On the release of iOS 5.1 earlier this month along with new iPad and Apple TV, we have seen three different formatted jailbreak exploits from various iOS hackers to bring jailbreak Cydia on the latest new iPad and as well as for the iPad 2 and iPhone 4S, but it seems in the past few days that iOS hackers disappears from the field with the new iOS 5.1 jailbreak. Including us, many of you may have been curious to know about the latest update about the new iOS 5.1 untethered jailbreak for the newer devices with A5 and A5X processor.

 

iOS 5.1 Untethered Jailbreak For iPhone 4S / iPad 2 / iPad 3

However, this morning finally the season changed as the Pod2g finally comes up on his twitter profile and shared some of its work on the iOS 5.1 untethered jailbreak for all devices It seems that iOS 5.1 untethered jailbreak for all devices is going to take a bit more time like the few recent untethered exploits. It is reported that Chronic DevTeam, behind the new Absinthe Untethered jailbreak has just got their hands on some exploits that could jailbreak the iOS 5.1 on new-generation devices, but still there is some piece of code is missing or some kind of exploit is missing that completely allow them to port Cydia and its tweak on the devices running iOS 5.1.

 

iOS 5.1 Untethered Jailbreak For iPhone 4S / iPad 2 / iPad 3

The Chronic DevTeam is working on a weekly basis to acquire some more exploits on iOS 5.1 to crack the new-generation processors. However on the other side, the iPhone Dev Team is completely missing from the vision, we have not heard any single word from the MuscleNerd regarding the jailbreak on iOS 5.1 they are mostly focusing on A4 devices untethered jailbreak, which devices are already vulnerable to Geohot kernel based limera1n exploit that allows them to tethered jailbreak iOS 5.1.

We would recommend you to stay away from the iOS 5.1, unless the developers doesn’t show any sign to upgrade your devices to the latest iOS 5.1 firmware. The new iOS 5.1 Untethered Jailbreak is surely going to take a more time, as Apple introduced some more restrictions on the iOS to protect users data.