So how is iOS8 treating your older iOS device? Some have reported it made their older iPhones and iPads run slower. Arstechnica did some tests on how the iPhone 4s handles iOS8 and although the 4s is obviously under powered for iOS8, the differences are minute, and the performance slowdown only amounted to nano seconds which for the ordinary user, means nothing.
Anyway, for those of you who did not like iOS8 and want to go back to using iOS7 on your iOS devices, we have good news for you. Normally, once you update to a new firmware you won’tbe able to downgrade back to the old firmware. And now it Apple seems is letting you downgrade back to the iOS7.1.12.
Here’s how to downgrade back to iOS7 from iOS8:
Watch this nice GIF image as it shows us how the iPhone has physically changed over the years as it has gradually increased in size from its initial 4.5 inch screens.
A few days ago we featured a nice infographic featuring a very detailed look at the evolution of iOS from 1 to 8, it was nice to see and learn about the significant technical and visual changes that iOS has gone through. Form subtle changes with the icons, to Siri, Touch ID and other amazing changes and improvements that Apple has introduced to the iPhone over the years. This time, we have this nice GIF image depicting the physical changes (mostly size) Apple has made to their flagship phone.
Windows 7 has a hidden feature called GodMode, what it does is that it allows you to access all the configurable options in Windows 7.
Godmode makes it easy to acces all the Windows 7 menus, options, control panel options and a whole lot of other things. Plus, enabling Godmode on Windows 7 is easy with this simple trick.
Here are the steps on how to activate God Mode In Windows 7
A lot of Apple users right now are fussed about the size needed in order to update to iOS8, for some reason Apple is requiring users to have atleast around 5Gb of free space to install iOS8 on their devices.
And surely we don’t want to delete stuff from our iPhones just to install the iOS8 update. We don’t want to erase all the stuff and have to re-download all your apps, photos, videos music and others stuff in our phones.
Here’s our tip on how to update to iOS8 without having getting your stuff deleted.
While everyone is waiting for Rogero to release an update for his 4.55 cfw, and still no word after the leaked Rogero 4.60 CFW, Sony has already released 2 firmware updates for the PS3. And other devs like Habib has stepped up by releasing their own CFW updates for the latest PS3 firmware 4.65.
And now PS3 developer Habib has released an update to his own CFW with Habib 4.65 CFW v1.00. He notes, however, that: “Please note that this fw is currently NOT compatible with ode for some reason (new drm mechanism?). The new patches added in this cfw only benefits cfw users, no ode+cfw users”
So far, iOS8 does not seem like a big step forward from iOS7 visually, where updating to iOS7 made you feel like you just got a new phone. But with iOS8, the changes seem to be more on the technical side instead of the aesthetics. Sure, there are visual changes but they are a lot more subtle compared to what Apple introduced back with iOS7.
Sony has just rolled out a new PS3 Official firmware with 4.65, it’s a rather small update with a vague “improves stability during the use of some features” message on their twitter account. This update comes after the official ps3 firmware 4.60 they released a few weeks ago.
This time, the 4.65 firmware update is not mandatory, meaning, unlike with the 4.60 update you will still be able to access PSN and use the other online features of your PS3 even if you don’t update to this latest PS3 firmware.
Ever since the official PS3 firmware 4.60 version has been released by Sony, Rogero fans have been longing for an update from their favorite CFW. But news has been scarce and its been a few weeks but still no news from the Rogero camp. But until a few days ago, a beta version of Rogero 4.60 CFW has been leaked by a beta tester and is doing rounds in the homebrew community.
The leaked was reportedly released by beta tester pauline45 and was confirmed as the real deal by another tester named xxmcvapourxx. The leaked Rogero 4.60 v1.00 cfw is still in beta phase and currently works with IrisMAN and GameSonic but still does not yet support MultiMAN, meaning, Multiman users wont be able to play their games if they decide to install this leaked version.