Apple's iOS 6.1.3 update set to kill evasi0n untethered jailbreak

The iOS 6.1.3 beta 2 upgrade evasi0n not work with Apple, according to one of the developers behind the untethered jailbreak for the iPhone 5 and the new iOS devices.

Last beta of Apple, the company started pushing iOS developers last week, one of the five patches errors evasi0n jailbreak exploits, evasi0n creator David Wang told Forbes.
“If a vulnerability is not working, evasi0n not work,” said Wang
“We could replace that part with a different vulnerability, but [Apple] probably solve most if not all the mistakes that we used when 6.1.3 comes out.”
Apple Bane in the untethered jailbreak three weeks old, does not mean that this is the end of the Cydia jailbreak store or custom software on iOS devices.

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Wang told Forbes that his team “evad3rs” found other errors in the iOS platform, in addition to the aforementioned five exploits, and could build a brand new jailbreak based on them.
Yes, change Apple looks set to be the last update in the ongoing game of cat and mouse between the Cupertino company and the jailbreak community.
As the first untethered jailbreak iOS 6, was downloaded 270,000 times evasi0n as soon as it was launched. He continued to break records with nearly 7 million downloads in the next four days.
As avid users of Cydia is to avoid updating the iOS 6.1.3 patch may be essential for other security-oriented iPhone and iPad users.
Besides patching one of five exploits used by jailbreak untethered evasi0n, the iOS 6.1.3 update is set to fix the bug lockscreen persistent.
Although Apple knew about this bug lockscreen before released iOS 6.1.2 update, users can bypass the lockscreen not so sure, not going to the “need” four-digit password.
Again, the benefits of a jailbroken iOS device comes with giving up a little security.

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Apple shares slip toward $500 on iPhone 5 demand worries

Apple's iPhone 5

Apple’s iPhone 5

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Apple’s stock could fall below the $ 500 mark, if the pre-market trading trends continue throughout the day.

In trading before the placing on the market today, Apple shares slipped more than 17 to land at about $ 503. In some places this morning, Apple shares are even lower, although not fall below the $ 500 mark.
As trading on the Nasdaq took off, Apple has dropped by about 3 percent to about $ 504.25.

Apple investors are unloading shares news that the company has cut iPhone 5 orders for components in half due to weaker than expected demand for its new smartphone. That came a few weeks after UBS analyst Steven Milunovich cut sales estimates for iPhone 5 million units in three 2013/4, saying that Apple would face problems increasingly sell both its smartphones and tablets.

However, Milunovich is not so concerned about the actions of Apple. Wrote in his research note that he expects Apple shares hit $ 700 over the next 12 months.

Over the last few months, Apple shares have been steadily dropping. Apple 52 weeks is $ 705.07. At a closing price on Friday of $ 520.30, Apple is closer to its 52-week low of $ 418.66 to its high. In the last three months alone, Apple’s stock has slid 17 percent.
We will continue to update this story throughout the day, as Apple shares Notable movements.

Update 06:45 PT: Added the price of Apple shares for trading on the Nasdaq started for the day.

iPhone 5 users gobble up the most data in Europe, study says

iPhone 5 users in Europe are keeping mobile networks committed to lick the largest number of data.

Between 125 devices included in a study by Arieso today, users of the new iPhone data downloaded 50 percent more than those with an iPhone 4S and four times as much as those with an iPhone 3G. But users Samsung also proved to be big pigs data, at least in terms of arrivals.

Owners of the Galaxy S3 took first place in terms of the amount of data loaded, followed by those with the Galaxy Tab 2. That put the owners of the iPhone 5 in third place in the amount of photos, videos and other files loaded

Samsung tablet owners are also heating mobile networks. Those with the 10.1-inch Samsung Tab 2.0 data downloaded 20 percent more than those with iPad, according to analyst firm Arieso phone.

Overall, users of smartphones eclipsed tablet owners in the consumption data. Among the first 10 data hogs, 6 were smartphones, tablets were 3, and 1 was considered a “phablet.” Ranked, users of tablet took fourth place, eighth and ninth.

“This is quite counterintuitive, but it seems that the capacity of the new smartphones – not tablets – are unleashing user demand even greater,” Arieso CTO Michael Flanagan said in a statement. “Regardless of the type of device and operating system, the change is very little in the ‘signature’ use among users of smartphones and tablets among users From this we find that the voice that support ‘phablets’ -., As the Note Samsung Galaxy II – are currently being used as smartphones, not tablets. “

Study last year showed that 1 percent of users downloaded the 50 percent of the data on 3G/UMTS networks.

This year has revealed that 1 percent downloaded 40 percent of the data, while 10 percent chewed 80 percent. LTE is also rearing its head in this equation.

“The region that we have studied this year has recently launched LTE, and we are already seeing extreme users – especially those with dongle – starting to flock to 4G,” Flanagan said. “In many ways, this is great news – LTE networks are doing their job, but consumption levels and patterns of consumption LTE is very different from what you might expect from 3G operators is a complex, fluid, and increasingly high stakes for the situation .. operators to deal with. “

The full report focused on a single level, a European carrier. But Arieso believes relevant to other markets is that consumption data relatively constant across regions. Arieso analyzes data for mobile network carriers.

Apple reportedly cuts iPhone screen orders on weak demand

The Cupertino-based technology giant cut orders for iPhone 5 screens by about 50 percent last month, a possible sign of sagging demand, sources say, the Wall Street Journal.

Apple's iPhone 5.

Apple’s iPhone 5.

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Apple is reportedly selection down its orders for iPhone components, a possible sign that the demand for smartphones is not as strong as Apple intended.
The company cut its orders last month for iPhone 5 screens for the first calendar quarter of 2013 to about half its original purpose, the sources told the Wall Street Journal. The giant of Cupertino, Calif.-based technology also reportedly cut orders for the screen size as well.
CNET contacted Apple for comment and update this report when we learn more.

The report seems to support the provision of at least one analyst, who predicted last month that Apple would have to face the challenges of selling its iPhone and iPad. In December, UBS analyst Steven Milunovich cut estimates of iPhone sales for 2013/4 March, June and September to 5,000,000 units every quarter, while sales estimates for the iPad have been reduced by 2 million to quarter.
Milunovich also cut earnings estimates for Apple’s fiscal 2013 and 2014 and lowered target price of the stock to $ 700 from $ 780. Apple is expected to announce its financial results for first quarter financial Jan. 23.
Once the dominant seller smartphones and tablets, Apple has been facing challenges on both fronts. The market share of the iPad was cut low-priced Android tablets, and the Galaxy S line of smartphones recently edge out the iPhone for the crown of the smartphone market.

Apple reportedly cuts iPhone screen orders on weak demand

The Cupertino-based tech giant cut orders of the iPhone 5 screens by roughly 50 percent last month, a possible sign of sagging demand, sources tell the Wall Street Journal.

Apple's iPhone 5.

Apple’s iPhone 5.

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Apple is like dialing down its iPhone orders component, a possible sign that the demand for the smartphone, Apple is not quite as strong as expected.
Apple last month cut its orders for iPhone 5 screens for the first quarter 2013 calendar year by roughly half of the original signal, sources tell the Wall Street Journal. The Cupertino, Calif.-based tech giant is also trimmed to match the size of the screen for the other classes as well.
The report appears to support the forecast of at least one analyst, who predicted last month that Apple would face challenges selling its iPhone and Lion. December, UBS analyst Steven Milunovich slashed its iPhone sales estimates for March, June and September 2013 quarters by 5 million units each quarter, while sales for the estimates were cut by 2 million a quarter.

Milunovich also trimmed its earnings estimates for Apple, for fiscal 2013 and 2014, and lowered the stock’s target price to $ 700 from $ 780. Apple is expected to announce its fiscal first-quarter financial results on January 23.
Once dominant smartphone and tablet vendor, Apple has faced challenges on both fronts. The lion’s share of the market has been divided by lower PET ANDROID tablets, while the galaxy s lineup of late About EDGE out for iPhone smartphone market crown.

Griffin’s Survivor ,Catalyst Waterproof Case for iPhone 5

The $79.99 Griffin Survivor + Catalyst Waterproof Case is transparent on the back.

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LAS VEGAS–After the success of Lifeproof cases, a few companies are trotting out slimmer waterproof iPhone cases, including Griffin, which was quietly showing off its Survivor + Catalyst Waterproof Case for the iPhone 5.

It’s rated to be submersible down to 10 feet and comes in a few different colors, though I only saw the pink version in the wild.

Like the Lifeproof, this one’s kind of pricey at $79.99. It’s due to ship in the next few months.

The case comes in multiple colors.

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