Sony has released the latest update for the PS Vita with firmware version 3.30. Although no official news has been released regarding the update, the 3.30 update is now available for download for PS Vita users.
With the Vita 3.30 update you can now use themes to add a personal touch for your PS Vita. You will now be able to personalize the Start and Home screen, System Application Icons, and even change your Vita’s background music.
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The iOS 8 launch was not exactly as smooth as Apple would have hoped, its was marred with a load of problems. From the buggy iOS 8.0.1 update that rendered the TouchID useless, and another update that was supposed to fix the bugs but inadvertently introduced new problems such as the Bluetooth connectivity issues on iOS 8.0.2.
But still, the iOS 8 update is still a great step forward for the OS. And any bugs or issues will be addressed and fixed eventually as Apple releases future updates. So anyway, now lets talk about battery saving tips for iOS 8 users.
Due to the iPhone 6 and 6 plus having bigger batteries, users of the 6 and 6 plus wont really feel much difference with regards to battery, bu those with older iPhone models will find these iOS 8 battery saving tips helpful. But regardless, these tips are quick and easy ways to save battery life regardless of the model.
Below are some tips on how to improve your devices battery life on iOS 8.
Just when the iOS 8.0.2 update came to the rescue by fixing the bugs introduced by iOS 8.0.1 , A lot of users this time has been experiencing Bluetooth connectivity problems with their iPhones. The bug does not seem to be an iPhone 6 issue as other iPhone models are also affected by this problem.
Apple has not yet addressed the issue and no news yet on whether they would release another iOS update to fix this problem. However, here’s a quick way to fix iOS 8.0.2 Bluetooth connectivity problems:
PS3 developer Nathan_r32_69 has released PSN / SEN Enabler & Disabler v5.6.1 for 4.65 CFW for safer access to PSN with your CFW enabled PS3.
Please note that even though PSN patch tries to make your CFW PS3 look like it’s running OFW, by spoofing your ConsoleID, PSID, disables CFW syscall and deletes all game and homebrew launch history, there is no guarantee that you won’t get banned from PSN.
Although using this greatly lessens the chance of getting banned, if you ask us, just use your PS3 running OFW to play games online. and leave your CFW PS3 for whatever homebrew applications you do with it.
Seems like this Bendgate nightmare is quite far from over for Apple. The reason why the iPhone 6 is susceptible to bending has been discovered after opening it up and inspecting the insides of the device.
It seems that there is a big design flaw inside the iPhone 6, a weakspot that’s been deemed susceptible bending inside the device has been discovered and is due to a badly designed metal reinforcement. As you can see from the image above, there is a joint that is locked together with a screw that when applied a certain force, would cause the the whole aluminum casing to bend.
Today Apple has released a quick update to iOS8 with iOS 8.02, this was in response to the iOS8.0.1 update they released earlier that resulted to alot of users having problems with their iOS devices.
The iOS8.0.1 update was a problematic one right from the beginning, the update was supposed to fix the HealthKit app but inadvertently introduced some bugs that basically killed cell service for some users and broke the touch ID. Around 40,000 users has been reportedly affected by this buggy update, which is a lot and probably the reason Apple scrambled to released an update to fix things. Apple has also offered to fix iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 pluses that were affected from the iOS8.0.1 update.
Please note that this Multiman release is an unofficial version and was released by PS3 developer Isleofdoom and not by Deank. This release is for users with PS3’s running 4.65 CFW like Habib’s 4.65 v1.01 CFW.
No word yet if Deank is working on an update for an official Multiman update but since some users are clamoring for an update for Multiman, there you go. Isleofdoom has mentioned that Multiman is a closed source, but it seems that there are others who are also modding Multiman like kakaroto who is another PS3 developer.
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.