Only days from iOS 5.1.1 untethered jailbreak plus updated device list
We know that many of our readers are interested in jailbreaking their devices and have been bringing you all the news regarding the much-awaited iOS 5.1 (iOS 5.1.1) untethered jailbreak. We’ve been reporting the latest exploits from pod2g in this endeavor and it now seems that we are only a few days away from a release and we also have an updated list of devices that it will work for.
Pod2g has been busy on his Twitter account in recent days and the news is good but more on that later. First of all we have the compatible device update. Recently we published a list of Apple iOS devices that would be able to use the untethered jailbreak, while some were still being worked on and others were not expected to be supported. However, news today is that pod2g has updated the list of iOS devices that will be supported and it has been expanded quite a bit as his blog post tells.
Devices that will now support the upcoming iOS 5.1.1 untethered jailbreak are the iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4 CDMA, iPhone 4S, iPad 1, iPad 2 WiFi, iPad 2 GSM, iPad 2 CMDA, iPad 3 (new iPad) WiFi, iPad 3 (new iPad) CDMA, iPod 3G, iPod 4G. Only Apple TV 3 remains on the list for devices that WON’T be supported while others that are still to be tested but SHOULD be supported are the iPad 2 WiFi R2, iPad 3 (new iPad) Global and Apple TV 2.
Many of you should now find your devices listed so this should please a lot of people this weekend. News that the untethered jailbreak release is now only days away will also please a lot of you. In a tweet today pod2g said, “Thanks to awesome work of @planetbeing and @pimskeks, we’re near ready for a release. Now it’s a matter of days.”
We’ll be keeping tabs on developments with the iOS 5.1.1 untethered jailbreak release and of course will let readers know as soon as we hear more on this. What are your thoughts on pod2g’s latest tweet about the jailbreak being only days away and the expanded list of compatible devices? Are you waiting for this iOS jailbreak? Let us know with your comments.