The Apple Watch's interface has intrigued many of us since it was presented earlier this fall—and since then, we've seen several developers apply the same logic to smartphones. Now there's a fully functional version available on Cydia's app store for the more adventurous among us.
The Evasion jailbreak for iPhones running iOS 6.x was patched up real well by Apple in iOS 6.1.3—but now, a dev has managed to finally crack version 6.1.4 on the iPhone 5.
So here's some good news: The Chronic Dev Team has released the untethered jailbreak tools for all of the post-A4 Apple devices. That means your iPhone 4S, 2012 iPad, iPad 2, and other, older devices can be jailbroken without having to boot into "tethered" mode (connecting to your computer) every time you restart.
Our very extremely short national nightmare is over: thanks to the iPhone Dev Team, you can now jailbreak your iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad with iOS 4.3.2 without having to connect to your computer via USB every time you reboot your device.
Updated to iOS4 and need to jailbreak your 3GS? First Redsn0w, and now PwnageTool give you the power. Here's a simple how-to guide to get you started. The caveat: this isn't an official release, so there may be some bugs that could damage your phone or delete some data. So proceed with caution! [Redmond Pie]