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So long jailbreak, time to try ios6

kind of drunk, said fuck it, time to update. PS. I dont care about bad maps app I live in a city

about 4 years ago, by pineapple

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bonzai

The only thing I really really miss is fakeClockup. Makes my iphone seem so slow :/

bonzai, about 4 years ago

lush

iOS 6 jailbreak is out ?

lush, about 4 years ago

pineapple
posted by lush on Mon, Oct 1 at 01:55AM

iOS 6 jailbreak is out ?

No, but I basically want the features of io6 over the benefits of my jailbreak apps (tethering). I got an iphone 5 and its absolutely superb. The new maps is the best thing I have ever used, especially turn by turn. I have no idea how people can't love it. I suppose if you use subways a lot :/

And btw they jailbroke ios6, it's just not public release yet.

pineapple, about 4 years ago

lush
posted by pineapple on Mon, Oct 1 at 10:11PM
posted by lush on Mon, Oct 1 at 01:55AM

iOS 6 jailbreak is out ?

No, but I basically want the features of io6 over the benefits of my jailbreak apps (tethering). I got an iphone 5 and its absolutely superb. The new maps is the best thing I have ever used, especially turn by turn. I have no idea how people can't love it. I suppose if you use subways a lot :/

And btw they jailbroke ios6, it's just not public release yet.

Sounds good! I'm waiting for my iPad 2 to be delivered today. Not sure which iOS version it will have but I am trying to figure out the best way to jailbreak it. I want to jailbreak it so I don't have to pay a developer fee to test my own app on my own device. Apparently Apple are not signing 5.1.1 any more, and I don't really want to upgrade to iOS6 if there isn't an untethered jailbreak yet.

I'm a Mac fanboy through and through but it seems as if Apple like to use a double edged sword when it comes to developers.

lush, about 4 years ago

pineapple

I have a feeling it might be 5.1.1. Just a guess though. If not, at least there is already a jailbreak for it, just not released yet. That is a pain about developer fees I agree.. Do you have any apps in app store I should try?

pineapple, about 4 years ago

lush
posted by pineapple on Tue, Oct 2 at 10:10AM

I have a feeling it might be 5.1.1. Just a guess though. If not, at least there is already a jailbreak for it, just not released yet. That is a pain about developer fees I agree.. Do you have any apps in app store I should try?

Yes as predicted it's 5.1.1. Not going to bother to jailbreak it now, as I can't be bothered with the hassle if it goes into DFU mode etc. I will get a developers license once I'm ready to deploy an app.

I don't have any apps published as I was literally trying to create an app from scratch as a personal portfolio. It's probably better to do it with some HTML/CSS then cache everything to add to the home screen.

lush, about 4 years ago

pineapple
posted by lush on Tue, Oct 2 at 10:31AM
posted by pineapple on Tue, Oct 2 at 10:10AM

I have a feeling it might be 5.1.1. Just a guess though. If not, at least there is already a jailbreak for it, just not released yet. That is a pain about developer fees I agree.. Do you have any apps in app store I should try?

Yes as predicted it's 5.1.1. Not going to bother to jailbreak it now, as I can't be bothered with the hassle if it goes into DFU mode etc. I will get a developers license once I'm ready to deploy an app.

I don't have any apps published as I was literally trying to create an app from scratch as a personal portfolio. It's probably better to do it with some HTML/CSS then cache everything to add to the home screen.

So are you an objective C guy? I don't know much about developing apps. Or can you code them with html and css (and jquery?) with minimal Objective C?

pineapple, about 4 years ago

lush
posted by pineapple on Tue, Oct 2 at 11:16AM
posted by lush on Tue, Oct 2 at 10:31AM
posted by pineapple on Tue, Oct 2 at 10:10AM

I have a feeling it might be 5.1.1. Just a guess though. If not, at least there is already a jailbreak for it, just not released yet. That is a pain about developer fees I agree.. Do you have any apps in app store I should try?

Yes as predicted it's 5.1.1. Not going to bother to jailbreak it now, as I can't be bothered with the hassle if it goes into DFU mode etc. I will get a developers license once I'm ready to deploy an app.

I don't have any apps published as I was literally trying to create an app from scratch as a personal portfolio. It's probably better to do it with some HTML/CSS then cache everything to add to the home screen.

So are you an objective C guy? I don't know much about developing apps. Or can you code them with html and css (and jquery?) with minimal Objective C?

I started learning Objective-C yesterday, got a few books to read. You can code them with HTML/CSS/JS using phonegap but it will simulate it as a browser view when you compile the app. You can also use Titanium using straight Javascript which will make the functions more native. The best way obviously for performance etc is using the native language (Objective-C) thus making best use of the features, including everything in iOS6. http://mobile.tutsplus.com has a few guides on getting started. From what I see after touching on it briefly, this is a different ball game than usual web dev haha. Check out the tutorial on making a dribbble gallery app using titanium. Probably the best example to get started on making the transition.

lush, about 4 years ago


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