Posted by iunlock under Jailbreak on Sunday Jul 31, 2011
It was just yesterday when the not official version of JailbreakMe for iPad 2 was released and here we tell you how it was leaked. With this leakage, they have completely laid to waste the work of Comex who put in a total of 10 months of hard work for it. However, everyone from the supporters of Jailbreak are also worried that through this leak, Apple may have the chance to fix such abuse even before the official version comes out. According to Comex, he utilized a PDF exploit just similar to the JailbreakMe 2.0.
The last time that he released this, Apple was fast acting in releasing a software update in a period that is even less than two weeks so that the iOS can be fixed and protected. Comex expects the same to happen this time around unless its users would create a backup for the SHSH blobs. Ionic, is also another popular developer of the jailbreak for iOS 4.3.3, tools used to jailbreak Snowbreeze, RedsnOw, Pwnage Tool and a lot more. They also believed that with this leakage Apple can possibly kill the jailbreak as early as before the 4.3.4 gets out.
You can utilize the TinyUmbrella for the iOS 4.3.3 to be able to make a backup of the SHSH blobs so as to downgrade to the old version of the iOS once Apple makes software updates. It will be very exciting to how fast Apple would react and if Comex will still release his official version for the tools of the iOS 4.3.4.
Posted by iunlock under Jailbreak on Wednesday Jul 20, 2011
The developer of the popular JailbreakMe recently tweeted that he is actually running out of bugs to fix. He is expected to also come up with a brand new version of the jailbreak tool for iPad 2. He simply started his countdown for the release of the JailbreakMe 3.0 just recently. Since then, he has been constantly providing all the information about it. It was just last week when he revealed that he has lessened the time to jailbreak the iOS device by utilizing the unionfs style instead of the common stashing means that has been more common with tools of jailbreaking. He also hopes to use this in the future plans for iPad 2 in particular.
Just a couple of days back, he also made updates with his site that looks like the history of the source code for JailBreakMe on Github. This is a kind of web hosting service that has been active since August of 2010 along with a note which says: “It’s been far too long.”
The release of the new version of JailBreakMe is still uncertain but if you would be extra sensitive with the tweets of the developer, then you would have an idea that it might sooner than you think. It will support the iOS 4.2.1 and iOS 4.3.3. It is deemed to be made compatible with the rest of the devices which also includes iPad 2.
Stay in touch with us for any further updates that we will share with you. Keep posted!