iOS 9.3 Jailbreak and New on iOS 9.2.1 and 9.2 Jailbreak

Apple is testing iOS 9.3 betas and users wonder if it is possible to see iOS 9.3 jailbreak as well as other firmware jailbreaking. Pangu team advised all users to update to iOS 9.2 [here are direct ipsw download links for 9.2 version] or iOS 9.2.1 but the team said nothing about soon public release of the untethered tool for users.

There is a video on the web that shows the iOS 9.2 jailbreak as well as jailbreaks for iOS 9.3 beta and 9.2.1. While there could be new exploits in all these new firmwares, hackers might want to wait for the public iOS 9.3 release before presenting any solutions to ordinary users.

iOS 9.3 Beta Jailbreak iOS 9.2 iOS 9.2.1 Untethered Jailbreak iPhone 6

Since iOS 9.0.2 jailbreak launch hackers found no new exploits. There is no public iOS 9.2.1 jailbreak. It is also impossible to untether iOS 9.2 and iOS 9.1. At the same time it looks like the whole procedure can be done. At least, one hacker knows how to progress with it.

We are talking about Luca Todesco. He successfully jailbroke both iOS 9.3 beta 1 and iOS 9.2.1 iPhone and iPad operating systems. You can watch the video posted by Todesco where he demonstrates the jailbreaks on the iPhone 6 model:

You can find Cydia store there and see how some tasks impossible for non-jailbreakable device are performed. This is curious news that gives new hope for the whole community that can’t live without customizing the iDevice, adding different Cydia tweaks, tricks and extra tools.

According to the hacker, his tool works on iOS 9.2, 9.2.1 and first beta of 9.3 platform. Isn’t it amazing?


iOS 9 Downgrade Tool Allows Getting back to 8.4.1 on iPhone 5, 5c, 4s

The ordinary way to downgrade iOS to 8.4.1 is not available to iPhone users because Apple stop signing this firmware version when it released iOS 9. If you have the iPhone 5, 4s or 5c you can still get back to the older operating system.

iOS 8.4.1 downgrade tool was developed by tihmstar. His program OdysseusOTA was used to help iPhone 4s owners return from iOS 8 to 6.1.3 without issues. Now this program is updated and you can use OdysseusOTA 2 on iPhone 4s, 5 or 5c to either downgrade from iOS 9 to 8.4.1 or update from iOS 7 to 8.4.1.

Downgrade to iOS 8.4.1 on iPhone 5 5c 4s

How to Downgrade iPhone 5 to iOS 8.4.1 Guide

Step 1. Firstly you should be jailbroken. If you don’t jailbreak iOS 9 with Pangu or iOS 7 with Evasi0n or Pangu you are not able to get OdysseusOTA program.

Step 2. If you are jailbroken you can upgrade or downgrade from supported platforms to iOS 8.4.1 [here are direct links for iOS 8.4.1 ipsw download] and the process is not too complicated.

Step 3. It happens that Apple is still signing OTAblobs for 8.4.1 platform for the three iPhone models.

Step 4. Download the zip file will commands you’ll need. Begin with the command on your Mac:

cd Desktop

cd odysseusOTA2

cd macos

You can watch the video on YouTube how to enter all the commands in order to reach your goal and create custom ipsw that you will need in order to downgrade successfully from any iOS version to iOS 8.4.1.

Step 5. Launch Cydia and install OpenSSH on your iPhone.

Step 6. Your iPhone and Mac have to be connected to the same WiFi network. You’ll have to find out your ip address.

Step 7. You can download SHSH blobs or skip this step.

Step 8. You should extract pwnediBSS using the command from the zip file.

Step 9. Use command from the zip file to copy files to your device [remember to adjust your ip address].

Step 10. Type ‘Yes’ in the command field.

Step 11. Enter the password ‘alpine.’

Step 12. Follow the commands using the video.

Step 13. You should downgrade successfully and run iOS 8.4.1 after you complete the guide.


Check This Guide Fixing iOS 8 Passcode Bootloop After Jailbreaking

Many users when using Cydia on a jailbroken iDevice faced with fix iOS 8 Passcode bootloop after jailbreak issue. This is one biggest problem. After Cydia is installed on a jailbroken iOS 8 iDevice Passcode puts the system into a bootloop.

This issue appeared not because of  Saurik or Pangu team. At current time this iOS 8 jailbreak is launched for developers. That’s why we better advice not to take an adventure as it is still updated. But there are allot of courageous users who want to try it at time when the jailbreak has just appeared.

Follow this steps to fix iOS 8 Passcode bootloop after jailbreak thanks to iDownloadblog . Using this guide the problem is solved. But we better recommend  you to wait for Saurik’s  release with updated Cydia build. You will take a risk if you do this but it up to you to decide.

Step 1: Install Pangu iOS 8.x. Jailbreak. During the jailbreaking please escape enabling any Passcode or Touch ID.

Step 2: Open the Pangu app and then install OpenSSH

Step 3: Download This folder contains the files needed to install Cydia and also a patch for the Passcode bootloop issue.

Step 4: Connect to your iPhone via CyberDuck (Windows users can use WinSCP)

Step 5: Put the two Cydia files to your iPhone’s /private/var/root/ directory

Step 6: Click Go , then Send Command:

dpkg --install cydia-lproj_1.1.12_iphoneos-arm.deb

Step 7: Then please reboot your iDevice.

Step 8: Navigate to /usr/libexec/cydia/ and overwrite the file with the patched file included in the file that was downloaded in step 3.

Step 9: Please reboot your iDevice again.

Step 10: Open Cydia and do any updates that are available. Although you may be asked to reboot upon installation.

Step 11: To test the system open Cydia and install Activator. This step will install all of the needed Substrate files.

Step 12: Add a Passcode to your iDevice by doing Settings > Passcode

Step 13: Then reboot your iDevice.

If your iDevice rebooted without a reboot loop. Great! You have just installed Cydia and used a Passcode.

For full detail guide please watch the video:


iPhone 6 Touch ID Hacked by Security Researcher

iPhone 6 Touch ID hack is possible, at least security researcher from Lookout who proved this a year ago repeats the experiment. Is Touch ID hacked on the most recent iPhone 6? According to Marc Rogers, it is hacked and it can be hacked, but the expert is still assure that Apple customers are safe right now and can use their brand new generation smartphones and not worry about hacks for iPhone 6.

iphone 6 touch id hack

Rogers doesn’t explain how to hack iPhone 6. Though it might look simple and easy, this is actually pretty difficult. Thus, expert believes that users can safely use their handset and depend on Touch ID sensor. Creating iPhone 6 fake fingerpint is very hard. Rogers did this by boiling a copy of a fingerprint that he got from a different surface. And once he got a fake print he used to to trick the Touch ID iPhone 6 sensor and unlock it to the home screen.

It’s not that simple to make a fake fingerprint for tricking iPhone 6 Touch ID as you have to create a print, make a high-resolution copy of it with the help of a specific printer and transfer it to a special film. Making molds is a real science that can’t be achieve by ordinary users.

It costs over $1,000 to make such a print and it takes several hours. The first attempt will never be successful. As Rogers say, this way very difficult and took him unlimited attempts to succeed. Criminals don’t have so many attempts and can’t spend so much time to unlock the gadget.

iPhone 6 users are safe… for now. Watch the video with iPhone 6 Touch ID hack:


What Is New in the Full iOS 8 Features Review?

The iOS 8 is the real discovery for all iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users and you can install iOS 8 here right now. And it is Apple’s biggest update to iOS ever. It was represented with huge amount of new features. In these two articles we will look through full iOS 8 features list.

If you are interested in new Apple device compare iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus features and specifications.

Interactive Notifications

With the help of the iOS 8 developers add custom actions to notifications like reply for messages, archive or trash for mails, decline/accept for calendar invites and so on. This is for real very useful application when you have to answer very fast to a message without leaving the current app. Or when you like a Facebook comment.

Interactive Notifications

Hey Siri

When you device is plugged in, by simply saying “Hey Siri” you can activate Siri on your iPhone or iPad handsfree .It is very helpful for those who are driving at that time and want to ask Siri for something, but don’t want to take eyes off the road.


The QuickType a new predictive typing system that iOS 8 includes. As soon as you start typing on the iOS Keyboard, system will offer three recommended words or phrases you’d probably type next. As Apple says that the suppositions will be made based on your past dialogues and  your writing style. It will also exploit the casual style you might use while sending text messages and the more formal language that you tend to use while sending an email.


AirDrop on Mac and iOS

AirDrop finally works across Mac and iOS. You’ll be able to send photos, videos, links and files from your iPhone or iPad to Mac, and vice versa.

AirDrop on Mac and iOS

SMS and Phone calls on iPad and Mac

You’ll be able to make and receive phone calls on your Mac and iPad with iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite. As long as your iPhone signed into the same iCloud account and is nearby your Mac or iPad. When a call comes in, your Mac pops up a notification with the caller’s name, number and photo. Of course along with the option to answer or decline. The notification also shows you that the call is coming via your iPhone. SMS  has got a similar feature from the Apple too, where you could send and receive SMSes on your Mac and iPad.

SMS and Phone calls on iPad and Mac


Widgets is the feature that we had long been waiting for. Widgets will be available in the Today tab in Notification Center and on the lock screen. Apple added a number of widgets, including eBay, for viewing wish list items and bids and SportsCenter for viewing scores and headlines.



A new feature in iOS 8 and Mac that lets developers enable users to transition from iOS to Mac, and vice-versa, is Handoff. It detects your devices in proximity. And as long as they’re signed into the same iCloud account, it lets them talk to each other. So you can pick up the same Numbers document you were working on your Mac, on your iPad, by just sliding up the Numbers icon on the lock screen.

HandoffCustom Keyboards

Now with the help of iOS 8 third-party developers can  replace the built-in keyboard with their own keyboard using system-wide. A lot of popular keyboard makers like Swype, SwiftKey, Flesky and TouchPal claime that they had  iOS 8 keyboards available on launch day.

Custom Keyboards

Tab view in Safari for iPad

iOS 8 brings the Tab view to Safari on the iPad. The Tab view on Safari is more organized, as tabs from the same site are grouped together. And the tabs open on your other devices are nicely arranged below the tabs.

You can switch to the new Safari tab view with a two or three-finger pinch gesture as you can see in the video below, which is quite cool.

Smart Editing

The developers have also improved the editing features. They added smart adjustments to fix light and color using a simple slider. After you’ve clicked the photo you can also straighten it and adjust the crop. There’s a circular dial that lets you further adjust the degree of rotation. Don’t worry because all edits you make are synced to all your iDevices with iCloud.

Smart Editing

Photo Search

Apple has finally added a search button to the Photos app with iOS 8. Just tap on it and find photos based on date, time, location, or album name. You also get suggestions as you type, as well as recent searches, so that you can easy find what you’re looking for as soon as possible.

Photo Search

Share Extensions

With iOS 8, the sharing system became more neoteric. Apple let app developers provide their own sharing options in other apps. So instead of an app developer integrated Pinterest in their own app.As the result Pinterest itself could tell iOS to show the Pinterest share option where ever a photo is to be shared.

Share Extensions

Family Sharing

iOS 8 introduces a new feature called Family Sharing. Which lets members of a same family without having to pay for separate downloads share apps between each other.


Photo Editing

The iOS 8 developers let you access your favorite app’s photo or video editing interface. You can make changes and save the edited photo. And it is all without leaving the Photos app. In the future Apple will set Instagram, VSCO cam or Aviary could have their own interface pop up within the Photos app. And you will have a chance to apply your favorite filters and presets without jumping through multiple apps.

Photo Editing

Action Extensions

An action extension has huge power. It “helps users view or transform content within the context of another app.” The action extension Apple demoed was Bing’s translator. It could translate selected text in Safari into a different language. Working on the same data with multiple apps was certainly possible but hard in earlier iOS versions.

Action Extensions

iCloud Drive

A new iCloud feature is iCloud Drive. It lets use iCloud as a Google or Dropbox Drive alternative. It exists as a single folder on iOS and Mac devices. In this folder all files and subfolders are synced. You can use iCloud Drive to work on a single document ,without creating any unnecessary copies, across different iOS apps.

iCloud Drive

Document Provider

Apple made it much easier to deal with files across multiple apps. Services like Dropbox, Google Drive etc. can now define themselves as “Storage Providers”. So now it is very easy work on a single file from multiple apps without creating unnecessary copies. Because that apps that deal with files can store and retrieve files stored in these services without any hassles.

Document Provider

Touch ID in third-party apps

With the help of the iOS 8 Touch ID is becoming even more useful. Because app developers will be able to let users log in to their own services with their fingerprints. It means that it will be much more convenient than typing your username and password each time you log in.

Touch ID in third-party apps
Safari saved passwords available in native apps

The Safari saved password database is synced across your iPhone, iPad and Mac. That’s why third party apps can now access saved passwords and other AutoFill info from Safari as long as both of them point to the same domain. This will make it a lot easier to login to native apps. One more addition is that apps can also add passwords to Safari’s AutoFill info. So that the same credentials get reflected across all your devices.

Scan Credit Card to autofill payment info

You don’t have to go through the hassle of entering number of credit card manually. Because In iOS 8, Safari includes a new feature that will allow users to scan a credit card with their iPhone or iPad’s camera. This feature is also used to add a credit card or debit card to Apple’s new Apple Pay mobile payments system.

Siri’s Shazam song recognition

Usage the  Shazam or Soundhound for identification what song is playing by letting the app record a portion of the song. Now this functionality is built into Siri. You can simply ask Siri “What song is this?”. And the system starts listening to get a sample of the song. When the song is recognised. The Siri shows a button to open the Shazam app for more info and  a link to buy the song.

Time Lapse mode in Camera

iOS 8 adds to the Camera app a new Time Lapse video mode. Time lapse photography is a technique where photos are clicked with long time intervals between them. So that the sequence appears to “lapse”, when played together at a normal frame rate.

Per app Battery usage

OS X Mavericks added a really useful feature that let you zero down on apps that were consuming significant energy. iOS 8 add a similar option to let you see battery usage by app. The result is that the next time you see an unusual battery drop, you know who to blame.



Watch Apple iPhone 6 Event Online [Direct Live Streaming]

Today is September 9 [09.09.02014]. This is the day when Apple officially introduces its next iPhone 6 and other products we’ll see this fall. The famous iPhone 6 live stream event is something that is must-see and you have this chance to watch it online.

The countdown has already begun! The announcement will be made today in California. The public will finally get a view of the new generation iOS smartphone that had so many rumors and leaks people can’t wait to see it in person.

ios 8 beta 5 update

iPhone 6 live coverage is offered directly by Apple as this company has even created a separate page on its official site where it will stream its special event. Right now it features the countdown timer but in less than 6 hours it will show us everything Apple introduces today to its guests who got invitations for this media event.

The live streaming starts at 1 p.m. EDT and 10 a.m. PDT. You can watch this event from your Mac through Safari browser if you have OS X 10.6.8 or newer version and on iPhone and iPad with iOS 6.0+ firmware versions.

Apple TV users can also watch the Apple iPhone live event online if they have software starting at 5.0.2 version and later.

If you want to watch Apple iPhone event online from Windows and other devices, use this official link:


Users Are Already Lining Up at 5th Avenue Store for Apple iPhone 6

Apple Store U.S. iPhone 6 release is planned for September 19th but this date hasn’t been confirmed by the company yet which holds it annual smartphone event on September 9. Still, as for September 4 customers are already waiting in line in front of the famous 5th Avenue Apple store in New York City wishing to buy iPhone 6 as soon as it appears on the store shelves.

There is still no confirmation on the iPhone 6 specs, release date in 2014 and price though the rumors suggest that this model will cost more than previous versions of the iconic device. The unusual iPhone 6 line up means that these customers are going to spend about 16 days in line in front of the store!

Of course, there are a lot of people who are standing in this line only to get media attention. It might be even Apple’s new campaign to attract as many potential customers as possible to its next major smartphone line upgrade. Still there are some campers who are really waiting in line to purchase the new handset right on its official release date.

iphone 6 line up

Some people might represent a business and others are simply helping someone to purchase the iPhone 6 and earn some money as well as it’s not a secret that some consumers are willing to pay hundreds of bucks to get their hands on the most recent smartphone model as quickly as it lands in stores.

According to CNBC interview with some people from the 5th Avenue store line, some campers are waiting in line beginning from August 31, 2014. Some people will later sell their place in this line for over $1,000…

You can watch the video with the iPhone 6 line up campers to hear more:


Use R-SIM 9 S Unlocking to Open iPhone 5S for Any SIM Card

R-Sim 9 S is the activation chip that working together with your SIM card. This turbo SIM unlock allows you to unlock iPhone 5S iOS 7 from the operator and activate idevice. This solution is much better and easy to use that its predecessors thanks to the new Smart menu, and compatibility with almost all the operators in the world, as well as all the 256K / 128K / 64K / 32K 2G, 3G, 4G SIM cards.


Gold iPhone 5S Images Leaked Online Along With Different Parts

Every time you are waiting for some new device made by Apple the first you want to find out how it looks like. The same situation is with iPhone 5S and it’s coming release date.

now Apple is going to release gold iPhone 5S and you can see it on the images below. According to Engadget:

Tired of Apple offering iPhones solely in black or white? If photos obtained by MacBoutic are accurate, you’ll get some variety soon… and some bling, for that matter. The repair shop’s images reportedly show an iPhone 5S shell in a simulated gold color, supporting recent spec predictions from KGI analyst (and frequent AppleInsider tipster) Ming-Chi Kuo. While it’s difficult to verify the snapshots when MacBoutic has erased all logos, this doesn’t look like an aftermarket project; the hue extends to normally inaccessible parts of the phone, for example. As a result, we won’t be surprised if we see a flashy gold iPhone at Apple’s rumored September 10th event.

And now just check out the photos of the gold-colored iPhone and parts:

photo iPhone 5S Coque Chassis Or

photo iPhone 5S Coque Chassis Or

photo iPhone 5S Coque Chassis Or

photo iPhone 5S Coque Chassis Or

Photo du Capteur de proximité - iPhone 5S

Photo du dock de rechargement assemblé avec différents éléments - iPhone 5S

Photo du Haut Parleur - iPhone 5S

Photo du Vibreur - iPhone 5S