I decided to take a holiday to France with my family and the day we left I was browsing Twitter in the ferry terminal when, to my delight, I saw a tweet by @pod2g saying he’d finally managed to get the untethered iOS 5.1.1 jailbreak completed. Not long after Absinthe 2.0 became available to download. This is fabulous news and the toolset has already been used in excess of a million times to jailbreak the various iOS devices. Permission is granted for you to carry out a little happy dance before sitting down and carrying out the merry business of carrying out an untethered jailbreak of your cherished device using the Absinthe tool on Mac / Windows or Linux.
Whilst hovering my finger over my folder filled springboard I suddenly thought, “What was the first iPhone application I installed?” which was quickly followed up with, “What was the first iPhone application I paid for?”
Apple released their latest iOS firmware yesterday which fixed the “location bug” whereby iDevices were tracking and storing user location data. Thankfully the firmware is still vulnerable to i0n1c’s exploit, so jailbreaking the devices in an untethered manner is still possible.
It’s been a long time coming but you won’t see me complaining: The Chronic dev team have released their updated greenpois0n jailbreak tool which will allow you to jailbreak your iOS device.
The hotly awaited sim unlock for the iPhone 4 is finally here. Released just a short while ago, ultrasn0w has been updated to include the iPhone 4 provided your baseband is 01.59.00 or older.
JailbreakMe is a browser based jailbreak mechanism for your iPhone, iPad and iTouch. Incredibly simple to use – unlock your iDevice’s potential today!
Monday, 27th July 2010 was a momentous day for iPhone jailbreakers and sim unlockers residing within the USA. The US Government ruled that jailbreaking and sim unlocking an iPhone is completely legal, but what’s the history of the jailbreaking scene.
iOS4 is available, but not by general release at this time. Here’s how to upgrade to it AND jailbreak your handset afterwards. (PC & Mac)
Until April 2009, all the other handsets I owned were made by Nokia – it was at this point I moved to the Apple iPhone and I haven’t looked back since.
Easy to follow guide for both standard contract / pay and go O2 customers and jailbroken handsets too!