A Cydia developer named Mohammad Abu-Garbeyyeh, who […]

Apple To Start iOS Public Beta Program From Next Month


Last year, Apple started a program where non-developers could test out beta versions of OS X Yosemite and report bugs directly to Apple. After the success of the OS X Beta Seed Program, Apple now plans to start a similar program for iOS betas. According to 9to5Mac’s Mark Gruman, who heard about this from people briefed […]

Bloomberg: Apple Wants To Build An Electric Car By 2020


In the last few weeks, reports of Apple building a car have been all around the internet. It all began when mysterious camera equipped minivans registered to Apple were spotted in the SF Bay Area. Major news outlets such as the Reuters and the WSJ then reported that Apple may indeed be planning on building their own […]

VLC Player Now Available In The App Store, Almost


In January this year, we told you that the VLC Player for iOS will be making a comeback. Well, folks, it’s now finally available in the iOS App Store, almost. If you didn’t already know, VLC is probably the best player out that’ll play any format that you throw at it. It’s available for Windows, […]

Future Jailbreaks Will Be Easier Thanks To New Hack That Breaks Apple’s Lightning Connector

The 10 Ft. MFi-Certified iOS Lightning Cable

A group of hackers have succeeded in breaking the security of Apple’s lightning connector. Why is this important and why do you have to know about it? Well, thanks to this security break, hackers will have full access to serial kernel debugging and jailbreaking newer iOS firmwares could get easier. That’s good news for the jailbreaking […]

More On Apple’s iCar Aka Project Titan

Apple iCar

Last week, we told you about a new report that suggested that Apple was indeed developing a self-driving electric automobile. The rumors started last week, when camera equipped minivans registered to Apple were spotted in SF Bay Area. And now more and more reports are coming in saying that the company is working on a car. […]

New Rumor Says Apple Is Working On A Car

Apple iCar

On Monday, Business Insider wrote a story saying that Apple may be working on a car or at least building a better CarPlay system that does more than what it does now. The website received an email from an Apple employee who wrote that Tesla employees were ‘jumping ship’ to work for Apple. The person also stated […]

iPhone Unlocking In The U.S Is Now Completely Legal

unlocking iPhone legal

Earlier this week, the CTIA’s (Cellular Telephone Industries Association) unlocking standards went into affect and all U.S carriers are supposed to accept the changes outlined by these standards. This basically means that now you can unlock your iPhone without worrying about any legal issues. The carrier you’re in contract with will have to unlock your […]

Apple Stops Signing iOS 8.1.2, Downgrade No Longer Possible


Apple released iOS 8.1.3 late January and if you updated, you can no longer go back to iOS 8.1.2 and jailbreak. As of today, the iOS 8.1.2 firmware is no longer being signed by Apple. This means that you can’t downgrade to iOS 8.1.2 and also can’t update if you’re on a lower firmware. You’ll have to […]

Report: iOS 9 All About Stability And Performance, iOS 8.4 May Include New Music Service


According to a new report from 9to5Mac, Apple’s iOS 9 update will mainly be about fixing bugs, improving performance and stability of the OS. The company has been focusing on design, new features and other attributes since the introduction of iOS 5. For iOS 9, Apple plans on shifting their focus to making the OS […]