iOS 4.1 Jailbreak for iPhone, iPad & iPod Touch with Limera1n Exploit Coming Soon

More jail breaking action is seen now. Yesterday, after the announcement from the team of iPhone Dev, that the new Green poison jailbreak with shatter feat will be launched on 10/10/10 at 10:10:10 AM. George Hotz disclosed that he is rising up with his own solution for jailbreak for the iOS 4.1. George Hotz, in the circles of jail breaking is well known as GeoHot.

According a report that is posted by pod2G, the first one to identify the exploit i.e., the iOS hacker, a comprehensive solution for jailbreak for iOS 4.1, should be prepared in an account of days preferably than weeks.

In the mean time, another popular hacker, Clayton Braasch, who is associated with the project of jailbreak, has pointed that jailbreak might take much time and not need fully days.

The newly discovered exploit, named as Limera1n can evidently cause the jailbreak. It will be interesting for people who are following the scene of jail breaking considering Hotz, who has announced earlier in the year 2010, that he was addressing it quits on evolving jail breaking tools. Hotz then told that it was a nice ride and that he had learnt a lot about many things and possibly among these days, he would be taking a more formal break.

It is heard that the new innovative Limera1n jailbreak will be launched on October 11th 2010. From this day the new green poison will be available for the download publicly. Shatter exploit will not be used by Limera1n jail break software unlike the green poison jailbreak. The green poison jailbreak team was upset by GeoHot, who released Limer1n , coz the chronic Dev team, did not require two various exploits to be released at once.

Unfortunately, this act by GeoHot may detain the green poison jail break and fight it past the master original release date of 10/10/10 10:10:10 AM. This scene of jail break is really getting interesting. Many people will be happy as Limer1n will support for 3GS but not 3G, whereas green poison can only support the devices of fourth generation as it used an other exploit.

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