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Wednesday, 15 January 2014

Jailbreak IOS 7

ios 7 jailbreak
Step 1: Download evasi0n7 for Windows via our downloads page.
Step 2: Extract the download onto your desktop and open the evasi0n folder. Right click on the evasi0n.exe file and select Run as administrator. If a User Access Control window pops up, choose yes.
Step 3: Make sure your device passcode is disabled, if you ever set one up. To disable your passcode lock, go to Settings > General > Passcode Lock > and choose Turn Passcode Off.
Step 4: Plug in your iDevice to your PC.
Step 5: You should see a message on the tool that it has detected your device, and the Jailbreak button should become clickable.
Step 6: To begin the jailbreak process, click that button and sit back and let the app do its thing.
Step 7: Eventually, you’ll be asked to tap the evasi0n7 icon on your device’s Home screen, which will complete the process. 

Step 8: Once the jailbreak process has completed, you’ll be taken to your Lock screen. From there, you can Slide to unlock your device and where you’ll find the Cydia icon on your Home screen’s second page.
And that’s all there is to it. The entire process takes around 5 minutes, and your device will reboot a few times. If the process gets stuck at any point, it’s safe to restart the program, reboot the device (if necessary by holding down Power and Home), and rerun the process.
It’s worth restating that Saurik was caught by surprise, as we all were, with this release, so he hasn’t had the chance to test things out yet. As such, we imagine you’ll run into issues with both Cydia and your favorite tweaks, so be prepared for initial compatibility issues.

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10 best Winterboard themes for iOS 7

Zanilla 2

Zanilla theme
There is not much else to say about this theme asides from the fact that it’s absolutely beautiful. While many third-party apps still require custom icons, which will be added over time, the ones that are currently themed look very good. Zanilla 2 has drop shadows much like Solstice does below, and the general color scheme of this theme is quite nice. Surprisingly, Zanilla 2 is currently without a home on Cydia. To get this theme, you’ll have to download it from this deviantART page and manually place the Zanilla.theme file in the Winterboard directory /Library/Themes/ using a tool such as iFile, iExplorer or iFunBox. Expect it to hit a repository soon.

Soft Remix for iOS 7

Soft Remix theme
Easily one of my favorite themes on this list, Soft Remix for iOS 7 is a new take on the popular Suave HD theme. What I like best about Soft Remix is that it makes the Home screen icons slightly smaller, with so-called “squircle” edges, and has custom icons for some apps I wasn’t expecting—BlackBerry Messenger, IMDb, SoundCloud and a few others. Third-party apps without custom icons don’t stand out like an eyesore with this theme, and more icon requests are being fulfilled by designer Eduardo Lopez as we speak. Soft Remix for iOS 7 is free on Cydia in the BigBoss repository.


M flat theme
We’ve been seeing quite a few ports of M’flat icons popping up in the theming community over the past week or so, and this collection with several dozen custom icons for third-party apps is worth a mention. M’flat in my opinion is a nature-oriented theme, with lots of off-green, grey, blue and outdoors icons. Better yet, even more icons are in the process of being added. Since this is another theme not hosted on Cydia yet, you’ll need to manually place the M’flat iOS 7.theme file in the Winterboard directory /Library/Themes/ using a tool such as iFile, iExplorer or iFunBox.

1derful HD and 1Derland

1derful theme
1Derland theme
We recently highlighted the new challenges that theme makers face because of the way iOS 7 is built, and Tim Collins is certainly one of those people. Nevertheless, he has gone ahead and issued iOS 7 and 64-bit patches for his popular 1derful HD and 1Derland HD themes. While these themes are intended to skin the entire user interface, limitations of iOS 7 will — at least for now — limit the both to providing custom icons on the Home screen. While the themes don’t have a tremendous amount of icons, they both look nice and can be yours for $2.99 each on the Cydia Store.


Rocket Sauce Theme
Collins is also the creative brainchild behind RocketSauce, another well-designed theme that he recently patched for Winterboard on iOS 7 and 64-bit devices. RocketSauce was another theme that used to skin the entire iOS user interface, but currently just customizes the SpringBoard icons with fog-like curved edges. Collins will be issuing updates to this theme to add functionality back where possible, although it will take time. RocketSauce can be yours for $2.99 in the Cydia Store.


Solstice theme
Solstice takes the stock iOS 7 icons and redefines them with long shadows and a slightly less eye-popping color palette. The theme currently supports over 90 apps, with designer John Bussell vowing to add more every day. A shortlist of popular third-party apps with custom icons so far includes Alien Blue, Facebook, Google Maps, Rdio, SoundCloud, Twitter, Vine, WhatsApp and YouTube. Solstice is free on Cydia in the ModMyi repository.

Space Blueberry

Space Blueberry theme
A theme that I have previously covered, Space Blueberry by Gionata gives over 70 of your Home screen icons a slightly more cartoon or flat appearance. The new and improved Game Center, Music, Reminders and Safari icons look much better in particular, compared to their original designs. If you have an iPhone or iPod touch, download Space Blueberry on Cydia for free in the ModMyi repository. Unfortunately, this theme is currently incompatible with iPad.


Flat7 theme
With a claimed 60,000-plus downloads, Flat7 has emerged as one of the leading iOS 7 themes for iPhone and iPod touch so far. The theme overhauls all Apple stock icons, in addition to a growing number of third-party apps, with a more consistent and flat design. Additionally, you can enable one of two different overlays in Winterboard to make the icons circular or hexagonal in shape. Flat7 is the work of iOS designer Nick Viveiros, and can be grabbed for free from the BigBoss repository on Cydia. iPad support coming.


Oil7 theme
Oil7 is a redesign of Flat7 with an oil-based paint finish, and also includes some additional icon that the latter doesn’t have yet. All stock apps have custom icons, alongside several popular third-party apps. While this isn’t my favorite theme on the list, it might pique the curiosity of others. Oil7 is the work of designer Zutx, and is available now as a free download from Cydia on the BigBoss repository. Give it a try.

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Monday, 8 July 2013

What's New in iOS 7 Beta 3

Here is an extensive list of what's new in iOS 7 beta 3 which Apple seeded to developers today.

● New fonts in Weather app

● Tweaked clock icon in control center

● Clock now shows when you play music

● New App Store tabs

● New downloading animation for app installs

● Slightly tweaked notification center UI (text messages texts are now transparent as well)

● Calendar now show an indicator when you have an event

● Dictionary now works

● Signal strength and battery status bar seem to be larger on the lock screen.

● Podcast app, eBay app and more now work

● Safari keyboard has no .com button anymore (hold period button instead)

● New font in Settings and Messages app via Cabel

● Music player app has new tabs as well

● Mail has tweaked search bar and pull to refresh

● Wallpaper preview in Settings now shows iOS 7 lock screen instead of iOS 6, tweaked UI

● New UI for arranging tab-bar icons

● Control Center has a grabber in full screen apps now
● iTunes Radio has new slider/discovery feature
● Video player top bar is now one shade with the status bar
● You can now download full albums from iCloud if you have iTunes Match
● Now Playing is fully displayed now
● New mute/silent feature in iPad Control Center
● Game Center UI Tweaks
● has new feedback when pressing a key
● New Wifi Diagnostics mode
● Siri navigation, access and voice has been updated
● Spotlight search as new animation
● Tapping a song in now playing screen lets you rate the song
● New fade animation when pressing the power button (time background and status bar)
● Folders are more transparent
● You can now use apps while they're updating
● New animation when compressing video to be shared in message/email
● Boot up no longer shows spinning wheel
● Opening Messages no longer opens to unread message but instead opens to the main list view
● New animation when moving mail into a folder [Thanks Luay]
● When emailing a passbook pass, it appears as a pass in the email [Thanks Kronos]
● The charging lightning bolt indicator no longer blinks, it is now static [Thanks Kamatis]
● Safari has new bolder loading bar, private browsing UI tweaks and tab/bookmark changes on the iPad [Thanks Mackan1]
● Overall speed improvements, bug fixes and battery improvements have been reported, but not verified.

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Sunday, 7 July 2013

iPhone 6. Concept

iPhone 6
The only way to create a true edge-to-edge display is to remove the edge all together.

The current iPhone 5 manufacturing process while inventive, innovative and stunning, is highly complicated and was accompanied by a steep learning curve for those involved in the process.  The iPhone 6 concept takes mobile innovation to the next level by combining aluminum with carbon-fiber to create a seamless unibody enclosure that increases strength while decreasing weight.  Carbon fiber alone is perfectly rigid and doesn't bend.  Because of this, any hard impact will cause it to shatter.  Aluminum is not as rigid as carbon fiber but does provide some flexibility as it can bend without breaking.  By creating an aluminum-carbon fiber comosite hybrid enclosure, the iPhone 6 earns a 40% weight reducton and 60% strength increase.  It wil not shatter when dropped or dent.  Scratches are a thing of the past and may upset the aftermarket case industry.  The manufacturing process for such an enclosure has already been used, tried and tested.  Current manufacturing processes can be combined with Apple's friction-stir welding already being used on the latest iMac design.  

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