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The CarPlay interface is undoubtedly better for using while driving than the regular ‘ole screen. But unless you’ve got a shiny new car (or one of the expensive aftermarket dashes), chances are you don’t have anything to pair your iPhone with. But this tweak gives you an idea of what CarPlay would look like running on just your handset.
iOS 8 is just around the corner (and, as with all updates, potentially unjailbreakable), but for folks who have found themselves stuck on the more recent 7.1.1 and unable to jailbreak, there’s finally an option. Thrown together by as-yet untested Chinese developers Pangu, the untethered jailbreak is Windows only, but it works for all devices that can run iOS 7.1.1.
For millions of people, the entire point of having an iPhone is the ability to jailbreak; without the tweaks and modifications that come with liberation from Apple’s walled garden, the iPhone just wouldn’t be nearly as much fun. But after iOS 8, will there be any point? Or has Apple made jailbreaking obsolete?
Though Google Glass runs Android, it’s not exactly as wide open as your typical Android phone. And given its spot as the most futuristic tech available right now, you know hackers want to tinker with Google’s specs. Legendary hacker Jay Freeman, famously known as Saurik who created the Cydia app store for iOS jailbreak phones, did just that. He’s already gained root access to Google Glass.