Friday, January 29, 2016

How To Bring Enhanced iOS 6 App Switcher To iOS 9 iPhone

If you want to bring improved iOS 6 App Switcher to iOS 9 iPhone then go on reading our post. If you prefer to use liberated iPhone, then ClassicSwitcher 3 is a popular Cydia tweak that brings an enhanced iOS 6 App Switcher to most recent adaptations of iOS.

 Up to this point, the tweak supported only iOS 8 running iDevices however the developer behind the ClassicSwitcher released a new update for the tweak that adds support for iOS 9 firmware version. For those who never heard about the tweak, it brings back the old look and feel of the iOS 6 App Switcher to latest versions of iOS.


Rather than review the sneak peak cards of dynamic applications in the App Switcher, ClassicSwitcher replaces it with the iOS 6 style which highlights application symbols just instead of sneak peak cards. Follow steps below to setup this tweak on your device.

How To Bring Improved iOS 6 App Switcher To iOS 9 iPhone

Before you proceed check the following information:

Step 1. Head to Cydia and download ClassicSwitcher 3 tweak on your iPhone.

Step 2. Once done, install the downloaded program.

Step 3. Now with ClassicSwitcher 3 iOS 9 update you will be able to get a speedy review of the majority of the running applications in a solitary page. In addition, the tweak amplifies the usefulness of the exemplary App Switcher by permitting to close all applications without a moment’s delay, see more symbols per line and a great deal more.

So if you are fond of older style and want to bring improved iOS 6 App Switcher to iOS 9 iPhone then you should definitely grab ClassicSwitcher 3.

Monday, January 25, 2016

How To Keep Low Power Mode On After iOS 9 iPhone Full Charge

We offer useful guide on how to keep Low Power Mode enabled after iOS 9 iPhone full charge. As you know Low Power Mode is the new features came with iOS 9 release. It lets you keep your battery usage as low as possible throughout all day when you want to safe battery life and you feel your battery level is getting to the point where you might not last until you can get to a charger.

Unfortunately, there is one downside in this case as iOS automatically turns off the feature when your iOS 9 iPhone gets charged up enough, forcing you to re-enable Low Power Mode manually. But those who have jailbroken device are really lucky as there is new free Cydia tweak called LowPowerMode that keeps Low Power Mode enabled after iOS 9 iPhone full charge. So follow steps below to setup this useful tweak.

How To Keep Low Power Mode On After Full Charge Of iOS 9 iPhone


Step 1. First you need to jailbreak your device. As LowPowerMode tweak supports only iOS 9 firmware then use Pangu tool. 

Step 2. If you have already liberated your device then go to Cydia and download LowPowerMode tweak.

Step 3. Now install the tweak on your jailbroken device. From now you’ll never have to turn Low Power Mode back on ever again. There are no options to configure so the tweak starts to work right away. From now Low Power Mode will always be enabled on your device at all times, even after charging it up to 100%. This allows you to keep all of the features Low Power Mode offers to keep your device as battery-efficient as possible. 

It is important to note here that with LowPowerMode jailbreak tweak installed, you will still get the notification saying “Low Power Mode Turned Off – Battery sufficiently charged” when your iPhone reaches a high charge level. But you’ll notice that despite this notification, Low Power Mode indicator in the Status Bar will remain yellow, indicating Low Power Mode feature is enabled.

So if you’re a big Low Power Mode user you should definitely check out this free LowPowerMode jailbreak tweak.

Friday, January 22, 2016

How To Add Apple Watch Icon To iOS 9 iPhone Status Bar

If you want to add Apple Watch icon to iOS 9 iPhone Status bar then go on reading our post. The Status bar gains some useful information that is always handy for us. You can always check the strength of your WiFi connection, your iPhone battery level, carrier signal connectivity and much more. Of course it would be also great if the Status bar also shows the Apple Watch connectivity status. Those who have already jailbroken their iOS 9 device are really lucky as WatchConnection is a new jailbreak tweak that aims to bring this status icon.

How To Add A New Icon To iPhone Status Bar When Connected To Apple Watch

Step 1. In order to add Apple Watch icon to iOS 9 iPhone Status bar you should be jailbroken. If you have already liberated your device then move to the next step.

Step 2. Now to install the tweak add the following new source to Cydia: http://repo.cpdigitaldarkroom.com.

Step 3. This WatchConnection tweak doesn’t offer any dedicated preferences pane for configuration. But it would be better if the developer provided an option for customizing the Apple Watch Status bar icon.

Step 4. This Cydia tweak provides a Status bar icon for Apple Watch that is placed on the right side of the Status bar. You should start seeing this new icon whenever you are connected to your wearable device. As soon as you connect to smartwatch, an icon will be added to the Status bar to keep you informed of its connectivity. The icon disappears as soon your iPhone is disconnected from your Apple Watch.

WatchConnection tweak works as advertised and is a good way of keeping track of your Apple Watch connectivity. So it would be a nice addition to your jailbroken iPhone. There is only one issue, the tweak doesn’t show the Status bar icon when in Lock screen.

How To Screenshot And Hold A Portion Of iOS 9 iPhone Screen

Have you ever need to take screenshot a portion of iOS 9 iPhone screen. If yes, then Snapper 2 is a handy jailbreak tweak that lets you crop a portion of your screen and hold it floating while on another screen. Some of you may be wondering how this could possibly be useful. Let's find out.

The functionality is particularly useful for keeping references to whatever you were working on in between apps. So with Snapper 2 tweak installed you can hide sensitive information before screenshotting, easily compare text or picture side by side. It will be possible to keep on top of important information or take precise screenshots with its cropping feature.

How To Screenshot A Portion Of iOS 9 iPhone Screen


Few important things before proceed:
  • To grab Snapper 2 tweak your device must be jailbroken with Pangu or TaiG tool (the tweak supports iOS 9 and iOS 8 firmware versions)
  • If you have accidently upgraded your iDevice to latest public iOS 9.2.1 firmware version then you can not use this tweak as currently this platform is unjailbreakable
  • Snapper 2 tweak doesn’t currently support the iPad

Step 1. Navigate to the BigBoss repo on Cydia and download Snapper 2 for $2.49. Those who owned the original Snapper version, the tweak will only cost $1.49. Install the downloaded program on your device.

Step 2. Once done, you can start to use the tweak. The jailbreak tweak as a whole is a rebuilt and revamped version of original Snapper with some iprovements.

Here are the developer’s personal Activator triggers for best-use:
  • Close all Snaps – Hold left side of status bar
  • Activate snapper – Hold middle of status bar
  • Activate instant snapper – Double click middle of status bar
  • Show history view – Hold right side of status bar
  • Bring back last snap – Double click right side of status bar
Step 3. Another Snapper 2 feature is that it stores a history of all of the snaps that you take in a history panel that can be accessed via Activator or via the Settings app. 

Step 4. You can also share the snaps with the iOS 9 share-sheet (this includes Message, Mail, Notes, Twitter apps as well as the ability to AirDrop, save the picture, etc.)

Due to fact that Snapper 2 has been in beta testing now you get relatively bug free version with tons of functionality and customization option to screenshot a portion of iOS 9 iPhone screen.

Wednesday, January 20, 2016

How To Download And Install iOS 9.2.1 On iDevice

From now it is possible to download and install iOS 9.2.1 on iPhone as Apple company has just flipped the switch and made available this public update for all supported iDevices. The final iOS 9.2.1 public release comes 2 weeks after Apple seeded beta 2 and about a month after first beta of iOS 9.2.1 was pushed to both developers and public beta testers. iOS 9.2.1, as any 9.x.x update, is minor update, focusing mainly on under-the-hood performance improvements and bug fixes rather than outward-facing changes. The Cupertino based company also release this latest public update a week after it seeded iOS 9.3 beta 1 which brings major new features such as Night Shift to iPhone and iPad that cuts down on blue light exposure during the evening for better sleep and brings new educational features.

How To Install iOS 9.2.1 Firmware Public Update On iPhone


Before you will proceed note:

If you are jailbroken on iOS 9.0-9.0.2, it is vital to know that for now there is no public jailbreak released for iOS 9.1+ devices. So if you want to keep all installed Cydia tweaks you should stay away from iOS 9.2.1 until a jailbreak tool is made available for iOS 9.1, 9.2 and 9.2.1firmware versions.

If you don’t care about jailbreaking though, you can update your device to iOS 9.2.1 using OTA (Over-The-Air) method. Simply navigate to Settings, then to General option, lastly to Software Update and update directly from there.

Clean Installation.

In case you don't have enough space on your iDevice you can use clean installation to get iOS 9.2.1update using safe method. You can install the recent public firmware by restoring the IPSW file from iTunes. But before do it, make sure you backup everything before hitting that Restore iPhone button. So use the direct links below to download and install iOS 9.2.1 on iPhone or any other compatible device.

iPhone

iOS 9.2.1 (iPhone 4S): iPhone4,1_9.2.1_13D15_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.2.1 (iPhone 5 GSM): iPhone5,1_9.2.1_13D15_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.2.1 (iPhone 5 GSM+CDMA): iPhone5,2_9.2.1_13D15_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.2.1 (iPhone 5s GSM): iPhone6,1_9.2.1_13D15_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.2.1 (iPhone 5s GSM+CDMA): iPhone6,2_9.2.1_13D15_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.2.1 (iPhone 5c GSM): iPhone5,3_9.2.1_13D15_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.2.1 (iPhone 5c GSM+CDMA): iPhone5,4_9.2.1_13D15_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.2.1 (iPhone 6 Plus): iPhone7,1_9.2.1_13D15_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.2.1 (iPhone 6): iPhone7,2_9.2.1_13D15_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.2.1 (iPhone 6s): iPhone8,1_9.2.1_13D15_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.2.1 (iPhone 6s Plus): iPhone8,2_9.2.1_13D15_Restore.ipsw

iPad

iOS 9.2.1 (iPad 2 Wi-Fi): iPad2,1_9.2.1_13D15_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.2.1 (iPad 2 GSM): iPad2,2_9.2.1_13D15_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.2.1 (iPad 2 CDMA): iPad2,3_9.2.1_13D15_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.2.1 (iPad 2 New): iPad2,4_9.2.1_13D15_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.2.1 (iPad 3 Wi-Fi): iPad3,1_9.2.1_13D15_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.2.1 (iPad 3 CDMA): iPad3,2_9.2.1_13D15_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.2.1 (iPad 3 GSM): iPad3,3_9.2.1_13D15_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.2.1 (iPad Mini Wi-Fi): iPad2,5_9.2.1_13D15_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.2.1 (iPad Mini GSM): iPad2,6_9.2.1_13D15_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.2.1 (iPad Mini CDMA): iPad2,7_9.2.1_13D15_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.2.1 (iPad 4 Wi-Fi): iPad3,4_9.2.1_13D15_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.2.1 (iPad 4 GSM): iPad3,5_9.2.1_13D15_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.2.1 (iPad 4 GSM_CDMA): iPad3,6_9.2.1_13D15_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.2.1 (iPad Air Wi-Fi): iPad4,1_9.2.1_13D15_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.2.1 (iPad Air Cellular): iPad4,2_9.2.1_13D15_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.2.1 (iPad Mini 2 Wi-Fi): iPad4,4_9.2.1_13D15_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.2.1 (iPad Mini 2 Cellular): iPad4,5_9.2.1_13D15_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.2.1 (iPad Air China): iPad4,3_9.2.1_13D15_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.2.1 (iPad Mini 2 China): iPad4,6_9.2.1_13D15_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.2.1 (iPad Mini 3 Wi-Fi): iPad4,7_9.2.1_13D15_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.2.1 (iPad Mini 3 Cellular): iPad4,8_9.2.1_13D15_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.2.1 (iPad Mini 3 China): iPad4,9_9.2.1_13D15_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.2.1 (iPad Air 2 Wi-Fi): iPad5,3_9.2.1_13D15_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.2.1 (iPad Air 2 Cellular): iPad5,4_9.2.1_13D15_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.2.1 (iPad Mini 4 Wi-Fi): iPad5,1_9.2.1_13D15_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.2.1 (iPad Mini 4 Cellular): iPad5,2_9.2.1_13D15_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.2.1 (iPad Pro Wi-Fi): iPad6,7_9.2.1_13D15_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.2.1 (iPad Pro Cellular): iPad6,8_9.2.1_13D15_Restore.ipsw

iPod touch

iOS 9.2.1 (iPod touch 5G): iPod5,1_9.2.1_13D15_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.2.1 (iPod touch 6G): iPod7,1_9.2.1_13D15_Restore.ipsw

Tuesday, January 19, 2016

How To Manage And Control Music On iOS 9 iPhone

We offer a guide on how setup Clex3 jailbreak tweak that helps to manage and control music on iOS 9 iPhone. This interesting Cydia tweak allows music listeners to have better control over all of their music content. The tweak brings two controllers onto the iDevice, which lets listeners control music playback, lyrics to the current playing song, and other music by the same artist they are listening to.

How To Easily Manage And Control Music In iOS 9


Before you proceed:
Step 1. Navigate to Cydia and download Clex3 tweak on your jailbroken device for $2.99. Once done install it.

Step 2.To use first controller swipe from the left of the screen towards the right side of the screen and the second one can be accessed from the right side of the device to the left side. Two controllers have different functionality, making it possible for users to control music without opening the Music application. The controller on the right is the one where users can manage music they are listening to, and the left controller (called Clexboard) just has multiple plugins.

Step 3. Currently there are 4 preinstalled plugins; albums, iTunes, songs, and playlists. As the names of these four plugins suggest, they give access to certain options and song lists right on the tweak’s left panel. You can switch between these plugins by tapping on the icons.

As of now the tweak offers only four plugins by default and more can be added later by the developer of Clex3 and other third-party developers. For those who want to manage and control music on iOS 9 iPhone Clex3 is the best choice.

Monday, January 18, 2016

How To Keep App Store And Cydia Settings In Different Folders On iOS 9 iPhone

If you want to keep App Store and Cydia settings in different folders on iOS 9 iPhone then go on reading our post. The longer you use your device the more App Store apps and Cydia jailbreak tweaks you install. The Settings app can get overflowed with preferences dedicated to all installed apps and tweaks. Those who has already liberated their iOS 9 devices with Pangu can download interesting jailbreak tweak called PreferenceOrganizer 2 that holds the Settings pane more organized by moving the available preferences into separate folders. Follow this step by step tutorial to setup this useful tweak on your iDevice.

How To Keep App Store And Cydia Settings In Different Folders In iOS 9


Before you proceed keep in mind that if your device was upgraded to latest firmware update such as iOS 9.2 or 9.3 then there is no way to get this teak as both these platforms currently unjailbreakable.

Step 1. First jailbreak your iOS 9 device using Pangu tool.

Step 2. Once done, install PreferenceOrganizer 2 for iOS 9 iPhone by adding the following new source to Cydia: https://cydia.angelxwind.net/.

Step 3. Once you’ve installed the tweak, additional configuration is not required. Simply launch the Settings app and you will notice that the tweak has placed all the app and tweak preferences in their corresponding folders.

Step 4. The tweak creates 4 folders in the Settings app under the following titles: Apple Apps, Social Apps, Tweaks and App Store Apps. All the preferences that correspond to each of these folders will be moved there respectively. The Apple Apps folder will contain the settings for the stock iOS apps such as Notes, Reminders, Messages etc. The Social Apps folder in its turn contains the preferences of Facebook, Twitter and more.


Also, rather than listing all the preferences of your jailbreak tweaks in Settings, they will be moved to the Tweaks folder to keep the app tidy and more organized.

If you think that to keep App Store and Cydia settings in different folders on iOS 9 iPhone is the good idea you should definitely take this PreferenceOrganizer 2 tweak for a spin.

Friday, January 15, 2016

iOS 9.3 Beta 1.1 Without Developer Account On iDevice

Those folks who are interested in new Apple software releases but aren't signed as a developer there is a option to download iOS 9.3 beta 1.1 without UDID on iDevice via direct links provided in our post. As you know three days back, Apple company pushed the first beta for iOS 9.3 to developers. Now there’s another software release for developers. Both these beta updates come after the company launched iOS 9.2 software version to public carrying with it several improvements month ago.


Following the public iOS 9.3 beta release, Cupertino-based company pushed a minor update to the developer release, bumping it up to version 9.3 beta 1.1. This quick launch of updated software was pushed to fix issues that were reported by developers who were trying to install the first beta update. Carrying 13E5181f build number this beta is recommended to be downloaded for those who have already run the iOS 9.3 beta 1.

This beta is available as an OTA update for any iOS devices already running the first beta. Those folks who don't have developer account using direct links for compatible device below can download iOS 9.3 beta 1.1 without UDID:

iPhone 4[S] - Model A1387, A1431
iPhone 5 (GSM) - Model A1428
iPhone 5 (Global) - Model A1429, A1442
iPhone 5c (GSM) - Model A1456, A1532
iPhone 5c (Global) - Model A1507, A1516, A15261, A1529
iPhone 5s (GSM) - Model A1453, A1533
iPhone 5s (Global) - Model A1457, A15181, A15281, A1530
iPhone 6 Plus - Model A1522, A1524
iPhone 6 - Model A1549, A1586
iPhone 6S - Model A1633, A1688, A1691, A1700
iPhone 6S Plus - Model A1634, A1687, A1690, A1699

iPad 2 (WiFi) - Model A1395
iPad 2 (GSM) - Model A1396
iPad 2 (Mid 2012) - A1395
iPad Mini (WiFi) - Model A1432
iPad Mini (GSM) - Model A1454
iPad Mini (Global) - Model A1455
iPad 3 (WiFi) - Model A1416
iPad 3 (CDMA) - Model A1403
iPad 3 (GSM) - Model A1430
iPad 4 (WiFi) - Model A1458
iPad 4 (GSM) - Model A1459
iPad 4 (Global) - Model A1460
iPad Air (WiFi) - Model A1474
iPad Air (Cellular) - Model A1475
iPad Air (China) - Model A1476
iPad Mini 2 (WiFi) - Model A1489
iPad Mini 2 (Cellular) - Model A1490
iPad Mini 2 (China) - Model A1491
iPad Mini 3 (WiFi) - Model A1599
iPad Mini 3 (Cellular) - Model A1600
iPad Mini 3 (China) - Model A1601
iPad Mini 4 (WiFi) - Model A1538
iPad Mini 4 (Cellular) - Model A1550
iPad Air 2 (WiFi) - Model A1566
iPad Air 2 (Cellular) - Model A1567
iPad Pro (WiFi) - Model A1584
iPad Pro (Cellular) - Model A1652

iPod touch 5 - Model A1421, A1509
iPod touch 6 - Model A1574

As per iOS 9.3 beta 1.1 release notes, it includes a fix for the above mentioned installation issues. This new minor beta software update should fix that. It should also address issues with some apps using the compass data on iDevices that don’t include a motion coprocessor under the hood.

Talking about iOS 9.3 software update in general then it is sizable update, that brought several new features. The major feature is Night Shift that force iOS to change device screen’s gamma value in order to enable the colors appear warmer or cooler. Night Shift mode only works on 64-bit devices. The iOS 9.3 update also brings the ability to pair an iPhone with multiple Apple Watches as well as minor improvements for News app.

Thursday, January 14, 2016

How To Customize Keyboard On iOS 9 iPhone

For those who are bored of the classic grey color we have an great guide how to customize keyboard on iOS 9 iPhone. Of course many users want to change this sad default color and they will definitely find few jailbreak tweaks that will allow them to play around, customize and add their own configurations to the keyboard. But if you prefer the deep personalized level of customization of  the official Apple keyboard, then new iKeys tweak might be the one for you. This tweak allows users to customize Apple’s keyboard option and really give it the extra touch. So follow step below to download and install this Cydia tweak on your iDevice.

How To Customize iPhone Keyboard In iOS 9


Step 1. In order  to customize keyboard on iOS 9 iPhone you'll need a jailbroken device running anything between 8.1 to 9 firmware versions.

Step 2. Now navigate to Cydia and download the tweak. Once done install iKeys on your jailbroken device.

Step 3. This tweak presents such customization options as changing colors and transparency. But aside from these features developer, orangebananaspy, has incorporated pre-made keyboard presets, referred to as “Recipes” in the app, making them available to users. With these “Recipes” users can easier create their own keyboard presets.

Step 4. Those who are interested in going the deep customization level can use Green Goblin to create their own custom recipes.

Step 5. There are bulk of in-app purchases available as well once you have this downloaded. Users will be able to subscribe to the Recipe Store for either $1 per month or $10 per year if they are extremely into changing their keys often. 

For a lot of users this price can be a little bit high and of course there are few alternative tweaks that can provide similar functionality. But if you will try this Cydia tweak you will notice that besides its customization options it is very easy in use.

Wednesday, January 13, 2016

How To Bypass The Passcode Screen On iOS 9 iPhone

In this post we will teach you how to bypass the Passcode Screen on iOS 9 iPhone. As you know Passcode is developed as security option that allows you to prevent unauthorized persons to gain access to your iDevice. Of course in the majority of our busy every day time this feature is a welcomed. But sometimes it can become annoying, particularly if you’re at home and don’t want to repeatedly enter passcode or alternatively wait for the TouchID.


CP Digital Darkroom has developed jailbreak tweak called SmartPass that lets you easier to manage by intelligently removing the passcode entry requirement under certain situations that you can configure. This means that you can quickly add WiFi networks and Bluetooth devices to a whitelist to have your device unlock without a password when they are connected.

How To Avoid The Passcode Screen On iOS 9 iPhone

It is vital to note prior you will proceed installing and using the tweak that you’ll still be prompted to swipe in these scenarios. This Cydia tweak works similar to as if you didn’t have a passcode enabled in the first place with the exception of the fact that you will outside of your whitelisted parameters.

Step 1. In order to setup SmartPass you should jailbreak your iOS 9 device. Once done, head to Cydia and grab the tweak for only $1.00. 

Step 2. Now install the downloaded tweak on your iOS 9 device. 

Step 3. Once installed this tweak you can option to configure from Setting app. 


Now you know how to bypass the Passcode Screen on iOS 9 iPhone. Of course for some users this type of functionality that SmartPass tweak applies could be seen as unnecessary program. But other see it as a welcomed tweak that can be used from time to time.

Tuesday, January 12, 2016

Download iOS 9.3 Beta 1 Without UDID On iDevice

Now you can download iOS 9.3 beta 1 without UDID using direct links provided in our post below, as yesterday Apple company seeded the first beta of the next version of its mobile platform, iOS 9.3 to developers. This update was pushed just after Apple has released the second beta update to iOS 9.2.1 firmware version to developers. iOS 9.3 is a major new release that incorporates bulk of new features to mobile operating system.

iOS 9.3 New Features

Night Shift


Night Shift is a brand new feature. It uses your device’s clock and location to find out when it’s sunset in your location so your iDevice will then automatically change the color of the display to warmer the screen so your eyes won’t hurt if you use your iPhone in a dark environment. You can enable this feature via the Display & Brightness Section on the Settings App.


Notes


With iOS 9.3 firmware release you will be able to secure your notes and data using Touch ID. Apple also adds the ability sort all your notes by date created, modified or alphabetic.


News

News App also has gained some new features and improvements. You can now play videos directly from the News Feed, view everything in landscape mode, more responsive app etc.


CarPlay

iOS 9.3 adds new features to CarPlay like enhanced Apple Music support. Now you can view the New and For You sections in Apple music to find curated music based on your tastes. A new Nearby feature in maps makes it easier to find points of interest like gas, parking, coffee, etc., in a single tap.

Health

Health now shows your move, exercise, goals etc in one single place.


Multiple Apple Watch support

In order to take advantage of the ability to pair multiple Apple Watches through the Watch app, the Apple Watch must be running watchOS 2.2, which is currently only available to Apple developers. Many users found it frustrating that it is possible to only pair a single Apple Watch to the iPhone, so it’s nice to see that Apple is evolving its stance on this.


There is also a good news for jailbreakers. One hacker has posted a video showcasing the working jailbreak tool for iOS 9.3 beta 1 running devices.

The new update is available right now through the Apple Developer Center to developers. But for those who don't have developer account and want to try all the above mentioned new features can download iOS 9.3 beta 1 without UDID via direct links provided below.

iPhone:

iPhone 4[S] - Model A1387, A1431
iPhone 5 (GSM) - Model A1428
iPhone 5 (Global) - Model A1429, A1442
iPhone 5c (GSM) - Model A1456, A1532
iPhone 5c (Global) - Model A1507, A1516, A15261, A1529
iPhone 5s (GSM) - Model A1453, A1533
iPhone 5s (Global) - Model A1457, A15181, A15281, A1530
iPhone 6 Plus - Model A1522, A1524
iPhone 6 - Model A1549, A1586
iPhone 6S - Model A1633, A1688, A1691, A1700
iPhone 6S Plus - Model A1634, A1687, A1690, A1699

iPad:

iPad 2 (WiFi) - Model A1395
iPad 2 (GSM) - Model A1396
iPad 2 (Mid 2012) - A1395
iPad Mini (WiFi) - Model A1432
iPad Mini (GSM) - Model A1454
iPad Mini (Global) - Model A1455
iPad 3 (WiFi) - Model A1416
iPad 3 (CDMA) - Model A1403
iPad 3 (GSM) - Model A1430
iPad 4 (WiFi) - Model A1458
iPad 4 (GSM) - Model A1459
iPad 4 (Global) - Model A1460
iPad Air (WiFi) - Model A1474
iPad Air (Cellular) - Model A1475
iPad Air (China) - Model A1476
iPad Mini 2 (WiFi) - Model A1489
iPad Mini 2 (Cellular) - Model A1490
iPad Mini 2 (China) - Model A1491
iPad Mini 3 (WiFi) - Model A1599
iPad Mini 3 (Cellular) - Model A1600
iPad Mini 3 (China) - Model A1601
iPad Mini 4 (WiFi) - Model A1538
iPad Mini 4 (Cellular) - Model A1550
iPad Air 2 (WiFi) - Model A1566
iPad Air 2 (Cellular) - Model A1567
iPad Pro (WiFi) - Model A1584
iPad Pro (Cellular) - Model A1652

iPod touch:

iPod touch 5 - Model A1421, A1509
iPod touch 6 - Model A1574