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Jailbreak for All iOS 13.5 Devices Close to Release, Claim Hackers - MacRumors
The team behind the "unc0ver" jailbreaking tool for iOS has announced an upcoming version of its software that can patch "every signed...
The team behind the "unc0ver" jailbreaking tool for iOS has announced an upcoming version of its software that can patch "every signed iOS version on every device" using a zero-day kernel vulnerability by Pwn20wnd, a renowned iOS hacker. If the claims are true, that would mean Apple's latest flagship devices like the iPhone 11, iPhone SE, and 2020 iPad Pro can be jailbroken, even if they're running iOS 13.5, which was released only yesterday. This would be a significant development in the jailbreaking community, second only to last year's surprise announcement of "checkm8," an exploit found on nearly every chip made by Apple, which paved the way for a permanent, non-patchable jailbreak on hundreds of millions of affected iOS devices. "Checkm8" was the first publicly available boot room exploit for iOS devices since the iPhone 4 in 2010. We are going to release #unc0ver 5.0.0 with support for every signed iOS version on every device using a 0day kernel vulnerability from @Pwn20wnd in sponsorship with https://t.co/l4SDOTDUla very soon. Update your devices to 13.5 and follow our progress on https://t.co/cNIUANaJr2. — unc0ver Team (@unc0verTeam) May 21, 2020 The unc0ver team didn't say when the updated tool would be released, but final stability tests are currently being performed, according to their website. "Checkra1n," another jailbreaking tool made by the same security researcher responsible for the "checkm8" exploit, is presently the only way to unlock devices up to the iPhone 8 and iPhone X, which use Apple's A11 Bionic chip.
When to Expect New AirPods, Including Rumored 'Studio' and 'X' Models - MacRumors
Rumors suggest that Apple plans to expand its AirPods lineup with two new models later this year, including high-end, over-ear "AirPods...
But Home, sport, and quality in-ear should all be the same product. There is no consumer reason for their to be different products for each. The subdivision is to sell more airpods not to provide a better experience. Maybe so, yeah. There could be a design compromise in there somewhere that could better fit both needs but bear with me for a secondPersonal, anecdotal-evidence time: I hate the over-ear hoops of the BeatsXbut I could see if someone were running or doing some sort of HIIT in the gym it would make sense. I prefer over-ear (assuming Studio) at home or at work because Ill wear them 5-8 hours a day and I find it less fatiguing; and Studios should have improved battery life over standard AirPods. Standard AirPods on the go because thats what I own. Id never wear a chunky over-ear out on a walk because where do I stow them when I get to the coffee shop? Im willing to pay for two products to solve these two problems. Its up to us to empathize with other users in the ecosystem: perhaps they have mobility issues or some use-case you didnt think of? Thats a big portion of a designers job and design-thinking. My 85-year-old aunt has arthritic hands and cant handle the AirPods Pro but appreciates the ANC noise reduction. Your (our, everyones) tolerance for cost or desire for additional purchases may differ from mine and thats okay. Both opinions are valid. Given Apples tens of thousands of engineers and the IP already having been developed via Beats, is it that much of a distraction to further include others in the userbase? usually choice is good...but this is getting ridiculous. 4 different apple headphones? thats a bit much i think. Same with the Apple pencil. There should only be one Apple pencil. I would love to use my apple pencil 2 that i got for my 11 ipad pro on my ipad mini 5 but cant. I guess that wont happen until all the ipads get the same flat edged design. Eventually. Cause the charging method for the first gen apple pencil is HORRIBLE & very un-Apple like. THIS. The Pencil point is a good one. I think theres far more valid confusion over Pencil 1 vs Pencil 2 support than do I buy over ear vs in-ear headphones? At least the Logitech Crayon is targeted at kids (etc) who have differing dexterity than adults and makes a clear case for its existence.
iPhone 12 Logic Board Appears to Have Leaked - MacRumors
An alleged photo of an iPhone 12 or iPhone 12 Pro logic board is circulating on social media, as noted by the Twitter account L0vetodream. It is...
An alleged photo of an iPhone 12 or iPhone 12 Pro logic board is circulating on social media, as noted by the Twitter account L0vetodream. It is unclear exactly which model the board corresponds with at this time or if it is legitimate. The board does not provide us with many visual clues, but one notable aspect is that it has a more elongated design as opposed to the more compact boards seen in recent higher-end iPhone models. Fine print indicates that the board was manufactured in the 40th week of 2019, aka the first week of October. It appears that Samsung will remain one of Apple's suppliers of flash storage for iPhones. Earlier this month, leaker Jon Prosser claimed that the entire iPhone 12 lineup will start with 128GB of storage, up from 64GB currently.
HomePod 'Sold Out' on Apple's Online Store - MacRumors
Apple's $299 HomePod is no longer able to be purchased from the online store because it's been out of stock since this morning. Both...
Apple's $299 HomePod is no longer able to be purchased from the online store because it's been out of stock since this morning. Both the white and space gray versions of the HomePod are currently listed as "Sold Out" on Apple's website, perhaps due to supply chain issues. There's no word on when the HomePod might be back in stock from Apple, but customers who want to purchase one can still order from stores like Best Buy and B&H Photo. There have been rumors suggesting Apple is working on a new low-cost, smaller version of the HomePod that will be released at some point later this year, but the current shortage is most likely a supply problem.