The other day, my son showed me that the screen on his iPad Mini 2 had started flickering. Sure enough, I checked it out and there are horizontal lines flickering across the display. Bummer.
We’re in the process of switching from Dish Network to DirecTV. Unfortunately, the DirecTV app for iOS doesn’t work on jailbroken devices. I’m not really sure why they bother blocking jailbreakers, but they do. Pretty annoying, huh?
Well, I found a a few spare moments to test out the Absinthe jailbreak for my iPhone 4S. As a reminder, the 2.0 version is an untethered jailbreak for iOS 5.1.1 that even works on A5-powered devices. Sadly, it didn’t go as planned.
At long last! The untethered jailbreak for A5 devices running iOS 5.1 is finally available. It’s been released under the moniker Absinthe 2.0, and I’m excited. I’m on the road so I haven’t been able to try it myself, but…
If you’re buying a new iPad and have opted for the 4G LTE connectivity (good move, btw), you might be wondering if you should buy the Verizon or the AT&T version. As it turns out, the two options aren’t as similar as you might think.
According to multiple sources, the mobile hotspot functionality on the new iPad will be included in Verizon’s iPad 4G data plan, but AT&T won’t support it. Of course, if you decide to jailbreak your iPhone, MyWi makes this a moot point. But still…
With yesterday’s announcement of a third-generation iPad, you might be wondering which one you should buy. I know I am. With that in mind, I’m going to walk you through my thought process.