Very popular member of the iOS Jailbreak community, Evasi0n has released a jailbreak for iOS7 running devices. Expected to be compatible with the iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad and iPad mini, the only prerequisite is that the device should be running iOS 7.0.4.
Apple just revealed that the much awaited and critiqued iOS 7 update will be coming over to most Apple devices, but it will reach the iPhone 4S and the 5 on September 18th. The iOS 7 update includes the much awaited user interface overhaul and some extra features like AirDrop and brand new multitasking.
At the World Web Developers Conference, Apple just announced the long rumored iTunes Radio service. To be a part of the music player application, it will provide users access to about 200 curated stations. The service will also allow users to create custom radio stations based on music in their iTunes library. The service will learn based on your usage and will offer increasingly personalized music playlists. In addition, iTunes Radio will also let users listen to tracks from popular artists ahead of launch and will integrate with Siri. Interestingly, it will also be possible to tag and buy anything you hear which should put it in direct competition with the likes of Soundhound. Continue reading “Apple announces iTunes Radio with customized music streams, to be available later this year”
If you would like to follow Apple’s WWDC developer conference happening in San Francisco , USA right now. just tune in to Apple’s live video stream of the event from the link below. Apple CEO Tim Cook along with other Apple executives such as Jonathan Ive are expected to address the audience during the keynote. WWDC is Apple’s annual World Wide Developer conference and sees a lot of new announcements from Apple.
Earlier this week, TheNextWeb reported that one iOS app developer had already seen references to the next iPhone and iOS 7 in their app logs. Now, sources tell FoneArena that iOS 7 will be revealed during a media event sometime between March and April. This event will give a sneak peek of the upcoming major version of their mobile operating system. The company will also make iOS 7 available to the public between June/July.
In the past, Apple has held media events during these months for iOS. iOS 4 was announced on April 9th 2010 and was released to the public on June 21st 2010. Last year, Apple first announced iOS 6 at WWDC 2012 in June. In September, iOS 6 was made available to the public.
Last October, Apple fired Scott Forstall, and put Jonathan Ive, senior vice president of industrial design, in charge of leading all Apple’s “human interface”, including software. No details regarding the features of iOS 7 have leaked yet, but we can expect Ive to make his presence felt on iOS.