Apple’s mobile OS remains a formidable force on both tablets and phones, and a constant topic here at Lifehacker. These are the 10 most popular iOS posts from Lifehacker in 2013.
The release of any new operating system brings a slew of slight problems and annoyances. iOS 7 is no different. With that in mind, here’s how to fix some of the more common annoyances.
Although iOS 7 won’t see an official release until September 18th, you can install the final version right now even if you’re not a developer thanks to some anonymous public postings of the software update files.
Want full control over your iOS device? Then jailbreaking is for you. This is our guide to jailbreaking your iPhone or iPad to run with iOS 6.1.2.
With the new jailbreak for iOS 6, it’s time to start playing around with all the handy apps and tweaks on your newly-freed device. Here’s a look at some of our favourites available in Cydia for iOS 6.
iOS 7 is out today and while it might at first look like merely a new coat of paint, lots of things have moved around too. Before you waste hours trying to figure out how to find a key feature, here’s where everything has moved.
Apple released iOS 7 to the public this week, providing a new design and a handful of cool features to iPhone and iPad lovers everywhere. While there are many visible changes, some of the best stuff lurks beneath the surface. Apple failed to advertise quite a few awesome features. These are our top 10.
One of the minor nuisances of using an iPhone is that you can’t download an app larger than 50MB using a 3G connection — a handy way of ensuring you don’t chew through mobile data, but a decided nuisance if you want to grab an app while it’s on sale. To solve that problem, you have to connect your device via Wi-Fi, but what if you don’t have access to a Wi-Fi network?
Ahead of the release of the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c on 20 September, Apple will be releasing iOS 7 as an update for existing customers on Wednesday 18 September.
Apple’s iOS 7 update officially launches on 18 September, which means Australians may see it in the late hours of this evening. That makes it timely to remind developers that any iOS app which you’ve already created won’t be able to be updated from now on without making it iOS 7 compatible as well.
Today, Apple announced iOS 7, combining the expected major changes to the interface with lots of under-the-hood tweaks and options. Here are all the new features.