For weeks - nay, months now - we've been following @pod2g's iOS 5.1-untethered-jailbreak progress, posting updates whenever more news becomes available. However, it finally looks like we're nearing the end of our wait: @pod2g has recently added iPad 3,3 support to Absinthe 2.0, meaning we're now closer then ever to seeing the release of a jailbreak solution for iOS 5.1 (iOS 5.1.1).
As each day passes, we learn a little bit more about @pod2g's upcoming untethered jailbreak solution for iOS 5.1 (iOS 5.1.1). Now, in a Twitter update that recently hit the Web, the jailbreak mastermind has announced that the solution, which should be available in the next couple of weeks, is compatible with both the first-generation iPad and the iPad 2.
For a while now, we've been updating you on @pod2g's progress in developing a jailbreak solution for iOS 5.1, which supports both the iPhone 4S and the new iPad (along with Apple's other iOS devices). Now, it looks like the jailbreak mastermind is closer than ever: in a new video that recently hit the Web, @pod2g shows off his newly jailbroken (untethered) third-generation iPad. Hopefully, this means a public jailbreak tool should be available in the very near future.
For a while now, we've all been waiting for a jailbreak solution for iOS 5.1. Though it's been a while, the iOS "security researcher" @pod2g has been keeping us in the loop over the past few months, and now another update on the status of the iOS 5.1 jailbreak has hit the Web. But don't get too excited.
In a Twitter update posted recently to his account, iOS hacker @pod2g announced that he and his "jailbreak dream team" have all the exploits required in order to craft a jailbreak solution for iOS 5.1. Though this doesn't mean we'll see a jailbreak in the next few days (or even in the next few weeks), it does mean @pod2g and his colleagues are on the right track.
The jailbreak mastermind @pod2g, who orchestrated the search for an untethered jailbreak solution for the iPhone 4S and iPad 2, has recently noted that he's looking for vulnerabilities that will help him develop a solution which supports Apple's new iPad.