It’s time to give you a little round up the iOS 5 jailbreak status along with the quick update of the jailbreak regarding the iPhone 4S. Let me serve you the dish in a really good way! Here, I have two news, the bad and the good. Starting with the good news, the infamous and skilled hacker @pod2g, who claimed to have an iOS 5 untethered jailbreak exploit on certain devices just popped up a picture saying that he has been working hard on the iPhone 4S iOS 5 Untethered jailbreak now, but stuck in a valley of caches.
As the hacker has published the picture of the Siri working with Siri Proxy, he hinted that jailbreak is delayed due to the multicore processor cache issue, which has been adding some extra time in the release of the untethered jailbreak. The hacker has published the note on his newly established blog:
Per pod2g’s blog:
The untether fails right now because I’m having processor cache issues.
I’m close, but I can’t figure out what happens. It certainly has something to do with the multicore cache management.
It’s not meant that he won’t be able to release the jailbreak for the iPhone 4S, as he has also commented that he will have an updated status tomorrow regarding the iOS 5 Untethered jailbreak on iPhone 4S, which clearly shows that how much hard work is going behind the shutter. The hacker as well trying to make the jailbreak public as soon as possible.
Don’t lose your hopes, and remember about the release of the first iPad 2 jailbreak untethered by Comex, who takes a lot of months to complete the exploit working on the wide range of the devices. It seems that history may repeat itself at this time on the release of the iPhone 4S jailbreak. On the other side, some dev teams also working hard to break the A5 powered devices security and made the jailbreak possible for the newer devices. According to us, the jailbreak needs some real talent like geohot, who developed the limera1n exploit.