Readdle has been a major player in the business and utility sections of the App Store, creating unique applications that give users advanced functionality. After selling 3,150,000 copies of their applications over the past four years, the company is holding big sales and a giveaway to thank fans for their
iPhone hacker, George Hotz, demoed an untethered jailbreak for the iPhone yesterday, which he believes will work on the iPad when it is released April 3. If you're unfamiliar with Hotz, he was the first person to unlock the iPhone back in August 2007... when he was only 17 years old. Considering Hotz's track record with hacking the iPhone OS, it is very possible this new jailbreak will indeed work on the iPad. The new jailbreak is supposed to be simple to use and will work on all current tethered models.
George Hotz, better known as GeoHot, the guy responsible for the hardware unlock of the original iPhone, has discovered what may be a jailbreak for the iPhone 3G S. He left out the juicy details, but he did post a screenshot showing what looks like a custom command in iBoot (after the break).