All experimental builds of iOS 5, the next version of the mobile operating system that runs on iPhones,iPod touches and iPads require users to validate their developer accounts with Apple when activating, as a way to curb unauthorized use. Sadly, the just-released iOS 5 beta 4 is no exception, although there's a way around it as long as you're willing to perform a jailbreak. Unfortunately, since the iPad 2 running iOS 5 can't be jailbroken yet, this guide won't work with said device.
Shortly ago, iOS 5 Beta 4 was released to Apple developers. Those who have installed it are probably wondering how easy it will be to jailbreak the new system. It turns out you can do it the same way you'd do with all previous builds of iOS 5, using the just released version of Redsn0w.
The newest build of iOS 5, known as Beta 4, is available to all Apple registered developers. While it can be installed through iTunes like previous version, Beta 4 is also the first release of iOS 5 that can be downloaded over-the-air to iOS 5 Beta 3 devices. Ever wondered how this works? Read on.
Apple has just seeded iTunes 10.5 Beta 4 to its developers. The new version of iTunes is required for the just-released iOS 5 Beta 4, which was released alongside the new version of iTunes. Although no specific enhancements are known as of yet, several are expected as the final release draws closer.