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Things to know about a future iOS 7 jailbreak

November 14th, 2013 | de neluttu

First thing you need to know, the iOS 7 jailbreak is in the works. The evad3rs are working hard on exploiting iOS 7 bugs so we can enjoy the liberation of our iDevices soon.

Second, this next jailbreak tool will probably be just a new version of evasi0n updated for iOS 7 support. It will be compatible with all iDevices – iPods, iPhones and iPads. Sadly, there is no intel on an AppleTV jailbreak but who knows what the future brings. Read the rest

iOS 7 Activation Lock – Removing an iDevice from a previous owner’s account

October 14th, 2013 | de neluttu

You must have heard or read by now that iOS 7 has an activation lock option that prevents any unauthorized person to use / erase / restore an iDevice.

That’s really great, but what if you bought an iDevice that is currently activation locked to the previous owner’s account? You sure can’t use it! Unless, the previous owner removes that device from his Find my iPhone list.

For fun, let’s name the previous owner, “Raul”. If you want to activate Raul’s iPhone / iPad or iPod, you’ll have to contact him and ask him to follow these steps to remove the device from his account:

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iOS 7 Activation Lock

October 10th, 2013 | de neluttu

A great new feature in iOS 7 is the Activation Lock. When you enable Find My iPhone on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch running iOS 7, the Apple ID and password you use for iCloud is securely stored on Apple’s activation servers and linked to your device. From that point on, your password will be required before anyone can turn off Find My iPhone on your device, erase your device, or reactivate and use your device.

Sounds great, doesn’t it? Read the rest

iOS 7.x Phone app contacts bug

October 10th, 2013 | de neluttu

I don’t have and iDevice running an older iOS version, but from what I can remember, the Phone app provided a quick way to get back to your contacts list while you were in the search screen by pressing the lower “Contacts” button in the tab menu.

This option is not available in iOS 7, so if you want to exit the contacts search screen you *must* press the “Cancel” button. To be more clear, here’s a picture explaining what I mean:

I really don’t know why Apple removed this function, maybe the just forgot to implement it? Read the rest

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