It’s been a long time that we have seen any untethered jailbreak release in the community from the iPhone Jailbreak hackers, except the claims of having untethered jailbreak 5.1.1 exploits to completely jailbreak the new-generation devices on the latest iOS 5.1.1 firmware versions. We do believe on the iOS jailbreak hackers, as they do this job for free of cost, and not even directly ask you to donate for their work, but as a user of their exploits, we feel that we must have to donate them as much as we can, as it will help in continuing their efforts of jailbreaking the new iOS firmware version.
It is reported that Dream Team, the key team of an iPhone DevTeam and Chronic DevTeam are about to launch the new update of their Absinthe 2.0 today, during their stay at the annual conference of Hack In The Box event. We have just come to know from the official member of HITB event that Chronic DevTeam is about to live demonstrate their newly discovered iOS 5.1.1 untethered jailbreak for A5 and A4 devices, including the iPad 3. The HITB conference is going to happen in Amsterdam at 10:45 AM, where the most popular iOS jailbreak community dev is going to meet each other for their strong upcoming untethered jailbreak exploits. It is also expected that MuscleNerd of iPhone devteam will also give a presentation on the stage about the iPhone baseband unlock, and the stats of iOS iPhone jailbreak users
iOS 5.1.1 Untethered Jailbreak:
The iOS 5.1.1 Untethered Jailbreak or Untethered Jailbreak 5.1.1 is going to release somewhere during the conference or after finishing the conference, but it is confirmed from the HITB 2012 agenda that Chronic DevTeam is about to live demonstrate the iOS 5.1.1 untethered jailbreak. The PosixNinja, the key-member of Chronic DevTeam, already claimed in front of media that he will demonstrate the jailbreak live on the launch of iPhone 4S, but failed to accomplish the task. However, this year, users are again going to trust him and will wait for the iOS 5.1.1 untethered jailbreak for an iPhone / iPad devices.