How to Upgrade from iOS 6 to iOS 7 – Full Guide

Apple announced iOS 7 back in June and finally its release day has come following several beta releases. Apple releases beta versions to all those who have account with Apple’s iOS dev portal. The main purpose of these beta releases, as you know, is to fix the bugs before the final and public build and more over is to allow… Continue reading

iOS 7.1 and iOS 7.0.1 Already Under Testing

The weblogs show that Apple is already testing iOS 7.1, iOS 7.0.1 and iOS 7.0.2 as the next release. iOS 7.1 could be next major release having new features.

9to5Mac reports that their website is accessed from devices running on iOS 7.1, iOS 7.0.1 and iOS 7.0.2. As the web is developing, more and more tools, softwares and methods are developing to get maximum information about the users visiting the site. A webmaster can know from where the visitors are coming and going, which browsers they are using, which… Continue reading

How to Install iOS 7 Before September 18

Apple has already announced that the final and public version of iOS 7 will be released on September 18. However, just after the iPhone event ended, they seeded the GM build to the developers for all existing devices. Like the beta versions, the GM build can only be installed on the registered device. But a little neat and clean trick… Continue reading

Everything You Need to Know about iOS 7 Beta 4

Everyone was expecting it and there it is. iOS 7 beta 4 is out now in the developer centre with bunch of new changes and many bug fixes. With every new release this revamped version is getting better and better. What’s New in it: 1) The first change you’ll see is present on the lockscreen. There is no more confusing… Continue reading

Can We Install iOS 7 Beta Without Developer Account?

The first beta release of iOS 7 has arrived at the Dev Portal. Every registered user can download it and install it on their select devices. Currently the beta images are compatible with iPhone and iPod Touch 5 models only. The support for iPad models is not yet provided. However, in the coming weeks we will see the new beta… Continue reading

iOS 7 Beta Now Available for Download Through Dev Centre

The wait is finally over and all the rumor mills are also stopped after the announcement of iOS 7. The new version is packed with new design, typography and features. If you missed the online streaming of WWDC 2013, you can get the sneak preview of what’s new in iOS 7 by reading the article we have already published. The… Continue reading

iOS 7 Announced – Here Are the Changes

Every year Apple makes few changes to its popular operating system for iPhone, iPod and iPad devices. If you remember, iOS 4 brought some exciting new features and few redesigned elements. This year Apple also redesigns iOS 7 from top to bottom. Not only the fonts and UI elements are changes but also the new transitional effects are included in… Continue reading

Disable Emergency Button on iOS 6 Lockscreen Until Permanent Fix Comes

As we know two methods to bypass the passcode and to access the sensitive information are floating around the web these days due to the bug present in iOS 6. These methods use same technique and follow similar pattern to work. Any intruder can get the access to locked items by dialling an emergency number and then using few presses… Continue reading

Another Lockscreen Bug Surfaces Which Allows to Bypass Passcode – iOS 6.1.3 Will Fix

Recently a bug in iOS 6 was discovered which allowed the unauthorised users to bypass the passcode and see the contacts, call logs and other available information in Phone app. Today another bug surfaces which is more dangerous as it can give access to other sensitive information and files present on your iPhone. However, this hack is possible only when… Continue reading

iOS 6.1.2 Released to Patch Exchange Calendar Bug – Download Now

Apple has just released iOS 6.1.2 through Over-the-Air Updater for devices to fix exchange calendar bug. Currently the roll-out is very slow and you might not see it right now. After few hours it will be available for all users and even through iTunes. The official change says that it fixes an Exchange Calendar bug that could result in increased… Continue reading

Apple Releases iOS 6.1 Final Version for General Users with new LTE Carriers

Apple has just released iOS 6.1 for iPhone 5, 4S, iPhone 4 and 3GS, iPad and iPod models. The new version is available for download now. According to the official short changelog, the new version contains more carriers support for LTE, Siri integrated with Fandango to purchase tickets, a button to reset the advertising identifier.


Apple Releases iOS 6.1 Beta 5 for Developers

Like me, were you expecting a golden master release of iOS 6.1? But to surprise us Apple has just seeded another beta, beta 5, to the developers.

The professionals and renowned names of Jailbreak are also waiting for general build so that they can release the untethered jailbreak for iOS 6.1. But Apple decided to test the nerves of all jailbreak awaiting people.


iOS 6.0.2 for iPad Mini and iPhone 5 Released by Apple

A new version iOS firmware iOS 6.0.2 is released for iPhone 5 and iPad mini devices. This new update fixes WiFi bug for these devices.

The official changelog issued by Apple is not very long. Here is what it reads:

“iOS 6.0.2 Software Update

This update contains improvements and bug fixes, including:

• Fixes a bug that could impact Wi-Fi

For information on the security content of this update, please visit this website:”