Auxo 2 Review: The Best Multitasking Replacement for iOS

We don’t usually do reviews of jailbreak tweaks, but last weekend, Auxo 2 by A3Tweaks, a sequel to a wildly popular jailbreak tweak Auxo, was released, and I was so impressed with it that I absolutely had to do this review. The first was phenomenal, a massive improvement to the traditional Multitasking system of pre-iOS 7 — that is, iOS 5 and iOS 6. And Auxo 2 takes this up a notch higher and improves on something that was already great. Read on to find out my verdict on it…

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A Simple Guide to iOS 7.0.6 and the SSL Fix

Recently, Apple released updates to iOS 7 (iOS 7.0.6) and iOS 6 (iOS 6.1.6), regarding a fix for an SSL vulnerability.  Read on to find out what it’s all about.

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An iOS User’s Windows Phone Experience

I received a Lumia 525 to review, so I decided to compare Windows Phone 8 to iOS 7, as I use an iPhone 5. Read past the break to find out more…

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A Windows Phone user’s iOS 7 Experience

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Before we begin, there are a few points to note about this article. The first is that this isn’t a “Windows Phone 8 VS iOS 7” article, but rather it focuses on my thoughts and experiences of using the iOS platform after transitioning from Windows Phone. The other thing to note is that I transitioned from a Lumia 820 to an iPhone 4S (yes, no fancy fingerprint-scanning 5s here, not even an iPhone 5). I understand that the user experience might be affected by the aged hardware of the iPhone 4S, but I will try and write this article strictly as a software comparison, and will try my best to ignore any shortcomings in hardware.

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