A powerful new tool has just been released for jailbreakers to “unjailbreak”.It’s called Cydia Impactor, and it’s an on-device tool that lets you remove and revert all changes made to a device to return it to its stock configuration.Considering that’s Cydia Impactor is made by Saurik himself, then I’d say that this is a pretty big deal. Sound off down below in the comments with your thoughts.
Normally, if you wanted to perform a full system restore, you’d be forced to upgrade to the latest firmware, and thus lose your jailbreak.
With Cydia Impacter, you can restore your device to stock Cydia Impactor version 0.9.15 is currently in beta for i OS 8.3 and i OS 8.4 only.
To solve that problem, Powermat will be rolling out an update to its charging pads in Starbucks (and other stores) that will allow them to charge Apple’s newest i Phones.
And while it’s nice (if not super surprising) that Starbucks would want to update its charging pads to support Apple’s newest phones, it’s notes in an interview with Powermat CTO Itay Sherman, the charging company’s system is actually an elaborate, cloud-connected setup, with each wireless charger linked into a central system.
Due to substantial space savings afforded by HEIF, I wholeheartedly recommend that you do continue shooting in the new format because i OS 11 already transcodes HEIF files to JPEGs on the fly when you use the Share menu or Air Drop.
TUTORIAL: How to choose between HEIF/H.264 & JPG/H.264 media formats in i OS 11 Also, HEIFs are transcoded into JPEGs when you open them in apps that don’t yet work with the new format directly.
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If you own an i Phone 7 and newer or a 2017 i Pad Pro, you may have noticed that updating to i OS 11 defaults the Camera app to capturing photos in Apple’s new High Efficiency Image File Format (.
HEIC files) and videos in the High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC or H.265) format instead of the ubiquitous JPEG and H.264 media formats.
Keep in mind that before running this tool you should backup your data first via i Cloud or i Tunes.