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Leaked iPhone 7 & iPhone SE Cases Unveils New Information...

Semi-Restore - Free, Cross-platform Utility To Clean Wipe Your iDevice Without Losing Jailbreak

If you have a jailbroken Apple iDevice then a simple wipe to factory settings or the "Erase All Content And Settings" option on your device can send it into a infinite bootloop as discussed here. Earlier I have personally resorted to various tools to wipe important data like contacts on my iDevices and today I will be sharing how to wipe-clean your jailbroken device using a single free utility - Semi-Restore.

Semi-Restore, as the name suggests is a free, cross-platform tool to restore your Apple iDevice to a clean wipe (factory-reset) state without any issues on jailbroken phones. Compatible with all jailbroken iPhone, iPod touch, iPad and iPad mini models running iOS 5.0 through 8.4, the tool wipes all your personal data and settings leaving the jailbreaking intact.

Semi Restore Jailborken iPhone

[Video] Apple iOS 10 Advanced Control Center Concept

A concept to show how Control Center in iOS can be improved to allow for greater customisation of hardware toggles and app shortcuts. Other improvements also include the integration of 3D Touch for extra options and a new system-wide dark mode.

New Samsung Galaxy S7 Advertisment's Takes Jibes At Apple iPhone...

Continuing it's tradition to taunt Apple devices for things they can't do, Samsung has revealed a new set of advertiements to promote their latest flagship mobile device, the Samsung Galaxy S7.

[Video Explanation] The January 1, 1970 iPhone Bricking Bug, Why it happens and How to fix it...

Internet is abuzz with a newly found bug which will permanently sent your Apple iPhone in a boot loop if you set the date to January 1, 1970 and reboot. Until recently there was no solution to the issue and the user must get their phone replaced at the Apple store, luckily a solution is now found and is shared below.

Introduction to January 1, 1970 Bug - The fastest way to brick an iPhone!!!

Unreliable rumor's says iPhone 7 Plus to feature 256GB storage with 3,100 mAh battery

According to a fresh rumor Apple’s forthcoming 5.5-inch ‘iPhone 7 Plus’ will have exclusive features in-comparison to the 4.7-inch ‘iPhone 7’ version: a new 256GB storage option and a larger 3,100 mAh battery capacity. Do keep in mind that the Chinese language website Mydrivers which released this rumor does not has the best track record for Apple rumors, so this rumor should be taken with skepticism.

iPhone 7

[VIDEO] The Simple Solution To iPhone Charger Cable Tearing...

Apple produces very high-quality products but charging cables are surely not one of them, teared iPhone/iPod charging cables would be one of the most common problems faced by users. If you don't want to have the same fate for your expensive original Apple cable this video will show you an easy solution to protect and even fix your broken cable.

How To Fix Broken Apple Usb Cable

Apple iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus Offcial Price In India Revealed

Putting an end to all the speculations, Apple has finally announced arrival of iPhone 6s and 6s Plus models in India on October 16,2015. The flagships phones are priced on the higher end and are as shown below. Online eCommerce portals and local vendors have already started taking pre-orders for the devices, it is also reported that Apple has tied up with Indian carriers to offer the phones to their customers beginning October 16.

Apple iPhone 6s India


Apple iPhone 6s Plus India

Apple iPhone 6s And 6s Plus Powering Off Mysteriously Without Warning

Apple's new smartphones have always been the talk of the town and this year was no exception with release of the highly anticipated iPhone 6s and 6s Plus upgrades. However, the excitement is not living upto the expectation for many as their brand new, sparkling iPhone6s has started to power down without any reason. Many users on Reddit and Apple Support Forums have now started to report this bug where their phones are getting powered-off when left unattended for some time.

Some users also noticed their iPhone 6s home button feels warm citing some kind of overheating problem to the issue, any of this is yet to be acknowledged or fixed by Apple. After the phone shutdown due to this issue, the only way to revive the device back on is to hold the power and home button down for 10 seconds, forcing the phone to restart. One user on Reddit seems to have solved the issue permanently as follows:

I ended up solving it (or so I think), by completely wiping my phone and restoring from my iCloud backup. I also was using my old 6 Plus charger and cable and swapped that out with the one that came with my 6S Plus. I'm not sure if that had anything to do with it, but for me this issue only happened at some point in the night when it was on the charger.

[Video] Side-by-side Comparison of iPhone 6s Digital vs iPhone 6s Plus Optical Image Stabilization at 4K

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