It’s been a while since we’ve heard anything significant about the iOS 6 jailbreak effort, but a recent post from well-known iOS hacker planetbeing (@planetbeing) has revived hopes for an untethered jailbreak. According to the tweet, planetbeing and pod2g (@pod2g)…
The Surface does cost an absolute bomb, especially the Windows RT version. However, if you do happen to own one with the latter, the folks at XDA Developers forums have figured a way to jailbreak it and run an early version of OS, freeing you from the clutches of Windows 8.
If you’ve got a jailbroken iPhone, and used hacked apps, you lost a lifeline on Sunday. A prominent service that supplied stolen iOS apps for jailbroken devices has closed. It’s seen by most as a major victory on the war on piracy.
The Digital Millennium Copyright Act makes it illegal to try and get around digital rights management schemes. Congress did however give the Librarian of Congress the power to grant exemptions. The latest list of exemptions, in force for the next three years, was announced on Thursday.
The older, jailbroken 720p Apple TV is going for a premium on Amazon and eBay, as users wait for word on a jailbreak for the newer, 1080p model. But word comes that there might be a light at the end of the tunnel for 1080p Apple TV owners.
Following the launch of Amazon’s Instant Video App yesterday, it has been confirmed today that it will not work on jailbroken iPads.
Following the initial jailbreak of iOS 6 beta 1, shortly after the firmware was released to developers on Monday, the iPhone Dev Team has now released the jailbreak to developers.
I completely respect Apple for creating a walled garden that is absolutely seamless and successful; however, I would like a little bit of control, particularly on my iOS devices. That, in short, is why I jailbreak.
Although Apple’s first iOS 6 beta was only released to developers yesterday, a prominent jailbreak hacker has already managed to jailbreak the firmware on a fourth-generation iPod touch.
Although the new iOS 5.1.1 untethered jailbreak tool Absinthe 2.0 was only released last Friday, it has already been used to jailbreak an impressive 1.2 million devices! That’s a whole lot of jailbreak action!
The Chronic Dev Team has released a minor update for the iOS 5.1.1 untethered jailbreak released earlier today. The update addresses an issue that could cause the software to freeze up while jailbreaking.
Now that Absinthe 2.0 has finally been released, those of you unfamiliar with jailbreaking may be wondering how to get started. This tutorial provided by the developers of the jailbreak will walk you through the process.
As hinted yesterday, the untethered iOS 5.1.1 jailbreak (called Absinthe 2.0) has finally arrived! The jailbreak works on almost all iOS devices, including the new iPad and the iPhone 4S! Go get it!
A popular concept last week showed what an iPhone would look like with a fold to unlock functionality instead of the normal swipe to unlock. However German jailbreak developer Jonas Gessner has taken the idea one step further, making it a reality if you have a jailbroken iPhone.
It’s been a long time coming, but the untethered iOS 5.1.1 jailbreak is nearly upon us, and there’s a pretty good chance that the jailbreak will be publicly released tomorrow at the Hack In The Box conference in Amsterdam!
The long-anticipated untethered iOS 5.1.1 jailbreak is expected to be released within the coming days. The jailbreak will reportedly work on all iOS devices, including the new iPad, although it will not work on the latest Apple TV.