EasyRespring is an iOS 9 Cydia (jailbreak) tweak for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch that lets you quickly restart the SpringBoard from the app switcher by swiping away the Home screen card.
BreadcrumbsAway & BreadCrumbArrow are two Cydia tweaks for iOS 9 that let you completely dismiss or partially hide the “Back to App” link/shortcut.
Here’s a detailed, step-by-step guide to jailbreaking iOS 9, 9.0.1, 9.0.2 & iOS 9.1 on any compatible iPhone, iPad (including the iPad Pro) & iPod touch with Pangu 9.
The Pangu 9 tool is brings jailbreak to iOS 9, 9.0.1, 9.0.2 & 9.1 on compatible iPhone, iPad & iPod touch devices (including iPhone 6s, 6s Plus & iPad Pro).
This is how you can exploit a glitch in iOS 9 to nest folders within other folders on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.
Some Android users aren’t amused with Apple’s new Switch to iOS app, and they seemed to have made it a point to give it hilarious 1-star Play Store reviews.
A few days after Apple’s ‘Hey Siri’ media event and the official unveiling of the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, we’re finding out that the new-gen smartphones are actually heavier than their predecessors. Here’s why.
Apart from the few things the rumors hadn’t covered, Apple’s September 9 event had a pleasantly surprising amount of awkward presentation moments to offer and the usual swarm of disappointed keynote viewers dissing the company over Twitter and other social media with varying brands of humor. So, of course, we went and put together a collection of takeaways from the event that cracked us up.
Just two days to go till Apple’s big ‘Hey Siri’ event and the rumors are still coming in. While the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus are expected to garner the most attention, the 4th-generation Apple TV isn’t far behind, but those aren’t the only two iDevices rumored to be on the event’s agenda. Reports around the web claim the iPad mini 4 and the oft-rumored, completely new iPad Pro are all set to make an appearance as well. If you’re wondering what the event will have to offer and haven’t been able to keep up with the countless rumors throughout the past month, read on for...
In a big step roughly a year and a half after its release, Google’s smartwatch OS has finally added support for Apple’s iOS. The companion app has been released to the App Store and can be downloaded for free to your iPhone. As is the case with most ventures in rival domains, the new app doesn’t provide users with a perfect replica of the original experience, though this is more due to the closed nature of Apple’s mobile OS than Google’s wish to reserve the complete Android Wear experience for users who stay within their ecosystem. The latter wouldn’t make much sense anyway since Google has been...