The Chronic Dev Team promised that their iOS 4.1 jailbreak tool, which was launched Yesterday for Windows users only, will support all the three platforms and they are coming true to their word. The hard working jailbreak team has now unleashed Greenpois0n for Linux which will definitely please iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad users belonging to the open source OS family.
Here comes the news which will definitely please Mac based iDevice users particularly iPhone 4/3GS. MuscleNerd has unveiled the release date for the highly anticipated iOS 4.1 jailbreak tool for Mac – PwnageTool. PwnageTool for Mac is scheduled to be unleashed this Sunday which happens to be 17th October.
We all know why Greenpois0n is yet to be released – Limera1n unexpected launch has prompted the Chronic Dev Team to remove the SHAtter exploit from their iOS 4.1 jailbreak tool to save it for an upcoming firmware. Regardless of whenever it arrives, we would want to know the platforms will it support. This very important question has been answered the details of which are provided after the jump.
You knew this was coming even if you are of the optimistic kind. Greenpois0n, the iOS 4.1 jailbreak tool which was scheduled to be unleashed later in the day has been delayed. We are yet to get a specific release date. All we know is that it will be released as soon as possible.
Now that’s we called a pleasant surprise. Last time we talked about Limera1n, we told you that geohotz plans to unleash it on Monday but that’s no longer the case. Limera1n the iOS 4.1 jailbreak tool has gone live today much to the delight of the iOS 4.1 enabled iDevice users.
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The jailbreak news just keep coming just the way we like it. The ever popular Dev Team as expected has rolled out redsn0w 0.9.6 Beta 1. The tool which is also called redsn0w 0.9.6b1 brings jailbreak for iPhone 3G and iPod Touch 2G running on iOS 4.1/4.0.
Here you go folks, your question of when will Greenpois0n see daylight has been answered. 10th October which is Sunday is set as the release date for the iOS 4.1 jailbreak.
With the news of Apple TV getting jailbroken thanks to SHAtter, the exploit that has the capability to jailbreak the current line up of iDevices, it is extremely essential that we have a tool that is capable of saving the Apple TV SHSH as it will serve the jailbreak loving Apple TV users in the long run. TinyUmbrella a tool that needs no introduction to the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad users has been updated to version 4.1.5 which makes it compatible with the new Apple TV.
So, iOS 4.2 Beta 2 is not the only thing that came out from the Cupertinos today. Besides rolling out the second beta of iOS 4.2, Apple has rolled out a beta, the first beta version that is for iTunes 10.1.