Add almost any Gift Card to passbook | NO JAILBREAK NEEDED

What is gyft?
Gyft is a free iPhone, iPod touch app that allows you to keep all of your gift card on your iPhone, iPod touch . Now if your device is running on iOS 6 or above that has passbook you can just add any Gyft compatible gift card to your device just with two taps!! This app is also optimized for the new iPhone’s and iPod touch’s 4″ screen!!

1. Tap on your gift card that you want to add to Passbook then tap more…

2. Now just tap add to passbook button…

3. Last tap. Now just tap the blue add button  and the pass is added to your passbook app.


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YouTube now optimized for the 4″ screen and avalible for the iPad

YouTube’s app on the App Store is now optimized for the iPhone 5 and iPod touch 5th Generation’s 4″ screen.

Download the YouTube app from the App Store here:

Screenshots of the Youtube app on the iPone 5 and the iPod tuch 5th Generation.

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YouTube is now also available on the iPad

Download the iPad version of the YouTube here:

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iOS 6.0.1 Direct Download Links

iOS 6.0.1 Direct Download Links

The iOS 6.0.1 update provides some invaluable bug fixes, and every iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch user should update to take advantage of them. The vast majority of users are best served updating directly on their iOS device by using OTA update, found in Settings > General > Software Update. Connecting an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch to iTunes will also trigger the automatic update procedure. Nonetheless, some advanced users prefer upgrading directly by using IPSW firmware files, and those downloads can be found here.

iOS 6.0.1 IPSW Download Links

These ipsw files are hosted by Apple, right-click on each link and choose “Save As”, the file extension should be .ipsw only.
iPod Touch
Again, if you don’t have prior experience using IPSW for updating iOS, it’s best to go the automated routes of Over The Air or through iTunes. You can read more about using firmware files here.

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iOS 6.0.1 Released with Bug Fixes for iPhone Wi-Fi Problems, “No Service” Issue, etc

iOS 6.0.1 Released with Bug Fixes for iPhone Wi-Fi Problems, “No Service” Issue, etc

iOS 6.0.1 has been released, the software update includes several significant bug fixes for all iOS users, particularly those with iPhones. Curiously, those with iPhone 5 must first download a patch that allows OTA updates to work, prior to being able to download and install iOS 6.0.1.
The 6.0.1 update appears to address several prominent bugs, including an apparent resolution to the iPhone-specific “No Service” after signal loss and regain problem that impacts a fairly large number of users who are in areas with spotty cellular reception, a fix aimed at the iPhone 5 Wi-Fi speed issue, and a resolution to the peculiar keyboard glitch. The full list of bug fixes is shown below.
The iOS 6.0.1 software update can be downloaded through iTunes or Over-the-Air Update on the device itself by tapping on Settings > General > Software Update. Direct download links for iOS 6.0.1 IPSW firmware are also be available for those who wish to go the manual route.
iOS 6.0.1 Changelog:
  • Fixes a bug that prevents iPhone 5 from installing software updates wirelessly over the air
  • Fixes a bug where horizontal lines may be displayed across the keyboard
  • Fixes an issue that could cause camera flash to not go off
  • Improves reliability of iPhone 5 and iPod touch (5th generation) when connected to encrypted WPA2 Wi-Fi networks
  • Resolves an issue that prevents iPhone from using the cellular network in some instances
  • Consolidated the Use Cellular Data switch for iTunes Match
  • Fixes a Passcode Lock bug which sometimes allowed access to Passbook pass details from lock screen
  • Fixes a bug affecting Exchange meetings.

    Is iPhone 5 Dangerous?

    Is iPhone 5 Dangerous?

    SAR ( Specific Absorption Rate ) is the radiation that come form cell phone for other wireless devices that can cause disease, cancer or even death. The U.S. limit SAR for cell phone and other wireless devices is 1.6 watts per kilogram (1.6 W/kg). but, the iPhone 5’s SAR is really pushing it 1.6 watts per kilogram (1.6 W/kg). iPhone 5 users HOPE.



    The site to find the U.S. SAR limit:


    The site to find the iPhone 5’s SAR:


    Install Cydia on iOS 6

    To Jailbreak iOS 6 go here:
    (If this link does not work just look through this website and it should be near by.) 
    The current release of Redsn0w doesn’t install Cydia by default. To install cydia, follow the steps below:
    The following steps to install Cydia is done using Terminal on Mac. You can use the same commands on Windows using a SSH program like WinSCP.
    • Note down the IP address of your device.
    • Make sure your device is connected to your PC or Mac. Start Terminal on Mac and type:

    ssh [email protected]<IP address of your device goes here>

    • It will now prompt you to enter the root password. Type: alpine
    • Once done, type:

    wget -q -O /tmp/ && chmod 755 /tmp/ && /tmp/

    Once done, the device will reboot and the extremely familiar looking Cydia icon will be sitting on the home screen in all of its glory. Jailbreak complete.

    iOS 6 Jailbreak

    iOS 6 Jailbreak

    Upgrade to iOS 6 by going here:
    Step 1Download the latest version of Redsn0w for the relevant operating system from the iPhone Dev Team (Windows/Mac) or (Windows/Mac).

    Step 2Extract the contents of the downloaded compressed file and save it to a familiar location on your PC or Mac.

    Step 3Run the executable Redsn0w file, making sure to run in administrator mode if using a Windows based machine. If you are on OS X Mountain Lion, start Redsn0w by Ctrl-Click on the icon and then selecting Open from the new menu.
    Step 4Select the Extras option from the main menu of the Redsn0w interface and point it to the desired IPSW file.
    Step 5Redsn0w has advanced dramatically with the last few major revisions and now has the power to whip through the jailbreak without much interaction. Follow the onscreen instructions (Redsn0w might ask you to enter DFU mode) to complete the jailbreak process.

    How to boot tethered on iOS 6:
    As already mentioned above, this is a tethered jailbreak, therefore you will be required to boot into tethered-mode every time you reboot your device. This can be done by starting Redsn0w: click on the “Extras” button on screen and then simply click on “Just Boot” option and follow the on-screen instructions. Once done, you will be rebooted back into tethered-jailbreak mode.

    This Jailbreak DOES NOT install Cydia.
    If you want to install Cydia go to this link;
    (If this link does not work just look through this website and it should be near by.) 

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    iOS 6 iPSW

    iOS 6 is now available for everyone to download. Most users are best served updating to iOS 6 through OTA or iTunes, but advanced users can upgrade manually with firmware files. This has several advantages, particularly for those upgrading multiple devices in a household or institution, or for those updating from older versions of iOS.
    The following firmware links are hosted directly by Apple, using IPSW files requires iTunes. You will want to have the latest version of iTunes installed before attempting a direct firmware update with IPSW.

    How to Use IPSW files

    How to Use IPSW files

    If you’ve recently downloaded an iOS IPSW file, you might be curious how to use it to update your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad. It’s pretty easy, just follow these directions:

    How to Use IPSW files

    You can use IPSW files on Mac or Windows, both require iTunes.
    • Connect your iPhone or iOS device to your computer
    • Select the device in iTunes
    • On a Mac, hold down the “Option” key and then click on “Update”
    • On a Windows PC, hold down “SHIFT” key and then click on “Update”
    • Select the IPSW file you downloaded and click “Choose”
    • Let the iOS device update as usual
    You can also click on “Restore” and select an IPSW instead but you will lose the existing files and settings on your iOS device. Use “Restore” if you want to restore to a custom IPSW file, such as something created with PwnageTool or sn0wbreeze. This is usually only relevant to those who jailbreak and unlock their hardware.

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    How to get iOS 6 Beta 3 on / iDevice

    How to get iOS 6 Beta 3 on / iDevice.
    You can just update to iOS 6 Beta 4 from system update

    Written Guide:

    Step 1: Download the latest iOS 5.1.1 IPSWfor your iDevice from here (place it on your desktop for easy access).
    Step 2: Make sure your iTunes is up to date with version 10.6.3
    iTunes 10.6.3 Windows 64x Download
    iTunes 10.6.3 Windows 32x Download
    iTunes 10.6.3 Mac Download
    Step 3: Download iOS 6.0 Beta 3 for your corresponding iDevice Here (place it on your desktop for easy access).
    Step 4: After downloading the 2 firmwares, open iTunes 10.6.3 and connect your iDevice via USB. Backup up your iDevice to iTunes if needed (Disclaimer: everything iDevice will not be held responsible if anything goes wrong in this process).
    Step 5: After backing up your iDevice…  windows users hold shift and click “Restore” Mac users hold option and click “Restore” and select your corresponding 5.1.1 firmware and proceed to “Restore.”
    NOTE: This is essential, after restore completes on iTunes setup your iDevice as a NEW device (NOT YOUR BACKUP!). Also on your iDevice go through the setup process, to proceed to “Start Using iDevice”.
    Step 6: With a fresh iDevice running 5.1.1 with it’s factory settings (iDevice still connected to iTunes via USB) windows users hold Shift and click “Check For Updates” Mac users hold option and click “Check For Updates” and select your corresponding iOS 6 Beta 3 Firmware. Proceed to update to iOS 6
    Step 7: With your iDevice still connected to iTunes, right click on it’s name in the left side navigation bar and select “Restore From Backup… if needed.”

    Done! Enjoy iOS 6.0 Beta 3

    This website and post are in NO way affiliated with Apple Inc.

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