Remember George Hotz? You know, that guy who hacked/jailbreak/unlocked the first iPhone (and many subsequent iOS versions), pwned the PlayStation 3, went to work for a string of giant tech companies, trolled Elon Musk, and then started his own self-driving car startup all before the age of 26? Yeah, that guy! Well, he’s back!



Apple’s new 2018 MacBook Pro is now shipping and landing on the doorsteps of consumers all over the globe. One publication has been able to get one of these recently announced MacBook Pros, and after putting it through some benchmarks, remarks that the hardware is the “fastest system in its class.”




This smart Lightning-based mini IR blaster can turn any iPhone into a universal remote control for TVs, ACs, STBs and much more.



NXBoot iOS tweak or app, which requires a jailbroken iPhone to work, makes it possible to jailbreak Nintendo Switch.



In watchOS 5 update, here’s how you can enable and use the new Raise to Speak feature on your Apple Watch wearable.



We have another indication that new iPad devices might be coming soon, with Apple registering two new unreleased iPads with the EEC, or Eurasian Economic Commission.




An iOS 11.3.1 and iOS 11.4 jailbreak detection bypass for banking and other apps is coming soon by Electra team member. Here are the details.



Here’s how you can turn on or enable iOS 12 Automatic Updates feature for new future firmware OTA releases.



With Apple Stores having thousands upon thousands of dollars worth of hardware on display all around the globe it’s perhaps no surprise that there have been instances where thieves have taken it upon themselves to brazenly walk out of stores with product in hand.



Fortnite jailbreak detection bypass for iOS 11.3.1 / 11.4 Electra jailbreak has been released. Here’s what you need to know.



As the iPad continues to grow in both capability and the quality of apps that are becoming available for it, Adobe is working on bringing a “full version” of Photoshop to the platform as soon as next year.



Tencent has published a blog post explaining its efforts in reducing cheaters and hackers in PUBG Mobile, with the company banning players seemingly left and right.



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