Italian hacker and security researcher Luca Tedesco promised an iOS 10 / 10.1.1 jailbreak release last week, and he kept his word. This came amid reports that Apple’s current operating system is difficult to penetrate. The jailbreak, which is built atop the exploit recently published by Google’s Project Zero, is now available for the public and can be downloaded.
With the demand for an iOS 10 jailbreak seemingly growing by the minute, renowned hacking entity still remains silent to date. However, a new report suggests that the release of a jailbreak tool could be closer than expected.
iOS device owners may want to be very careful about the links they receive as users are reporting that a video is going around that will crash iOS devices when viewed through Safari.
Nintendo is planning a truly international launch for Mario’s first official appearance on smartphones. Users running iOS 8 or later will be able to purchase the game in 151 different countries and play in English, Japanese, German, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Dutch, Russian and traditional Chinese.
Up until now, every one of Apple’s iPhone hardware updates has been additive. New iPhones do all the stuff that the old ones could do, plus some new stuff. Moving to bigger screens and swapping the 30-pin connector for the Lightning connector have caused a little pain for developers and users (respectively), but even those more disruptive updates were fundamentally giving you more of something than last year’s offering.