Just days after initially jailbreaking the new iOS 5 beta, a hacker group releases a version of the popular Redsn0w utility for others who want to do the same with the mobile OS.
The updated Redsn0w also includes support for re-restoring devices to previous versions of iOS 5.
The latest flavor of Redsn0w can jailbreak iOS 6.1 on older devices and in tethered mode, though an untethered jailbreak may be on its way.
Apple's latest mobile operating system has been jailbroken, but only for the iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, and fourth-generation iPod Touch.
Less than a day after its release, the latest update to iOS has been jailbroken courtesy of the iPhone Dev Team's Redsn0w.
Apple's latest iOS update puts the whammy on the popular jailbreak tool, so Evasi0n users will probably want to stick with iOS 6.1.2.
A new software tool promises deep system access to the inner workings of the iPhone 5, as well as Apple's latest devices, running the newest iOS.
Less than two weeks after iOS 4.3.1 gets released, the latest in a long series of tools for users to gain a higher degree of control over their iOS devices begins making the rounds.
Usually when Apple updates the iPhone OS, jailbreakers have to wait until the Dev Team comes out with a new version of jailbreaking software before they can update. Not this time around.
Apple's new iPhone has had its inner workings tinkered with, allowing for customisations galore.