Famous iOS developer Sentry has posted a new vine teasing his latest jailbreak tweak, Apex 2. The upcoming tweak apparently allows users to group apps with different gestures.
Apex 2 pretty much eliminates the need to use folders on your iOS device. Instead, swiping on an app icon will reveal other apps grouped behind it. It’s definitely an interesting approach and we’re very excited to give it a try.
What do you think? Will you be giving Apex 2 a go when it’s released?
It should generally be a rule of thumb that if your idevice is jailbroken, you should stay away from brand new software updates. So we’d like to remind all of you jailbreakers out there to hold off on updating your devices to iOS 7.0.6. Famous jailbrekaer MuscleNerd tweeted earlier today:
“Same advice as last time! Stay away from 7.0.6 if jailbroken, and we'll update evasi0n7 if possible (this sounds like an important fix!)”
We’ll keep you posted as we learn more info so stay tuned!
The wildly popular BiteSMS 8.0 app has just gotten out of beta and is now officially available to download, bringing support for both iOS 7 and the iPhone 5s. Most jailbreakers are already familiar with the app but for those of you who aren’t, you’ll definitely want to check it out.
Apple has taken a number of steps to patch the iOS 7 Evasi0n jailbreak in the lastest iOS 7.1 software. In the fourth beta of iOS 7.1, which was released two weeks ago, Apple patched the kernel exploit used in the popular Evasi0n jailbreak tool. Today, Apple takes things one step further with the release of the fifth beta, patching the AFC sandbox as well…
We were all excited to see Apple seed out iOS 7.1 beta 4 to developers yesterday, but it may actually not be all good news. After digging around in the new software, iH8sn0w has discovered that Apple may have patched the kernel exploit used in the iOS 7 jailbreak...
Not much later after the new mobile Substrate for iOS 7, Saurik released an update for the Substrate Safe Mode allowing it to be compatible with newer firmware and A7 devices such as the iPhone 5s and iPad Air.
evasi0n7 1.0.3 was released but soon after another update was needed for the Retina iPad mini. The new fix is a security update for the untethered jailbreak tool. This is an important update so be sure to update to the new version ASAP.
There aren't many iOS 7 ready app launchers in Cydia yet. There is Swipey, which lets you launch multiple apps from the Lock screen, but it costs a couple bucks. If you only care about one app very much, and aren't so concerned with a feature that will have you enter your passcode regardless then Fav will do just fine for you. It's available in Cydia's default repos, free of charge. Check out the rest of the article for a short video from a YouTuber and a few more details.