The new iPhone jailbreak tool we discussed is now live! The long awaited moment that technology enthusiasts and Apple fans have been waiting for has finally arrived. The software is available for Windows, Mac and Linux and will jailbreak any device running through iOS 6 to 6.1.
All you need to do to jailbreak your iPad Mini, iPhone 5 or other Apple device is download the tool called “Evasion”. From there it’s incredibly simple. Just connect your device with a USB cord, run the app, click the “jailbreak” button, and wait about 5 minutes. After a little bit of fiddling around within the device it will reboot and tap jailbreak on the homescreen. Once this is done, voila, your iPhone is officially jailbroken.
Once you’ve jailbroken your device, check out these top 5 picks for tweaks!
Imagine a world where the messaging app on your phone actually worked in exactly the way you wanted it to and had features and customizable options in the way you had always wished it did. That was the world before the iPhone jailbreak and now it is a reality. Try Bite SMS for the best messaging experience on a jailbroken iPhone.
This allows the use of multitasking and the bar to be shown on the iPhone. This is kind of like the four finger swipe on newer apple Macbooks and iPad. This will make any Apple user feel like their phone just got completely decked out.
I have had this program on my Macbook for years. I love it and it loves me right back. It allows the automatic sensors to detect light and adjust the screen brightness and output accordingly. This makes the whole interface so much less harsh and obnoxious and you don’t have to adjust the settings at all.
I’m one of those people who likes to try out the newest and latest keyboards to optimize my touch screen experience. The new octopus keyboard being shown all over with incredible hype is from Blackberry 10. I love it and I think anyone who uses their keyboard a lot would too.
This is the all in one optimization and customization tool for your iPhone. You can adjust and tweak any aspect of the layout and color of your phone from status bars, icons, and texts.