It’s been more than three months sincestarted shipping the 2 and the jailbreaking community hasn’t been able to satisfy -toting, jailbreaking junkies yet.
The new Limera1n exploit, which worked on A4-based devices like 4G and , is hardware-based and, well, since iPad 2 is A5-based, the exploit doesn’t work on it. And so the community has to find an all-new exploit…A5 processor-based architecture in the is proving to be a difficult puzzle to solve. The
jailbreak iOS 4.0/4.0.1. Jailbreaking with it simply involved sliding the “slide to ” bar and Comex’s tool did the rest. This was in contrast to other traditional tools which involve plenty of steps. The exploit was later patched in .2.dev Comex’s tool, which worked on an userland exploit, was used to
Today,dev Comex updated the website for JailbreakMe. The updated page, according to Comex himself, is simply a tease. The webpage features this image:
You can see it for yourself by visiting JailbreakMe.com.
The photo shows a signboard which plainly says “PDF”. Now this is obviously pointing towards a potential PDF-based exploit. The question is: which iOS device(s) and iOS version could this be for?
It would be a good bet to say this isn’t for jailbreaking iOS 4.3.3 since that is already covered.
These kind of teases are meant to arouse hope, desire or curiosity without satisfying the intended targets (that’s us!). We are pinning our hopes and desires for this to be a userlandfor iPad 2 as well as other iOS devices on .
Comex’s tweets give no hints other than pointing at the tease itself. So, at this point in time, it’s all speculation. Your guess is as good as ours.