iPadiPhoneTips & How-to

How to save your iOS 9 battery with Low Power Mode

September 17, 2015 — by Hawon Nguyen1


Apple has implemented many features that focus on improving the user experience in iOS 9. Some of these include content blockers (similar to ad blocker), ReplayKit that lets gamers record their screen while playing, and most importantly Low Power Mode to give users an extra 3 hours on their iOS device.

According to the company, Low Power Mode help iPhone and iPad users take care of preserving battery by turning off certain features that consume battery without the users knowing or required to be disabled manually. These are the functionality that will be turned off once Low Power Mode is activated on your iOS 9 device.

iPadiPhoneTips & How-to

How to enable ad blocker in iOS 9 and speed up Safari

September 17, 2015 — by Hawon Nguyen1


Apple’s latest firmware update, iOS 9, is now available to everyone and can be downloaded through the Settings app or from iTunes software on a computer. This iOS update brings new changes, improvements, and features to your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad.

One of the most important functionality in this update is content blocking in our stock browser, Safari. This is similar to ad blocker extensions we found on Windows/Mac browsers. It allows you to block ads, popups, javascript, and speed up Safari so that users can have the best browsing experience.


iOS 9 Software Update Failed While Downloading

September 17, 2015 — by Hawon Nguyen0


As expected, Apple has finally released their official iOS 9 for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad to the public. If you haven’t prepared for this, be sure to read out the previous guide to help you increase more storage to download iOS 9. The size of this firmware is much lower than iOS 8, so the upgrade process should be easier and less time consuming. However, there is a problem…

iPadiPhoneTips & How-to

How to Clear iPhone Cache and Junk Files

September 15, 2015 — by Hawon Nguyen0


When a new firmware update is available to the public, everyone will prepare to install it on their iPhone or iPad. While most people have no problem doing so, many iOS users were unable to get the latest update because their device doesn’t have enough storage.

Over time, Apple has tried their best to reduce the firmware to the lowest possible capacity. A great example would be the upcoming iOS 9, it only weight as much as 1.3GB, which is a huge improvement. If there is not enough space for this, then you need to do some serious clean up.


iPhone 6s Live Photos and 3D Touch is coming to iOS 8

September 12, 2015 — by Hawon Nguyen0


Yesterday, everyone was surprised by how fast iH8sn0w was able to release a video of iOS 9 untethered jailbreak. The community continues to see more exciting stuff such as 3D Touch and Live Photos on an older firmware, specifically jailbroken iPhone and iPad that are running on iOS 8. On Wednesday, Apple introduced two of the most impressive features on its brand new iPhone 6s called 3D Touch and Live Photos. These two functionalities are available exclusively on the 6s and 6s Plus only.

With these upcoming Cydia tweaks from Elias Limneos, the developer behind 3D Touch and Live Photos for iOS 8.Many iOS users are expecting to stay with their current firmware longer than usual unless a jailbreak team decided to release a tool to jailbreak Apple’s iOS 9.


Untethered Jailbreak iOS 9 Demoed by iH8sn0w [Video]

September 11, 2015 — by Hawon Nguyen0


Apple has just released their iOS 9 Gold Master (GM) yesterday to developers for testing purposes and very soon it will be available to everyone. For jailbreakers, you guys are probably would want to wait until there is a tool to jailbreak iOS 9 before you decided to upgrade to Apple’s latest firmware right? Well, good news because well-known hacker iH8sn0w, the guy behind many popular iOS tools such as P0sixspwn and Sn0wbreeze recently release a video that surprises everyone.

The video you are about to see below was posted on YouTube, to demonstrate the iOS 9 untethered jailbreak.


4 Best Instagram Cydia Tweaks for iOS 8

September 8, 2015 — by Hawon Nguyen1


When discussing the most popular social networking applications across different mobile operating system, nothing can beat Instagram and Twitter. While both apps are simple and straightforward, Instagram still lacks important features and should have provided more than what it currently offer right now. Recently, there was a new update version of Instagram for iPhone and iPad that allows users to post photos and videos in landscape and portrait formats without using a third-party application.

That is a good move for the Facebook-owned company, however, with their speed in enhancing the service, it will be long until we see anything new. Good news for jailbreakers, though, because if you have access to Cydia then adding more features to the official Instagram app is super easy. Below we have some of the best Cydia tweaks for Instagram app and all of these packages support iPhone and iPad that are running on iOS 8 or higher.


How to Uninstall KeyRaider from Jailbroken iPhone & iPad

September 5, 2015 — by Hawon Nguyen0


Earlier this week, we informed you guys about a new malicious software called KeyRaider that is responsible for nearly 250,00 hacked iCloud accounts. Unlike most viruses, this malware only infected those with jailbroken iPhone and iPad. Specifically, anyone that added shady repository and download pirated jailbreak tweaks are most likely to already have this malware running inside their device. From personal experiences and different research, we found that if you stay away from any illegal packages and Cydia sources, then you are safe from this.


Firefox Public Preview For iPhone and iPad Is Now Available for Download

September 4, 2015 — by Hawon Nguyen0


We have seen many popular web browsers make its ways to the mobile devices like iOS and Android. However, something that a lot of people are waiting for is the official Firefox browser for iPhone and iPad. Mozilla, the team behind Firefox has announced that they’re working on Apple’s Firefox back in December of last year. Recently, a selected number of beta testers were able to get their hand on the beta version and we think that it’s stable enough for Mozilla to release their first public preview to normal users.

With that being said, FireFox Public Preview for iOS is now available for download. But there is a little catch, though, the application is currently downloadable for those in New Zealand only. Of course, it will be released worldwide in a couple of days. For now, you can check out some of the outstanding features in Firefox.


SafariSearchHider Tweak Lets You Hide History Searches in Normal Safari

September 4, 2015 — by Hawon Nguyen0


There are several reasons why someone would want to enable the Private Browsing feature on their iPhone or iPad. Most commonly, it’s to protect themselves from advertising agencies because most browsers including our stock browser, Safari, track our data for ads purposes. Another good example would be to avoid others from violating their privacy.

The default settings in Safari store all the websites and searches that users went to and allows them to easily get access to that information just in case they close all the tabs. Last but not least, auto-fill data, this feature is somewhat helpful as it automatically enters our login credential to a website, only if you’ve done so previously.