So, you’re all fired up and ready to either enter the world of jailbreaking iOS device for the first time, or maybe are just looking for the most current “How to”? The method weâ€™re about to explain uses redsn0w and works on both the PC and Mac platforms.
Chances are your iOS device has already prompted you that there’s an update available to install. Many people just ignore these in the same way they do App Store updates. Thankfully, it’s really easy to kick off that installer and update your device
iOS 5 is out. Apple’s servers are melting under the load of people trying to download it, Mac updates, iTunes updates and other software updates like iPhoto and Apeture. Thankfully, there is a faster way to download the firmware updates.
If you want to go ahead and download / install this firmware update then you might find one of the following links
Fast on the heels of the iOS 4.3.4 (or 4.3.9 for Verizon users) Apple have released iOS 4.3.5 (or 4.3.10 for Verizon users).
Apple have released iTunes 10.4. It includes full screen support to accompany the just released OS X Lion. It is safe for jailbreakers so download or update away!
Apple has released iTunes 10.3.1. It isn’t yet known if it’s jailbreak safe so if you rely on that jailbreak you’re advised to stay away for the time being. If you aren’t worried about a jailbreak then grab it now.
You’re all excited about iOS 5, you’ve had your fill of blog posts, articles, pictures and videos on Apple’s site; now you want to get a copy and aren’t sure how you can go about it?
If, like me, you were travelling at the time of the WWDC 2011 keynote and relied on Twitter or other live blogging sites to tell you about how the event unfolded, then you may well be pleased to know that the whole keynote is now available to stream from Apple’s servers.
Early indicators reveal that Apple’s new Match service for iCloud / iTunes (which requires an annual subscription of $25) will only be available to users inside of the US.