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Here is an untethered jailbreak for iOS 8.0-8.1, It works on all iOS devices. Its mostly just for developers and much isn't working correctly yet but you can get a head start on jailbreaking. Cydia will not be installed, There is a way to download and add cydia to you iPhone manually but it is pretty complicated, ill add a link to a tutorial. This jailbreak is only for windows for now until Pangu team makes a mac version, they will add cydia in their next update as well probably. Download link from the website: http://www.idownloadblog.com/download/ Tutorial from, http://www.idownloadblog.com/2014/10/22/how-to-jailbreak-ios-8-1-with-pangu-1-0-1-video/ Note, this jailbreak does not install Cydia yet. Check back for the Cydia tutorial. Step 1: Perform a fresh restore of iOS 8.1 on your device with iTunes Step 2: On your iOS device go to Settings → iCloud → Find My iPhone, and disable Find My iPhone Step 3: On your iOS device Go to Settings → Passcode, and disable the Passcode Lock Step 4: Install iTunes on your Windows machine, and ensure that iTunes recognizes your iOS device when you connect it to your computer. This is vital. Step 5: Download the Pangu tool from our downloads page and save it to your desktop Step 6: Right click on the Pangu tool, and select Run as administrator → Yes Step 7: Uncheck the box on the Pangu tool to prevent necessary software from installing on your iOS device Step 8: Wait until the Pangu tool recognizes your connected iOS device and click the blue jailbreak button Step 9: Be patient as the jailbreak process completes, and then launch the Pangu app on your iPhone Step 10: Check back for our Cydia installation tutorial to install Cydia and download tweaks and apps Pangu8_v1.0.1-2.exe
I have a 4th Gen Verizon LTE iPad. Would a US Cellular Micro SIM Card (Just like the one in the iPhone 5S) work in the 4th Gen Verizon iPad? If so, where could I get one? I don't to use a Verizon one because signal is terrible here.
It looks like U.S. Cellular will be getting the iPad. USCC was listed on the map of supported LTE cellular carriers for the new iPads that were unveiled today. The map was shown during Apple's keynote address today. This hasn't been confirmed by USCC that is why I put the topic in the rumor section. This is probably why USCC in May said they would be carrying "Apple products" and not just the iPhone. If the screen shot is hard to see, the map appears about 1 hr and 10 minutes into the presentation on Apple's website.