There is a small snafu present in the current developer edition of iOS 6. It restricts the total number of apps users can install on their iDevices.
Here is a warning for those of who have downloaded iOS Beta 3. It was released this past Monday.
All iOS 6 features are not supported across every iOS device on Apple’s compatibility list. That is why, many people are upset.
When iOS 6 goes available to public this October, it will bring with it the opportunity for iCloud service users to get their own email account ending in iCloud.com.
Last month, there were online news reports about the emergence of a cottage industry of businesses selling access to iOS developer betas prior to their official launch.
Do you want to downgrade your iOS 6 beta install back to iOS 5.1.1? If you have ever dealt with downgrading firmware in the past, then you know how difficult, time-consuming and painful, this process can potentially be.
Many Apple TV owners enjoy customization. Now here is a good news for such owners.
Apple has released an over-the-air update to the iOS 6 Beta. iOS 5 Beta was first released after the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) keynote on 11 June 2012.
Last week, we reported that the latest RedSn0w 0.9.13dev1 could jailbreak iOS 6 Beta. Now we will show you how the popular jailbreak tweak can do that.
On Monday 18 June 2012, the Dev Team released RedSn0w 0.9.14b1. The new version of the RedSn0w features the highly-anticipated ability to downgrade the baseband on the iPhone 3G(S).