Requires iOS 8 and above
Over the past seven and a half years since the App Store launched in July 2008, Apple’s mobile application market has blossomed from a size of just 500 applications at launch to more than 1.5 million as of last month. Unfortunately, even with all of these apps readily available, the company has been reluctantly strict in allowing developers the ability to change application functionality with their own third-party enhancements. Until last summer, the process was mostly restricted to jailbroken iOS devices and there have been few app tweaks available for non-jailbroken devices, until now.
You really have to listen to court orders
Facebook’s attempt to do an Apple and ignore a court order in Brazil has resulted in its vice president being jailed.
You do not need to rewrite the operating system
Colourful IT candidate John McAfee showed how much rubbish Apple is putting into print by demonstrating that you don’t need to rewrite anything to allow the FBI access to a terrorist’s iPhone.
Advertising war begins
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You get what you pay for
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Apple did not invent slide to unlock
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OS X El Capitan page not for dirty minds
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There are more important things than Apple
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