The great team behind the MyGreatFest, the world’s first iOS Jailbreaking Community Convention, have just updated the world about their upcoming media event during this year, and as well as confirmed the world once again with their new name branding of the event as JailbreakCon. The team behind the event had changed the name of the convention right after the first event last year, and starts promoting the event with new name, and brings some blog members on their board for the effortless promotion of the event. Moreover, last year team successfully managed to get some of the biggest names of the Jailbreaking community on the event, including the Chronic Dev Team and Saurik.
JailbreakCon members have just announced the second jailbreaking convention event, and confirmed the media about their upcoming plans with the confirmation of event date and location for this year jailbreaking convention. The team has invited all the jailbreakers, tweak members, and iOS hackers to the media event, and to compete with larger expenses of the event they will offer ticket based event on which jailbreakers and media personals have to purchase the ticket to get their self inside the event.
The JailbreakCon 2012 is scheduled to be happening at the South San Francisco Conference Center in San Francisco, California, on September 29th. The team has selected the event date around the Apple’s upcoming media event for the iPhone 5 launch, and we believe that some iOS hackers may live to demo their exploits on the convention, but only if Apple reached the timeframe to launch the next-generation device.
Well, the WWJC (World Wide Jailbreak Convention) is roughly still 6 months away from us, and we believe this year many prominent hackers and jailbreak developers will attend the event and share their experience with users and other beginners on the event, for the moment, JailbreakCon team has announced the list of guest speakers:
- Saurik — founder and creator of Cydia
- Ryan Petrich — developer of jailbreak tweaks like Activator and RetinaPad
- Carsten Heinelt — developer of jailbreak app iFile for iPhone
- NitoTV — known for his work on Apple TV jailbreak
- P0sixninja — Chronic Dev Team
- iOPK — Chronic Dev Team
- AaronAsh — developer of jailbreak tweaks like Barrel and Multifl0w
- Josh Tucker — writer, concept creator, and designer behind CallBar
- Austin Bradley — graphic designer and jailbreak themer
- JayWalker — iOS hacker and ex-Chronic Dev Team member
- iH8Sn0w — iOS hacker and creator of jailbreaking tools like Sn0wBreeze and iFaith
Well, if you are new in the jailbreaking community, and want to learn about the jailbreaking community and jailbreaking stuff, then this event will be the biggest moment for you to learn good things and make direct communication with the prominent hackers on the event.