Aug 06

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Non-Developers that are running iOS 5 Beta, be warned. Apple started tracking down iOS 5 Beta users that do not have a developer account. Normally only people who are registered as a developer are allowed to run Beta versions, but some developers sold Device slots to normal iDevice users, so they will be able to install iOS Beta versions as well. AppleInsider reported that Apple has begun closing the accounts of some developers who have inappropriately sold their account device slots, allowing them to profit from the installation iOS 5 on unauthorized non-developer iPhones and iPads. » Warning For Non-Developers Running iOS 5 Beta!

Aug 05

Jan-Michael Cart has created a great concept video outlining various improvements made to Notification Center.

1. Persistent Badge: iOSs current notification system lacks a way of alerting the user that there are unread messages within Notification Center. The only way to know anything about your notifications is to actually enter Notification Center. Now, the persistent badge lists the number of unread notifications by displaying a small badge in the status bar. It is system-wide and can be seen whenever the status bar is onscreen. » iOS 5 Notification Center Concept

Jul 22

This is just a quick note that Apple has released iOS 5 Beta 4. Till now not much new features has been found other than the over the air updates.  Ofcourse Jailbreakers should stay away from this update.

Jul 13

iOS 5 beta 3 has been released and brings some new and interesting features, including the new Assistive Touch menu. This menu allows you to perform many commonly used gestures as well as simulate hardware buttons. In the video after the break, you can see how to activate and use this menu in iOS 5. » iOS 5 Beta 3: AssistiveTouch!

Jul 12

Sn0wbreeze has been updated to v2.8b4 to support iOS5b3 “which has been released yesterday”. It was already possible to jailbreak iOS 5 Beta 3 with RedSn0w, but a “sandboxing” error was discovered after jailbreak iOS 5 Beta 3 that caused all apps from the App Store to crash instantly upon being opened. This problem has now been fixed in the updated version of the Windows jailbreak tool, Sn0wBreeze, and the Dev Team has also updated RedSn0w with the same fix. » Sn0wBreeze Updated For iOS 5 Beta 3: Fixes Problem With Apps Crashing! [jailbreak]

Jul 11

This is just a quick note saying, Apple has released iOS 5 beta 3 to developers:

  • Restoring from a Seed 1 backup or earlier will cause MobileMe/iCloud calendars not to sync. Subscribed calendars will show up in Calendars but none of your event calendars will appear in MobileCal. To workaround the problem remove and re-add the account.
  • iMessage beta 3 will be unable to communicate with iMessage users on beta 1. It works between beta 3 and beta 2.
  • Modal alerts don’t appear for iMessages.
  • In this beta FaceTime icon is missing in Settings on the iPhones.
Jun 25

Apple has just dropped iOS 5 beta 2 for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad to developers. If you have a developer account and have a UDID registered iOS device, you can download and update to iOS 5 beta 2 via your Apple developer’s account. According to early testers, wireless sync has now been enabled and works between iTunes 10.5 beta 2 and iOS 5 beta 2 devices. » Apple Drops iOS 5 Beta 2 & Enables Wireless Syncing

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