According to Boy Genius Report, Apple will be releasing iOS 4.3.1 in a couple of weeks and one of the main changes is to fix jailbreak susceptible on the iPad 2.
It is also learn that iOS 4.3.1 meant to fix some minor bugs and increase stability for iPhones, iPads, and
iH8snOw has released snOwbreeze 2.3 Beta 4. The latest update will provide users to access ultrasnOw to unlock iPhone 4 baseband 0.159.00 and iPhone 3GS baseband 04.26.08/ 05.11.07/ 05.12.0105.13.04.
In this version they have fixed broken mobile substrate bugs and adds Multitouch Gestures.
Here are the steps that has to be followed in-order to untether your jailbreak of iOS 4.2.1
while taking the help of the the iPhone Dev-Team's 'backup plan' method on Mac OS X.
Please remember that you must have a jailbroken device on iOS 4.2.1.
Note: Folks please make to backup your data
iH8sn0w has let out the Sn0wbreeze 2.3b1 for Windows, and this will determined the users as those wanting to jailbreak and also unlock their iPhone in-order to update iPhone with a pre-jailbroken iOS 4.3 firmware. But while preserving the baseband from being upgraded so that it can be unlocked using
An updated version jailbreaking tool – Seas0nPass to support a tethered jailbreak the new Apple TV 4.2 software update (iOS 4.3) has been released by Firecore.
FireCore has also provided the following information about aTVFlash:
"For the most part yes. However, you may see a few oddities with text entry screens in
According to CNET UK, "an increasingly important indication of overall
iOS 4.3 released by Apple is now available for download, software update provides useful features for owners of the iPad and later models of the iPhone and iPod Touch. The interesting one is Personal Hotspot, which allows user to share iPhone’s 3G connection with up to five mobile devices (combination
Now with the official release of iOS 4.3, Chronic-Dev Team member has been trying to discover the code and has able to get some new details about the next-generation iPhone.
" iOS 4.3 code reveals that the next-generation iPhone 5 will sport a the same dual-core Apple A5 processor as the