SHAtter Will Jailbreak All Existing iOS Devices For Life

News | Saturday September 11 2010 5:11 AM | Comments (0) Tags: , , , , ,

The bootrom exploit allows the use of unsigned code execution, which could help in creating a tethered jailbreak called SHAtter, a jailbreak for life.
couple of months back.
Since the exploit was discovered on Apple ’s A4 chip running iOS 4.1, the tethered jailbreak should work with the current and older iOS devices. Tethered means that the jailbreak needs to be reapplied every time you power down your iOS device. If you let the battery run out or restart your iPod touch then you will need to reapply the jailbreak by connecting to your computer (tethering).
As we’ve explained in our earlier post, a bootrom exploit is a low level exploit that can’t be fixed by Apple with a software update like it did with
.
Apple can prevent jailbreaking by releasing devices with a new bootrom that patches the exploit, but Apple won’t be able to stop users from jailbreaking devices with the older bootrom.
and Chronic Dev team are currently working hard to bring the jailbreaking tools to users but it is expected to take sometime.
We’ll let you know as soon as we’ve any further updates. So stay tuned here at
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