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Apple Store Customers Pranked [Video]

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Have a look on below YouTube video posted by PrankRiot which is showing the visit of comedian Tyler Fischer for four Apple Stores in New York City. He is posing as an Apple employee and proceeding to ‘educate’ customers on the features of Apple’s latest devices. He has given many ridiculous statements and he tells some customers that Apple created Lime Disease, Polio, and Sifilis. After that he can be seen offering them a discount as an apology to the Polio community. Amazingly his offer is very attractive in which he offers to hook up customers with everything they could fit in pants from the back room for $5 only. Have a look on the video titled Apple Store Prank.   Follow @Evasi0n iOS 7 Jailbreak If you want to be updated follow us onTwitter, add us to your circle onGoogle+or like our Facebook page. Advertisement

iTransmission Bit Torrent App Updated For iOS 7

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iTransmission, which is a Cydia app and an iOS Bit Torrent Client, has been updated with a new design for iOS 7 and support for 64-bit devices. iTransmission has been remade for iOS 4-7.x with 64 bit support and a brand new UI for iOS 7 along with some much needed features. Magnet links have been fixed properly in this version. iTransmission is a native iOS Bit Torrent Client designed to be used with ease.  iTransmission Cydia app can be downloaded from the Big Boss Cydia repository, if you have not yet jailbroken your device you can visit our step wise tutorial on how to jailbreak ios 7 on all devices.

iOS 7.0.5 jailbreak is Possible – i0n1c

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Apple has released ios 7.0.5 for iPhone 5s and 5c in order to fix some issues like network provisioning issues for some iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c models sold in China. After the release of 7.0.5 i0n1c the famous jailbreaker has tweeted that 7.0.5 jailbreak is still possible because Apple has not yet patched the volnerability used by evasi0n7. Okay #evasi0n7 still works in iPhone 5s at 7.0.5 The people who have already upgraded to iOS 7.0.5, they would need to wait until evasi0n is updated because a patch to the evasi0n binary will be necessary before jailbreaking 7.0.5. I0n1c has stated “To make evasi0n work with iOS 7.0.5 one way is to patch 11B511 into 11B601 in the binary. Ehmm btw… the patch are not hex bytes but simple ASCII iOS build numbers that need to be fixed.”

New iPhone 6 Concept design, size and OIS camera [Video]

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We are watching many new videos and images of next generation iPhone 6 which is expected to feature many new things. Below is another iPhone 6 concept video presented by ConceptiPhone on YouTube. The video gives idea of the possibilities for iphone 6 having liquid metal chassis and camera with OIS. This latest iPhone 6 beautiful and lovely rendering is done by Amine Kaddari. Side buttons have been changed and the audio jack is moved on the top again. Have a look on below iPhone 6 video and enjoy.

How To Get iPhone 5S LockScreen On Android Devices

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There has always been a little atmosphere when it comes to Android and iPhone users and we know disputes will never go away, if Android users do want a little iOS on their handsets look no further than the iPhone 5S Lock Screen apps. One may think why this is needed but this is true that many people like me even after migrating to Android would really love to have iPhone lock screen on an Android smartphone. This need has been now fulfilled by some Android apps that can provide iOS style lockscreen on Android devices including iOS 7 and iOS 6 style lockscreens. The first choice is a very beautiful app called iPhone 5s Lock Screen which you can download from google store using your Android device. Ever wanted a Slide To Unlock? Android device. This free and easy to use iPhone Lock Screen gives you a “Slide To Unlock” lock screen. Other features include high definition graphics, many backgrounds to …

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Watch iOS in the Car – iOS 7.0.3 [Video]

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iOS in the car is the latest hot feature that was introduced by Apple in iOS and later it was updated with more features in iOS 7.1 beta versions. Previously we saw leaked images of ios in the car by developer Steven Troughton-Smith. Now he has posted a video showing this new feature in real action by using a simulator for iOS 7.0.3. Apple has described iOS in the Car as follows: iOS in the Car seamlessly integrates your iOS device — and the iOS experience — with your in-dash system. If your vehicle is equipped with iOS in the Car, you can connect your iPhone 5 or later and interact with it using the car’s built-in display and controls or Siri Eyes Free. Now you can easily and safely make phone calls, access your music, send and receive messages, get directions and more. It’s all designed to let iPhone focus on what you need, so you can focus on …

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Never Seen Video of Steve Jobs – Public Demonstration of the Macintosh [Watch]

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Below we are giving a rare video which is never seen before, the video is of the program in which Steve Jobs’ made first public demonstration of the Macintosh. The video has been embedded from techland.time.com whic was posted by Harry McCracken. Steve Jobs first demonstrated the Mac at Apple’s annual shareholder meeting on January 24th, 1984. However, many don’t know that he gave a public demonstration less than a week later for the monthly general meeting of the Boston Computer Society. The host of the event was Jonathan Rotenberg, a 20-year-old student at Brown University who co-founded the BCS in 1977. Read More via iClarified Watch the video below:  

Macintosh 128k Teardown By iFixit [Video]

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In connection with the Apple’s celebrations of Thirty Years Of Mac, iFixit has posted a video of performing a tear down of the 1984 original Macintosh 128K computer. We have given below the video and few images. You can check the link for reading more and checking other images as well. The original Mac retailed for $2,495—that’s $5,594.11 in today’s dollars. So what did you get for all that coin? ● 8 MHz Motorola 68000 processor ● 128 KB DRAM ● 9″ black-and-white CRT display running at 512 x 342 (72 dpi) ● 400 KB total storage via a single-sided 3.5-inch floppy disk drive ● Single-button mouse and hefty keyboard Repairability Score Macintosh 128K Repairability Score: 7 out of 10 (10 is easiest to repair). ● Once you’re inside, it’s simple and straightforward to replace any of the main components: floppy drive, power supply, logic board, or CRT display. ● No adhesive anywhere. ● User-replaceable clock battery. ● Limited upgradability: The …

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Springtomize 3 Released for iOS 7 – Cydia Tweak

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If you are previous Cydia fan you must be aware of the famous customization tweak called Springtomize. The tweak has been updated and released for iOS 7. The app is provided in Cydia by Filippo Biga who has explained that there are plenty of options to customize your device, the way you want it. From personalizing elements of the user interface to expanding the features of iOS, Springtomize 3 has got you covered. Springtomize 3 is the ultimate utility for your iDevice! It’s the only customization tweak you’ll ever need. It features plenty of options to customize even the smallest aspect of your device(s). Every single option includes a brief explanation of its effect, making it very easy to use. The whole application has been localized in 20 different languages, so everyone will be able to use it without an issue. Pricing and Availability: Since this is a completely new product, the price model applied is the currently: ● FREE if …

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Apple Celebrating Thirty Years of Mac

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It is anniversary time in Apple where celebrations are going on regarding ‘Thirty Years of Mac’. Apple has released a new video, new homepage design, and timeline of Mac products.  In connection to this anniversary Apple homepage has been updated with the following message: Happy Birthday, Mac. In 1984, Apple introduced the world to Macintosh. It was designed to be so easy to use that people could actually use it. And it came with a promise — that the power of technology taken from a few and put in the hands of everyone, could change the world. That promise has been kept. Today, we create, connect, share, and learn in ways that were unimaginable 30 years ago. Imagine what we can accomplish in the next 30 years. You can check below link to check out the 30-year timeline or watch the video below. Read More