So finally the wait is over, as the Chronic DevTeam has successfully launched the awaited Absinthe GUI for the Windows users that allow them to jailbreak their iPhone 4S / iPad 2 while running Windows on their machines. Last night, Chronic DevTeam launched the Mac version of the Absinthe for the A5 devices users to jailbreak the latest iOS 5.0.1 on their iPhone 4S / iPad 2s.
However, now the Chronic DevTeam has launched the awaited Absinthe Window version for the users, so Windows users got option to go with the Chronic DevTeam GUI tool or to wait for the stable Redsn0w updated version from the iPhone Dev Team. The iPhone DevTeam have already launched their Redsn0w for Window with the exploit, but at the moment only supports the CLI method for jailbreaking the device.
If you are one of those who are losing their heart beats in waiting for the jailbreak launch, go with iOS 5.0.1 untethered jailbreak on Windows with Chronic DevTeam Absinthe GUI for Windows. Absinthe For Windows also comes up with a fix to all issues that rose last night when the hackers launched the tool for the first time. The Chronic DevTeam Absinthe is just a matter of one click, you won’t need to perform any steps in jailbreaking your device. All you have to do is, connect your device and press the Jailbreak button on the GUI Absinthe.
Important notice for those who are wishing to get the iPhone 4S unlock, don’t update your device to the latest iOS 5.0.1 because the iPhone DevTeam has announced that they got a exploit for the iPhone 4S unlock. So stay on the iOS 5.0 with the very first buggy baseband. The iOS 5.0.1 Absinthe also works on the iOS 5.0, that means you can jailbreak your device while staying at iOS 5.0.