You can now download GBA4iOS 2.1.6 IPA for iOS 11 on iPhone X and other devices. No jailbreak is required for this to work.
Yes you read that right. You can now get GBA4iOS iPhone X IPA download with full-screen support. Here are the details.
You can now get Tela GBA IPA download for iOS 11 devices. This emulator works on iPhone and iPad without jailbreak.
Here's how to download iGBA 2.0 Game Boy Advance emulator on iOS 11. No jailbreak or computer is required for this to work.
Here's how to download and install gpSPhone IPA of GBA (Game Boy Advance) emulator on iOS 10 or iOS 11 iPhone and iPad. No jailbreak is required for this to work.
Here's how to download and install GBA.emu IPA of Game Boy Advance emulator on iOS 10 or iOS 11 iPhone, iPad or iPod touch device. No jailbreak is required for this to work.
Apple's next major mobile software update, iOS 8.1, is currently on its way to the end user. We're already a couple of betas in, and with a special event now confirmed for next week, it may be just days away. Of all the features that the Cupertino company will be bundling into the new version, including Apple Pay, iOS 8.1 will also be plugging a loophole that allows emulators like GBA4iOS to run, but in a true sense of getting in before the lock, the authors of said emulator will still be pushing some new features before Apple spoils the party.
Earlier on this month, Riley Testut - lead developer of the popular, jailbreak-free GBA4iOS emulator - announced via Twitter that he had taken the emulator after a DMCA complaint from Nintendo. At the time, Testut removed download links as well as the GitHub page, but also, hinted that it perhaps wasn't the end of the road. Clearly, he was already making moves to reinstate GBA4iOS, and having apparently modified the emulator in compliance with Nintendo's quibbles, those interested in playing old Game Boy Advance titles can dive right in once more.
If you’ve been involved in the jailbreak scene for any period of time and happen to be a fan of old school video gaming, then you might’ve heard of gpSPhone Game Boy Emulator for iPhone. The package is something that has been worked on extensively over the last few years, with the hard work being put into the project by ZodTTD and his team continuing to amaze us. The gpSPhone freight train doesn't show any signs of slowing down at the moment, with the app recently being updated to v8.0.1, and is now available to download and try directly from the ZodTTD custom repository.
Apple is pretty stringent when it comes to what is, and what isn't allowed to grace its prized iTunes App Store. The company is notorious for swiftly shutting out any attempt to defy the company's system of rules, with high-profile casualties now including the seemingly innocent VLC Media Player. Someone overlooking the moderation process clearly wasn't on the ball when checking an app by the name of Awesome Baby Names, which bears a rather interesting secret; it actually contains its very own Game Boy Advance emulator within, and although, well, it's not actually very good, one has to admire the tenacity of its creators. More details after the jump.