Jailbreakers are an impatient bunch, so it’s perhaps no great surprise to anyone that the lack of a jailbreak for Apple’s iPad 2 is starting to make some fans of the dark side a little antsy. Hopefully though, help will be at hand sooner rather than later.
In an interview with our friends over at MyGreatFest, iPhone hacker Joshua ‘p0sixninja’ Hill mentioned that a working iPad 2 jailbreak could be released into the wild as soon as the next couple of weeks, writes CultOfMac.
The iPad 2 jailbreak is said to use the same methods as current hacks for older hardware meaning DFU mode will be the order of the day. It’s claimed that all firmwares beyond iOS 4.3 will also be supported by the jailbreak, once released.
P0sixninja is going to be at MyGreatFest, taking place in London on September 17th to talk about all things iOS. MyGreatFest is the world’s first iDevice jailbreak community gathering with another planned for the United States next year. Other visitors to the London even include Jay ‘Saurik’ Freeman, the man behind jailbreak store Cydia who will be giving a keynote this year.
Tickets for the event are available via the convention’s eStore and are priced at £27 for adults and £17 for children. Group discounts are also available.