Researchers have discovered another lock screen bug in iOS 6.1. This one allows someone to get past your lock screen without a passcode and view that phone's data after plugging it into a computer.
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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.
Predicting the future is near impossible -- but that doesn‘t stop us all from having a red hot go. Human beings have been predicting the future since the beginning of history and the results range from the hilarious to the downright uncanny.
One thing all future predictions have in common: they‘re rooted in our current understanding of how the world works. It‘s difficult to escape that mindset. We have no idea how technology will evolve, so our ideas are connected to the technology of today.
iOS: Do Not Disturb is one of the more popular enhancements found in iOS 6, but since 2013 rolled around, many users have found that Do Not Disturb doesn't switch itself back on according to schedule. Apple has acknowledged the bug, but says iOS users will simply have to wait until January 7 for things to return to normal.
Australian companies supporting the Passbook ticket manager feature in iOS 6 aren't exactly thick on the ground, so every addition is welcome. Ticketing site Moshtix is adding support for Passbook, meaning you can store your concert tickets on your iPhone rather than having to print a PDF.
Apple released iOS 6 this week, bringing a handful of new features to iPhones, iPads, and iPod touches. While they defined many of the flagship features, several were left unsaid. These are our 10 favourite secret features in iOS 6.
iOS 6 is officially released today, and iDevice owners are busy downloading and installing it. Many of its new features work in Australia, but not all of them. What's working well for you?
We already know that the beta version of iOS 6 maps is missing lots of Australian data, but if Apple's own site is any guide, Australians won't be getting any turn-by-turn directions on the updated platform either either. There's no mention of the feature on Apple's Australian site, though some developers say the basic options can be seen in the beta. Hit Gizmodo for the full story.
If you've seen a few screenshots of iOS 6, you know Apple's made some nice interface enhancements, such as a better sharing menu, dialler and music player. If you've got a jailbroken iPhone running iOS 5, you can bring those changes to your device right now.
One of the major new features in iOS 6 is the inclusion of Apple's own mapping technology. Building a map isn't easy, and the first screenshots from the beta version suggest that even for well-covered locations such as the Melbourne CBD, Apple has a lot of work to do.
iOS 6 is a big update for Apple fans, featuring several exciting updates. But those of us with Android devices don't have to sit back and wait for Google to deliver those features; we can get the best of them right now. Here's how.
iOS 6 isn't coming to your iPhones and (newer) iPads for another few months, but a a lot of its best features are available through third-party apps and jailbreak hacks right now. If you want to get in on the action early, here are a few downloads you'll want to check out.