There is a new update released for the Corona untethered jailbreak tool, making it available for the entire gamut of A5-based devices. Jailbreaks in the past (a move that allows the user to gain access to system level files, hence being able to run applications that were not officially sanctioned by Apple) have not been able to work consistently with Apple’s eBook app for everyone, but thanks to the latest Corona update in Cydia, those with jailbroken iPhone 4S devices are able to use iBooks on the iPhone 4S without any hassle. Apart from that, this update will also addresses general stability issues for those running on iOS 5.0, and comes across as highly recommend for iPad 2-toting folk, too. I guess with the bane of iBooks errors being resolved, you should be able to get your eBook reading sessions up and running. Saurik, the father of Cydia, has recommended that all those who have jailbroken their iOS 5.0.1 device to install the latest Corona update. You can choose from Windows or iOS downloads, respectively.
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