Right now Apple is in a very tough spot with regards to their iPhones between the XS and XS Max being ridiculously expensive and sales actually going down. The iPhone XR, it’s in kind of a weird spot right now in between kind of like a troubled middle child. Overall sales for the company are falling but this is still their best selling iPhone and on the other honestly it’s a very misunderstood device it’s the cheapest of the 2018 iPhones but it’s still pretty darn expensive especially here in the Turkey where it starts at roughly 6 thousand liras ($1200) and you have the relatively low resolution IPS display compared to its siblings higher resolution OLED displays and then you have the fact that it only has a single rear camera compared to the dual rear setups that the XS and XS Max have.

I really like about the iPhone XR from an Android users perspective let’s start with the small things;

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Since Apple rolled out iOS 12 to the general public earlier this month, the jailbreak community has been dreaming about a brand new jailbreak tool for the newest software. Jailbreaking is now increasingly difficult within the last several years as Apple continues to tighten security on its software. But it’s not even close to impossible. Chinese security researcher Min Zheng aka Spark has shared details of an iOS 12 jailbreak on iPhone XS.

How did Pangu manage to jailbreak the iOS 12 on iPhone XS?

Min Zheng said in a tweet that Team Pangu had performed an iOS 12 jailbreak on iPhone XS. That’s quite surprising since the iPhone XS ‘s been around for just of a week. Zheng himself is a protection researcher at Alibaba. According to the tweet, Pangu achieved the iOS 12 jailbreak on iPhone XS by bypassing PAC mitigation on the A12 Bionic chipset. The A12 chip runs this year’s XS, XS Max, and iPhone XR. Zheng’s tweet also incorporates several screenshots showing root access on the iPhone XS, which confirms the jailbreak. The exact same iOS 12 jailbreak on iPhone XS Max must also be possible, at the least theoretically, since it runs exactly the same A12 Bionic processor. It’s possible that the Pangu team doesn’t yet have usage of the XS Max to show the jailbreak. Continue Reading…

The Apple has been on the highest point of the outline for making the most progressive cell phone on the planet and that is the thing that makes Apple the most important organization on the planet. The iPhone 9 is likely the main decision for a large portion of the well informed individuals all around the world who are hoping to purchase a cell phone in 2018 and it is a result of the most progressive highlights it is relied upon to bring out. Continue understanding, we will talk about what are those highlights. This article will cover the iPhone 9 release date, the highlights, and detail, and expecting iPhone 9 Price. Continue Reading…

iOS 9.1 Jailbreak

Chris Page —  January 21, 2016 — Leave a comment

Jailbreaking is a process that changes a bit with every iOS upgrade. If you want to customize your device and have full access to additional applications, extensions, and themes, you can do all that with iOS jailbreaking. Many people are excited about the improvements offered by the newly-released iOS 9.1. If you want to expand the feature set of your device and gain full control over it and its apps, then you are looking for iOS 9.1 jailbreak.

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iPad Pro Benchmark

Chris Page —  January 18, 2016 — Leave a comment

Apple’s super-sized iPad Pro is indeed a powerful device. With a performance that matches its respectable size, iPad Pro is the fastest iPad yet. You may not replace your traditional PC right away, but this huge tablet could surely pull it off. So how good is iPad Pro? To measure the performance of the newly-released iPad, various iPad Pro benchmark tests were conducted. The tech site Ars Technica revealed the fascinating results in its extensive review of the iPad. Several benchmark apps were used in the process such as GeekBench 3 and TabletMark to test the speed, 3DMark for graphics performance, as well as several browser-based tests. Continue Reading…