Indian Companies to Sponsor i0n1c for Public iOS Jailbreak

Indian Companies are ready to sponsor i0n1c for releasing a public iOS Jailbreak. While the world is waiting for the Jailbreak community to make some progress and announce good news for them, on the other hand, companies in India cannot wait for long for the Jailbreak because it has been so long since the last Jailbreak arrived for iOS Devices. The last known iOS Jailbreak arrived was for iOS 8.1.2, which was released by Taig out of the dark. After releasing the iOS 8.1.2 Jailbreak, Taig disappeared and no word have been said about the future Jailbreaks for the iDevices.

That is why people are continuously asking and waiting for some of iOS Hacking Teams to announce or show some proof regarding the iOS Jailbreak for iOS 8.1.3 and above. In order to meet the expectation of demoing a Jailbreak, i0n1c, a well-known iOS Hacker/Developer from no where showed us the first demo of the iOS 8.4 Jailbreak.

Indian Companies Ready to Sponsor i0n1c for Public iOS Jailbreak Release:

Now the same guy, i0n1c is receiving E-Mails from some Indian Companies, which are ready to sponsor him for a Public iOS Jailbreak release. This news comes from a Tweet from i0n1c stating that:



However, the motive behind Indian Companies to offer for Public iOS Jailbreak is not clear. The question still remains the same that Why they want to sponsor for the Jailbreak, when the Jailbreak is free and the exploits are not for sale.

At this stage, it is too early to make a statement or jump to any conclusion regarding the involvement of Indian Companies wanting to sponsor i0n1c for the public iOS Jailbreak release. All we can say is that there might be real-time fans in those companies, who cannot wait long enough to get the Jailbreak on their iDevices.

What is your pick on this? Do let us know.


First Ever iOS 8.4 Jailbreak Surfaces – Video

Out of the blue Stefan Esser a.k.a i0n1c and a very well-known hacker in the iOS community released iOS 8.4 jailbreak video, which demonstrated that there is some hope left for the people waiting for the untethered jailbreak for iOS 8.2 and above to arrive. The video released by Esser is of iOS 8.4 Beta 1 in which he demoed the possibility of OpenSSH working via USB. Taking this advantage of OpenSSH, Esser ported Cydia on the iPhone 6 and released the video of iOS 8.4 jailbreak.


iOS 8.4 Jailbreak – Video

However, the above video is of the iOS 8.4 Beta 1 and Esser says that there are some files broken in this jailbreak version that is why he didn’t show anything like tether or untether Jailbreak. He himself is not sure about what is wrong at the moment with the jailbreak because it is in beta stages.

Further on he vows to keep every one updated regarding the iOS 8.4 Jailbreak as he makes some progress from time to time. Once the iOS 8.4 is out of the Beta stages, then he or other teams that are working on to can do the final work on the Jailbreak achieve the goal of iOS 8.4 jailbreak.


iPhone vs Android Got Bloody – Intense Stabbing Occurred

We have seen many iPhone vs Android battles in the past and all those battles were related to software vs software and some times hardware. However, this recent battle of iPhone vs Android was taking to a whole new level by two roommates, who were way too high to perform this battle. At the moment it might sound like some serious argument might take place between two of them, but there were some consequences, as both the parties refused to accept each others claim based on superiority and minority.


The report of this iPhone vs Android battle comes from KTUL, which reported that two roommates were highly intoxicated and entered in an argument between each other over what phone is better. The argument between two lads started to heat up like an iPhone does when it is on charge and after some time the heat started to rise and putted both of the lads on fire like Android Phone’s go on fire and it resulted in a fight.

The fight was not an ordinary or fist fight. Indeed, it was a bloody fight because those two lads picked up the beer bottles in their room, smashed them to pieces, and started to stab each other in the battle of iPhone vs Android.

The fight was not an ordinary or fist fight. Indeed, it was a bloody fight because those two lads picked up the beer bottles in their room, smashed them to pieces, and started to stab each other in the battle.

However, the police interrupted the battle approximately by 1:00 AM. They tried to cool down the things between the two lads, but they had injured them selves way too much that they were taken to hospital. According to the reports, the wounds were not deep and the lads will recover soon.

This is good news that they were taken care of or else there would have been serious consequences.

We don’t recommend you to start a physical battle among each other over silly things. We believe that both iPhone vs Android are not worth it your life. These kind of battles look good on the Internet and not in real life i.e. physically.

How to Block No Caller ID Calls on Your iPhone – Tutorial

How to Block No Caller ID is one of the most famous sentence that is being searched by All the iPhone users and other smartphone users around the Globe because a Call with No Caller ID is either a marketing or spam call or some one is trying to bug you for no reason. This sounds fun to the people who are calling from No Caller ID, but it is not really a good fun thing to do with people. However, with the introduction of iOS 7, Apple introduced Call Blocking system, but couldn’t introduce Block No Caller ID because it is too mainstream for some one block or figure it out who is calling.

Either a call from No Caller ID is from some marketing company or a friend or some organization is calling you in response to your Job Application. Whatever the scenario is, it is very annoying to see a call from No Caller ID for almost every one and the most annoying thing is that there is no way to Block No Caller ID in iPhone or any other smartphone.


However, if you are in USA and have a Jailbroken iPhone, then you have about 80-90% chances of knowing the number behind the No Caller ID and you can Block No Caller ID. However, if you are outside USA, then the only chances of Blocking No Caller ID is to follow this tutorial.

 How to Block No Caller ID Calls:

Step 1:

Go to Settings on your iPhone

Step 2:

Open Do Not Disturb Mode

Step 3:

Slide on Manual

Step 4:

Tap on Allow Calls from > Select All Contacts.

Will The Above Steps Block No Caller ID?

The above-mentioned steps won’t Block No Caller ID; indeed, it can stop them from calling and annoying you. By Enabling the Do Not Disturb Mode on your iPhone will stop all unknown calls and calls that are coming from No Caller ID. It will redirect the caller to your Voice Mail and will allow them to leave a voicemail message.

In addition to this, it will also show you the amount of calls that you have missed and the numbers that tried to call you, but didn’t went through. All you can do is ask the unknown number for their identification and then add the number in your contact list to avoid missing a call from them.

So far, this is the only working method to Block No Caller ID on iPhone’s. We hope that a real time and good solution by carriers or by Apple comes out some time soon.


How to Enable Personal Hotspot on iOS 8 – iPhone Tutorial

After the update of iOS 8.x.x, Personal Hotspot on iOS 8 has gone missing and many users have complained about it. The main reason behind the missing feature of Personal Hotspot is to blame Apple for putting on serious Restrictions on Personal Hotspot Feature in iPhone’s since the iOS 8.1.x Latest updates. We don’t know the main reason behind putting the restrictions on Personal Hotspot by Apple in iOS 8.1.x, but all we know is that Carriers might have played an important role in insisting Apple to put on some restrictions. Therefore, they can charge users an Extra buck to enable it or allow them to use Personal Hotspot on their iPhone’s.


Definitely, your carrier will charge you an extra buck for enabling personal hotspot on iOS 8.1.X. Anyhow, we have finally cracked the code for enabling personal hotspot on iOS 8.1.X on iPhone and iPad’s.

How To Enable Personal HotSpot on iOS 8 .1.X on iPhone/iPad:

Step 1:

Go to Settings> Cellular Data> APN settings

Step 2:

Find this line Personal Hotspot (APN)

Step 3:

Once you have founded the above line mentioned in Step 2, Enter this code in it


That’s All. You just need to enter in the above-mentioned code. Once you have entered in the above-mentioned code, now go back and you will have the option of Personal Hotspot on iOS 8.

How to enable Personal Hotspot in iOS 8 – Video

You can see the video guide attached above to enable personal hotspot on iOS 8.


Jailbreak iOS 8.1.2 MAC OS X Using PPJailbreak MAC

While People were waiting for the Jailbreak iOS 8.1.2 Mac to Arrive from some well-known names, like Pangu or Taig were left in a hope of these Jailbreak Tools to update to support iOS 8.1.2. However, from no where a new name emerged in the Jailbreaking World called PP Jailbreak For MAC that released Jailbreak iOS 8.1.2 Mac, which is compatible with Mac. This sounds strange, but its true.


This new tool of Jailbreak iOS 8.1.2 Mac version is free to download and so far it is safe to download and Jailbreak your iDevice with this Tool.

Download Jailbreak iOS 8.1.2 Mac