Pangu for iOS 8.1 and iOS 8 was released by the team Pangu earlier this week. But it seems like the release is made in haste, as Cydia didn’t come bundled with it, no English version, no Mac support and plenty of bugs yet to be addressed.
Soon after the release of Pangu jailbreak for iOS 8.1 – iOS 8, Saurik updated the Cydia and Mobile Substrate to make them compatible with iOS 8-8.1. Now, Saurik has also updated AFC2 package called “Apple File Conduit 2″ to make it compatible with jailbroken iOS 8.1-8, which is indeed a great news for those who love to manage their iOS file system via USB. “Apple File Conduit 2″ is now available in Cydia, and once installed, it allows users to browse through their entire device’s files by simply connecting it to computer via USB.
The Chinese developers released Pangu jailbreak for iOS 8.1 – iOS 8 firmwares. Currently, Pangu is available for Windows only and doesn’t come bundled with Cydia, which is why you’ll have to install Cydia manually for now. In this guide you’ll learn how to install Cydia on iOS 8.1-iOS 8 after jailbreaking with Pangu.
You can jailbreak iOS 8.1 – iOS 8 using Pangu jailbreak, As reported earlier, team Pangu has released pangu jailbreak for iOS 8.1 and iOS 8. Pangu is a Chinese team of developers who had released jailbreak for iOs 7.x.x before this latest release. In this guide you’ll learn how to use Pangu to jailbreak iOS 8.1 – iOS 8 on iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.
The team Pangu has released iOS 8.1 – iOS 8 jailbreak dubbed as “Pangu”. Pangu is the first ever jailbreak tool released to jailbreak iOS 8.1 and iOS 8 on iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. So Pangu has jailbreak iOS 8 after 35 days of its public release. You can download Pangu to jailbreak iOS 8.1 – iOS 8 devices from the download links below.
Apple, as promised, has released iOS 8.1 IPSW firmware for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch on Monday. You can download iOS 8.1 IPSW from the direct download links below. iOS 8.1 has been in beta testing since September and Apple has release two beta versions before releasing the final version of iOS 8.1 to general public.
iPad mini 3 pre-order pages has gone live on the Apple online store and AT&T has also started accepting pre-orders for the device. Apple unveiled the iPad mini 3, the 3rd generation iPad mini, during a media event held on October 8. There’s not much to talk about what’s new in iPad mini specs. Take the specs of iPad mini 2, add Touch ID and offers in an additional gold color; that’s what an iPad mini 3 is. Hit the jump for detailed iPad mini 3 specs.
Apple has announced next generation iPad Air dubbed as “iPad Air 2″ during a media event at the corporate Hall campus in Cupertino, California. The new iPad Air 2 comes with a bunch of new features and improvements over its predecessor. Hit the jump to learn more about Apple iPad Air 2.
iTunes Store has inadvertently leaked the next generation iPad Air and iPad mini in screenshots of iOS 8.1 iPad user guide that made its way into the iBooks store earlier than the usual release. The iOS 8.1 iPad user guide includes Apple’s upcoming iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3. Of course Apple is all set to unveil these devices, during a media event, on October 16th.
As the date October 16, when Apple is expected to unveil iPad Air 2, is approaching closer, leaks related to the components of this upcoming device has already started making rounds all over the cloud. A new batch of photos of leaked parts, first published by Apple.club.tw [translated], shows us several parts that are rumored to be used within the next generation iPad Air 2.
iOS 8.0.2 IPSW download is available now. Apple has released iOS 8.0.2 for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. You can download iOS 8.0.2 IPSW files from the direct download links below for your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch. Apple pushed iOS 8.0.1 a couple of days ago, which didn’t go well. So, iOS 8.0.2 brings fixes for those issues.
Features that Android users always brag about are mostly about the customization of the device, which Apple didn’t give much liberty to its users. But iOS 8 changed that to some extent. Apple allowed some customization in its iOS 8 software release to all the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch users. One of the prominent new feature in iOS 8 is the support for 3rd party keyboards. Which means Apple finally gave up strict control over iOS interface after years of its birth.