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How To Jailbreak iOS 9.3.3 Using PG Client Apple iDevices Jailbreak 

How To Jailbreak iOS 9.3.3 Using PG Client

How To Jailbreak iOS 9.3.3 Using PG Client After many incidents, the PP/Pangu Jailbreak for iOS 9.3.2 and 9.3.3 still manage its way into the user’s hand. Recently, someone discovered that Apple has accidentally approved an app called PG Client that lets you jailbreak your iOS device. This isn’t the first time that an accident like this happens. But it is actually the first time that a jailbreak app could slip into the App Store so easily. Unfortunately the app was removed from the app store. Please note that this…

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How To Get MovieBox On All iDevices Apple Cydia App iDevices Jailbreak News No Jailbreak Reviews 

How To Get MovieBox On All iDevices

How To Get MovieBox On All iDevices If you want to install Movie Box—the popular free movie streaming app—on your iPhone or iPad without jailbreaking, you are in luck. We’ve just discovered a new workaround that allows the app to be installed on iOS 8.3, the latest version of Apple’s mobile operating system. This method also works with iOS 8.2 and 8.1.3. Follow the steps outlined below, you’ll have Movie Box installed on your device in about five minutes.   (If jailbroken go to Cydia and add this source “cydia.myrepospace.com/360″,…

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Top 10 Best iOS 8 Cydia Tweaks Of ALL Time Apple Best Cydia Tweaks Cydia tweaks iDevices iPhone 6 News 

Top 10 Best iOS 8 Cydia Tweaks Of ALL Time

Top 10 Best iOS 8 Cydia Tweaks Of ALL Time As the jailbreak for iOS 8/iOS 8.1 has been released by Pangu much before the expected time, a lot of tweaks and apps are being released in a hurry. You might be confused about which Cydia tweak you should install first. A lot many tweaks are being updated for iOS 8 compatibility. Here we have some of the best updated tweaks and apps for your jailbroken iPhone or iPad running iOS 8/iOS 8.1. 1.vColor This cydia tweak allows you to…

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iOS Connected Home Automation Company Acquired By Samsung Apple 

iOS Connected Home Automation Company Acquired By Samsung

iOS Connected Home Automation Company Acquired By Samsung Last month, there was rumors suggesting that Samsung was interested in acquiring home automation firm SmartThings. Today, the two companies have made things official. SmartThings CEO and founder Alex Hawkinson acknowledged the deal, and said that the firm would continue to act as an independent company under Samsung’s Open Innovation Center group. Some SmartThings home automation products. Here is more from Hawkinson: “We will continue to run SmartThings the way we always have: by embracing our community of customers, developers, and device…

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Hiring Taking Place For Apple Store(s) In The Middle East Apple Apple Event 

Hiring Taking Place For Apple Store(s) In The Middle East

Hiring Taking Place For Apple Store(s) In The Middle East There’s Apple Store locations around the world, except for one wealthy place that stands out. The oil-rich Middle East. That soon might change because ifoAppleStore has spotted job listings for the United Arab Emirates for the complete range of retail store positions. Job listings for a range of positions for new retail store(s) in the Middle East, specifically UAE. Here is more from ifoAppleStore: “The job listings appeared yesterday, and include the full range of store positions from Store and…

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Apple Using China Telecom’s Data Servers For China Users Apple News 

Apple Using China Telecom’s Data Servers For China Users

Apple Using China Telecom’s Data Servers For China Users Apple is using Chinese data centers to store iCloud data for China users. This is the first time Apple has used mainland China for iCloud account and information storage. According to a Chinese government website, Fuzhou City Telecom says that “Apple China has completed the iCloud data dump into China Telecom’s cloud services.” This statement has since been pulled from the government website. iCloud, a service provided to Apple users. For China users, Apple has moved their info to China Telecom’s…

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Leaked iPhone 6 Parts Show Logic Board Assembly Apple iDevices iPhone 6 

Leaked iPhone 6 Parts Show Logic Board Assembly

Leaked iPhone 6 Parts Show Logic Board Assembly iPhone 6 images and iPhone 6 part images continue to circulate. A recent one from AppleClub, a Taiwanese site, shows the complete logic board assemblies. While most of the components are hidden beneath shielding, we do learn a few small things. New iPhone parts pictures from AppleClub. For one, it seems like the flash memory chip, seen in the middle left, is made by Toshiba. The A8 chip that will be used in the iPhone 6 will likely be positioned beneath the…

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Apple Talked Enterprise With HP Before Signing With IBM Apple News 

Apple Talked Enterprise With HP Before Signing With IBM

Apple Talked Enterprise With HP Before Signing With IBM A new report from The Information details talks between Google and HP concerning a Google Now like Android assistant for the workplace. The site also claim that HP approached Apple, before the IBM partnership Apple signed earlier this year. Siri, Apple’s virtual assistant, can be seen above. Here is more from The Information: “The idea is for employees to be able to ask their Android device for company information such as financial data or product inventory information in the same way…

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Apple Advertising Beats Music To New iOS Users Apple News 

Apple Advertising Beats Music To New iOS Users

Apple Advertising Beats Music To New iOS Users When users first open the App Store on the iOS platform, Apple features some of its own apps to users such as iLife and iWork. Now that Beats Music and Beats Electronics are part of the Apple family, the Beats Music app is appearing on the Apple Apps list as well Beats Music is currently the last entry, and has the description of “listen to music that’s always right for you.” Beats Music seen in the Apple Apps section of the App…

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Apple Releases Diversity Data Apple News 

Apple Releases Diversity Data

Apple Releases Diversity Data Last month during the Sun Valley conference in Idaho, Tim Cook told reporters that Apple would soon be releasing diversity data on its workforce. Following this announcement, the company is today releasing its first report. Alongside the report, CEO Tim Cook has also published a letter alongside the report on the company’s website. An image on Apple’s new www.apple.com/diversity/ webpage. In the lette,r Cook highlights some of the progress the company has made in recent years. However, he says that he’s “not satisfied with the numbers”…

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