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It’s Legal to Jailbreak an iPhone, But Not an iPad

10/26/2012, Jailbreaking an iOS device has been in a murky grey area legally, but it just got a lot clearer: today, the US Copyright Office issued an exemption to the Digital Millenium Copyright Act that jailbreaking a device does not violate US copyright law....

Jailbreak for iOS 6 and iPhone 5 not expected for months

10/01/2012, With the release of the iPhone 5 and iOS 6, we’re sure that there are many iOS users out there who are itching to have their devices jailbroken. Unfortunately if that describes your current situation, you might be in for a wait. This was revealed by...

Cydia paid $8 million to developers in 2011

10/01/2012, While some might have more pure and noble reasons for jailbreaking an iOS device or rooting an Android one, it’s safe to assume that many people do it for the free apps. By jailbreaking/rooting your device, you will have to ability to downloaded pirated...

iPhone 5 possibly jailbroken on first day

09/21/2012, With every new iPhone and version of iOS, iPhone owners dedicated to Cydia get nervous over whether Apple will patch holes needed to add an unlocked bootlocker. With iOS 6, it’s looking good–the iPhone 4 and 3GS were unlocked yesterday, and...

LiveClock jailbreak tweak now compatible with iOS 5

07/25/2012, One of the odd things about Apple’s Clock app on the iPhone is that it isn’t animated. Given the trouble Apple took to design the app’s icon to actually resemble a clock, one couldn’t be blamed if they assumed that it would actually display the...

Tethered jailbreak achieved for iOS 6 Beta 3

07/17/2012, It was just yesterday when Apple released iOS 6 beta 3 to developers, but the good news is that it appears that a jailbreak solution has been discovered for it already. Unfortunately this is a tethered jailbreak, meaning that you will need to make sure...