- The man who said no to Steve Jobs
- Pod2g actively working on iOS 5.1 jailbreak
- Here we go again: iOS users struggling with DST switchover
- ‘SendAny’ and ‘ReceiveAny’ lets you send and receive any file using iMessage
- People already in line for the new iPad
- AT&T has been working on IPTV for Apple TV since 2007
- iDownloadBlog is now an official sponsor of JailbreakCon
- Demand for the new iPad has been “off the charts”
- ‘TouchPosé’ adds a finger tracking circle to your touch screen swipes
- Access your SpringBoard from anywhere using ‘Springround’
Posted: 11 Mar 2012 05:46 PM PDT
In Walter Isaacson’s popular biography of Steve Jobs, it was revealed that the Apple co-founder had apparently “cracked” the code of the Apple television set we’ve been waiting for. While speaking to a Brazilian TV network, Issacson admitted he left out a few details about the TV set from his book, out of respect for Steve Jobs and Apple.
Of course part of building a TV set of such stature, Apple has to get TV networks on board for streaming. In a news report from Hollywood Report, CBS’s CEO Les Moonves reportedly said no to Steve Jobs over a content streaming partnership…(...)
Posted: 11 Mar 2012 04:22 PM PDT
As expected, the 5.1 update, which Apple released last week alongside its new iPad, effectively breaks the exploits used in both the Corona and Absinthe jailbreak tools…(...)
Posted: 11 Mar 2012 03:08 PM PDT
If you live in a part of the world which required a change to the clocks this weekend, then it may be worth checking all is well with your iOS devices because, according to isolated reports, some are once again struggling to behave as expected during the switchover.
We’ve been here plenty of times before, so we really shouldn’t be surprised. Even so, Apple’s inability to make something so simple work reliably is something we just can’t help but marvel at.
They can cram more pixels into a 10-inch tablet than we care to count, but ask Apple to make a phone do something that computers have been doing for years and it apparently gets stumped…(...)
"Here we go again: iOS users struggling with DST switchover" is an article by iDownloadBlog.com.
Posted: 11 Mar 2012 01:56 PM PDT
Remember that little feature we showed you with the OS X Messages beta that let you send files to your iDevice straight from the desktop?
Imagine that, but imagine it about 50 times better. That’s what you get with the upcoming jailbreak tweaks entitled SendAny and ReceiveAny — they allow you to send and receive any type of file using iMessage.
Check inside for our full hands-on preview of both tweaks in action…(...)
"‘SendAny’ and ‘ReceiveAny’ lets you send and receive any file using iMessage" is an article by iDownloadBlog.com.
Posted: 11 Mar 2012 01:30 PM PDT
We’re all excited to get our hands on the new iPad, and with less than a week to go until its release, there really isn’t that long left to wait. In fact, it’s probably time to start queuing for the few iPads that will be available in stores.
It seems someone else has had the same idea, and believe it or not, some people are already in line outside the Regent Street Apple Store in London, England.
Remember, there is still almost a week until release day…(...)
Posted: 11 Mar 2012 12:30 PM PDT
You know the old saying, “where there’s smoke, there’s fire?” Essentially it means, well the way we use it anyways, is that we wouldn’t be hearing consistent rumors from a bunch of different sources unless there was some kind of truth behind them.
This proved true with the recent iPad gossip, and we imagine the same will hold true for the rumored Apple TV set. Chatter has really picked up over the last year regarding an Apple-branded television, but it’s actually been going on for more than 5 years…(...)
"AT&T has been working on IPTV for Apple TV since 2007" is an article by iDownloadBlog.com.
Posted: 11 Mar 2012 10:43 AM PDT
Ever since the creation of iDB back in 2008, we have been focusing on everything jailbreak. We sure love reporting on news, rumors, and sharing tips and tricks, but the essence, the core of iDownloadBlog, is its devotion to the jailbreak community. That’s what we love to do. That’s in our DNA.
Our comprehensive and in depth coverage of everything jailbreak is probably the reason why you started reading us in the first place, and chances are, that’s probably one of the reasons why you’re still reading us today.
As a testament of our commitment to the jailbreaking cause, I am proud to announce today that iDownloadBlog is an exclusive sponsor of JailbreakCon 2012, the first jailbreak convention to ever take place in the United States…(...)
"iDownloadBlog is now an official sponsor of JailbreakCon" is an article by iDownloadBlog.com.
Posted: 11 Mar 2012 09:29 AM PDT
Like any new product Apple releases, the new iPad has been seeing a tremendous amount of pre-orders. We already noted that the new iPad has already sold out across all stores, and the third-generation Apple TV’s shipping time has been pushed back 2 weeks.
Posted: 11 Mar 2012 06:00 AM PDT
It’s like DisplayRecorder — without the recording. TouchPosé is a jailbreak tweak that places a little blue circle on the screen whenever the screen is touched.
You can enable and disable the finger tracking circle using a simple Activator action, but the tweak has no additional settings or options to configure.
Take a look inside for a video walkthrough of TouchPosé in action…(...)
"‘TouchPosé’ adds a finger tracking circle to your touch screen swipes" is an article by iDownloadBlog.com.
Posted: 11 Mar 2012 05:00 AM PDT
Springround is an upcoming jailbreak tweak that will allow you to access your iPhone’s Home screen app icons from anywhere.
In order to accomplish this feat, the developers of Springround employed the trusty Activator, which allows it to be invoked inside any app.
Springround is the perfect mix of function and simplicity as you’ll see from our hands-on video inside…(...)
"Access your SpringBoard from anywhere using ‘Springround’" is an article by iDownloadBlog.com.
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