iOS 5

iPhone iOS 5 Jailbreak Instructions (Redsn0w)

Thanks to iPhone Dev-Team the redsn0w jailbreak tool is updated to jailbreak the iPhone 4 and iPhone 3GS running iOS 5. This is a work in progress designed to help app developers update their products for the latest firmware. As such, Dev-Team considers redsn0w a beta release and warns early adopters there may be lingering bugs in the firmware.

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Before you go ahead and read the tutorial, be aware this does not apply to the iPhone 4S or iPad 2. Jailbreak solutions for these two devices are under development and have not been released. When it comes to the iPhone 4 and 3GS, most devices will require a tethered jailbreak.

Sanity Prevails: Notification Center on the Lockscreen with IntelliscreenX

Every now and then you wish for something and you get it. That's essentially what is about to happen for me and a whole host of others who have been wanting more from iOS 5's Notification Center. It was just days ago that I wrote about Apple's biggest blunders with Notification Center and a few days later the developers at Intelliborn, developers of the popular Intelliscreen jailbreak app, have announced their latest app, IntelliscreenX. IntelliscreenX, as it turns out, is here to make Notification Center what it should have been in the first place.

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Like it's predecessor in Intelliscreen, IntelliscreenX's main purpose to to allow you to put all sorts of useful information on your lock screen. However, this latest incarnation does so by leveraging Apple's already excellent Notification Center, first and foremost by allowing Notification Center to be seen where it is most useful.

How can I put the Newsstand app in a folder?

UPDATE: Now you can hide Newsstand in a folder using StifleStand. The software for Mac or Windows computers can be downloaded free and is compatible with all iOS 5 and iOS 6 devices.

Some users have complained that iOS 5 will not let them put the iPhone Newsstand app icon into a folder for safekeeping. For those who don't plan to use the Newsstand application or would like to organize this app in a folder, read on because there is a workaround.



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