Posts Tagged ‘iOS 9.3.5’

Apple has just stopped signing iOS 9.3.5, killing the last firmware version of iOS 9 in the process. The company has also stopped signing iOS 10.0.1 firmware, making downgrades to iOS 9.3.5 and iOS 10.0.1 impossible.

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Here’s a performance comparison video of iOS 10.1 beta 1 vs iOS 10.0.1 vs iOS 9.3.5 on a range of different iPhone models.

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Here’s a comparison between iOS 10 (10.0.1) Vs iOS 9 (9.3.5) for battery life on iPhone 6s, iPhone 6, iPhone 5s and iPhone 5.

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Here’s a step by step tutorial on how to downgrade iOS 10 / 10.0.1 to iOS 9.3.x firmware on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch device.

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Now that Apple has released iOS 9.3.5 / 9.3.4, can you jailbreak iOS 9.3.5 / iOS 9.3.4? Here we take a look at the latest state of jailbreak for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices.

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iOS 10 vs iOS 9.3.x comparison: Is final version of iOS 10 worth the upgrade over iOS 9? Lets find out through this side-by-side speed test comparison.

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Yes, it’s still possible to downgrade iOS 9.3.5 on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch device while Apple is signing the previous firmware. Here’s what you need to know.

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Out of no where, Apple has made available for download iOS 9.3.5 links for supported iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. This release comes approximately three weeks after Apple released iOS 9.3.4 to public.

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Pegasus spyware removal for iOS devices. Here’s what you need in order to remove or delete Pegasus spyware from your infected iPhone, iPad or iPod touch devices.

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Here’s how to check if your iOS device (iPhone or iPad) is infected with Pegasus spyware that Apple patched in iOS 9.3.5 firmware.

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Here’s a performance comparison test videos between iOS 9.3.5 and iOS 9.3.4 firmware on different iPhone and iPad models.

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Apple today released iOS 9.3.5 firmware. Here’s the reason why it was released, and we explain whether or not you should update your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch to Apple’s latest firmware.

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