Category: Mac OS X Yosemite
Apple just released iOS 8.3 update to the public. Apple also released OS X 10.10.3 Yosemite software update to the public this morning and now the software update is available on Updates tab in the Mac App Store.
The iOS 8.3 update have been testing since February, From registered iOS developers and Public testers via Apple’s beta program. iOS 8.3 update includes a number of new features and improvements. Such as Wireless CarPlay support, Redesign emoji keyboard with new several emojis, additional language support in Siri, Safari fixes and many more.
iOS 8.3 compatible with following iOS devices –
- iPhone 6 plus / iPhone 6
- iPhone 5S / iPhone 5C / iPhone 5 / iPhone 4S
- iPad Air 2 / iPad Air
- iPad mini 3 / iPad mini 2 / iPad mini
- iPad 4 / iPad 3 / iPad 2
- iPod Touch (5th Gen)
iOS 8.3 download available both via over-the-air (OTA) and also you can direct download iOS 8.3 ipsw and update your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch using iTunes
iOS 8.3 update Just released to the public, So Jailbreak users, better to keep away from iOS 8.3 until iOS 8.3 Jailbreak come true. You can follow TaiG Jailbreak Site for your own upgraded on latest TaiG Jailbreak updates
Finally Pangu team released first Mac version of Pangu8. Now you can Download Pangu 8 1.2.1 for windows computers and Pangu 8 1.0.0 for Mac computers. Both jailbreaking tools are untethered versions so you can use our device without any mess after the jailbreak. This is only way to jailbreak your iOS 8 devices like latest Jailbreak iPhone 6, Jailbreak iPhone 6 plus, Jailbreak iPad Air 2, Jailbreak iPad mini 3. follow our easy step guide below and Jailbreak your iOS 8 – iOS 8.1 devices using Pangu 8 Jailbreak.
Both Pangu 8 Jailbreak tools are compatible all iDevices with running through iOS 8 – iOS 8.1 such as iPhone 6 plus/ iPhone 6/ iPhone 5S/ iPhone 5C/ iPhone 5/ iPhone 4S/ iPod touch 5G/ iPad Air 2/ iPad Air/ iPad mini 3/ iPad mini Retina/ iPad mini/ iPad 4/ iPad 3 and iPad 2
How to jailbreak iOS 8/8.1 untethered using Pangu 8 jailbreak on Windows or Mac computer
- Turn off your Screen lock passcode or Touch ID if enable
- Turn on Airplane mode
- Turn off “Find My iPhone” feature in iCloud settings
- Backup your iOS device using iTunes (it’s helps you to avoid any data loss on your device)
(you change above changes once jailbreak is complete)
Step guide for Jailbreak iOS 8/8.1 using Pangu 8 Jailbreak
- Download Pangu 8 for your Windows or Mac computer from above direct links and install it to your PC
- Open Pangu app as a ‘Administrator’ (Right-Click on Pangu8 app and click ‘Run as Administrator’)
- Connect your iOS device to Pangu 8 Jailbreak tool
- Click big ‘Start Jailbreak’ button on Pangu 8 jailbreak tool
- Simply click ‘Already did’ on next pangu8 notice screen to begin the iOS 8- iOS 8.1 Jailbreak process
Video tutorial for Pangu 8 Jailbreak for iOS 8.1 Jailbreak
You can see an notification such as “Jailbreak Succeeded” from Pangu 8 Jailbreak tool. and that’s mean you successfully completed your iOS 8 – iOS 8.1 Jailbreak using Pangu 8 Jailbreak
Credit goes @ PanGu team – @zengbanxian / @tb557 / @dm557 / @windknown / @modikr
The latest iOS 8.1 released with bug fixes and support for Apple Pay as per the promised. iOS 8.1 appearance is same as previous iOS 8 versions, but in iOS 8.1 solve many bugs on previous iOS 8. This iOS 8.1 update shows 117Mb sized so you can easily upgrade via iOS devices.
How to upgrade to iOS 8.1 –
There are two ways to upgrade iOS 8.1
- Upgrade via iOS device – go to Settings > General > Software Update
- Upgrade via iTunes – Connect your iOS device to iTunes, Once your iOS device is detected, click ‘Update‘ button
iOS 8.1 new features –
- Apple Pay supported
- Public beta of iCloud photo library for every user
- Bring back Camera Roll for user
- Air drop enabled for passbook passes
- Improved new Continuity feature with Mac OS X Yosemite
iOS 8.1 Supported iPhone models –
- iPhone 6 plus
- iPhone 6
- iPhone 5S
- iPhone 5C
- iPhone 5
- iPhone 4S
iOS 8.1 Supported iPad models –
- iPad Air
- iPad Air 2
- iPad mini models
- iPad 4/3/2
iOS 8.1 only Supported for iPod touch 5G
Jailbreak iOS 8.1 –
iOS 8.1 released after the 02 iOS 8.1 beta versions, but there are no any available tool for jailbreak iOS 8.1 yet. We are mainly focusing evad3rs called evasiOn team and panGu team for iOS 8.1 jailbreak. We will let you know as soon as possible if found any solution for iOS 8.1 Jailbreak
How to make and receive iPhone calls on your mac
Apple iDevice developers try to get closer to the peoples than ever before. Latest iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite Continuity feature is the one of the great example for this. With this continuity feature, you can make and receive iPhone calls on your iPad, iPod touch and Mac computer.
Things to consider- this feature works only on an iOS 8 or later versions and Mac OS X Yosemite running computer. both devices has to be on the same Wi-Fi network and log in to the Face time and iCloud account with the same Apple ID. Check your iPhone cellular network is enabled (Face time) and iPhone cellular calls enabled on your Mac (Face time / Preference)
How to make and received iPhone calls on your iPad, iPod touch or Mac computer –
Make a call on your Mac OS X Yosemite –
To make a phone call on your Mac, simply select contact number your want to make a call and click on the phone icon. You can also click on the phone number in Safari, Messages, Spot light search or Calender to make calls on your Mac.
You will also see a green banner notification on your iPhone, which is an indication that your iPhone is being used for a phone call. If you tap on it, it will launch the phone app, and you can continue with the call from your iPhone. It will you inform you on the Mac then the call was transferred to iPhone.
Receive iPhone call on your Mac –
When you receive a call to your iPhone, now it shows the caller’s name, number and profile picture. You can accept or decline the call, send the caller a message or even set a reminder to call back in 5 mins, 15 mins or 1 hour, right from your Mac.
Click on accept to answer and your Mac becomes a speakerphone, allowing you to make a phone conversation.
When you receive a call on our Mac, you will hear the same ringtone you have for that on your iPhone.
Turn off iPhone cellular calls –
If you don’t want to make or receive iPhone calls on your Mac computer, go to Settings > Face Time and turn off iPhone cellular Calls.
On your Mac, open the Face time app and go to Face Time > Preferences. Click Settings and deselect the iPhone cellular calls option.
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