If you've been looking for an ultimate, all-in-one Siri-enhancing jailbreak tweak for your iPhone 4S handset, look no further. A new package to recently appear in the Cydia Store - called AssistantExtensions - transforms Siri from a humble personal assistant, into mighty, powerful digital butler ready to undertake almost any potential task.
Recently, more information regarding the iPhone 4S jailbreak has hit the Web. In a Twitter update posted by @planetbeing, it was noted that the jailbreak "dream team" has managed to get unassigned code to run on an iPhone 4S handset. Furthermore, a demo video of a jailbroken iPhone 4S has been posted online, and the Corona package has received an update that fixes iBooks.
The jailbreak "dream team" currently hard at work on developing a jailbreak solution for the iPhone 4S (and iPad 2) has recently made significant progress. In a recent Twitter update, @planetbeing notes that the sandbox difficulties @pod2g had previously mentioned have now been conquered, meaning we're one step closer to seeing the release of the all-important jailbreak solution.
The iOS hacker hard at work developing a jailbreak solution for the iPhone 4S has updated his blog again, this time answering questions regarding his progress and the issues he has encountered in attempting to find an exploit for Apple's dual-core A5 processor.
Jailbreak fans can now use TinyUmbrella to save their iPhone 4S's SHSH blobs for the second build of iOS 5.0.1. Support for this build of Apple's mobile operating system comes in an update for TinyUmbrella, which was released a couple of days ago.
There is currently no iPhone 4S jailbreak. However, one of jailbreaking’s most impressive feature, SBSettings toggles, can be recreated on Apple’s latest handset, according to iDownloadBlog. Best of all, all that is required is an app available in the App Store.
In a recent Twitter update, iPhone Dev-Team member @MuscleNerd has shared some information on the state of the iPhone 4S jailbreak. In short, the Dev-Team has been able to jailbreak the handset, but @MuscleNerd does note that this is a "very preliminary" solution, and that there is "lots of work left."