If German iOS developer Patrick Wildt has his way, you’ll soon be able to run desktop Linux on certain iOS devices through a jailbreak hack. The Linux port is expected to be unveiled at the MyGreatFest jailbreaking convention on September 17th.
A cool new YouTube video by iGuitardude2744 does a fantastic job in showcasing some of this year’s very best jailbreak hacks for iOS devices. While I haven’t heard of all of these, they do all look rather fascinating.
Comex, the guy behind popular Jailbreak web app Jailbreak Me is moving from the dark side to the shiny aluminum side. In a bit of a strange maneuver, the jailbreak expert – whose site has been used by more than 3 million hackers – is taking up an internship with Apple .
Those of you that have already updated to iOS 5 beta 6, which Apple released to developers on Friday, will be glad to know that this latest developer beta can already be jailbroken using the same tools as beta 5.
Although it took longer than previous iOS 5 betas, iOS 5 beta 5 has now been jailbroken using redsn0w 0.9.8b5. It’s still a tethered jailbreak, and so far does not support the iPad 2, but progress is progress, right?
It appears that AT&T has now confirmed that they will soon begin revoking unlimited data plans from users of jailbroken iPhones who use “unauthorized” tethering and mobile hotspot solutions.
Even though Apple just released their iOS 4.3.5 update yesterday, it appears that they didn’t do anything to prevent it from being jailbroken, and a jailbreak is already possible using the latest version of Redsn0w!
One of the things that really grinds my gears about my iPad 2 is the lack of user accounts. If the iPad 2 is meant to be a laptop replacement then why doesn’t it cater for multiple accounts in the same way that OS X can? A Cydia hack for Jailbreaked iPads to the rescue!
Have you ever wished your iPad could support multiple user accounts, just like your Mac does? Pedro Franceschi agrees – that’s why he developed a jailbreak hack that enables exactly that!
We’ve reported on the impending release of JailbreakMe 3.0 several times now, and the day has finally come. Yup that’s right! JailbreakMe 3.0 is live, and you can use it by simply visiting JailbreakMe.com from Mobile Safari.
JailbreakMe, the incredibly easy browser-based jailbreak, might return today with version 3.0, which is expected to be able to jailbreak all iOS devices, including the iPad 2!
It looks like the wait might be over for those looking to Jailbreak their iPad 2 running iOS 4.3. A video posted on Youtube demonstrates a live Jailbreaking of an iPad 2 (video at the drop). Before you go rushing to find out how to Jailbreak your iPad, take a moment to analyze what the person says and does in the video.
Ever wanted to run 3 iPhone apps side-by-side on your iPad? Ok, me neither – but that hasn’t stopped some crazy jailbreak developer from making it happen! Read on!
Jailbreak legend Comex, famous for creating the original browser-based iOS jailbreak, has done it again! Following up on a recent teaser posted to his Twitter account, Comex has confirmed that his upcoming jailbreak will with all iOS devices running versions up to iOS 4.3.3.
Jailbreaker Comex teased his Twitter followers by temporarily posting the above image to his Twitter stream. Shortly after posting the image, Comex took it down. The picture alludes to a possible iPad 2 Jailbreak to be released later today.
We’ve been hearing reports that Comex, that legendary jailbreak hacker, has discovered another PDF exploit within iOS 5 that could allow for another userland jailbreak, such as JailbreakMe.