iOS 8.1 Jailbreak untethered released

A group of Chinese hackers calling themselves “PanGuTeam” have released the much-awaited jailbreak for iOS 7.1 and iOS 7.1.1 for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, followed by support for iOS 7.1.2.

Well-known hackers like MuscleNerd of the evad3rs’ dev team that developed the popular evasi0n jailbreak for iOS 7 – iOS 7.0.6 and iH8sn0w, developer of Sn0wbreeze and p0sixspwn who developed the jailbreak for iOS 6.1.3 – iOS 6.1.6 have confirmed that the Pangu jailbreak is safe. They’ve confirmed that it doesn’t contain any malware or spyware.

Pangu supports following iOS 7.1 – iOS 7.1.2 devices:

  • iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5, iPhone 4S and iPhone 4
  • iPad Air, iPad 4, iPad 3, iPad 2
  • iPad mini, Retina iPad mini
  • iPod touch 5G


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iPad Air 2 Features 3 Cores, 2GB RAM + Video

In the run-up to the announcement of the iPad Air 2, many were touting it as a powerhouse, and although Apple made a bit of a song and dance of its speed at last week’s event, the Geekbench results now back up these claims. As the title suggests, the A8X is a triple-core configuration clocked at 1.5GHz, and as well as that, Apple has also bundled in 2GB of RAM.

The mobile industry has been caught in a bit of a specs race over the past few years, and it is one that Apple has largely distanced itself from. While competitors have sought to impress with octa-core CPUs and, in some cases, 4GB of RAM, the Mac maker has gone the other way, seeking to refine what, on paper, would appear to be less power.


The A7 of yesteryear, which trickled out to the iPad Air, iPad mini 2 and iPhone 5s, was a 64-bit offering, and such was the manner in which Apple had applied it, that, for the most part, it kept up an even exceeded the performance of some apparently more powerful competitors.

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iOS 8.02 – 8.1 Jailbreak Status

So, iOS 8 is out, and many are looking to jailbreak iOS 8, iOS 8.0.2, iOS 8.1 already on their iPhones, iPads and iPod touches. Below, we look at the current state of play in an attempt to assess when one might come about.

With iOS 7, we were somewhat spoilt, with Evad3rs covering the earlier builds before Chinese team Pangu came through to jailbreak iOS 7.1 and up. But essentially, we’re back to square one, and as millions flock to download iOS 8, where do we stand?
i0n1c, the German security researcher and perpetual jailbreaker, suggested that Apple hadn’t quite patched all of the exploits found in iOS 7.1.1 with the iOS 8 betas. What this means is, while current version of Pangu won’t work for iOS 8, the jailbreak scene has a potential building block from which to produce yet another miracle. It all boils down to whether Apple has plugged the remainder of the holes with the final release of iOS 8, though, and until those in the know have had the chance to scrutinize it, we couldn’t possibly say either way.


The take-home here, folks, is that until the major forces in the jailbreak world have had a chance to assess the public release and henceforth offer their takes on the changes, we don’t really know the ifs, the hows or the whens of an iOS 8 untethered jailbreak.

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New features and download iOS 8.1 iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch

Monday, October 20th Apple will release a new update to the mobile operating system dedicated to iPhone and iPad end users; here are the new iOS 8.1.

The keynote of 16 October that Apple has reserved for Air iPad 2, iPad 3 Mini and the new Retina iMac and Mac Mini, has also unveiled the exact release date for iOS 8.1. The next major upgrade for Apple’s mobile operating system can be downloaded via OTA, ie WiFi directly from the menu of the iPhone and iPad, and iTunes by next Monday 20 October. Below is a list of all the new iOS 8.1 announced by Apple.

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How to reset a forgotten iCloud password


If you forgot the password to your iCloud or iTunes password, you can use your iPhone or iPad in order to reset it. However, the information you’ll need to have in order to reset it may differ depending on whether or not you’ve enabled two-step verification. Regardless what method you’ve used, we can walk you through resetting the password to your iCloud, iTunes, and App Store accounts.

How to reset your Apple ID password using your recovery email:

  1. Launch Safari on your iPhone or iPad and go to
  2. Tap on Enter Your Apple ID.
  3. Enter your email and tap Next in the top right.
  4. Tap on Reset By Email.
  5. Check your recovery email and follow the directions in order to reset your password.



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New iMac Retina 5K Display – Unboxing Late 2014: 27 [VIDEO]


New iMac Retina 5K Display – Unboxing Late 2014: 27 Inch and Review   by iCrackUriDevice



Unboxing Apple’s iMac 5K Retina Display – Late 2014 new iMac Reviewed and swiftly Unboxed.

Purchase the 27” non Retina iMac 5K, starting at $1,899.99:

Stay tuned for future coverage on Apple’s Retina 5K iMac and the company’s upcoming products!

Fast Specs (27” 5k Unboxed model)
CPU: 3.5GHz quad-core Intel Core i5
Screen: 27-inch Retina 5K Display
Storage: 1TB Fusion Drive
GPU: AMD Radeon R9 M290X

Fast Specs (27” 5k Unboxed model)
CPU: 3.5GHz quad-core Intel Core i5
Screen: 27-inch Retina 5K Display
Storage: 1TB Fusion Drive
GPU: AMD Radeon R9 M290X



Roundup: iPad Air 2, iPad mini 3, Retina 5K iMac, More [Video]

Apple announced today that OS X 10.10 Yosemite was going to be made available immediately, and that it is free. No big surprises there. Yosemite is quite a visual refresh for Apple’s Mac operating system, but it’s much more than that. By working with iOS 8 and showing just why owning the entire stack is so important, Yosemite ties into iPhones in order to offer a seamless experience across the two. That experience includes the ability to start a task on one device while finishing it on another as well as being able to send SMS messages and make phone calls from the Mac via your iPhone. It’s like magic, it really is.

Additionally, Apple isn’t phasing out any Macs with Yosemite, so if your machine is running on Mavericks, it’ll have no problem updating to this all-new release. Check your Mac compatibility for OS X Yosemite here:

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How to Install iOS 8.1 Beta 2 for free without UDID registered


Supported idevices:

  • iPhone 6 Plus
  • iPhone 6
  • iPhone 5S
  • iPhone 5C
  • iPhone 5
  • iPhone 4S
    • iPad Mini  Display Retina
    • iPad Mini
    • iPad Air
    • iPad 3
    • iPad 2
    • iPod Touch 5

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How To Fix Common iOS 8 Problems On Your iPhone Or iPad



For those of you who did make the transition to iOS 8, the upgrade wasn’t exactly as smooth as Apple might have hoped. Apple went from iOS 8 to iOS 8.0.1, and iOS 8.0.2 in a bid to ease the troubles of users who have suffered from a range of issues.

This would include Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, battery drain, and needless to say, the cripplingly slowing down of iPhone 4s and iPad 2. Continue reading to find out how you can tackle some common iOS 8 problems on your devices.



It’s a well-known fact that a number of issues in the digital world can be easily remedied by performing a simple restore / reset / reboot. Sure, it’s not always ideal to take such drastic courses of action, particularly the former, which can be time-consuming on iOS at times, but if you have a problem with a feature as significant as Wi-Fi, then sometimes, reverting certain settings back to factory can prove key.

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Download iOS 8.1 Beta 2 IPSW – Direct Links

I remind you that this second beta, which comes a week away after the release of iOS 8.1 beta 1 can be downloaded and installed only by registered developers at Dev Center.

Also, remember that the ‘last official update from Apple is iOS 8.0.2.

As usual we have the beta versions on our servers for free and no need to be registered on the Apple Developer site and pay!

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