Since the launch of the iPhone 5 an iOS 6 jailbreak has been in the works, and as David Wang, a member of the jailbreaking community also known as “Planetbeing” reveals, they covered a lot of ground before the end of the tunnel came into view.
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.
On Friday, game developer Taito released Bust-a-Move, the company's classic puzzle action game, for the iPhone and iPod touch. Like the original, players must fire and link three identically colored bubbles to clear them from the screen and earn points. Per Macworld, players can use techniques like banking shots off walls and erasing several bubbles at once to win.