Install iOS 9 Beta Without UDID And Developer Account

This video will show you how to install iOS 9 beta without to developers account without UDID registration absolutely free. Also, download links attached and just copy it and follow exactly the video guide. Now this come jam-packed with some great new features, new multitasking, new app called news, 50/50 – 70/30 split screen, you got picture within a picture and you’ve also got app overlay so you can open apps within an app.

Devices that supports iOS 9 are iPhone 6 , 6 Plus , 5S , 5C , 5 , 4S , iPad Air 2 , 1 , iPad 4 , 3 , 2 , iPad Mini 3 , 2 , 1 & iPod Touch 6, 5. Basically, no devices would dropped in the support of iOS 9 that already runs iOS 8, which is great news! It doesn’t matter what iOS the device is already running, you can follow this guide to install the new iOS 9 beta. All you need to have is the device already activated which means you have access to the springboard, that’s it!

iOS 8.3 Jailbreak Demonstrated or Not?

Jailbreak for iOS 8.3 is awaited by millions of Apple device owners worldwide, but today we have the opportunity to see the first demonstration of an alleged solution. The solution comes from China and is not 100% sure, but based on the video published, appears to be quite real, although generally this type of jailbreak solutions is quite easy to fake.

The iOS version installed on terminal seems to be 8.3 and Cydia app being functional. Moreover, looks like the installation of packages from Cydia is done as well as in the case of terminals that have made the jailbreak, so from this point of view there is no doubt.

Fake iOS 8.3 Jailbreak?

This alleged iOS 8.3 jailbreak demonstration is not 100% safe and affirmation is based on a serious enough reason, fact that the user making the video has not restarted the terminal.

Since many users expect a jailbreak solution for iOS 8.3, you probably expect to be released publicly, right? Well, unfortunately the reality is different, the iOS 8.4 release convinces hackers to keep their exploits for the next version of the operating system for Apple device’s. Even though the demonstration shows us a jailbreak made on iOS 8.3, is unlikely to be actually a working solution for iOS 8.4.

Apple Watch Jailbreak Enables Internet Surfing

According to a video released recently, Apple Watch jailbreak it is possible and will allow browsing the internet. The clip was published by one of the best iOS jailbreak developer for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. @comex is the hacker in question and although he never called it as an “Apple Watch jailbreak”, the code needed to enable internet browsing was done even if the watch doesn’t allow this natively, therefore we talk about an exploitation of the Watch operating system.

Watch OS, Apple’s Watch operating system, is based on the UIKit, so it has the foundation of iOS, but does not allow running native code, so most likely we talk about the first Apple Watch jailbreak demonstrated. Even though at this moment @comex does not present the situation as a jailbreak solution in the true sense of the word, nor too is needed because the video shows very clearly the whole situation.

If it turns out that @comex managed to jailbreak an Apple Watch, then this opens new opportunities for device customization. As you can see in the video, this jailbreak is in a very early stage of development, and the WebView to access web pages on the screen is positioned completely wrong, but everything has a beginning.

iOS 8.4 Jailbreak Make First Appearance But Not for Users

Rumors about the existence of an allegedly jailbreak solution for iOS 8.4 circulated for a while, but today everything changes. The well-known iOS hacker @i0n1c demonstrates in a video that Cydia works perfectly on iPhone 6 Plus running iOS 8.4. Music and Apple Watch applications are also presented to confirm that the jailbreak was made on the most recent version of the operating system and not an old one.

According to information provided by @i0n1c, he only needed 4 days to develop the jailbreak solution for iOS 8.4 beta 1. Also mentions that a public jailbreak solution is out of the question.

According to details, the vulnerability was discovered this year after a security conference held in Singapore, and there is little chance that Apple will ever block.

Although iOS 8.4 jailbreak is demonstrated, the hacker argues that this is not untethered, but at the moment it does not matter that much considering that this jailbreak solution will not be released to users.

It’s Here Already! A Free Jailbreak for iOS 8.1 that Works on Both iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus

Anyone who knows anything at all about jailbreaking will remember that iOS 8.1 hinted at the possible release of a jailbreak for Apple’s iPhone’s and new mobile operating system. In the past we have provided detailed instructions on how to successfully jailbreak previous iPad’s and iPhone on iOS 7.1.1, and no-one really had any idea at all how long the jailbreaking community would take to release another.

Most people thought it would take months, but it’s actually only been a few weeks since the launch of iPhone 6, and PanGu (the Chinese team of jailbreakers who developed the previous jailbreak) has done it again.

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As per usual, this new jailbreak allows you to install Cydia on your device, providing easy access to many programs and tweaks for use in modifying what is otherwise a very restricted iOS experience. Just a reminder that jailbreaking is in fact legal, it won’t void your warranty, and it won’t break your device: in actually offers similar levels of customization that Android users enjoy.

The great thing about this new jailbreak is that, not only does it work on iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, but it’s untethered: that means you’re not required to jailbreak your device each and every time you reboot it.

There are a couple of things to be wary of. When the jailbreak was first released it resulted in the loss of photos on some devices. This problem seems to have been repaired in a subsequent update, however at the moment the jailbreak is only available with Chinese instructions and it’s designed mainly for jailbreak app creators to get moving.

It’s also been a bit of a surprise for the staff behind Cydia. Because of this, at the moment Cydia is not supported by iOS 8.1 when it’s been jailbroken. But it’s anticipated that the PanGu developers will release an updated version of the jailbreak and this will include a working and up-to-date Cydia store.

So, just for the time being, it would be a rather lengthy and complex business trying to get the jailbreak working with Cydia, and definitely not suited to the jailbreaking beginner. Because of this we won’t provide a guide for this one as we did with previous versions and will await the release of the new version; this should be in just a few days. By then it will be a much easier process and the jailbreak itself will include access to Cydia. It will also have been thoroughly tested by then just to ensure everything is working well. So, just for the time being, hold off on jailbreaking.

Once Again Officially Legal to Unlock Your iPhone

On Friday President Barack Obama signed a bill into law making it legal for consumers to unlock their iPhone. This enables you to move to another service provider without having to pay for a new phone.

This bill is called the Unlocking Consumer Choice & Wireless Competition Act, and it orders the United States Library of Congress to permit iPhone or other cell phones owners to unlock their terminals – normally ‘locked’ to a service provider such as Verizon or AT&T – to use on other networks without having to ask permission from the service provider.

“As long as their phone is compatible and they have complied with their contracts, consumers will now be able to enjoy the freedom of taking their mobile service – and a phone they already own – to the carrier that best fits their needs,” White House statement.

The Difference Between Unlocking and Jailbreaking

Unlocking means that your device is only able to access the network of a specific telecom, such as Verizon or AT&T.

When purchasing an iPhone or iPad, the total cost is normally subsidized by taking out a 24 month contract with the network carrier. The iOS operating system within the iPhone locks or encrypts Apple devices ensuring that they can’t be used on any other network.

Jailbreaking, however, is the method used to remove limitations on an iOS device. Jailbreaking means gaining root access to the IOS file system and manager, permitting the user to install hacks, tweaks, and mods that don’t ever make it to the Apple store.

Rooting Android is pretty-much the same as jailbreaking iOS.

Praise From The President

Following the approval of legislation by Congress to make this action legal (again), President Obama praised the move and said he looks forwarding to signing it.

“The bill Congress passed today is another step toward giving ordinary Americans more flexibility and choice, so that they can find a cell phone carrier that meets their needs and their budget,” the president said last week, when the bill cleared Congress. “I commend Chairmen Leahy and Goodlatte, and Ranking Members Grassley and Conyers for their leadership on this important consumer issue and look forward to signing this bill into law.”

LoC (Librarian of Congress) Made Unlocking Illegal

Last year the LoC made unlocking illegal under an amendment to the Digital Millennium Copyright Act.

The new bill has totally gone against last year’s decision made by the LoC which stated that it was illegal to unlock a device, but legal for customers to jailbreak an iPhone, regardless of whether it’s a tablet or a smartphone. This provides service providers with legal authority to lock a consumer’s phone, with the cell phone user facing huge costs in trying to link to other carriers while traveling or overseas, or in switching carriers.

More Choice For Consumers

Consumer groups and politicians believe the new bill will promote consumer choice in the wireless market, because it now freely permits users to switch their mobile phones to a different carrier.

Laura Moy is an attorney at the advocacy group Public Knowledge, and she believes this bill will ensure that consumers are able to do whatever they want with a phone they have purchased, like using it on whatever network they choose. She also believes that this bill will prevent millions of devices being used as landfill.

Carriers Will (Eventually) Provide Unlocking Codes

The law now makes unlocking legal, however it doesn’t make wireless carriers provide their customers with the unlock codes without having a very good reason. It seems that those consumers who are still under a contract with their service provide will first have to satisfy the terms of their contract before being able to unlock their iPhone.

“[This] effort began with a digital petition on the White House’s We the People site, an online platform where citizens can offer ideas for the Administration to take action on important issues facing our country,” Senator Patrick Leahy and President Obama’s economic adviser Jeff Zients wrote on the White House blog.
“The petition drew an extraordinary response, with more than 114,000 citizens making their voices heard. And within two weeks, the White House answered with a call to action, laying out steps the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), industry, and Congress could take to ensure copyright law would not undermine wireless competition.” he added.