Nowadays, the success of a product relies not on how good the hardware and software is — (okay, those play a rather large part), but mostly all of the initial bugs found by users can usually be fixed via a simple over-the-air software update. Sure, it’s important to make a good first impression with your product, but software and hardware are no longer the overriding factors we look at to determine how well a product is (or will) do when it hits.
Tagged: iPhone 5
Since 1996, nearly every car in the U.S has been fitted with a ‘OBD II’ data port. Until now, the port has gone largely unused for a large group of drivers. Automatic, though, aims to give this port the usage it rightly deserves.
Following the public release of iOS 6.1 on January 27, (an update which brought with it enhanced LTE support, the ability to purchase movie tickets through Fandango with Siri, and individual song downloads from iCloud for those subscribed to iTunes Match), Apple earlier tonight seeded the first beta of iOS 6.1.1 to developers.
As expected, the iOS 6.1 jailbreak, “Evasi0n,” has just gone live in the last hour. The jailbreak uses an “untethered” method, which essentially means that if a user turns their device “off” and back “on,” the device will start up completely, and the kernel will then be patched without the help of a computer – (in other words, the device will be jailbroken after each reboot).
Revealing the official name of the iOS jailbreak method at the end of last month, Pod2g, Planetbeing, MuscleNerd, and Pimskeks – (or the “Evad3rs,” as the group will be known going forward), will reportedly release their long-awaited, ‘untethered’ iOS 6.1 jailbreak – later today.