Report covers iPhones on the verge of a nervous breakdown.
RIP, 4S. 4-inch iPhones are the new cheapies.
The iPhone 5 and iPad 2 still dominate.
Comparing the iPhone 5S with last year’s iPhone 5 reveals more than a few differences—but most of them are under the hood.
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ReadWrite put together this handy chart of how easy it is for users to repair and modify popular smartphones and tablets.
As our computers get more portable, they’re also getting much harder to expand, repair and tinker with.
Cydia has thousands of tools and tweaks available and developers are always hard at work coding the next experimental feature.
It’s great that iOS works the way it does out of the box, but annoying that power users can’t dig into the settings and start tinkering with things in ways that we’ve been able to do for decades on PCs.
The release of a full-scale jailbreak for iOS 6 has been highly anticipated by many owners of the iPhone 5 and fourth generation iPad.