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Former iOS 6 Hacker P0sixninja Betrays Jailbreak Community

The story of P0sixninja leaving the Chronic-Dev Team of jailbreakers has just taken an interesting turn.

Famed iOS Hacker P0sixninja Leaves The Chronic Dev Team

This just in: @p0sixninja has reportedly left the Chronic Dev-Team, for reasons unknown.

The Chronic Dev Team Updates Absinthe Jailbreak Tool

Last week, the Chronic Dev Team launched Absinthe 2.0: a new jailbreak tool, which has the power to "liberate" our iOS 5.1.1-powered iDevices (even those sporting an A5X-processor). However, on the same day, Apple launched a mysterious new build of iOS 5.1.1 for the GSM iPhone 4 only ("9B208") - naturally, this confused matters, as jailbreakers weren't sure whether Absinthe 2.0 (or 2.01) supported this new build of iOS 5.1.1.

Pod2g Announces: When iOS 6 Launches, We'll Be Ready

Yesterday, @pod2g and his jailbreaker-friends released Absinthe 2.0, which has the power to provide an untethered jailbreak solution for our iOS devices under iOS 5.1.1. However, shortly after releasing the software, it was announced that the jailbreakers already have a part of the iOS 6-jailbreak: according to @pod2g, when Apple launches iOS 6, a jailbreak solution will be ready.

Jailbreak Only: Corona 5.0.1 Untether Updated - Fixes iBooks, Improves Support For iPhone 4S

The jailbreak tweak Corona 5.0.1 Untether - which, once installed, can can convert a tethered jailbreak to an untethered jailbreak solution - has recently received a couple of updates.

Absinthe A5 Jailbreak Downloaded Nearly A Million Times In Just Three Days

With almost a million downloads in three days, the Absinthe jailbreak is bringing lots of new users into the "open" iOS fold.

Jailbreak Only: Apple Patches Corona Exploit In iOS 5.1 - Make Sure You've Updated To iOS 5.0.1

The jailbreak exploit that powers the Chronic Dev Team's Corona package has reportedly been patched in the latest beta version of iOS 5.1. Because of this, potential jailbreakers are advised to update to iOS 5.0.1 before it's too late, and avoid iOS 5.1 at all costs once it finally goes live.

Chronic Dev Team Member Goes Into Detail, Discusses Recently Released Corona Package

The iOS hacker responsible for untethering our Apple A4 devices under iOS 5.0.1 has uploaded a post to his blog, in which the recently released exploit and package (called “Corona”) are discussed in-depth.

Convert That Tethered Jailbreak To An Untethered One With Corona Untether

Earlier today we told you about the iPhone-dev team's release of an untethered jailbreak for iOS 5.0.1. Now the Chronic Dev Team has released an alternative method, called "Corona Untether."

Untethered Jailbreak For iOS 5.0.1 for Non-A5 Devices Available Now!

Famous iOS hacker, @pod2g has finally released the untethered iOS 5.0.1 jailbreak.

Jailbreak Only: iOS 5.0.1 Also Reportedly Untethered - Safe To Update?

In a recent Twitter update, iOS hacker and Chronic Dev-Team member @pod2g announced that iOS 5.0.1 has also been untethered, noting that it is safe for jailbreak fans to update to the current version of Apple's mobile operating system.

The Chronic Dev Team Has Already Received 10 Million Crash Reports From Jailbreak Fans

In a recent Twitter update, Joshua Hill (@p0sixninja) of the Chronic Dev Team has announced that already 10 million crash reports have been submitted by jailbreak fans via the Chronic-Dev Crash Reporter.

Our Favorite Dev Teams Discuss Untethered iOS 5 Jailbreak, iPhone 4S Unlock

Today has definitely been an interesting day for the jailbreak community. Both the Chronic Dev Team and the iPhone Dev-Team have made announcements regarding the untethered iOS 5 jailbreak and iPhone 4S unlock, and the good news is that solutions for both are in the works and will, at some point, become available.

MyGreatFest - The Chronic Dev Talks iOS 5 Jailbreak & Plans For The Future

MyGreatFest is now well underway, and two members of the Chronic Dev Team (@p0sixninja and @iOPK) are now on-stage. In this article, we're going to outline the important points made by @p0sixninja and @iOPK, and upload images from the event in real-time.

Chronic Dev Team Continues To Work On iPad 2 Jailbreak

For those curious, Chronic Dev Team is continuing to work "diligently" on jailbreaking Apple's second generation iPad, according to key team member @p0sixninja. Despite the minor announcement (which was posted to Twitter), no release date has been hinted at.

Chronic Dev Team Updates Fans: Discusses iPad 2 Jailbreak, iOS 4.3 Support & Merchandise

The Chronic Dev Team has recently updated its fans on the status of a variety of different things, in a blog post titled: "State of the Chronic." In the post, team member bile discusses the iPad 2 jailbreak efforts, greenpois0n support for iOS 4.3 and merchandise.

Jailbreak Only: Seas0nPass Updated, Now Supports Apple TV 4.1.1

FireCore recently updated its Seas0nPass jailbreak tool. Now, the software can provide Mac owners with an untethered solution for their second generation set top box. While a Windows version is not currently available, FireCore notes that it will be “available soon.”

Jailbreak Only: Greenpois0n Exploit Blocked In iOS 4.3

Unfortunately, we have some bad news for jailbreak fans. The kernal exploit used by the Chronic Dev-Team's jailbreak tool, greenspois0n, is "fixed" in iOS 4.3.

Jailbreak Only: Chronic-Dev Team Develops iOS 4.2.1 Untethered Jailbreak

The Chronic-Dev Team has managed to develop an untethered jailbreak solution for the iPhone 4 under iOS 4.2.1. A little while ago, Chronic-Dev Team member p0sixninja posted a YouTube video showing off an iPhone 4 that had been jailbroken via the untethered solution. Presumably, the Chronic-Dev Team will release a final version of the tool in the near future.

Will The New SHAtter Jailbreak Disallow Pirating Apps? Update: Nope

According to a recent post on Twitter by the Chronic Dev Team, makers of the infamous SHAtter exploit that will jailbreak all current iOS devices for life (Yes, even your precious Apple TV), the new exploit may disallow the ability to use Installous or similar applications to download cracked App Store apps (note, AppAdvice does not condone the use of such apps) .