Prior to the public release of iOS 5.0.1 , Pod2G warned us about avoiding to update the iPhone, iPad or iPod touch if wanted to keep jailbreak untethered iOS 5 , 24 hours later, Apple has made available the final version of its firmware. Remember, it corrects some bugs related to autonomy or gestures adds multitasking on the iPad first generation. But for the jailbreak, what is it?
A follower on Twitter and tweeted the hacker has the individual to a focus: the bug he found was closed in iOS 5.0.1 final? Should we expect an untethered jailbreak the latest firmware to date? Pod2G answers. “The bug I found was not blocked far as I know but it will be harder to exploit because the Charlie Miller has been.” Indeed, Apple has confirmed in a note on its site. Therefore, the next and the first untethered jailbreak iOS 5 could support future iOS 5.0.1, but additional work will be required from hackers.