Every so often a jailbreak tweak pops up that embodies what can make the jailbreak scene so awesome. Amidst a sea of mediocre tweaks and apps, there is always one that stands out from the crowd. This week, that tweak is Alympus.

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Sharing images from your Instagram feed with your friends has always been an issue. Instagram makes sharing image URLs possible, though the feature isn’t immediately obvious, and we’ve always wondered whether there is a better way. Turns out there might just be.

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T-Mobile has been offering a bunch of new promotions and plans lately as part of the Un-carrier Amped initiative, but the latest offer from the famous cellular carrier includes a sweet deal for the upcoming iPhone 6s, and Apple Music as well.

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We all have to deal with far too much email, whether we like it or not. If your job involves email then you receive even more of it, and we doubt that too many people enjoy dealing with it on iOS, even with some of the excellent email apps that have appeared over the last couple of years.

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The iOS dock is one of the most useful feature of iOS that provides a quick access to your frequently used apps. If you’re looking to give it a fresh new look, you should probably check out a new jailbreak tweak known as CirDock.

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It’s an undeniable fact that smartphones are becoming increasingly important in our day-to-day lives. As technology progresses and our palm-sized devices become more powerful and capable, it’s almost inevitable that our reliance on them will grow. That’s why forgetting to take your smartphone, or even worse, taking it with you but running out of battery, is the stuff of nightmares. Let us introduce you to MemoriesCable; a portable lightweight charge and sync cable that not only offers the ability to charge and synchronize on the go, but also packs a massive surprise to the tune of 128GB.

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It’s that time of year again. Here are all the phones (iPhone, Android and Windows Phone) which you shouldn’t buy today. Updated for July 2015.

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Apple has started a new advertising campaign on the web, alongside its recent “If it’s not an iPhone, it’s not an iPhone” for TV offering. Continuing its advertising push to remind everyone there there’s nothing quite like the iPhone, Apple has started to publish ads to its own website entitled “Why there’s nothing quite like iPhone.”

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This week’s free gift courtesy of Apple’s App Store allows gamers to dive head first into all of the wonderful adventures in Bikini Bottom. If you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to live in a pineapple under the sea, or work long hours at the Krusty Krab then this is something you just aren’t going to want to miss. As part of the cupertino company’s weekly tradition of serving up a free app of the week Nickelodeon’s adolescent favourite “SpongeBob Moves In” is free for the next seven days.

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We’ve already seen what is purported to be the rear casing of the upcoming iPhone 6s so naturally it’s now the turn of the front of Apple’s next-generation iPhone to make an appearance. French website Nowhereelse.fr has acquired and shared a photograph of what is believed to be the front panel of Apple’s next smartphone. Previous leaks from Apple’s supply chain have provided us with a chance to see the small changes made to the internal structure of the next iPhones casing, but this is the first time that we’ve actually seen the front panel and display of what we will be receiving this fall.

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Following hot on the heels of the recent Android update, YouTube for iPhone and iPad has now received the latest update as well. Google’s mobile development team has been full of busy lately with the recent release of the beautiful Spotlight Stories, and now, thanks to this latest update, the updated YouTube app on the iOS App Store finally has a fix in place for those annoying vertically captured videos that seem to cause everyone so much anger and fury.

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Apple has today launched its latest big App Store promotion, with 100 apps and games now available for a paltry $0.99, with some of the biggest names in the App Store available for some pretty big discounts. Everyone loves a bargain, and if our first run through what’s on offer in this promotion is anything to go by, it’s got more than a couple of must-have titles ripe for the taking.

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Apple’s latest beta release of iOS 9 brings with it a new tool in the fight against dodgy popups and malicious spammers. And that’s great news indeed.

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Here’s how to add lyrics for Apple Music songs in iOS Music app on iPhone. This method requires an iOS device which is jailbroken to work.

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For those of you who love the Phantom jailbreak tweak for Snapchat, there’s some good news. A new version is now available that solves the recent issue of Snapchat locking accounts of those who use jailbreak tweaks to enhance Snapchat app’s functionality.

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Google has continued to expand its growing arsenal of native mobile apps by releasing its new Spotlight Stories app for iPhone onto Apple’s iOS App Store. If you’re a a follower of the Google Motorola saga then you may remember that when the Google sold the smartphone maker to Lenovo, it kept Motorola’s ATAP Division which was responsible for the creation of Spotlight stuff that featured on Motorola devices. After initially creating a dedicated app to showcase the content for the Android platform back in May, Google has now launched with the same delightful content on Apple’s iOS.

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It wouldn’t be a day with a ‘y’ in it if there wasn’t a brand new iPhone concept doing the rounds, and the latest comes courtesy of designers Ivo Marić and Tomislav Rastovac who have shown us what the iPhone 7 may look like.

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Microsoft has today added to its ever growing stable of iPhone apps, launching a new email app for Apple’s smartphone, called Send. Joining Outlook as a Microsoft-branded iPhone email app, Send is available to download for free from the App Store today, though you will have to be in the United States or Canada in order to get your hands on it – Microsoft is keen to get the ball rolling slowly to kick things off, it seems.

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It’s undeniably important that large corporations such as Apple recruit as many people as humanly possible to test and put beta software through its paces. It’s even more important when that software is actually the underlying operating system that powers most of its mobile devices, namely iOS. With that said, it’s also extremely important that those beta testers aren’t allowed to penalise third-party app developers who work tirelessly to ensure that their apps and software are compatible come the final public release. You could almost hear the app development community chant in harmonious unison today when Apple finally banned iOS beta testers from leaving App Store reviews.

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Apple has just released iOS 9 public beta 2 and OS X 10.11 El Capitan public beta 2 download. This second seed comes almost two weeks after first public betas went live.

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