One of the key elements of Apple’s WWDC keynote was making a big deal about the improvements made to Siri. We’ll look at those improvements in a moment but not before we’ve touched on the delicious news that Apple will make Siri available to the iPad in iOS 6.
There are loads of top lists you can thumb through for things you can install upon your jailbroken phone but most of them are invariably made up of some pretty huge applications which fundamentally change the structure of your devices. We felt it was high time someone wrote about some of the smaller and perhaps simpler apps that can make a big difference to your device without fundamentally changing it whilst including a few firm favourites.
Sometimes we just want to transfer iTunes applications between computers and not the whole iTunes installation. It’s very easy to move these files, let’s look how it’s done.
It’s two days since I updated my iPhone to 4.1. I’m giving serious consideration to downgrading to 4.0.1 again. Apps crash frequently, battery life is, at best, appalling.
During a recent Twitter conversation I promised I’d spend some time writing about the applications I have on my iPhone that require a jailbroken handset.