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El nuevo IOS11 de Apple


Después del lanzamiento de la versión en pruebas el pasado mes de julio, la versión definitiva de iOS 11 estará disponible a partir de hoy mismo. Apple no acostumbra a fijar una hora exacta, pero si sigue el patrón habitual aparecerá una notificación en los dispositivos de los usuarios a partir de las 10 de la mañana en Cupertino y sobre las 19 horas en España.

¿Qué novedades presenta iOS 11?

Son numerosas y diversas, algunas exclusivas para el iPhone X y otras disponibles también para el resto de dispositivos. De algunas ya pudimos ver una pequeña muestra la semana pasada en la presentación de los nuevos terminales, como el Face ID, los animojis o la realidad aumentada en el modelo más caro. Otras, en cambio, deberemos esperarnos hasta tener el nuevo software para disfrutar de ellas.
Más allá de los emoticonos animados y de la posibilidad de desbloquear el teléfono con el rostro, con iOS 11 también dispondremos de un nuevo centro de control más personalizado y completo, podremos grabar lo que ocurre en nuestra pantalla y editar las imágenes y los vídeos obtenidos y gestionar nuestro contenido con la aplicación Archivos.

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Apple iOS 8.4 Jailbreak, Actualización, Noticias: iOS 8.4.1 Podría Arruinar El Último Jailbreak

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No pasó mucho tiempo para que la comunidad jailbreak lanzara un jailbreak para el iOS 8.4. Poco después de iOS 8.4 fue lanzado, se creó un jailbreak funcional, pero pronto podría verse amenazado, según Gizmodo.

Apple ya está trabajando en iOS 8.4.1. La versión beta ha salido y la versión final llegará pronto. Con iOS 8.4.1, Apple podría arreglar el jailbreak creado para iOS 8.4 y rápidamente apagar la fiesta de la comunidad jailbreak.

La versión beta de iOS 8.4.1 fue lanzada apenas dos semanas después de que iOS 8.4 salió. iOS 8.4 abordó algunos errores e hizo algunas mejoras en el rendimiento del sistema operativo, pero también presentó el nuevo servicio de streaming Apple Music para los usuarios de iOS por primera vez.

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iOS 9 vs iOS 8: What’s new?

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iOS 9 vs iOS 8: What’s new?

iOS 8’s Search feature is one that we find ourselves using quite often, and has come a long way since the pre-iOS 7 days. In iOS 8, you can use Search to search Wikipedia, find the latest news, nearby places, apps from the App Store, songs from the iTunes Store and suggested websites, as well as your contacts, messages, emails and notes. Siri and Search are about to get a lot better in iOS 9.

The company apparently wants to offer a range of additional information and features based on the users habits and an understanding of context, making your iPhone a “proactive assistant”. Search will also display categories of nearby places including food, drink, shopping and fun. You’ll also be served with trending news story based on your current location so you’re always in the loop.

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Whats coming: IOS 8

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iOS 8 was unveiled at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference on June 2. A beta version of the software was made available to developers that same day, with a public launch slated for the fall of 2014.

Improved integration between Apple devices, both mobile and desktop, is a major focal point of both iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite. Apple introduced several new “Continuity” features that are designed to connect the iPhone, iPad, and Mac “like never before.”

AirDrop, Apple’s peer-to-peer file sharing protocol, now works between iOS and Mac devices. Handoff, a newly introduced feature, works on the same sharing principles and lets users start a task on one device and instantly pick it up on another.

Along with sharing tasks with Handoff, iPads and Macs can both place and answer phone calls using the iPhone as a relay. Using this same functionality, Macs and iPads are able to receive SMS messages via the Messages app, which was previous limited to iMessages on those platforms.

Several features within iOS 8 have received major upgrades, including Notification Center. There are new interactive notifications, allowing users to quickly reply to texts, emails, and more, right within the notification banner. Apps can install widgets in the Notification Center in iOS 8, expanding its capabilities.

The Messages app has new options that let users manage (and leave) group conversations, and the app supports quick voice messages and videos. Typing within Messages and other apps is also much easier, thanks to a new QuickType predictive keyboard. Third-party keyboards can also be installed.

Apple has debuted a new iCloud service called iCloud Drive, which works similarly to Dropbox. iCloud Photo Library, a part of iCloud Drive, has been built into a redesigned Photos app to make all of a user’s photos accessible on every device. Photos has also gained new editing tools, while the Camera app has a new time-lapse mode and a built-in timer.
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Updates on IOS Jailbreak 7.1.1

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A few days ago, Stefan Esser, better known in jailbreak circles as i0n1c, revealed that he’d successfully performed an iOS 7.1.1 untethered jailbreak on his very yellow iPhone 5c. Following this exciting inroad, he then went on to explain how the single kernel exploit was achieved, and now, finally, he’s shown off a demo clip of his device booting up and running Cydia on iOS 7.1.1.

i0n1c’s revelation over the weekend served as the latest in a line of encouraging post-iOS 7.1 jailbreak progress. Winocm, who will be joining Apple later on this year in a move that will probably see the hacker retire from the Cydia community for good, demonstrated that a jailbreak on an iPhone 4 was possible.

But i0n1c certainly raised the bar by showcasing an iPhone 5c jailbreak, especially given that newer processors are almost always more difficult to hack, and did so by effectively re-implementing a single kernel exploit found inside many iOS apps.

Given that i0n1c is a veteran of the scene and one of the most talented security experts around, we never doubted the legitimacy of his claims, but to dispel any misconceptions or ambiguity, the hacker has thrown out a video of the jailbreak in action. He’s calling it Cyberelevat0r. Embedded at the bottom of this post, you see the iPhone 5c run through the Settings to reveal the version number, fire up Cydia, and then finally reboot, to prove its untethered nature.
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