Yet another update comes from the rising star of the jailbreak community with an iOS 5 / 5.0.1 Untethered exploit, the pod2g comes again up with another update on its blog with a short post describing the current status of iOS 5 untethered jailbreak. The pod2g has just handed over its founded untethered exploit for A4 devices to the Chronic Dev Team. The A4 Device exploit does not includes the latest devices such as the newly launched iPhone 4S and iPad 2.

He has handed over his exploit to the Chronic Dev Team to make it more polished exploit and works on it to make more stable on the wide range of the devices, as the Chronic Dev Team already playing with millions of iOS devices crash reports with their newly launched tool for the users to help them in discovering the bugs that may lead them to the untethered exploit in the iOS. There is a big reason for sending his exploit to Chronic Dev Team, in doing this, he can easily work on the A5 device exploits while the other teams work on the A4 device exploit and implement it in the software shape for the users.


The pod2g claimed that by doing this, he can now easily focus on the A5 device exploits to make them works more efficient then their current status. Pod2g have to speed up the work of iPhone 4S jailbreak on iOS 5.0.1, as the Apple is ready to serve the next major update of iOS 5.x with releasing the first version of the iOS 5.1 publicly.


It seems that developer is now working with more confidence to make its iOS 5 untethered jailbreak exploit working on A5 devices, which enable the users to jailbreak their iPad 2 and iPhone 4S on the iOS 5 / iOS 5.0.1. However, this is the really good news for those users who have been waiting for the launch of the jailbreak. We can expect the launch of jailbreak soon, as soon as Chronic Dev Team completes their work on the pod2g’s discovered exploit.