For all those anxiously waiting for an unthethered jailbreak for iOS 5.0.1 on iPhone 4, here’s another status update from Pod2g — the guy who is busy working on one of the most anticipated jailbreaks.
This time, he is again back with a video where he teases the jailbreak community showing his iPhone 4 running iOS 5.0.1 untethered jailbreak. But still there is no word for the release date as according to his blog post, the main purpose of this video demo is to reassure those who were thinking that his jailbreak only works on older iPods.
Moreover, there is still disappointment for iPad 2 and iPhone 4S users as he has also mentioned in his post that his jailbreak is almost ready for “prime time” but not for the above-mentioned two A5 devices.
For those with an iPhone 4 will be happy with this news but we are still clueless about the release date of iOS 5.0.1 untethered jailbreak. But we believe that Pod2g might be planning a surprise for all jailbreakers this Christmas as he said:
Some more days to wait. Be patient, we’re doing our best.
Here’s the video he posted on his blog:
This is Pod2g’s second video demo of his untethered jailbreak exploit. With the release of his first untethered jailbreak demo he got the attention of the entire jailbreak community, in the video he showed his exploit running on his old iPod touch. Soon he realized that actually people were thinking that his jailbreak is only supported on old iPods so he came up with this video.
Later he developed another code for iPhone 4S and the jailbreak community made generous donations and he finally got his hands on iPhone 4S and initiated testing. In the first attempt to jailbreak his 4S using his newly developed exploit, he couldn’t succeed but later after sometime he fixed the issue by resolving “processor cache issues”.
Okay, so that’s all for now. Lets hope that Pod2g and his team give us something better this Christmas. If you want to get updates about Pod2g’s untethered jailbreak, other important announcements and details on its final release, you can subscribe to our RSS Feed, Follow us on Google+ or Twitter.
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