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    by Published on 07-06-2014 05:34 PM
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    If you've seen the iOS 8 beta already, then you know that the upcoming quick reply functionality for text messages and iMessages is going to save you a lot of time so that you won't have to unlock your device and visit your Messages application to reply to incoming messages, or close out of the application you're in to reply to incoming messages.

    iOS developer Mohamed Marbouh has just released a new jailbreak tweak called Interactive Message Notifications that allows you to bring this great quick reply functionality to iOS 7 in the form of the iOS 8-styled interface, as shown above.
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    12 Comments  3124 Views
    by Published on 07-06-2014 04:32 PM
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    We just got done showing you LSWeather by iOS developer whynot, which allows you to put the current weather conditions outside on your iOS 7 Lock Screen where the slide to unlock text usually appears, but it's also worth noting that the same developer has also just released another jailbreak tweak called StatusbarWeather7 that allows you to put weather information in your iOS 7 Status Bar, and just like LSWeather, this tweak is pretty elegant.

    StatusbarWeather7 will allow you to either place the outside weather conditions right next to the time in your Status Bar, or you can replace the carrier ...
    3 Comments  1672 Views
    by Published on 07-06-2014 03:43 PM
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    If you're the type of person that likes keeping tabs on the weather conditions outside, but feel that the information could be made more readily available to you than by way of an application, then check out a new jailbreak tweak called LSWeather by iOS developer whynot.

    With LSWeather, which is shown in action above, you can replace the slide to unlock text on your Lock Screen with the weather conditions outside. It can show such information as the temperature outside, the high for the day, the low for the day, your current location, and even the weather conditions outside.

    The ...
    4 Comments  5681 Views
    by Published on 07-06-2014 02:57 PM
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    If you feel like it's time to spice up your iOS 7 device with a new theme, then we've got a few neat new themes to show you. On June 29th, we showed you five cool WinterBoard themes to check out, and we're always looking for more awesome themes to show you!

    For now, here are five more awesome WinterBoard themes that are worth checking out for your iOS 7 device. These aren't in any specific order, but they're all worthy of recognition. Check them out!

    1. Patience – $3.99


    The very first theme we'll be taking a look at this week is a theme called Patience. This theme was created by Zooropalg and it's ...
    0 Comments  1485 Views
    by Published on 07-06-2014 02:06 PM
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    In iOS 7, SpotLight search is accessed by pulling down on your application icons. Whether or not you use SpotLight is something you'll have to decide for yourself, but whether you do or not, you can take advantage of a neat new jailbreak tweak called Aslock by iOS developer Cunstuck.

    Aslock lets you use the SpotLight swipe gesture in iOS 7 for multiple things. You will still be able to open SpotLight with it, but depending on how you treat the gesture, you can also open your multitasking gesture or lock your device using the same gesture.

    For example, you can pull down on your Home Screen application ...
    3 Comments  4308 Views
    by Published on 07-06-2014 11:03 AM
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    Screensavers were introduced originally for computers to help prevent the burning of images into older CRT and plasma displays after being shown for a long period of time. On modern displays, this is much less of a problem, but we still like having screensavers to not only remain on the safe side, but also to give us a nice standby visual effect on the display for when we come back.

    If you want to add a timed screensaver to your iOS device too, then check out a new jailbreak tweak called Daydreaming (ScreenSaver) by iOS developer Youssef Eid.

    With this tweak installed, you can make your device display a screensaver after a certain ...
    26 Comments  9197 Views
    by Published on 07-05-2014 02:09 AM
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    A new service from the smartphone unlocking company, ChronicUnlocks, is offering iPhone users the ability to remove Apple’s activation Lock security feature that the company first introduced in iOS 7. For those of you who didn’t know, Activation Lock, a security feature that Apple announced alongside iOS 7, is supposed to be a theft deterrent. It does this by making it harder for lost and ...
    0 Comments  1961 Views
    by Published on 07-04-2014 12:08 PM
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    It has been reported that lovers of Apple located in Saudi Arabia will have a more direct link to Apple, as the company has partnered with major electronics and book retailer Jarir Bookstore. The Saudi Arabian based chain will be offering a full Apple product lineup and service to buyers. This agreement is somewhat groundbreaking for the iPhone making company, because it is believed that they ...
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    by Published on 07-04-2014 10:28 AM
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    According to a new study by Chitika, Apple’s iPhones make up 48.9% of the U.K’s smartphone based web traffic in Q2. Samsung came in second representing 22.8% with Blackberry rounding out in third representing 16.8%. The remaining percentage included Google, Nokia, HTC, and Motorola devices. This is disappointing news for Samsung as they came closer to Blackberry’s 16.8% as opposed to Apple’s ...
    11 Comments  2119 Views
    by Published on 07-03-2014 11:06 PM
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    It has been reported that Apple applied for a patent that describes a method of adjusting security and other settings for phones depending on the location of the device. Contextual information of the mobile device’s position is found via location data gathered by the system. The patent’s “Location-sensitive security levels and setting profiles based on detected location” system, takes saved ...
    3 Comments  1798 Views
    by Published on 07-03-2014 09:19 PM
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    For the three months ending in May, Apple’s iPhone grew its lead as the top US smartphone, while iOS gained ground on Google’s Android according to research firm comScore. According to data from comScore’s MobiLens and Mobile Metrix services, Apple’s iPhone accounted for a 41.9% share of US smartphone users in May, up 0.6 points from a month earlier. Samsung also enlarged its second-place piece of the ...
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    by Published on 07-03-2014 08:51 PM
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    After just a few weeks of Sunrise Calendar rolling out a major update to its iOS apps, they announced today their first version of Sunrise for Mac. A variety of capabilities and features are in Sunrise for Mac, and many are similar to those you would see in the iOS app. The team has noted that the OS X client was built specially for the desktop even though the design is almost the same as the iOS client. An offline ...