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iOS 9.1 Public Beta

Hi remoters,

iOS 9.0 may not yet be available to the public, but Apple is already seeding the next version of the mobile operating system to testers. Yesterday developers got their hands on the first version of iOS 9.1, and today the same has been made available for users on the public iOS beta.

To download the new build, which includes support for new emoji characters, users can head over to the Apple Beta website and enroll their iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. After a reboot, iOS 9.1 should show up under the Software Update tab in the Settings app.


Thus far there haven’t been a whole lot of changes in the new build, though some users are reporting much better performance over the GM build of iOS 9. There are also new APIs for developers building iPhone 6s apps with 3D Touch and Live Photos, but little else seems to have changed.


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Latest Whatsapp Update for iOS 8

Hi remoters,

The latest Whatsapp update Works with IO8. Please check what´s new in this version.


New in Version 2.11.9

– Added ability to archive chats and groups
– Add captions to photos and videos
– Added fast camera access button for capturing and sending photos
– You can now share slow-motion videos (iPhone 5s only)
– You can now trim videos before sharing them
– Share Location: add support for satellite and hybrid map views when sharing a location
– Share Location: drop and drag pin lets you share a precise location
– New media auto-download preferences: Settings > Chat Settings > Media Auto-Download
– New Wallpapers: Settings > Chat Settings > Chat Wallpapers > Wallpaper Library
– New Notification tones: Settings > Notifications
– You can now attach screenshots when reporting problems

WhatsApp Messenger 2.11.9 is availabe now via the Apple Store or update. The service is available for free the first year is 99¢/year thereafter. If you’re running the latest iOS 8 beta this is your final version.

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iOS 8 Beta 3

Hi remoters,

Here you have the beta 3 of iO8


Apple’s first iOS 8 beta was released on June 2  and the second one came just as expected two weeks later. Now, Apple has released a much-needed third beta of its next-generation mobile platform. iOS 8 beta 3 brings with it a number of bug fixes and various new items as well. While Apple’s iOS8 betas are intended for use by developers only on test devices, many people use the software on their personal phones, so the fixes brought about by iOS 8 beta 3 will certainly be greatly appreciated.

iOS 8 beta 3 is available beginning immediately for developers with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices that are compatible with the new software. It can be installed as an over the air (OTA) update and is not yet available as a download from Apple’s developer portal.

The new software addresses several troublesome bugs from the first two iOS 8 beta releases, and we’ll update this post with Apple’s full release notes / change log as soon as we receive them.

For non-developers who have the iOS 8 beta installed, iOS 8 beta 3 will address some issues but plenty more will remain, so you might want to consider rolling back to the latest version of iOS 7.1 until the final version of iOS 8 is released to the public.

Download links

  • iPhone 5S (Modelo A1453, A1533) Download
  • iPhone 5S (Modelo A1457, A1518, A1528, A1530) Download
  • iPhone 5C (Modelo A1456, A1532) Download
  • iPhone 5C (Modelo A1507, A1516, A1526, A1529) Download
  • iPhone 5 GSM (Modelo A1428) Download
  • iPhone 5 GSM y CDMA (Modelo A1429) Download
  • iPhone 4S Download

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Apple does not offer a one click downgrade option, and this is a little more complicated than installing the iOS 8 beta on your iPhone or iPad. You need to find the iOS 7 download for your specific device. If you are a developer Apple offers a download in the developer center, but for average users just trying out iOS 8 you will need to look elsewhere. So why don t you try this steps.

1. Download the right iOS 7 ipsw for your iPhone or iPad.


2. Put your iPhone into Recovery Mode. To do this you will need to follow these steps.

  1. Turn the iPhone off as normal.
  2. Hold the home button and plug the lightning Cable or Dock Connector in with the other end connected to your computer.
  3. Keep holding the home button until the recovery Mode logo shown above pops up.

3. iTunes Should recognize the iPhone in recovery mode and show a message similar to the one below.

iTunes recognizes the iPhone in recovery mode, and is ready for an iOS 8 to iOS 7 downgrade.

4. Some users can click Restore and iTunes will download the right file for them. Other users may need to use a method similar to installing the iOS 8 beta.

  • On Mac, Option click restore.
  • On PC Shift click restore.

5. When prompted find and click on the iOS 7.1 ipsw that you downloaded. Click Open and then click Restore.

6. Wait for the iPhone or iPad to restart with iOS 7.1.1 installed.

7. If you have an iOS 7 backup you want to restore from follow the on screen directions to restore that backup.

8. Or just try the recover mode from DFU mode

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iOS 8 beta 2 now available for download

Hi remoters,

New Features iOS 8 Beta 2






Apple released its first iOS 8 beta on June 2nd and anyone who has installed it since then knows it’s a bit rough around the edges. Of course, this is entirely expected — Apple’s early iOS betas are always riddled with issues that Apple fixes in the months leading up to its public release. Though tens of thousands of non-developers install the software on their personal devices each year, it is intended only for developers so they can update their apps and build new ones ahead of iOS 8′s release this fall. They also help Apple identify bugs, of course, and their feedback has been put to use in iOS 8 beta 2, which is now available to download.


iOS 8 beta 2 is now available for developers with compatible iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices as an over the air (OTA) download and as a download from Apple’s developer portal. The new software addresses a number of bugs from the first iOS 8 beta, and we’ll update this post with Apple’s full release notes / change log as soon as we receive them.

Safari: Safari comes with privacy enhancements such as blocking ads from automatically redirecting to the App Store without user consent and a new welcome screen for Private Browsing Mode.

Bookmarks: Saving a bookmark or adding a site to Shared Links is now possible by simply tapping and holding on the bookmarks button.

QuickType Keyboard: iPad gets new QuickType keyboard suggestions feature that was previously unavailable.

Privacy: New Home Data menu is available under Settings > Privacy, which lists apps accessing your Home Data via HomeKit.

App Store: New option to post reviews and view Family Purchases, wherein the purchased items can be sorted by purchase date rather than alphabetically.

Camera and Photos: Auto thumbnail view is now available for each photo via camera app and an option to enable iCloud Photos instead of Photo Stream settings. In addition, new Last Synced and Pause options are accessible via Settings > iCloud > Photos.

Notifications: Multiple toggle function for disabling each notification for individual app is now replaced with a new per-app Allow Notifications switch via Settings > Notifications that allows you to disable all notifications pertaining to an app with a single switch.

Messages: Enjoy the ability to mark all messages as read and a new Raise to Listen option via Settings > Messages to quickly listen and respond to incoming audio messages by raising the phone to your ear.

Settings: Wallpaper and Brightness feature brings better Brightness control for accuracy while the Settings app stores previous toggle position in memory before swiping back. Battery Usage by app (General > Usage > Battery Usage) introduces a new No Cell Coverage feature to determine how much battery charge your phone used when no signal coverage was available.

Other Tweaks: Among other tweaks, clock app remembers last used tab and AirDrop feature does not require an open Finder window to receive a file during file transfers between iOS 8 and Yosemite. Handoff is more optimised for better functionality between iOS 8 and Yosemite.


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