iOS 13.5 Unc0ver 5.0 Jailbreak For All iPhones and iPads Released

The Unc0ver team has just released Unc0ver 5.0.0 that supports jailbreaking all iPhones and iPads running iOS 13.5, the very latest release of the OS. The update to the jailbreaking tool relies on a new 0-day exploit which allows jailbreaking iOS 11 – iOS 13.5. While there have been quite a few iOS 13 jailbreak tools, they have all had a catch or two. Checkra1n, for example, is based on the Checkm8 bootrom exploit and while it can jailbreak iOS 13 – iOS 13.4, it only supports iPhone X and…

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How to Enable and Disable COVID-19 Exposure Notifications on iPhone

In response to Coronavirus pandemic, Apple and Google partnered to develop contact-tracing technology to help global health authorities to track the COVID-19 spread. Both companies have released the first version of the exposure notification API for Android and iOS devices. Starting with the iOS 13.5 update on iPhone, you can enable the COVID-19 exposure logging on the device. Follow the steps to turn on exposure notifications on the iPhone. How Does Contact Tracing Using Exposure Notifications Work? Here is how it works. The exposure notification API will use Bluetooth on…

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Here Is How iOS 14 Was Leaked and Circulated Months before Its Release

It is a well-known secret that security researchers and hackers already have a copy of iOS 14. The upcoming iOS has been leaked considerably and we already know what to expect. Leaks pertaining to unreleased iOS is not something new and happens almost every year. However this time, researchers and hackers seem to have gotten their hands on iOS 14 as early as December 2019. Origin of iOS 14 Leak Apple releases new iOS in September alongside new iPhones. In other words, the iOS 14 has been leaked literally eight…

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Leak: Apple Working on ‘Steve Jobs Heritage Edition’ AR Glasses

There have been quite a few leaks surrounding the Apple Glass this week. Leaker Jon Prosser claimed that Apple plans on unveiling the Apple Glass in Q4 2020 or early 2021 and price then for $499. Now, the leaker is claiming that Apple is also working on a ‘Steve Jobs Heritage Edition’ of the AR glasses. This tidbit was shared by Prosser on the latest episode of the Cultcast podcast (around the 57 min mark). He claims that the “Steve Jobs Heritage Edition” Apple Glass would be similar to the…

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How to Disable Moving Faces in Group FaceTime Video Calls

Video call usage is skyrocketing. Almost every company out there including WhatsApp, Google Duo, Microsoft Teams, etc. are ramping their video call offering with new features and tweaks. Among them, FaceTime looks to be the default choice for iPhone users.  And why not? It’s easy to set up, offers adequate features, and up to 32 people can join a group video call on FaceTime. During group FaceTime video calls, Apple enlarges the tile of the person addressing the meetup. This feature is called Automatic Prominence and Apple does this to…

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This iMac Concept with Pro Display XDR Design Looks Stunning

Apple hasn’t updated the design of the iMac in years, and everyone is hoping that the company would give us an awesome new design with this year’s release. While we still have a few months left before the launch of 2020 iMac, a french student is offering us a look at a stunning iMac concept that borrows design cues from the Pro Display XDR. The new iMac concept from 20-year-old engineering student Kevin Kal offers us a more believable design when compared to the iMac G4-inspired concept that we saw…

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iOS 13.5 Jailbreak From Unc0ver for All iPhones and iPads Coming Soon

The Unc0ver team today took to Twitter to announce that they are soon going to release unc0ver 5.0 that will support jailbreaking every signed iOS version on any iPhone or iPad using a 0-day kernel vulnerability. This means that the upcoming release of Unc0ver will also be able to jailbreak the recently released iOS 13.5. What this means is that if you had been running an older version of iOS 13 on your iPhone or iPad in hopes of a jailbreak, you can now install the iOS 13.5 update on…

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iOS 13.5 and iPadOS 13.5 Features: What’s New

Apple today released iOS 13.5 which is likely going to be the last major point release of the OS before the company announces iOS 14 at WWDC 2020 next month. iOS 13.4 would have been the last major iOS 13 release but the COVID-19 pandemic required Apple to release another major update for the OS with some changes. In this article, learn about all the iOS 13.5 and iPadOS 13.5 features, improvements, and bug fixes. All the changes that Apple has introduced in iOS 13.5 are for a world with…

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Apple Releases iOS 13.5 and iPadOS 13.5 with Exposure Notification API for Contact Tracing Apps

Apple today released the iOS 13.5 update for all compatible iPhones and iPads. The release does not bring any major new features, though it does tweak some existing ones to make them work better in a post-COVID 19 world. The main highlight of the update is that it introduces an official Exposure Notification API for contact tracing that health government bodies across the world can use for their contact tracing app to fight COVID-19. Apple and Google have worked together on this API to make it cross-compatible between Android and iPhones.…

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Your iPhone Might Soon Stop Showing AT&T’s ‘5GE’ Network Indicator

AT&T’s 5GE network indicator that you sometimes see on your iPhone might soon go away. The National Advertising Review Board (NARB) in the US has asked AT&T to discontinue its marketing 5G E and 5G Evolution marketing claims, terming them as misleading. AT&T was displaying the ‘5GE’ network label on smartphones instead of ‘LTE’ where advanced forms of 4G LTE networks with three-way carrier aggregation (3CA), 4×4 MIMO, and 256-QAM are available. However, that’s not real 5G, and it was misleading many consumers. People with 4G iPhones (running iOS 12.2…

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