Apple has brought back the battery percentage indicator in iOS 16 beta 5, but it needs you to enable it. The battery indicator makes…
The first time I jailbroke my iPhone, I almost vomited from sheer joy. After endless reboots and black screens, a pineapple with a loading bar popped up on my screen, signifying that RedSn0w had done its job. RedSn0w, for the uninitiated, is one of the countless iOS jailbreak methods which frees iDevices from the Cupertino shackles. It’s Jailbreaking, and I’m its ambivalent fan.
Why I did it: the case for Jailbreaking
I’m not ashamed to admit it, I used to be very frugal with my money. The thought of donating a dollar to Apple’s unlimited coffers made my stomach turn. Before I purchased my now sloth-like iPhone 3GS, I researched which phones had the best games and applications. Two years ago, this was the iOS platform. Today, it’s probably Android. Regardless, I wanted free shit.