Tuesday, September 27, 2016

How To Download And Install iOS 10.0.2 On iPhone

Tuesday, September 27, 2016 - 0 Comments

Apple has just launched the first minor update for the latest software release and here is the guide on how to download and install iOS 10.0.2 on iPhone provided below. iOS 10.0.2 is mostly full of bug fixes, as there’s no real UI changes Apple has come up with yet. According to release notes the new update has three main fixes: a fix to stop the photos app from crashing, the fix for the headphone bug, and lastly fix for the issue that stopped some app extensions from working.

As you know one of the major new features of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus was the the removal of the 3.5mm headphone jack. But many of owners of this new devices had troubles with the new Lightning connection timing out and stopping music from playing. Users of the Lightning EarPods have complained the headphones weren't responding after a while. Reports said the buttons stopped functioning, meaning it was impossible to pause or play music, turn it up or down, or access AI personal assistant Siri. Apple has fixed it with the release of iOS 10.0.2 update.

So if you have faced with any of the above described problem you should definitely upgrade your device.  

How To Install iOS 10.0.2 On iPhone

In order to install iOS 10.0.2 IPSW file on your iPhone or any other compatible device follow steps below.

Step 1. Download the iOS 10.0.2 IPSW file below that matches your iOS device.


iPhone SE

iPod touch:

Step 2. Connect your iPhone, iPod or iPad to your computer.

Step 3. Click the device summary for your device.

Step 4. Now hold down SHIFT [ Windows ] or ALT [ Mac ] key on your keyboard and click on Restore in iTunes at the same time itunes restore.

Step 5. Navigate to the IPSW file you downloaded and click on it ipsw-ios-10.

Step 6. Follow any on-screen instructions and wait for iTunes to update your device,

Step 7. When complete, your device will reboot to the Hello screen,

Hope this download and install iOS 10.0.2 on iPhone guide will help you to upgrade your device to the recent Apple's software update with ease. As usual it is recommended to update your device the latest iOS releases to prevent facing with issues and run the latest improvements. 

Friday, September 23, 2016

How To Sort Songs And Albums In The Music App On iOS 10 iPhone

Friday, September 23, 2016 - 0 Comments

We offer useful guide on how to sort songs in the Music app in iOS 10. As you may know with iOS 10 release the Music app has received a many enhacements to improve users experience. Although the app is now more aesthetically pleasing compared to how it looked in iOS 9, many users are really confused when trying to find essential features such as the Shuffle and Repeat buttons.

Another example is the Sort Songs & Albums functionality that is nowhere to be found in the iOS 10 Music app. don't worry this feature is still available, but it is not located in the Music app. So to find out how to sort songs in the Music app in iOS 10 follow the easy steps below:

How To Sort Songs And Albums In The Music App In iOS 10 

Step 1: Launch the Settings app on your iOS 10 device.

Step 2: Then scroll down a bit and you should see Music. Click on it to launch.

Step 3: Under Library, you will find the Sort Songs & Albums option. Click on it to open the sort settings.

Step 4: Then the option on how you want to sort the songs and albums in the Music app. It is possible to sort either by artist or title name.

Step 5: Lastly head back to the Music app and you should see all the songs & albums sorted based on the criteria you chose.

It is unclear why Apple set this functionality into Settings app. So now every time you want to change the sort criteria instead of doing it straight in Music app you'l have to head to Settings app. Another unacceptable thing is that the song and album sorting is not separate. The sorting criteria that you choose will be applied to both songs and albums, so there’s no option to sort them separately.

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

How To Quickly Take a Screenshot on iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus

Tuesday, September 20, 2016 - 0 Comments

We offer a guide on how to quickly take screenshots on iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus. Apple's brand new handsets were presented almost three weeks ago during September, 7 event. Both deviceŃ– came with few new features and many other enhancements. The Home button in iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus has been replaced with a new pressure sensitive button powered by Taptic Engine. So the way you were taking screenshots on the older devices has also changed.

How to Take a Screenshot on iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus

Step 1: In order to take screenshots on iPhone 7 press the Sleep/Wake or Power button on your phone.

Step 2: At the same time, press the Home button.

Step 3: Your iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus screen will blink once and a shutter sound will be played (if your iPhone isn’t on mute) to acknowledge that a screenshot has been taken and saved to your phone.

If you fail to press the Sleep/Wake and Home buttons simultaneously then your iPhone will accidentally invoke other actions such as Siri or lock your device. So make sure that you press them at the same time.

How To View And Share Saved Screenshots On iPhone 7

Step 1: Launch the Photos app.

Step 2: Go to the Albums tab and open the Screenshots album.

Step 3: Then scroll to the end of the album and you should find the saved screenshots. Click on any of them to open.

Step 4: Lastly, press the share icon in the bottom left corner, indicated by an upwards arrow icon, to share the screenshot with third-party apps.

That’s all you need to do to take a screenshot on your iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus. As you can see, the method is similar to past iPhone models.

Monday, September 19, 2016

How To Repeat A Song In iOS 10 The Music App

Monday, September 19, 2016 - 0 Comments

If you are confused and don't know how to repeat a song in the Music app in iOS 10 then the guide below would help you to do it. Just after iPhone 7 introduction Apple has launched its next software update.With iOS 10 software update release Apple has been heavily emphasizing the different sections and subsections of the app with big bold letters.

The design changes is intended to make it easier to use the Music app. But it has actually become much harder to find certain features for the first time. Then follow the steps below to find where the Repeat button is located in iOS 10 to keep playing your favorite song again and again.

How To Repeat A Song In The Music App On iOS 10 iPhone

Step 1: Open the Music app on your iOS 10 device.

Step 2: Then start playing a song as usual.

Step 3: You will see a Now Playing bar at the bottom of the screen, above the buttons.Click on it to launch the Now Playing screen.

Step 4: Next, swipe up on the play screen (without pressing the pause, next, or previous buttons), and you’ll see the Up Next section. The Shuffle and Repeat buttons are to the right of the words Up Next.

Step 5: Lastly click on the Repeat button as shown on the picture below to repeat the song that’s playing.

That is really easy. Now that you know where the Repeat button is, you should be able to use it easily the next time you want to repeat a song in the Music app in iOS 10. 

As it was mentioned above that the Music app got a big new redesign in iOS 10. Everything is bigger, clearer. The tabs have been reorganized to make them clearer. There’s the Library tab so you can browse your own music easily. Search tab makes it really easy to search for songs. You can now display lyrics to follow the now playing song and a lot more.

Thursday, September 15, 2016

How To View Song Lyrics In The Music App On iOS 10 iPhone

Thursday, September 15, 2016 - 0 Comments

With the release of the latest software update Apple made it possible to view song lyrics in the Music app on iOS 10 iPhone. In the earlier iOS versions the only way you could see lyrics from your Music app on your device was to manually add the lyrics with iTunes.

There are two separate ways to view the lyrics of a song from the app depending on your needs. Follow the guides below to learn how to do it.

How To Read Song Lyrics In The Music App In iOS 10 

Method first: within the Now Playing interface

The first method displays the lyrics right inside of the Now Playing interface so you can still perform other actions in the app while the lyrics are shown. Follow steps below to do this:

1) Launch the Music app and begin playing any song from Apple Music.

2) Click on the Now Playing bar at the bottom of the app.

3) Once you’re in the Now Playing music interface, scroll down slightly and then click on the Show button.

4) Scroll down a little bit more and you’ll see the lyrics to the song you’re playing.

Method two: full-screen

The second method allows you to view the lyrics in fullscreen mode for a distraction-free lyric viewing experience.

1) Launch the Music app on your iOS 10 iPhone 7 and play any song from Apple Music.

2) Then click on the Now Playing bar that appears in the app when the music starts.

3) Once you’re in the this interface, click on the “…” button at the bottom right:

4) From the popup menu, click on the Lyrics option.

The lyrics for the song you’re listening to will now be displayed for you in full screen mode so you can go along with the song.

Both these methods to view song lyrics in the Music app on iOS 10 iPhone are useful depending on whether you need help singing along or just want to check the text you don't understand.

Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Public iOS 10 Download Links For Compatible iDevices

Wednesday, September 14, 2016 - 0 Comments

Just after iPhone 7 introduction Apple has just launched its final version of the latest mobile OS and you can download public iOS 10 download links for your compatible iDevice that are provided in this post below. Carrying some new features and notable improvements iOS 10 design looks much different then iOS 9.

Elsewhere, Apple is overhauling nearly all of its built-in apps. While you can now remove (technically hide) most built-in apps, Apple is refreshing its Photos, Phone, Maps, Music, News, Home, and Messages apps. Messages gets the biggest overhaul, with enlarged emoji, animations for messages, and Apple Music integration. Developers will also be able to integrate their apps into iMessage for the first time. Apple Maps is redesigned in iOS 10, with nearby restaurant suggestions, traffic information, and even the ability to find where you parked your car.

The lock screen is a bit different now. You can swap in three directions to pull up different screens. Swipe to the left to pull up the camera, swipe up from the bottom for the Control Center, and if you swipe left on Control Center, you’ll get to your audio controls. When you swipe to the right, you’ll see the new widget area. This is basically the same as the widgets in the Notification Center in iOS 9, but a lot cleaner.

Apple is finally adding AI like features – with object and facial recognition to the Photos app. Similar to Google Photos. Only difference is that everything is happening on your device and not on a server somewhere far. Your privacy is taken care of. There is another great new feature in iOS 10, now when you go to edit a photo you’ll notice new markup option. From there you can add text on a image, doodle over it and even use a magnifier glass effect.

Jailbreakers shoulds stay away from updating to iOS 10 as it will erase all the tweaks and apps and the whole jailbreak. But if you don't care about jailbreaking you can use public iOS 10 download links for iPhone and all compatible devices to grab this latest software update and try all new features.


iPhone 5 


iPad mini 2  

iPod touch:

Thursday, September 8, 2016

Best iPhone 7 Features And Specifications List

Thursday, September 8, 2016 - 0 Comments

Just yesterday Apple unveiled its brand new handsets during the ‘See you on the 7th’ event and here is the list of best iPhone 7 features and specifications you should know about. The latest iPhones might not seem that different from the current iPhones at first glance, but they are equipped with the latest technological improvements and enhancements.

The most significant changes on the new phone include an upgraded camera, the removal of the 3.5mm headphone jack and a new home button.

Here are best iPhone 7 features and specifications:


The biggest upgrade that Apple is making to the iPhones this year is in the camera department. Here are the highlights:
  • Optical image stabilization
  • f/1.8
  • 6-element lens
  • 60% faster and 30% more energy-efficient 12-megapixel sensor
  • Quad-LED True Tone flash
  • New image signal processor with twice the throughput of Apple’s earlier ISP
  • 7-megapixel front-facing camera

Killing The Headphone Jack

One of the most controversial decisions has been to remove the headphone jack. There are stereo speakers on the new models though, and they’re 50% louder than the old speaker on Apple’s iPhones. 

Lightning EarPods replace the old models. There will also be a Lightning to mini photo adapter included in the box.

Redesigned Home Button

The new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus have an updated home button with Force Touch support and a new Taptic engine.

Apple’s new handets are powered by a new A10 Fusion SoC that is the most powerful chip that has ever been in a smartphone. Apple’s updated Retina HD displays are 25% brighter than the screens on last year’s iPhones. As for the battery life Apple says that the iPhone 7 will last at least 2 more hours of battery during daily usage compared to the current 6s model. As for the iPhone 7 Plus, it will offer at least 1 more hour compared to the iPhone 6s Plus. And last and the great update is that iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus are water and dust-resistant due to IP67 rating.

Wednesday, September 7, 2016

How To Live Stream Apple iPhone 7 Event On Various Devices

Wednesday, September 7, 2016 - 0 Comments

If you are excited about what Apple is going to unveil during today's presentation then here is how you can live stream the iPhone 7 event on various devices. So not to miss the next-generation iPhone introduction and iOS 10 release or other exciting surprises follow the requirements below.

There are some requirements you will have to meet to live-stream the Apple media event on your computer or mobile device, just like every year. These requirements apply to Mac users, mobile device users, Apple TV users, and also to Windows users:

  • Any iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad equipped with iOS 7.0 or later and viewed with the Safari web browser
  • Any Mac running OS X 10.8.5 or later and viewed with the Safari 6.0.5 or later web browser
  • Any PC running Windows 10 and viewed with the Microsoft Edge web browser
  • Any Apple TV running software 6.2 or later, or the Apple TV 4 with any version of tvOS

How To Live Stream Apple iPhone 7 Event

If you’ve met the requirements above and you are going to live stream the iPhone 7 event on your Mac or iOS device, then you will just need to visit Apple’s September 7th Event web page in your web browser and you’re good to go.

As usual, the stream starts at 10:00 A.M. PDT. You can simply click on the link at that time, or if you see nothing by the time the stream rolls around, refresh the page and the live video stream should start loading.

For those of you with an Apple TV, the process differs depending on what generation of the device you have.

If you have fourth-generation Apple TV, you will need to download the free Apple Events app from the App Store and stream the event from that app.

If your Apple TV is a third-generation or earlier, you will see the event icon appear on your Home screen automatically and you can select it with your remote to play it starting at 10:00 A.M. PDT.

Those on Windows 10, need to launch the Edge web browser and visit Apple’s September 7th Event web page. Lastly wait for the live video stream to start at 10:00 A.M. PDT.

Wednesday, August 31, 2016

Leaked Images Shows iPhone 7 In Black Color

Wednesday, August 31, 2016 - 0 Comments

According to iPhone 7 black color leaked images Apple will release its next brand new device in new color option. The leak suggests that Apple will add a ‘Space Black’ shade as an additional color option. The leak image shows 4 standard colors — Silver, Gold, Rose Gold and Space Gray — together with a new black color. This would mean Apple would introduce a total of five different colored iPhone 7 units.

iPhone 7 black color leaked images were posted by Japanese website Mac Otakara. The website had previously speculated that Apple would be offering the iPhone 7 in a deep blue shade and now it suggest another color option.

Black colored iPhone 7 features a black metal far darker than Space Gray with a glossy finish. Also the new Space Gray variant will have a darker shade than the Slate iPhone 5 and that the leaked photos may be hinting at a darker Space Gray color option for the iPhone 7 than the one that is seen with the device’s predecessor, the iPhone 6s. It is really hard to differentiate due to bad lighting conditions and really poor picture quality.

Finally, the Mac Otakara report says that both upcoming phones will have optical image stabilization, and this is considered an upgrade compared to the iPhone 6s and the iPhone 6s Plus line.

According to reports the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus is scheduled to unveil on the next week on September 7th at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco. The new devices are expected to be slight updates to the current iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, including a tiny design change for the physical body and some features improvements. The big Apple's media event is around the corner and it is really interesting if all the leaks and rumors would be truthful or not.

Monday, August 29, 2016

Download iOS 9.3.5 Public Links For Compatible iDevices

Monday, August 29, 2016 - 0 Comments

You can use public iOS 9.3.5 download links provided in the post below to upgrade your device to the latest Apple's release. Just a few weeks after posting iOS 9.3.4 to fix a jailbreaking-related bug, Apple has launched iOS 9.3.5 to all supported iPhones and iPads. The update provides an "important security update" and comes just a few weeks before the expected release of iOS 10, which is currently in beta process. Apple did not add any new features as part of the software update, but a major security vulnerability has been addressed in iOS 9.3.5 so it is highly recommended that you upgrade. Apple unexpectedly launched iOS 9.3.4 earlier this month to fix few exploits that Pangu used to develop jailbreak for iOS 9.2-9.3.3 devices. Apple has more specific technical details in its iOS 9.3.5 security update page. 

iOS 9.3.5 is the fifth update to iOS 9.3 that was released in March 2016 and brought such features as Night Shift, Touch ID support for Notes, additional News app personalization features, new Education apps, new Health app categories and Music app enhancements. It looks like that iOS 9.3.5 release will be the last update for iOS 9 release ahead of iOS 10 launch. The next major software release is expected to be launched next month to coincide with the introduction of the iPhone 7.

Users who are happily jailbroken with Pangu tool must stay away from iOS 9.3.5 update to keep all tweaks and apps as currently there is no jailbreak available for this iOS version. What is more if you stuck at iOS 9.3.4 it will be better to upgrade to 9.3.5 as there is no way to downgrade to iOS 9.3.3 as its sighing window is closed.

But if you don't care about jailbreaking you can use public iOS 9.3.5 download links for your iPhone or any other compatible device to upgrade it:

iPod touch

iOS 9.3.5 (iPod touch 5G): iPod5,1_9.3.5_13G36_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.5 (iPod touch 6G): iPod7,1_9.3.5_13G36_Restore.ipsw

iOS 9.3.5 (iPhone 4S): iPhone4,1_9.3.5_13G36_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.5 (iPhone 5 GSM): iPhone5,1_9.3.5_13G36_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.5 (iPhone 5 GSM+CDMA): iPhone5,2_9.3.5_13G36_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.5 (iPhone 5s GSM): iPhone6,1_9.3.5_13G36_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.5 (iPhone 5s GSM+CDMA): iPhone6,2_9.3.5_13G36_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.5 (iPhone 5c GSM): iPhone5,3_9.3.5_13G36_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.5 (iPhone 5c GSM+CDMA): iPhone5,4_9.3.5_13G36_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.5 (iPhone 6 Plus): iPhone7,1_9.3.5_13G36_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.5 (iPhone 6): iPhone7,2_9.3.5_13G36_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.5 (iPhone 6s): iPhone8,1_9.3.5_13G36_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.5 (iPhone 6s Plus): iPhone8,2_9.3.5_13G36_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.5 (iPhone SE): iPhone8,4_9.3.5_13G36_Restore.ipsw


iOS 9.3.5 (iPad 2 Wi-Fi): iPad2,1_9.3.5_13G36_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.5 (iPad 2 GSM): iPad2,2_9.3.5_13G36_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.5 (iPad 2 CDMA): iPad2,3_9.3.5_13G36_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.5 (iPad 2 New): iPad2,4_9.3.5_13G36_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.5 (iPad 3 Wi-Fi): iPad3,1_9.3.5_13G36_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.5 (iPad 3 CDMA): iPad3,2_9.3.5_13G36_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.5 (iPad 3 GSM): iPad3,3_9.3.5_13G36_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.5 (iPad Mini Wi-Fi): iPad2,5_9.3.5_13G36_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.5 (iPad Mini GSM): iPad2,6_9.3.5_13G36_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.5 (iPad Mini CDMA): iPad2,7_9.3.5_13G36_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.5 (iPad 4 Wi-Fi): iPad3,4_9.3.5_13G36_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.5 (iPad 4 GSM): iPad3,5_9.3.5_13G36_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.5 (iPad 4 GSM_CDMA): iPad3,6_9.3.5_13G36_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.5 (iPad Air Wi-Fi): iPad4,1_9.3.5_13G36_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.5 (iPad Air Cellular): iPad4,2_9.3.5_13G36_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.5 (iPad Mini 2 Wi-Fi): iPad4,4_9.3.5_13G36_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.5 (iPad Mini 2 Cellular): iPad4,5_9.3.5_13G36_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.5 (iPad Air China): iPad4,3_9.3.5_13G36_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.5 (iPad Mini 2 China): iPad4,6_9.3.5_13G36_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.5 (iPad Mini 3 Wi-Fi): iPad4,7_9.3.5_13G36_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.5 (iPad Mini 3 Cellular): iPad4,8_9.3.5_13G36_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.5 (iPad Mini 3 China): iPad4,9_9.3.5_13G36_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.5 (iPad Air 2 Wi-Fi): iPad5,3_9.3.5_13G36_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.5 (iPad Air 2 Cellular): iPad5,4_9.3.5_13G36_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.5 (iPad Mini 4 Wi-Fi): iPad5,1_9.3.5_13G36_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.5 (iPad Mini 4 Cellular): iPad5,2_9.3.5_13G36_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.5 (iPad Pro Wi-Fi): iPad6,7_9.3.5_13G36_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.5 (iPad Pro Cellular): iPad6,8_9.3.5_13G36_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.5 (iPad Pro 9.7 Wi-Fi): iPad6,3_9.3.5_13G36_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.5 (iPad Pro 9.7 Cellular): iPad6,4_9.3.5_13G36_Restore.ipsw

Thursday, August 18, 2016

How To Delete Downloaded iOS 9.3.4 Software Update From iDevice

Thursday, August 18, 2016 - 0 Comments

Here is useful guide on how to remove a downloaded iOS 9.3.4 software update from iPhone. As you know that when Apple launches a new firmware for iOS, the update gets downloaded automatically on compatible devices, ready to be installed. 

Of course you can ignore this if you want, but some updates consume a large amount of space on your device especially if it’s a major release. Usually, you’ll receive prompts reminding you to install the update. You can pick to install it right away or postpone it for the next day. If you select the latter option, you will receive such reminders every time until you install the update. For many users it can be really annoying.

While there’s no way to put end to these notifications, you can remove the software update to stop it temporarily. This also saves a considerable amount of space on your device.

How To Delete A Downloaded Software Update From iDevice

Step 1: In order to remove a downloaded iOS 9.3.4 software update from iPhone, launch the Settings app and head to General -> Storage & iCloud Usage.

Step 2: Under the Storage section, click on Manage Storage.

Step 3: on the next screen you will see a list of all the apps installed on your device. You’ll also see the iOS software update in the list. Click on it to launch.

Step 4: Click on Delete Update and confirm that you want to clear it.

Once done, the iOS software update will be removed from your device and you’ll stop receiving reminders.

Don't forget that this is only a temporary fix. The next time your device will be connected to a WiFi, the update will be downloaded again onto your phone. This usually happens after you connect to a WiFi network and leave your device unattended for some time.

Currently the latest available iOS firmware is iOS 9.3.4. Jailbreakers should stay away from this update as it patches the Pangu jailbreak for iOS 9.2- 9.3.3 devices.

Monday, August 8, 2016

Download iOS 9.3.4 Public Links For Compatible iDevices

Monday, August 8, 2016 - 0 Comments

As it turned out iOS 9.3.3 won’t be the last update to iDevices before iOS 10 is launched this fall and here are public iOS 9.3.4 download links to upgrade your device to latest Apple's firmware version. The recent update follows two weeks after the iOS 9.3.3release and it is less than two months before we expect to see the public launch of iOS 10, currently in beta testing. Apple describes the update as an important security update and is recommended for all iOS 9 users.

iOS 9.3.4 fixes that vulnerability, that wasn't discovered since iOS 9 was released almost a year ago. You can be surprised but iOS 9 has bugs that are still being uncovered. Although Apple did some internal testing there are still many vulnerabilities remain undiscovered until users report about them or some hackers use it to brake the iOS platform.

In this case, the vulnerability in iOS 9.3.3 was found and exploited by a famous Chinese jailbreaking team known as Pangu. On 25-th of July, the Pangu team released a tool that allowed users to jailbreak their iOS 9.2-9.3.3 devices. That's why Apple unexpectedly pushed an update to quickly patched the vulnerability and kill the jailbreak. This means that current Pangu jailbreak tool is incompatible with the iOS 9.3.4 release. So if you are newly jailbroken and want to save all jailbreak tweaks and apps installed you should stay away from iOS 9.3.4.

But if you don't care about jailbreaking then, this latest update is available as a standard over-the-air (OTA) release, or via iTunes if you connect your iDevice directly. In case you’re not getting iOS 9.3.4 via OTA update or via iTunes, then you can also grab it using the direct public iOS 9.3.4 download links for iPhone and all compatible iDevices and update your device manually.


iOS 9.3.4 (iPhone 5 GSM): iPhone5,1_9.3.4_13G35_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.4 (iPhone 5 GSM+CDMA): iPhone5,2_9.3.4_13G35_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.4 (iPhone 5s GSM): iPhone6,1_9.3.4_13G35_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.4 (iPhone 5s GSM+CDMA): iPhone6,2_9.3.4_13G35_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.4 (iPhone 5c GSM): iPhone5,3_9.3.4_13G35_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.4 (iPhone 5c GSM+CDMA): iPhone5,4_9.3.4_13G35_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.4 (iPhone 6 Plus): iPhone7,1_9.3.4_13G35_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.4 (iPhone 6): iPhone7,2_9.3.4_13G35_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.4 (iPhone 6s): iPhone8,1_9.3.4_13G35_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.4 (iPhone 6s Plus): iPhone8,2_9.3.4_13G35_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.4 (iPhone SE): iPhone8,4_9.3.4_13G35_Restore.ipsw


iOS 9.3.4 (iPad 2 Wi-Fi): iPad2,1_9.3.4_13G35_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.4 (iPad 2 GSM): iPad2,2_9.3.4_13G35_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.4 (iPad 2 CDMA): iPad2,3_9.3.4_13G35_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.4 (iPad 2 New): iPad2,4_9.3.4_13G35_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.4 (iPad 3 Wi-Fi): iPad3,1_9.3.4_13G35_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.4 (iPad 3 CDMA): iPad3,2_9.3.4_13G35_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.4 (iPad 3 GSM): iPad3,3_9.3.4_13G35_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.4 (iPad Mini Wi-Fi): iPad2,5_9.3.4_13G35_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.4 (iPad Mini GSM): iPad2,6_9.3.4_13G35_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.4 (iPad Mini CDMA): iPad2,7_9.3.4_13G35_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.4 (iPad 4 Wi-Fi): iPad3,4_9.3.4_13G35_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.4 (iPad 4 GSM): iPad3,5_9.3.4_13G35_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.4 (iPad 4 GSM_CDMA): iPad3,6_9.3.4_13G35_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.4 (iPad Air Wi-Fi): iPad4,1_9.3.4_13G35_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.4 (iPad Air Cellular): iPad4,2_9.3.4_13G35_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.4 (iPad Mini 2 Wi-Fi): iPad4,4_9.3.4_13G35_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.4 (iPad Mini 2 Cellular): iPad4,5_9.3.4_13G35_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.4 (iPad Air China): iPad4,3_9.3.4_13G35_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.4 (iPad Mini 2 China): iPad4,6_9.3.4_13G35_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.4 (iPad Mini 3 Wi-Fi): iPad4,7_9.3.4_13G35_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.4 (iPad Mini 3 Cellular): iPad4,8_9.3.4_13G35_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.4 (iPad Mini 3 China): iPad4,9_9.3.4_13G35_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.4 (iPad Air 2 Wi-Fi): iPad5,3_9.3.4_13G35_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.4 (iPad Air 2 Cellular): iPad5,4_9.3.4_13G35_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.4 (iPad Mini 4 Wi-Fi): iPad5,1_9.3.4_13G35_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.4 (iPad Mini 4 Cellular): iPad5,2_9.3.4_13G35_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.4 (iPad Pro Wi-Fi): iPad6,7_9.3.4_13G35_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.4 (iPad Pro Cellular): iPad6,8_9.3.4_13G35_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.4 (iPad Pro 9.7 Wi-Fi): iPad6,3_9.3.4_13G35_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.4 (iPad Pro 9.7 Cellular): iPad6,4_9.3.4_13G35_Restore.ipsw

iPod touch:

iOS 9.3.4 (iPod touch 5G): iPod5,1_9.3.4_13G35_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.4 (iPod touch 6G): iPod7,1_9.3.4_13G35_Restore.ipsw

Assuming no new bugs or jailbreaks arise with iOS 9.3.4, this is likely the last update to hit version 9.0. It is expected Apple will launch iOS 10 in September alongside with brand new iPhone lineup.


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