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Jailbreak versions of iOS 9.2.1 still delayed

Apple was expected to release the public version of the iOS 9.3 beta 2 to beta testers last Friday, however, till now no news has been updated yet. Advertisement TaiG and Pangu are known to release the Jailbreak versions of iOS and, Apple has been working incessantly to discourage iOS hackers to develop jailbreak tools

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Jailbreak versions of iOS 9.2.1 still delayed

Apple was expected to release the public version of the iOS 9.3 beta 2 to beta testers last Friday, however, till now no news has been updated yet. Advertisement TaiG and Pangu are known to release the Jailbreak versions of iOS and, Apple has been working incessantly to discourage iOS hackers to develop jailbreak tools

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WhatsApp Latest Update: Discover New Interesting Features

The WhatsApp application team has been very consistent in updating the popular messaging app, but recent updates have been nothing but some minor quick fixes on bugs. But now, according to First Post, the most recent patch could be the culmination of months and years of development as users may finally see some new features

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Jailbreak versions of iOS 9.2.1 still delayed

Apple was expected to release the public version of the iOS 9.3 beta 2 to beta testers last Friday, however, till now no news has been updated yet. Advertisement TaiG and Pangu are known to release the Jailbreak versions of iOS and, Apple has been working incessantly to discourage iOS hackers to develop jailbreak tools

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Google’s Project Fi Now Open to Public, Ditches Invite-Only System

People living in the United States can now avail of Google’s mobile network, Project Fi, as it has already waived its invite-only system, beginning Monday. Advertisement Alphabet’s wireless service that was launched on April allows clients to pay only for the Internet data they consumed instead of a bulk plan. The service is also equipped

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