August 2, 2010 by USA Post 

JailbreakmeJailbreakme, At the time many iPhone intrepid four owners have been waiting for is here: The iPhone Dev Team has released a jailbreak for the iPhone through its four jailbreakme 2.0 tool – and this time, users can perform the cut on the right on your device.

The process of jailbreaking – allowing users to run unauth0rized software by Apple, and was recently considered by the Office of U.S. copyright law – Is now dead simple. Users only need to log in web browser of the iPhone, and follow the onscreen instructions to jailbreak your device. It seems that the hack works on almost all devices running IOS – including the iPhone 3G, 3G, S, and IPAD.

There are numerous reports that the servers for the hack are getting slammed at the moment, so the process may take a little longer than normal. According to Engadget, there were also problems with FaceTime and MMS to be disabled after the jailbreaking process. But now it seems Comex, a member of the iPhone Dev Team, has solved this problem. For a list of jailbreaking tutorials and IOS devices and software version numbers that can be jailbroken, check out the coverage of Redmond Pie.

Despite the constant and tireless attempts to stop the phenomenon Apple jailbreaking is now legal, and easier than ever. Given the popularity of the iPhone in April and the pure simplicity of this hack is obvious that more iPhone users are jailbreaking their devices. (Jailbreaking still void the Apple warranty, so take note.)

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