Friday, 18 November 2016 17:34

Pangu Releasing The iOS 10 Jailbreak This Holiday? Sneak Peek Of Apple’s iOS 10.2 Detailed! [VIDEO]

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Fans and tech-savvy alike are always keen for any news regarding the latest development of the iPhone and their corresponding iOS updates. Such is the case as well for Pangu's jailbreak program for the iOS 10. Moreover, fans can also get a glimpse of what is to come with Apple's iOS 10.2 in development.

It was recently reported that Apple might not be rolling out its latest iOS 10.2 update until December, CNET has learned. However, it was said that their second developer's beta would give fans of the company a glimpse as to what they can expect once the update gets released.

Apart from the bug fixes that will come with the update, the source noted some cool new features that will make the upgrade to the iOS 10.2 all worth it.

First, CNET took note that the latest iPhone and/or iPad devices will be receiving 72 new emojis with the upgrade to iOS 10.2. It was said that part of the new emoji set will include notable smiley and sick faces, new work professions for both male and female, an array of food essentials, and a unique selfie arm as well.

Second, it was also listed by the source that the update will also include a "preserve camera settings" feature that will allow users to choose what mode or filter to open on every time they open the app. Instead of always going back to the default settings of the camera, it can now preserve and personalize the settings of its users.

Lastly, it was also mentioned that the Emergency SOS, which first appeared on the Apple Wathc, will now be available to other iOS devices as well. Once the iOS 10.2 rolls out in December, users can now call the proper authorities without having to take out their phones in emergency situations.

As such, rumors have also surfaced around the web regarding Pangu releasing the iOS 10 Jailbreak to the public this coming December, Neurogadget reported. Moreover, it was also suggested that the group is supposedly waiting for Apple to release the iOS 10.2 before they unveil to the public the Jailbreak program.

With all these said, it seems that Apple users will be expecting a lot of things this coming December.

Fans and tech-savvy alike are always keen for any news regarding the latest development of the iPhone and their corresponding iOS updates. Such is the case as well for Pangu's jailbreak program for the iOS 10. Moreover, fans can also get a glimpse of what is to come with Apple's iOS 10.2 in development, according to sources.

It was recently reported that Apple might not be rolling out its latest iOS 10.2 update until December, CNET learned. However, it was said that their second developer's beta would give fans of the company a glimpse as to what they can expect once the update gets released.

Apart from the bug fixes that will come with the update, the source noted some cool new features that will make the upgrade to the iOS 10.2 all worth it.

First, CNET took note that the latest iPhone and/or iPad devices will be receiving 72 new emojis with the upgrade to iOS 10.2. It was said that part of the new emoji set will include notable smiley and sick faces, new work professions for both male and female, an array of food essentials, and a unique selfie arm as well.

Second, it was also listed by the source that the update will also include a “preserve camera settings” feature that will allow users to choose what mode or filter to open on every time they open the app. Instead of always going back to the default settings of the camera, it can now preserve and personalize the settings of its users.

Lastly, it was also mentioned that the Emergency SOS, which first appeared on the Apple Wathc, will now be available to other iOS devices as well. Once the iOS 10.2 rolls out in December, users can now call the proper authorities without having to take out their phones in emergency situations.

As such, rumors have also surfaced around the web regarding Pangu releasing the iOS 10 Jailbreak to the public this coming December, Neurogadget reported. Moreover, it was also suggested that the group is supposedly waiting for Apple to release the iOS 10.2 before they unveil to the public the Jailbreak program.

Source : universityherald.com

Author :  Ernest Aguila

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