iPhone Firmware 1.1.3 Jailbreak Details

iPhone Firmware 1.1.3 Jailbreak Details
iPhone Firmware 1.1.3 Jailbreak Details. Software/firmware revision 1.1.3 has been jailbroken (full read/write access to the filesystem), meaning that unofficial third-party applications can be installed under this release. Unfortunately, the current method is so complex that its developers have decided to hold off a public release.

The jailbreak method requires hardware modification. This means that unless you 1) really know what you are doing or 2) are crazy, you won't be attempting the hardware mod. Secondly, indications are that the team who put the jailbreak together has no plans to release it - at least not until Apple releases the SDK in late February.

Jonathan “NerveGas” Zdziarski, developer of a NES emulator for the iPhone and a co-implementer of previous jailbreak methods, has claimed the existence of a separate, software-based 1.1.3 jailbreak that takes “about a half hour for savvy users.” Zdziarski and fellow developers are still withholding instructions for executing the jailbreak, but the image at left (from Zdziarski’s site) allegedly depicts an iPhone jailbroken using the new method.

Jailbroken iPhones allow full read/write access to their filesystems, enabling (among other things) the installation of unofficial native applications.

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