Posts Tagged ‘Jailbreak iOS’

It was only a few days ago when i0n1c tweeted to the world that he had jailbroken the new 3rd-iPad running on the latest firmware. And now, famous iOS security researcher Pod2g has revealed to the world via Twitter that he has managed to jailbreak the new iPad – fully untethered.

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As avid followers of the jailbreak community, we’re used to being teased by the modders, developers and exploiters regarding each new advance towards a jailbreak, and Pod2g has done exactly that in revealing that he’s discovered two new vulnerabilities in the quest to fully disarm the latest version of IOS.

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It seems like only yesterday that the jailbreak dream team dropped the good news by announcing the release of an untethered jailbreak for iOS 5.0.1 that would bring liberation and freedom to those who were using an iPhone 4S or iPad 2 powered by Apple’s A5 chip. It was in fact over eight weeks ago and although it was a huge accomplishment by all involved to release the Absinthe jailbreak, the community is once again focusing all eyes on the development teams hoping for a jailbreak which covers iOS 5.1.

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Yes, you read that right! Stefan Esser – better known by his online pseudonym i0n1c – has demonstrated an untethered jailbreak on his iPad 3rd-gen running iOS 5.1 on video.

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The loyal and devoted jailbreak community has become used to being involved in numerous roller coaster rides when it comes to new devices and software being released and the pursuit of a jailbreak, after all, isn’t the chase all part of the fun and the thrill of the ride? I came pretty quickly to the realization in my life that everything worth doing or achieving is worth waiting and working for. A victory which is handed to you without any fight or passion expended cannot be classed as a victory at all, in my opinion.

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The army of Cydia devotees had to wait quite a while for iOS 5 to be jailbroken. Thanks to a collaborative effort from some of the most talented developers in the game, the A4 jailbreak in December was closely followed a couple of weeks later by the Absinthe, A5 jailbreak for the iPad 2 and iPhone 4S.

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A Chronic Dev-Team member has just tweeted the news that Absinthe, the tool used for the jailbreak of A5 devices (iPad 2 and iPhone 4S) on iOS 5.0.1, has just been updated to version 0.4.

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Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, stop what you are doing, go grab your A5 Apple device and prepare to receive the gift of liberation. For the last nine weeks all eyes have been firmly fixed on the individual blogs and Twitter accounts of the teams involved waiting patiently for day when the good news will appear.

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After going through a relatively quiet patch during the latter months of 2011, the last three weeks have been a hive of jailbreaking activity. They say; you can have never have too much information, but there has been so many updates posted to blogs, and various Twitter accounts that in some circumstances it has been difficult to keep up. Let’s try and bring some sanity to the situation and see where we are at.

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After a couple of months anxiously waiting, the very first iOS 5 untethered jailbreak arrived in a blaze of glory just two day ago, and techies far and wide running Apple’s latest mobile OS duly obliged to the calling of the iPhone Dev Team’s ever-reliable utility.

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It has been nearly eight weeks since the first declaration by pod2g that he had found a bug that he believed could provide an untethered jailbreak for iOS 5. We find ourselves exactly fifty days down the line, and what I imagine has been a lot of sleepless nights for the developers involved, but we now officially have the release of an untethered jailbreak for all A4 devices running iOS 5.0.1.

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Another day, another jailbreak related tweet sends the world into chaotic meltdown. I have to be honest, I am finding it difficult to keep up with who is working on what, and who is working in collaboration with who.

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