If you own a newer WiFi only iPad 2,4, you maybe a little bit disappointed. That is because the iPad 2,4 is one of the very few iOS 5.1.1 devices that cannot be jailbroken with the new Absinthe iOS 5.1.1 untethered jailbreak tool.
This weekend, highly awaited jailbreak tweak Absinthe 2.0 was released. Hours after its release, the latest version of Absinthe was updated Version 2.0.1, just few hours after its release.
For those who are passionate about jailbreak and love to use jailbreaking tweaks, this weekend must have been a treat because the most awaited jailbreaking tweak was updated just few hours after its release.
Last weekend, late on Friday, finally, the eagerly awaited jailbreak for iOS 5.1.1 was released. The jailbreak would work on the New iPad (also known as iPad 3) as well.
Earlier this week, we reported that the untethered jailbreak for iOS 5.1.1 was expected to release sometime this week. Now we are confirming that it is coming today. At the time of this news report being written, there are few hours remaining for the jailbreak to release.
Usually, big news from the jailbreak community come out on the weekends, and this weekend is no exception.
After explaining the procedures to jailbreak iPhone 4S and iPad 2 on Mac OS X and Windows, we are back with the procedure of jailbreaking these two popular iDevices on Linux. Since there is no iTunes for Linux, this procedure may sound tricky and difficult but it is very simple to apply. You can easily…
Absinthe, the untethered jailbreak utility for iPad 2 and iPhone 4S has received a new update. The new jailbreak tweak has now been updated to version 0.4 and it brings compatibility with Leopard.
The Windows Version of Absinthe is available now. Absinthe is the center of attention since its release because it can jailbreak iPhone 4S and iPad 2.
Now that Absinthe, the jailbreak tweak is available, you must be itching to jailbreak your iPhone 4S or iPad 2.