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by on January 28th, 2015

Apple has released the latest version of iOS 8, the iOS 8.1.3 and many users are upgrading to it. The new update is working nicely and has fixed many bugs and security issues. Among these ‘issues’, jailbreaking has also been bashed. So there is a bad news for all those who have downloaded and installed iOS 8.1.3: You cannot jailbreak your device using Pangu, PP, TaiG. Not only this, the latest update will catch your device and stop it because Apple has put patch fixed in the update. So if you are running iOS 8.1.3 on your iPhone or iPad and the device is jailbroken, be on the guard. Apple is still letting the iOS devices run the previous version of the iOS. So you can easily downgrade iOS 8.1.3 to iOS 8.1.2.


by on January 24th, 2015


It is a common problem that your iPhone charges up sluggishly and you have to wait an awful long time to fill complete juice in the battery. There could be various reasons behind this problem. We will explore how to fix iPhone 5 charging slow problem here.

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by on January 20th, 2015


All of us get bored by seeing same wallpaper again and again on iPhone. It would be fascinating if wallpaper keeps on updating periodically without user intervention. Well, this is quite possible if you have a jailbroken device. iOS developer Timm has released a great tweak called as Wallmart. It can change iPhone wallpaper automatically and makes your iPhone look wonderful.

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by on January 17th, 2015


iTunes is a must have utility on your Windows PC for iPhone users. If you are facing some troubles in installing iTunes on Windows 8.1, then this guide should be very useful for you. Let’s have a look at the procedure to download and install iTunes on Windows 8.1.

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Download and Install iTunes on Windows 8.1

You can download the latest version of iTunes from official site of Apple. Right-click the web-installer file and open its Properties. You will see five tabs across the top. Go to “Compatibility” tab and hit the option of “Run this program in compatibility mode for”. Check the option of “Run as Windows 7” and “Run this program as an Administrator” and then click on “Apply”.

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Go to the “Security” tab, and click on “Advanced”. Here, you will see one or two user types with label “Account Unknown” containing a long number string. These could create problems with installation. So, you must delete them. Click on one account, then click “Advanced”, and then “Disable Inheritance”. Now, click the button that pops up for “Convert Inherited Permissions to explicit permissions on this object”. After this step, you need to click on two unknown profiles and click “Remove” and then “Apply”.

Go to the last tab in the group that still lies in the Advanced Settings menu that carries the title “Effective Access”. Click on “Select a User” and then type the name you use to log into Windows 8 within the open box. Then, click on “Check Names”. You will see your complete user profile. Keep clicking “Ok” until you are out of the Properties menu.

Run Installation package of iTunes 11 and you should be able to do it without any worries now. This method should be fruitful to download and install iTunes on Windows 8.1.

by on January 3rd, 2015


Have you ever accidentally sent messages to unintended recipients? It is really humiliating to send your private messages mistakenly to undesired recipients. iPhone users can now save their face from this mistake by using Strings app. It allows you to delete sent messages from recipient’s mobile even if he has opened them. The interesting features of Strings app are highlighted as follows, mainly focusing on how to delete sent messages from iPhone.

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by on January 28th, 2013

Dubbed as ‘a new way to share video’ by Twitter, Vine has quite recently entered the social media sphere with its six-second video sharing experience for users with the goal, ‘Make A Scene’. Twitter’s reason for its 140-character limit to tweets was always that with constraint comes creativity and thus, with the six-second limit on video sharing in Vine, the same goal is anticipated to be achieved. If you have an iPhone or an iPad, all you need to do is to download Vine and record a video clip no longer than six seconds and post it on Twitter or with friends using email. Vine has already picked up pace with respect to popularity and is currently featured as the Editor’s Choice in the App Store. With unlimited free video uploads, ability to post them to Twitter, interacting with and following people around you and the option to explore trending posts, featured hash tags and more, Vine promises an intriguing and unique experience for your content exploration needs.

by on January 2nd, 2013

To begin with, we don't support piracy at all, but there is no running away from the fact that many amongst us who had a “jailbreak” device relied on installous or hackulous to get their daily dose of non Apple certified or cracked apps. For those of you who “buy” paid apps the name might not be familiar, but those who did, it was a worship place for them. The news might not affect iPhone 5 users though, because even after 3 months of it’s launch, the OS has not received it’s share of Jailbreak and it shows that Apple has been successful in making the new OS more secure and exploit less.

by on January 2nd, 2013

Weather you are new to iOS or been an old user, customizing iOS had been/will be a tough task for you. Without jail breaking your device, there isn’t much you could do. One of the first thing’s i did on my old iPhone when i got it was that i jailbreaked it, and the thing i did after that was that i installed an app “Make it mine” from cydia which allowed me to change the carrier description. The modification might not seem that massive but it’s these little joys that you like to show off if you have an iPhone. If you have a iPhone and don’t rely on jailbreak(s) then there is a method for you to change the carrier logo without it.

by on December 28th, 2012

Obnoxious callers is one issue faced by every one around the world, you can simply turn off your phone or you might miss an important call, not you can choose to accept the call to put an end to it. Android fixes this issue itself by giving the users the ability to blacklist callers, however, apple did not bother to do so and user’s only option is to wade it out. So, if you are using an iOS device and face this issue then Call Bliss is the perfect application for you, and the good news is that you don’t need jailbreak or any other hack to run it.

by on December 11th, 2012

Have you ever wondered if iOS you go useless paces to change slightest of things, screen brightness for instance; you would have to go down to settings, display and change the brightness from there. While it is not a particularly challenging task but it would be great to have an option to tweak it from a widget or a shortcut. while the iPad users have the quick app switching which helps them with this issue, what about iPhone users? The thing is that issues like these are always handled by the development community. For Android you can find pretty much everything over at XDA, and for iOS there is one giant repository of tweaks, yes, Cydia.

by on December 3rd, 2012

Apple released iOS 6.0.1 a few weeks ago fixing minor issues faced with connectivity and stability. Although iOS 6.0.1 did not bring that many changes, many of you would want to update to the latest OS (although not recommended) but, if you are on iPhone 4 or 3Gs and run on a hacked device then this guide is for you. In a perfect world the need of unlocking the phone every time would not be required, there are alternatives to this though, there are many online vendors who are providing unlocks for as cheap as $15 but that rate varies from carrier to carrier. So, without further to do, follow these simple steps to get your device unlocked.

by on November 5th, 2012

Ultrasn0w fixer has been updated to comply with the needs of unlocking iPhones (4 and below) running iOS 6.0.1 released by Apple last week sporting minor tweaks and bug fixes. It is recommended that if you are not having any issues on iOS 6 then stay where you are and avoid the hassle as 6.0.1 is not a major update. First thing first, you would need a device running iOS 6.0.1, if you have an iPhone 4 and below and would like to update it, you can download the firmwares from here. Make sure you preserve your baseband before you plan to update, do so with sn0wbreeze or redsn0w by creating a custom restore firmware. Then, put your phone in DFU mode and flash it.

by on November 5th, 2012

Although we admit that Apple TV is not as a popular device as others made by Apple, such as the iPhone and the iPod touch, however, this doesn’t mean that it will not be catered and slowly but surely the device has started to get some importance. Although there were rumors that Apple might come up with an actual Apple TV, but that never happened and we are nearing to the end of 2012. The current device did receive a little importance from Apple earlier this year when it was given the access to stream Apples event and other important blogs, but the fact remains that they have to push a little more into its product to truly make it a gadget rather than a hobby.

by on August 2nd, 2012

Last year, Siri created a lot of fuzz in the world of technology with the release of iPhone 4s. The concept was unique and the functionality it provided was like no other. Since then many applications were made and released to give Siri competition, they did not trouble Siri at all until Google released their voice assistant with Jellybean OS. Now it seems there is a new competitor.

by on March 24th, 2011

It seems like the rumors are really coming to life. Specially when these rumors form part of Chinese news stories. According to China Times (yes, it’s China Times this time!), the next iPhone dubbed as iPhone 5 has already gone into trial production stage at Foxconn and a leaked sample iPhone 5 suggests that it will have an overhauled metallic back cover that will help solve the reception problem so rampant in iPhone 4.