My Home Screen On My iPhone 6S Plus

Hello everyone. My name is Ben Beedell and I’m Mikes friend from London, England who’s also going to be posting various things on here relating to iOS Jailbreaking. I’ve been a big fan of Jailbreaking, and I’ve Jailbroken every iDevice I’ve owned over the years. Below is my current setup on my new iPhone 6S Plus. Unfortunately at this moment in time I’m running the latest iOS 9.2 firmware which there is no jailbreak for at the moment. Let’s hope soon a new jailbreak will become available for anyone running iOS 9.2

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Apple Watch Sport goes on sale at wal-mart

This is the post from IDB about the Apple Watch 

and now…Walmart. Apple Watch is pretty much ubiquitous these days when it comes to American retail stores, and the addition of Walmart as an official retailer is just icing on the cake.


Granted, Apple Watch sales at Walmart are quite limited, with only the Sport model being offered, and further limitations have been placed on available colors.


Nonetheless, having the Apple Watch, in any incarnation, is a big deal and a big win for Apple and potential customers. It turns the visibility level of the popular wearable all the way to level 11.

Walmart is selling both the 38mm and the 42mm Apple Watch Sport models with a Space Gray aluminum case with a black band or a Silver aluminum case with a white band. The 38mm model is selling for $349, while the larger 42mm casing is going for $50 more at $399.


Thus far, those are the only options, as no color band Apple Watch Sport models are being offered. You can, however, purchase an additional band in a variety of colors. Walmart is selling 16 different color bands for $49.00 each. It’s also selling the Apple Watch Magnetic Charging Cable in a variety of lengths.


Even with Walmart’s entry into the game, you’d be better off right now shopping at Target or Best Buy. Best Buy is offering $100 off all Apple Watch models, and Target is peddling $100 gift cards with purchases.


Dropbox is shutting down its mailbox and carousel apps

Dropbox has just announced that it is shutting down its Mailbox and Carousel apps. The company plans to integrate key features from Carousel into the main Dropbox app.

In 2013, we acquired Mailbox because we believed in the way it was making mobile email better. In 2014, we launched Carousel to create a new way to experience and share photos. With both, we aspired to extend the simplicity of Dropbox to other parts of our users’ lives.
Building new products is about learning as much as it’s about making. It’s also about tough choices. Over the past few months, we’ve increased our team’s focus on collaboration and simplifying the way people work together. In light of that, we’ve made the difficult decision to shut down Carousel and Mailbox.
The Carousel and Mailbox teams have built products that are loved by many people and their work will continue to have an impact. We’ll be taking key features from Carousel back to the place where your photos live—in the Dropbox app. We’ll also be using what we’ve learned from Mailbox to build new ways to communicate and collaborate on Dropbox (you can see early signs of this focus with Paper).


Mailbox will be shut down on February 26th, 2016, and Carousel will be shut down on March 31st, 2016.
Hit the links below for more details…
[Mailbox] [Carousel]

SWIFT-programming language is open source now 

Apple has just announced that its Swift programming language is now open source. 
The company has launched a new swift.org website which provides a blog, documentation, downloads, and other material to help developers with Swift.

Welcome to Swift.org
Swift is now open source!
We are excited by this new chapter in the story of Swift. After Apple unveiled the Swift programming language, it quickly became one of the fastest growing languages in history. Swift makes it easy to write software that is incredibly fast and safe by design. Now that Swift is open source, you can help make the best general purpose programming language available everywhere.
For students, learning Swift has been a great introduction to modern programming concepts and best practices. And because it is now open, their Swift skills will be able to be applied to an even broader range of platforms, from mobile devices to the desktop to the cloud.
Welcome to the Swift community. Together we are working to build a better programming language for everyone.

Apple has separated the code for the Swift project into several open-source repositories, all hosted on GitHub.
Compiler and Standard Library

● swift: The main Swift repository, which contains the source code for the Swift compiler, standard library, and SourceKit.

● swift-evolution: Documents related to the continued evolution of Swift, including goals for upcoming releases proposals for changes to and extensions of Swift.
Core Libraries

● swift-corelibs-foundation: The source code for Foundation, which provides common functionality for all applications.

● swift-corelibs-libdispatch: The source code for libdispatch, which provides concurrency primitives for working on multicore hardware.

● swift-corelibs-xctest: The source code for XCTest, which provides fundamental testing infrastructure for Swift apps and libraries.
Package Manager

● swift-package-manager: The source code for the Swift package manager.

● swift-llbuild: The source code for llbuild, a low-level build system used by the Swift package manager.
Cloned Repositories

Swift builds upon several other open-source projects, most notably the LLVM Compiler Infrastructure. Swift’s clones of the repositories of those open-source projects contain Swift-specific changes and are merged regularly from their upstream sources.
● swift-llvm: The source code for LLVM, with a handful of Swift-specific additions. Merged regularly from the LLVM sources at llvm.org.

● swift-clang: The source code for Clang, with a handful of Swift-specific additions. Merged regularly from the Clang sources at llvm.org.

● swift-lldb: The source code for the Swift-enabled version of LLDB, for debugging Swift programs. Merged regularly from the LLDB sources at llvm.org.

● swift-cmark: The source code for CommonMark, which is used in the Swift compiler. 
Hit the link below to check out the swift.org site and learn more about Apple’s new programming language.

Apple to release colorful  iPhone 6c for February 2016 launch 

Another sketchy rumor was published today, claiming that Apple will be launching a rumored successor to its now discontinued, unapologetically plastic iPhone 5c in February of next year.
Citing supply chain sources familiar with the matter, Chinese publication TechWeb said that the device will feature a metallic enclosure treated with a wide range of colors.
Unnamed insiders from Foxconn, a contract fabricator that assembles many Apple gadgets, reportedly told TechWeb that the so-called iPhone 6c will be formally unveiled in January 2016 before hitting store shelves one month later in February 2016.
Sources speculated that the device might be outfitted with a Touch ID fingerprint scanner, but not 3D Touch as Apple wants to keep the off-contract price between $400 and $500 in the United States.
By comparison, 2013’s iPhone 5c model sold for $549 contract-free for the entry-level model with sixteen gigabytes of storage. However, Foxconn has yet to receive orders to commence mass production of the iPhone 6c, TechWeb cautioned.
Another report published earlier in the morning said Apple has been testing at least five different iPhone 7 prototypes with unique hardware features such as a USB Type-C connector for headphones, wireless charging, multi-touch Force Touch, dual cameras and a Touch ID fingerprint scanner embedded into the display itself.