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Hacking team reportedly wins $1M for browser-based iOS 9.1 jailbreak

11/03, 6:53am

Unpublished iOS 9.1 exploit may be sold to government agencies

An unpublished jailbreak for iOS 9.1 and iOS 9.2 beta that works within the browser has allegedly been created, but is unlikely to be seen by the general public at all. Zerodium, an "exploit acquisition platform" that buys and sells methods to get around the security of operating systems and other software, claims its iOS 0-day bounty has been won by one hacking team, earning the creators of the exploit $1 million.


Pangu team releases first untethered jailbreak for iOS 9

10/14, 11:35am

First iOS 9 jailbreak surfaces weeks after operating system ships

Pangu, a team known for its tools used to jailbreak iPhones, has released what is believed to be the first public untethered jailbreak for iOS 9. Usable on iPhones, iPads, and the iPod touch running the current generation of Apple's mobile operating system, the jailbreak tool allows device owners to bypass Apple's own App Store and associated security processes, in order to install apps from third-party stores, such as Cydia.


New jailbroken iOS device malware found in Weiphone Cydia repository

08/31, 10:28am

Malware responsible for 250,000 Apple account thefts

Malware for iOS requiring a jailbroken handset, and access to Chinese software repositories has been identified. Recent research has discovered 92 samples of a new family of malware called "KeyRaider," which has resulted in the theft of 225,000 valid Apple accounts login credentials, and associated device GUID.


TaiG jailbreak closed off in iOS 8.1.3 update

01/28, 10:25am

Apple credits TaiG team in release notes

Yesterday's iOS 8.1.3 update sabotages the TaiG jailbreak tool, users say. The hack was functional through iOS 8.1.2, outdoing Pangu, which stopped working as of v8.1.1. Although the TaiG team itself hasn't confirmed the problem, Apple's notes for v8.1.3 actually credit the group with finding four security vulnerabilities.


Pangu iOS 8.1 jailbreak comes to Macs

11/10, 11:33am

Supports all recent iOS devices

Pangu's iOS 8.x/8.1 jailbreak tool has been successfully ported to the Mac, its creators have announced. As with the original Windows edition of the jailbreak, it supports all iOS 8-capable devices, including even the iPhone 6, 6 Plus, iPad Air 2, and iPad mini 3. The Pangu team cautions that people should backup a device before beginning, and also restore if they've downloaded any over-the-air firmware updates.


Pangu iOS 8.1 jailbreak gets Cydia, will get English within 24 hours

10/30, 4:05pm

Tool begins to reach masses

The Pangu iOS 8.1 jailbreak tool is now being bundled with Cydia, and will get an English translation within 24 hours, its developers say. Cydia is commonly used to simplify jailbreaking, partly by offering an easy way to install unapproved apps. When the Pangu code was released earlier this month, it was only in Chinese and in a rudimentary form intended for developers.


Pangu team debuts early, developer-only iOS 8.1 jailbreak

10/22, 11:07am

Said to support latest iPhones, iPads

The Pangu jailbreak team has developed a new hack for iOS 8 and 8.1 devices, reports and the team's website note. The initial release is said to be intended strictly for app developers, since it doesn't install Cydia or other services designed to make jailbreaking simple and practical. The public version is in fact waiting on those services being brought up to speed for iOS 8.


Hacker shows off unavailable iOS 7.1.1 untethered jailbreak

05/19, 10:30pm

Based on 'beautiful kernel bug,' vulnerability may be difficult to quickly fix

Not one but two well-known hack researchers have now posted evidence of working jailbreaks for iOS 7.1.1, which until now had closed the existing loopholes used by other techniques such as evasi0n. While interest in and use of jailbreaks has waned as Apple has gotten better at closing vulnerabilities, enthusiasts and die-hard customizers continue to want the ability to use unofficial apps or tweak settings in the latest iOS releases.


Malware steals Apple IDs from jailbroken iPhones, iPads

04/22, 6:11pm

Works on 32-bit devices only for now, takes advantage of same flaws jailbreak uses

As has been predicted for some time, a new malware threat exploits the same flaws in iOS that jailbreaking tools use in order to install itself on older jailbroken iPhones and iPads. The malware, likely to be found in devices where the user has installed third-party customizations, scans for the Apple ID and password of the user, then transmits it to remote servers. Current, 64-bit iOS devices like the iPhone 5s, iPad Air or second-generation iPad mini -- and un-jailbroken iOS devices of all sorts -- appear to be immune so far.


Forums: iOS 7 jailbreak, problems with Mail and more

01/03, 3:29pm

iOS 7 jailbreak, problems with Mail and more

This week in the MacNN forums, users discuss iOS 7 jailbreaks, problems with Mail and more. One Fresh-Faced Recruit turned to the forums today looking for help with the iOS 7 jailbreak on an iPad mini, so far no assistance has been provided. Yesterday, one Dedicated MacNNer was looking for help with Mail after realizing they were missing the send button, and had to resort to hitting "cancel" and then "save" in order to get a "send" button.


Apple credits Evad3rs team for holes plugged in iOS 6.1.3

03/19, 8:40pm

New updates patches six exploits, breaks evasi0n jailbreak

In closing six potential exploits in the security-oriented iOS 6.1.3 update released earlier today -- and simultaneously breaking compatibility with the evasi0n jailbreak -- Apple has acknowledged the contributions of the Evad3rs team behind the jailbreak with finding four of the six flaws that, in the wrong hands, could have lead to an increased risk of malware rather than just a path to unofficial apps and customizing. Though the jailbreak hack no longer works, the team suggest that other flaws still exist.


Evasi0n jailbreak updated for bugs, new iOS 6.1.1 update

02/12, 8:55pm

Update for iPhone 4S broke compatibility with hack

The team behind the Evasi0n jailbreak for devices running iOS 6.0 and later have unveiled an updated version in order to fix some bugs that appeared with the original release as well as re-add support for iPhone 4S devices that were updated to iOS 6.1.1, released yesterday. Apple released iOS 6.1.1 as a fix for problems with v6.1 on the iPhone 4S, including unusual battery drain and 3G connectivity issues. The updated Evasi0n tool (now at version 1.3) tackles other problems.


Fixes for evasi0n iOS 6.x jailbreak bugs released

02/07, 1:01am

Users were having issues with weather, boot times, more

Following the popular release of the evasi0n "jailbreak" tool for devices running iOS 6 and higher, the team behind it have released at least two updates to fix problems caused by the jailbreak, which has been claimed to have been downloaded more than 1.5 million times since its release on Monday. The most common bug was that the jailbreak caused the stock Weather app to crash or (on iPads) revealing a hidden but outdated iPhone version of the app.


Apple warns jailbreakers of hazards, lack of service options

02/05, 7:25pm

Note updated in light of issues with latest iOS 6.x jailbreak

Apple has reviewed and updated a Knowledge Base article on the potential hazards of jailbreaking iPhones, following the release on Monday of the evasi0n jailbreak for iOS 6.x. While jailbreaking is not illegal, issues with the jailbreak (and previous jailbreaks for earlier iOS versions) have been reported, and Apple is within its rights to refuse service on a jailbroken phone. Minor issues have been reported with the evasi0n jailbreak, and the article has likely been updated simply as a reminder.


Evad3rs now set to release jailbreak for iOS 6.x Monday

02/03, 10:34pm

Will work with all devices capable of running iOS 6

A jailbreak for iOS 6 including the latest release iOS 6.1 has been given a confirmed released date by the hacker team developing it. After hinting that the hack would be released to the public on Super Bowl Sunday, tweets from team members now say that it will actually be released on Monday. Reports from team members suggest that work is finished on the hack but that it was felt to be too late in the day for a release on Sunday, suggesting that the jailbreak could come early (by US time-zone standards) on Monday.


Forthcoming jailbreak for iOS 6.x gets name, website

01/31, 2:03am

Creators start to wobble on firm release date, however

A "supergroup" of well-known iOS hackers now called the Evad3rs have launched an official website to promote the team's jailbreak for a wide variety of iOS devices running iOS 6 or 6.1, the latter of which was just released on Monday. The jailbreak should enable most recent iOS devices to be able to further customized and let users install apps unavailable from the official App Store -- but as with any jailbreak, the exploit required for it to work could be used for pirating and malware as well.


New team hints at iOS 6.1 jailbreak coming on Sunday

01/28, 7:42pm

Comprised of jailbreak veterans, team will unveil hack February 3

While iOS 6 never got a public "untethered" jailbreak, a new team of hackers comprised of well-known veterans of other jailbreak teams will be releasing a solution for devices using iOS 6.1 (which was just released today) on Super Bowl Sunday, February 3. The delay in releasing the jailbreak, the security flaw for which was discovered but kept secret some time ago, is due to the team not wanting to give Apple a chance to fix the issue before the jailbreak is released. There is no word yet of any unlocking solution, however.


Hacker: jailbreaking iOS 6 hard, 6.1 may prove impossible

12/24, 11:15pm

Forthcoming update adds yet more resilient code

Jailbreaking an iOS device in order to install unofficial apps, add customization options or simply to unlock a locked device has gotten tougher, as evidenced by the hacking community's inability to produce an untethered jailbreak for iOS 6. In a recent tweet, hacker i0n1c has revealed that the forthcoming iOS 6.1 update adds "again tougher protections" to the codebase even compared to iOS 6, suggesting that security has been dramatically improved.


Untethered jailbreak for all iOS 5.1 devices now testing [U]

05/10, 6:00pm

Tool could be available within weeks

[Updated: video added] Chronic Dev Team hacker Pod2G, who reported last week of being able to get an untethered jailbreak running on an iPhone 4, has updated his progress with further news. He has gotten the jailbreak exploit to work on most other iOS devices capable of running iOS 5.1, regardless of processor type. The breakthrough, which may not apply to the latest iOS 5.1.1 update, could mean a public tool for untethered jailbreaks will arrive soon.


Report: untethered jailbreak for iOS 5.1 achieved

05/04, 2:08am

Exploit is not ready for public release yet

Following up on a report from earlier this week, iOS hacker pod2g announced on Twitter late yesterday that he had succeeded in getting his iPhone 4 running under iOS 5.1 with an untethered jailbreak. While no tool for other users has yet been announced, the breakthrough means that those wanting to run the latest version of iOS and unofficial apps should be able to do so in the near future. There is no word yet on whether the exploit is limited to A5 devices like the iPhone 4 or not.


Jailbreak app MyWi updated, now supporting iOS 5

04/06, 10:00pm

Creates hotspot without carrier approval

MyWi, an unofficial app that allows jailbroken iPhones to create hotspots without carrier approval, has been updated to version 5.5, which now supports iOS 5 users. Despite the lack of an untethered jailbreak for the latest devices, the program allows users of A4, A5 and A5X based 3G or LTE iOS devices to create and manage personal hotspots, now including Bluetooth tethering for activation of the Wi-Fi hotspot. The app has been rewritten from scratch.


FireCore releases ATV2 5.0-compatible tethered jailbreak

03/30, 7:00pm

Not all plug-ins work with it yet

Owners of the now-previous (the "720p black" or "ATV2") AppleTV box now have an option of jailbreaking the device in a limited way, even if it has been upgraded to the newest 5.0 (iOS 5.1) software. FireCore has updated it's Seas0nPass jailbreak tool and aTV Flash (black) software to work with the new jailbreak, which allows users to retain the advantages of the Apple TV 5.0 software while adding various unofficial plug-ins such as and NitoTV for additional content.


Jailbreak inbound for A5-based iPhone 4S and iPad 2

01/20, 6:55am

Corona for A5-based iOS devices enroute

The iPhone Dev Team have announced that they are close to releasing the Corona A5 jailbreak for the iPhone 4S and iPad 2. The team says that it has overcome the technical hurdles associated with the underlying technique and that all that remains is bug fixes before a general release is made available. The release will work on iPhone 4S’ running iOS 5.0 (9A334), 5.0.1 (9A405) and 5.0.1 (9A406), as well as the iPad 2 running iOS 5.01 (9A405).


Apple TV hacks, jailbreaking lead to iOS apps running [U]

12/30, 9:45pm

Adds abilities but can cause issues, void warranty

[Updated: video of Troughton-Smith demonstrating Mudkip's iOS window manager and apps on Apple TV] The untethered jailbreak for some iOS 5.0.1 devices has migrated into Seas0npass, a tool for jailbreaking the black (current model) Apple TV, resulting in the option of extra abilities on the $99 device, including the potential to run some iOS apps as demonstrated by hacker Steve Troughton-Smith. The updated Seas0npass works even with Apple TV software version 4.4.4, and third-party options give users the ability to play other video formats, implement custom Bluetooth options and more.


Siri0us jailbreak app pulled, uses unauthorized service

11/29, 10:45pm

Hack allowed Nuance dictation on pre-4S devices

Hacker Eric Day has removed his Siri0us voice dictation app from Cydia, citing multiple problems ranging from his unauthorized use of Nuance's services to the popularity of the app, which threatened to jeopardize his product site. The program, which required a jailbroken iOS device, allowed the iPhone 4 and earlier models to be able to use the Nuance dictation features normally only found on the 4S.


Redsn0w offers jailbreak for most iOS 4.3.5 devices

07/25, 11:45pm

Tethered trick won't work for iPad 2

Members of the iPhone Dev Team report that the current version of Redsn0w, originally developed for 4.3.4, continues to offer a tethered jailbreak for iOS 4.3.5, which was released by Apple released earlier today. The jailbreak technique works with most iOS devices other than the iPad 2, Redmond Pie reports. The Apple update, which addresses the issue of web certificate security, does not prevent Redsn0w from working.


Time Warner Cable details 2.0 iPad app, blocks jailbreakers

07/07, 10:55am

App blocks access from jailbroken iPads

Time Warner Cable has introduced a major update to its iPad app, TWCable TV, which now blocks access from jailbroken devices. Version 2.0 enables users to access a wider range of channels, with more than 100 channels now supported. The interface has also been improved, adding an interactive program guide for setting favorite channels or viewing program listings for up to seven days. Users can also remotely manage their DVR scheduling directly from the app.


JailbreakMe comes back with web-based iPad 2 cracking

07/06, 8:50am

JailbreakMe 3.0 released with web crack for iPad 2

The official code for JailbreakMe 3.0 has been released for the iPad 2 running iOS 4.3.3. The release will also work on the iPhone and iPod touch and is extremely easy to install as seen in the video embedded below. Users only need to navigate to the website using their iOS device and install it from there. It also very easy to reverse the jailbreak, which is achieved by connecting the device to iTunes and initiating a system restore.


Sony subpoenas PlayStation hacker's PayPal records

03/16, 11:40pm

Company seeks records covering two years

Sony has moved to subpoena PlayStation hacker George Hotz' PayPal records, as the company continues to push for its anti-jailbreaking lawsuit to stay in California. Despite the focus on a PS3 jailbreak that only emerged several months ago, Judge Joseph Spero granted the company's request to gain access to all of Hotz' PayPal records spanning from 2009 to 2011.


Jailbreak arrives for iOS 4.3 GM ahead of launch

03/04, 4:55pm

Compatibility with iPad 2 still unclear

Just hours after Apple released its iOS 4.3 golden master (GM) build to developers, the release was reportedly jailbroken using the same method that had worked for the initial betas. A Cult of Mac report suggests devices running iOS 4.3 can be jailbroken using a more advanced process, which requires users to create a custom IPSW, or a simpler method that only works as a tethered jailbreak.


Chronic Dev team release untethered iOS 4.2.1 jailbreak

02/03, 10:00pm

Uses exploit already patched in iOS 4.3

The Chronic Dev team have made available a new version of "greenpois0n," a release-candidate beta that offers untethered jailbreaking of devices running iOS 4.2.1, such as the iPad, third- and fourth-generation iPod Touch and iPhone 3GS or 4. The program can jailbreak without the need for SHSH blobs or other pre-existing hacks, and allows users to alter theme components, install alternate settings and use apps unapproved by the App Store -- a potential security risk, but one some users desire to gain extra functionality.


New bootrom exploit aims to jailbreak iOS 4.1

09/08, 6:25pm

Exploit said to be difficult for Apple to fix

Within hours of Apple's official iOS 4.1 release, a Dev Team member has already announced a bootrom exploit that promises to jailbreak the latest OS. The exploit is expected to be difficult for Apple to disable in a software update, without physically flashing a new bootrom to devices.


Apple Stores blocking

08/05, 9:35pm

Browser redirects to

Apple may be attempting to indirectly battle in its retail stores. Users have begun reporting problems accessing the jailbreak site from Wi-Fi networks based in Apple Stores. Rather than opening the blocked site, Safari is allegedly redirected to


Jailbreaks emerge for iOS 4 GM on the iPhone 3GS

06/08, 3:10pm

Additional methods expected soon

Only one day after Apple released the Gold Master seed of iOS 4, formerly known as iPhone OS 4, the firmware has already been jailbroken. The hack appears to use PwnageTool bundles modified for the GM, which reportedly allows users to preserve the baseband for


iPad hack enables SMS messages on T-Mobile SIM

05/02, 11:55pm

Functionality requires trimming of standard SIM

The iPhone Dev Team, a group better known for iPhone jailbreaking, has allegedly found a way to send SMS messages from a 3G iPad. The additional functionality reportedly requires raw code, as the feature has yet to be officially enabled on the tablet, according to details listed on a Twitter post. SMS messages are also prohibited from AT&T accounts bundled with the 3G models.


iPad jailbroken in a single day

04/04, 12:55pm

Early hack gets root on iPad

iPhone Dev-Team member MuscleNerd revealed this afternoon that he has already managed to jailbreak the iPad after just a day of sales. The crack is a variation on the same "Spirit" jailbreak recently used to de-restrict iPhone 3.1.3 and, like the earlier technique, is believed to use a browser-based exploit as part of a trick to get root access and let unsigned apps run on the tablet. It's not yet evident how easily this could be made into an automated process for regular users.


Hardware dongle jailbreaks and boots iPhones

03/11, 6:45pm

Device overcomes recovery mode after restart

An electronic engineer has developed a hardware dongle that allegedly jailbreaks an iPhone. The device reportedly can be used to either jailbreak and 'hacktivate' a new iPhone, or boot a jailbroken handset that gets stuck in recovery mode. A 9V battery provides power, allowing users to restart their jailbroken iPhones while away from a computer.


BlackSn0w jailbreaks iPhones with 05.11.07 baseband

11/03, 1:50pm

Utility supports hacktivation

Blackra1n coder George Hotz has released blacksn0w, a new jailbreaking utility that unlocks iPhone firmware v3.1.2 and the latest baseband v05.11.07. The tool now allows users to upgrade to v3.1.2 from older firmware without losing the unlock. The process also enables tethering, allowing the handset to be used as a computer-connected modem even on carriers, such as AT&T, that still block the function.


iTunes 9 breaks Pre sync, no problems for jailbroken iPhones

09/09, 6:15pm

Apple prevents Palm Pre sync with latest iTunes

Apple has made sure to prevent Palm Pre owners from syncing their smartphones with the iTunes 9 update released Wednesday, according to several user reports posted on PreCentral's forums. The company has worked to prevent compatibility, starting with iTunes 8.2.1, after publishing a technical note warning users that third party phones would not be able to sync.


Apple forbids jailbreaking, more w/latest iPhone NDA

04/02, 2:50am

Apple forbids jailbreaking

Apple is taking a more aggressive stance against developers who create apps for "jailbroken" iPhones. According to a new report, the Cupertino-based company recently updated its "iPhone Developer Program License Agreement" - the agreement to which all iPhone developers are required to adhere -- to explicitly disallow jailbreaking, assisting in jailbreaking, and developing and distributing jailbreak apps. The Ars Technica report says that while previous agreements forbade the creation of apps that violate privacy, facilitate crimes, or violate intellectual property laws, the new one restricts developers from jailbreaking their own phones.


Apple argues jailbreaking illegal under DMCA

02/13, 5:10pm

Apple jailbreaking stance

Apple has publicly defined its legal stance on iPhone jailbreaking, arguing that it represents copyright infringement and a DMCA violation, in response to an exemption filing by the Electronic Frontier Foundation that was submitted to the Copyright Office as part of the 2009 DMCA triennial rulemaking. The foundation proposal asked for an exemption that would allow jailbreaking of iPhones or other handsets, effectively liberating the devices to run applications other than those obtained from Apple's own iTunes App Store.


QuickPWN 2.2 jailbreaks new iPhone v2.2

11/23, 7:30pm

QuickPWN v2.2 available

Just days after Apple released its iPhone 2.2 Software update, it has been jailbroken by's developer team. QuickPWN has released QuickPWN 2.2 for both Mac and Windows users, free to download from the website. The software allows users to jailbreak the iPhone or iPod touch updated to the latest v2.2.


Qik streams live video on (jailbroken) iPhone 3Gs

08/13, 11:15pm

Qik for iPhone 3G

After claiming plans for an iPhone version of its client, Qik on Wednesday unveiled a beta version of its live-stream video client for jailbroken iPhone handsets. Qik offers mobile device users access to internet video streaming over the cellular network, providing a simple, but effective, asset to investigative journalists, bloggers, or anyone else requiring a mobile video stream. Qik requires users to jailbreak their iPhone, although plans for an App Store release are currently being explored.


Pwnage 2.0 jailbreaks iPhone 2.0, unlocks original

07/19, 9:35pm

Pwnage Tool 2.0 released

On Saturday, iPhone Dev Team released its own utility to jailbreak and unlock the iPhone 3G, allowing users to access to the file system, to run third-party applications, and also unlock the device for use on any GSM network. The new Pwnage Tool 2.0 both jailbreaks and unlocks older iPhones as well as jailbreaks iPhone 3Gs and iPod Touches; it is designed for v2.0 firmware only, according to the brief announcement; however, a more full announcement is expected later. The free software featuring both 'simple' and 'expert' modes, patches the original Apple firmware/software download to allow users to install software and requires that users restore their iPhone using the patched IPSW file. The software appears to unlock original iPhones only and will not (yet?) unlock the iPhone 3G, which some other vendors have claimed to offer.


IPhone Dev Team: "we jailbroke a 3G" [video]

07/15, 6:10pm

Software iPhone Jbreak?

The iPhone Dev Team says it had become the first to jailbreak an iPhone 3G. In a posting just a few hours ago on its blog, the group showed a picture of its "Pwnage Tool" jail-breaking software for the iPhone and iPod Touch with a new addition -- support for the 3G. The posting says "this is not a release announcement, but we are working hard," apparently on a final version of the software.


Ziphone unlock works on iPhone 2.0

06/13, 7:05pm

Ziphone unlock for 2.0

The Ziphone iPhone unlocking and jailbreaking application was revealed on Friday to support the new v2.0 iPhone OS, the final version of will ship next month. A post in the developer's blog reveals that the application enables support for the device on many international networks, including AT&T, Rogers and Fido in Canada, T-Mobile, Vodaphone, TIM, Claro, and many others. Ziphone is available for iPhone owners on either Mac OS or Windows.


fring beta offers VOIP, IM for iPhones

04/15, 1:40pm

VOIP, IM iPhone client

fring on Tuesday today became the latest VoIP application to be made publicly available for Apple's iPhone. The fring beta software, which requires a "jailbroken" iPhone (the company uses "opened" as its euphemism), enables users to talk, chat and interact with other fring users and all of their online communities, using their iPhone’s WiFi connection. A light, sneak preview R&D version of the popular mobile VoIP application, developed in conjunction with the Holon Institute of Technology academic research labs in Israel, is now available for use on the iPhone. According to the company, the pre-release version is designed to gather feedback from users; the final version is due for launch later this year.


iPhone 1.1.4 unlock guide, package manager

02/29, 6:10pm

iPhone 1.1.4 unlock guide

A Mac-only guide describing how to jailbreak Apple's iPhone 1.1.4 and SIM unlock the device has surfaced alongside a graphical user interface port of the Debian APT package management system for iPhone. The new guide, posted on IntoMobile, takes users step by step through the process of jailbreaking -- or gaining filesystem read/write access -- the iPhone and unlocking it for use with wireless carriers other than Apple's exclusive partners.


Jailbreak for iPhone 1.1.4 released

02/27, 11:25pm

Jailbreak for iPhone 1.1.4

Hackers on Wednesday released the first publicly available "jailbreak" solution for version 1.1.4 of the iPhone software. A little more than 24 hours after the release of Apple's latest iPhone software, a group of coders have released iNdependence 1.4b5, a Cocoa-based application for Mac OS X that provides an easy-to-use interface for jailbreak, activation, SSH installation, and ringtone/wallpaper/application installation on the iPhone. The open-source software is available under GNU v2 license. Meanwhile, other reports indicate that at least one other jailbreak hack (with an older firmware) has survived the version 1.1.4 upgrade and yet another hacker has already successfully cracked a part of the latest firmware/software update. Next week, Apple is expected to announced, and likely release, the official SDK at the special iPhone SDK event in Cupertino. [click to read more]


Jailbreak for iPhone 1.1.3 available

02/12, 9:50pm

iPhone 1.1.3 jailbreak

iPhone users who have upgraded to firmware version 1.1.3 now have a viable jailbreak option with iJailbreak 0.5.1, an update to iJailbreak 0.5 that was released this morning. This iPhone-only jailbreak allows users to open up an iPhone with v1.1.3 installed in order to implement custom applications and services. The jailbreak requires users to implement bootloader 4.6, and will not function with any other version.



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