More evidence that an untethered jailbreak for iOS 5 may be getting a public release popped up on YouTube this weekend. iPhone hacker pod2g successfully jailbroke an iPod touch using an user-land exploit. The video shows the new exploit working even after the device has been switched off and on.
It didn’t take long for Apple to patch the PDF exploit used by the coder called Comex to release JailbreakMe 3.0. But it took even less time for the iPhone Dev Team to answer back. Apple released iOS 4.3.4 on Friday to patch a security hole that coders were using
The release of JailbreakMe 3.0 has made a lot of people very happy, however, some Verizon iPhone owners have been experiencing a bug that leaves their phone stuck at the Apple logo. If you have encountered this problem with your device, Comex, that hacker responsible for JailbreakMe.com, released this fix:
In November, Apple approved an update to their mobile operating system iOS. Shortly after, the iPhone jailbreaking community hacked it. However, the only hack available was a tethered jailbreak. Meaning when you reboot your device, you have to tether it to your computer which can be a pain. Now the
The appearance of mysterious deformities on numerous iPhone 3Gs is bringing the durability of the plastic back plate into question. Owners of iPhone 3Gs worldwide have begun to notice small, mysterious, black cracks forming in the plastic of their iPhone. Hairline fractures have been forming, mostly near the volume and vibrate controls, but also elsewhere on the device. Most of the devices with the problem have been the white 16GB model, though at least one black model is displaying signs as well.