Apple Adds DNS Encryption Support for iOS 14 and macOS Big Sur

Apple announced that iOS 14 and macOS Big Sur will support encrypted DNS communication at a developer conference. Unencrypted DNS communication takes place using plain text and anyone in your WiFi network or even ISP can snoop on your web traffic. In other words, anyone between your device and resolver will be able to intercept DNS queries in Normal DNS. There are two mechanisms for encrypting DNS queries, DNS-over-HTTPS (DOH) and DNS-over-TLS (DoT). Both the mechanisms support DNS encryption for a phone, desktop, and even individual apps. Since the queries…

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iOS 14 Jailbreak: Checkra1n and Cydia Shown Running on iPhone X

It has been only a few days since Apple released the first beta of iOS 14 to developers and the jailbreaking community has already sprung to action. One of the team members behind checkra1n jailbreak has posted a photo showing the tool successfully installed on an iPhone X running iOS 14. Another member from the team, Sam Binger, has also posted a photo showing Cydia on an iPhone X running iOS 14. The Checkra1n jailbreak tool is based on a low-level checkm8 bootrom exploit which affects iPhone X and older…

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How to Downgrade iOS 14 Beta to iOS 13.5.1

Installed iOS 14 beta 1 on your iPhone and now looking to downgrade back to iOS 13.5.1 because some of the apps you use on a daily basis are not working? Apple might not provide a guide on how to downgrade your iPhone back to iOS 13 but worry not as we have you covered. The method to downgrade your iPhone back to iOS 13 remains the same if you have ever downgraded your iPhone to an older version of iOS before. However, before you start with the process, there…

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The Best iOS 14 Features for iPhone

Apple yesterday announced iOS 14 and right after the keynote ended, the company was quick to release the first developer beta of the OS as well. iOS 14 does not bring any radical new changes, though it does overhaul the entire home screen experience in a big way. While we have already covered all the new iOS 14 features, but in this article, we will look at some of the best features of iOS 14. Do not write off iOS 14 thinking it is a minor update though. The small…

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How to Install iOS 14 Beta For Free Without Developer Account

Apple did not release a beta profile for the iOS 13 beta last year. This time around though, the company has made the beta profile as well as the IPSW available for download to developers. This means you can get the iOS 14 beta 1 OTA update on your iPhone as well. Even better, you don’t really need to be a developer for this. You just need to get your hands on the beta profile. Installing iOS 14 Beta on iPhone: Things to Know Create a backup of your iPhone…

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How to Download and Install watchOS 7 Beta on Apple Watch

WWDC 2020 was the most important Apple developer event we’ve experienced in the past few years, and the company unveiled watchOS 7 for Apple Watches during the event. The first developer beta of watchOS 7 has been released along with developer beta versions of the new versions of Apple’s other platforms. You can follow this simple, step-by-step guide to install watchOS 7 developer beta release on your compatible Apple Watch. First and foremost, you must know that you can’t downgrade your Apple Watch from watchOS 7 to watchOS 6 by…

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WWDC 2020: What to Expect from Apple’s Biggest Developer Conference

Later this month, Apple will be holding the 2020 edition of WWDC — its yearly conference aimed at developers. The coronavirus pandemic has forced Apple to hold WWDC virtually this time around. However, just like the last few years, the conference this year should be jam-packed with some exciting announcements. In fact, Apple says this will be the “biggest WWDC to date.” So, here’s everything that we expect Apple to announce at WWDC 2020 on June 22nd. Apple tends to focus on developers and its software offerings at WWDC, though…

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You Can Jailbreak iOS 13.5.5 Beta 1 Using Unc0ver, Downgrading from iOS 13.5.1 Also Possible

Apple stopped signing iOS 13.5 after releasing iOS 13.5.1 last week. The company was quick to stop signing iOS 13.5 as there was a zero-day security exploit in it that allowed for jailbreaking it. If you want to jailbreak your iPhone but accidentally upgraded it to iOS 13.5.1, don’t loose hope as there’s still a way for you to jailbreak it. The zero-day security vulnerability in iOS 13.5 is also present in the iOS 13.5.5 beta 1 which Apple is still signing. So, if your iPhone is currently running iOS…

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iOS 13.6 to Bring Greater Control over Automatic Downloading and Installation of iOS Updates

Apple released the second developer beta versions of iOS 13.6 and iPadOS 13.6 an hour ago. The company usually releases minor features and bug fixes with new iOS and iPadOS updates. With iOS 13.6 Beta 2 and iPadOS 13.6 Beta 2, a new feature has arrived that offers users greater control over automatic downloading and installation of operating system updates. The new update brings granular control over how an iOS or iPadOS device downloads and installs an operating system update. Users with devices running the new update can choose if…

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How to Downgrade iOS 13.5.1 to iOS 13.5 to Jailbreak Your iPhone

Last week, Apple released the iOS 13.5.1 update to patch the zero-day security exploit in iOS 13.5 that allowed for a jailbreak. The company is likely going to stop signing iOS 13.5 later this week or early next week, so if you have accidentally updated your iPhone to iOS 13.5.1, follow this guide to downgrade it back to iOS 13.5. iOS 13.5 is likely the last build of iOS that can be jailbroken. Apple is all set to announce iOS 14 later this month and after that, developers are likely…

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