The ranks of jailbreakers could dwindle, now that Apple’s iOS 7 delivers popular features once reserved only for hackers.
A waaaay unofficial app plays unlicensed games without jailbreaking by cleverly exploiting a hole in Apple’s walled garden.
We asked ReadWrite readers what they want to see in iOS7 – the next version of Apple’s mobile operating system. Here are the two responses that topped the list.
The White House officially responded to a petition to make cellphone unlocking legal again. The verdict? People should be able to do what they want with their devices. But — and you knew there was a but — nothing much may change soon.
A petition to end the new cellphone unlocking ban is extremely close to getting a White House response.
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.
ReadWrite’s step-by-step guide to jailbreaking your iDevice, complete with sanity-saving tips on how to avoid losing your apps, photos and other data.
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.
You’re free to jailbreak your iPhone and do as you please with it, but if you want to run the same jailbreak tool on a larger device running the same exact operating system, you may be breaking the law.