Apple has released iOS 12 to the public. Here's what you need to do to get your hands on the latest iteration of Apple's mobile device operating system.
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For whatever reason, the iPhone has tons of different voice recording apps, but very few of them do anything more than Apple's free Voice Memos app. We like Just Press Record because it manages to make itself worth its asking price by offering a different experience and feature set than Apple's offering.
Apple's likely to show off the newest version of iOS this Monday at WWDC, their annual developer conference, and it's got us thinking about the features we'd like to see in iOS 6. We also asked you to share what's on your iOS wish list, and we got some interesting responses. Here are six of the best.
iOS (Jailbroken): Activator is a jailbreak hack that has been around since the early days and we love it. As software blog Addictive Tips has noted, a recent upgrade brought a neat new feature: actions based on headphone connections and disconnections. That means that you can now use Activator to make your phone launch an app whenever your plug your headphones in or take them out. Here's how.
It took a good while before iOS 5 received its first jailbreak, but now that you've jailbroken your compatible iDevice you need to know all the great apps and hacks it can handle. Here's a look at some of our favourites available in Cydia for iOS 5.
Earlier today we looked at how you can live comfortably without a jailbreak in iOS 5 and noted that you can change your home screen icons even with a jailed iDevice. One thing we missed that deserves the spotlight are a handful of beautiful settings shortcuts, from designer Jeff Broderick. Best of all, they don't require jailbreaking.
iOS 5 has still yet to get an untethered jailbreak, and unfortunately, a tethered jailbreak is kind of a bummer. Although iPhone hackers are making progress, it still may be awhile before an official untethered jailbreak is available. In the meantime, here's how we're coping without it.
Apple released a version of its GarageBand music creation software for the iPad back in March, and now it has converted that into a universal version that runs on iPhone and iPod Touch as well. As with the original iPad version, you don't get the same range of features as in the original Mac product, but you can export tracks created on your device into the desktop version for further refinement.