Articles By Erik Pineda
Apple has released beta 4 of the iOS 7.1 update Monday this week and as expected the patch is meant to eliminate the exploits used by Team Evad3rs to ensure that the Evasi0n7 jailbreak will successfully unlock iPhones and iPads.
The iPad juggernaut continues to gallop, likely forcing Google to do away with the Nexus 10 2 release date plans in favour of the more compact and alluring Nexus 8.
The much awaited release dates of the iPhone 6 and Galaxy S5 appear to be taking definite form this week as the international phablet market that the two devices are geared to invade is reportedly set to expand by up to five times from its current size.
New is not always better but in the case of Galaxy S5, its nearing release date is seen as one major improvement from Samsung – correcting the mistakes and filing in the misses that were represented by the Galaxy S4.
While the Nexus 10 2 release date mystery is yet to be solved, one more question nags the Android world: Will Samsung build the 10.1-inch slate or will Asus emerge as the chosen one?
Will Apple opt for a much earlier release date for its rumoured phablet, the iPhone 6, as the company is reportedly set to surprise the market with more than 55 million iPhones sold in the last quarter of 2013?
Having a massive screen on release date is perhaps the most anticipated feature of the rumoured iPhone 6 and most likely this speculation will come true despite Apple’s silence on the matter.
Google has managed to keep everyone guessing on when actually the Nexus 10 2 release date is happening as hoax and false alarms continue to shroud this much anticipated Android world event in mystery.
Now that the Evasi0n7 iOS 7 jailbreak from Team Evad3rs and Cydia are working as one, and smooth at that, iPhone and iPad owners have more reasons to play the all exciting jailbreaking the game.
As expected, the Galaxy S5 rumours continue to ramp up as the Samsung’s next flagship supposed March-April 2014 release date nears.