Described as “an important security update” that is recommended for install by all users, Apple has tonight released iOS 9.3.4 to the public.
Considered one of the first people to break the early security that surrounded what was then called iPhone OS – resulting in a whole industry that is now known as “jailbreaking,” George Hotz has announced this week that his self-driving car project, Comma, has received the funding support it requires in order to begin working on a real-world prototype.
Recording the screen on your iPhone or iPad used to be a luxury reserved for those who had jailbroken their devices. However, earlier today, an app appeared on the official iOS App Store that claimed to give users the exact same capability.
Although the legitimacy of the tweak is still under question, a new jailbreak app called “AnyDrop” – by Majd Alfhaily – now claims to allow for the wireless transfer of songs found in a user’s iTunes music library, to other nearby iOS devices.