Posts Tagged ‘iOS 6.0.1’

iOS 6 is Jailbroken – How to Jailbreak iOS6 for Your iPhone 4s and iPhone 4

To perform an iOS jailbreak means to get rid of all limitations imposed by Apple on your that device. Jailbroken devices allow its user to gain root access over the iOS, and do anything you like to your device which includes downloading apps and themes from cydia app store and outside the  Apple AppStore.

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iOS 6.0.1 How-to Tips: Change Your iPhone Calendars Order via iCloud

iPhone owners expected Apple to allow them to change the order of calendars with the iOS 6 and the latest iOS 6.0.1 updates. However, that was not the case. With the new updates and the release of the iPhone 5, iPhone owners are still unable to change calendar order. With iOS 6 or iOS 6.0.1 you only allowed to show or hide particular calendars with a tap on the selected calendar with the default calendar app on the iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.

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Jailbreak for iOS 6.0.1 Available Online Minutes After Apple’s Release

Good news for jailbroken iPhone owners. Just a few minutes after Apple released iOS 6.0.1 it was jailbroken. iPhone Dev Team’s Redsn0w has released the the jailbreak codes for iOS 6.0.1 and we have confirmed it with Developer Redmond Pie today after he tested the update. The only downer to this update is that it’s only currently available for  iOS devices powered by an A4 chip or lower.

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How-to: Setup iMessage in iOS 6 for Unlimited 2-Way Texting, Photo and Video Sharing

iMessage is a new and free unlimited texting feature Apple released with iOS 6 that can be use with any iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch that has the latest iOS installed (Apple released iOS 6.0.1 recently, don’t forget to update). With iMessage you can sell unlimited 2-way text, photos, and videos free of charge via WiFi without having to use your data or text message service from your service provider. This is certainty good for iPhone owners without unlimited data and text messages.

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iOS 6.0.1 Bug Fixes Update is Released by Apple. Here’s How to Update Your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch

Apple has release an update with bug fixes for iOS 6 and called it iOS 6.0.1 since the release of the iPhone 5 and iOS 6 late September. The new update fixes a number of bugs that include over-the-air-update issues,  an annoying Exchange bug that deletes a meeting for all invited attendees if one user declined the invitation. This iOS update also fixes the much reported connection to encrypted WPA2 Wi-Fi network issues.

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