A review of App Store Guidelines doesn't explain why the titles of songs, apps, TV shows, and even podcasts have been asterisked out.
According to a recent tweet from Dev-Team member MuscleNerd, the carrier unlock solution is nearing completion for iPhone 4.
If you've been patiently waiting for a jailbreak solution for your A5-based device--in other words, your iPhone 4S or iPad 2--it should be exciting news that the jailbreak community has gotten its current program out of the sandbox stage, which generally signals an imminent release.
No sooner had the new iPad gone on sale than hackers were trying to circumvent its security -- and at least three have succeeded.
According to a recent tweet from Dev-Team member MuscleNerd, the carrier unlock solution is a step closer to completion for iPhone 4. The latest version of the carrier unlock requires Dev-Team to rewrite the entire baseband-unlocking code from scratch.
A group of hackers jailbreak the beta version of iOS 5 that Apple released to developers just yesterday. Apple plans to release a full version to customers this fall.
If you are a jailbreak fan, there's finally some good news coming from the untethered jailbreak camp, led by the hackers at the Dev Team--an untethered jailbreak is running iOS 4.3 in beta.
iOS 6 was only revealed in beta on Monday and hackers have already cracked it with a tethered jailbreak.
After introducing an API that allowed developers to check on an iOS device to see if its operating system had been compromised (read: jailbroken) less than six months ago, Apple has now unexpectedly dropped the functionality from iOS 4.2.1.
Apple releases an iOS 5.0.1 update that leaves RAM disks unencrypted, allowing those with technical chops to get Siri running on their iPhone 4s.