Archive for September, 2012


Apple is pretty adamant that once a user opts to upgrade, they don’t want them to be able to roll-back the software on their device to a previous version of iOS. In a lot of circumstances, this wouldn’t be an issue, but there are a number of legitimate reasons for users wanting to downgrade to an older version, in this case, from iOS 6 to iOS 5.1.1.

Potential reasons for downgrading firmware could range from wanting the iPhone or iPod touch on a version of iOS that currently has an untethered jailbreak* available or could just be because updating to iOS 6 has brought with it some unexpected battery drain or caused other problems. Thankfully, it is entirely possible for owners of specific devices to downgrade with Redsn0w, and we have covered the complete process below.

Downgrade iOS 6




Getting fired sucks. Now imagine how it would feel to get canned from Facebook, only to watch it become a social phenomenon and the world’s largest social network.

Noah Kagan has lived through that experience. On Saturday, the AppSumo founder decided to write about his “$100 million dollar lesson” learned, detailing why he was terminated six years ago.


All Jailbreakers are asking one question “when the iOS 6 untethered jailbreak will be released”, they flooding the Jailbreak hackers with this question & they feel boring to answer on this question for everyone ask about it.

We tried to make this Post and add the status of  iOS 6 untethered jailbreak weekly to make it easy for our readers to know the status weekly.

iOS 6 Untethered Jailbreak Status


The idea of iMessage is great. It allows you to easily chat with friends and family across all iOS devices and Macs without incurring SMS fees from carriers.

Though iMessage is extremely convenient, it does have plenty of opportunities for improvement, which isn’t surprising, considering it’s only been out for a little over a year. But Apple has been steadily making improvements, for instance, the latest update to OS X, allows Mac users to sync iMessages sent and received from phone numbers.



Facebook’s standalone chat client called Messenger has been updated yesterday to version 2.0. In addition to bug fixes and support for iOS 6 and the iPhone 5‘s taller four-inch display (so you can see more messages with less scrolling), the app comes with the handy new Favorites feature and the interface has been tweaked around chat bubbles. I also weigh in on why you’ll want to keep the chat app and the full-blown Facebook client both running on your device…


Burner iPhone

We all know those people who, ignorant to the dangers of sharing confidential information online, will happily post their cellphone number for the entire world to see on some of the web’s most frequented sites. And whenever we do see the occasional imbecile make such a blasé error, we usually look, say to ourselves “whew, I’d never do something that stupid,” and continue about our business.