iOS 6.1 articles
It seems that Apple messed up certain things with the new iOS operating system. After having problems with the connectivity and battery, it seems that iPhone devices are also insecure. With a simple trick, every person is able to bypass the iPhone password.
Recently, there were many reports about cellular performance problems after updating to the new iOS 6.1 update. After Vodafone publicly said not to update to iOS 6.1 operating system, Apple rushed and introduced the new update which fixes cellular performance.
Apple reacted the the recent release of Evasi0n jailbreak hack for iOS 6.0 and 6.1, with its usual rhetoric, warning users against tampering with its software of consequences such as "reduced battery life" and "vulnerabilities," not to mention voiding of warranty.
The elusive jailbreak of Apple's iOS 6 mobile operating system has finally been accomplished by Team Evad3rs, who posted their "evasi0n" unteathered jailbreak tool for the OS, which lets your device stay jailbroken even after reboots and flat batteries.
Apple finally launched the capacious 128 GB variant of its 4th generation iPad, which was churning up at the rumor mill over the last week. Without disturbing the current 16, 32, and 64 GB variants, the 128 GB will occupy premium price-points approaching a grand.
Apple rolled out the iOS 6.1 software update for devices that run it: iPhone 5, iPad mini, 3rd and 4th Generations of iPad. The new OS doesn't add much over its predecessor, except support for LTE networks on 36 carriers on the iPhone 5, and 23 for cellular+WiFi iPads.