Apple will be releasing iOS 4.2 sometime next month and with every new firmware update we all tend to ask the same question. When will the unlock be out?
MuscleNerd from the iPhone Dev Team is by far the only public most vocal iPhone Dev on Tweeter nowadays. Since he is the only dev who replies back to people on tweeter some of his followers asked him about the Ultrasn0w Unlock for the iOS 4.1 and iOS 4.2 / basebands (Modem Firmware) 05.14.02, I was surprised by the answer just like many of you are.
In a reply to one of his many followers on Twitter, MuscleNerd of iPhone Dev Team has confirmed that ultrasn0w unlock for iPhone 3GS and iPhone 3G on iOS 4.1 and iOS 4.2, with 05.14.02 baseband will be released in a day or two at most, once iOS 4.2 is released to public.
Past couple of days were just nutts… With the new Limera1n Jailbreak released by Geohot the next big question people have been asking is, where is the unlock? It seems we may be getting it sooner than we expected, the video below explains it all.
The new Limera1n Jailbreak will be equipped with new “Snow” unlock? This is all happening very fast so I’m not sure if this video is real of fake but watch it and let me know what you think.
The video shows new Unlock as the LimeSn0w which looks very credible and 100% similar to the previously released unlock (by GeoHot) called BlackSn0w.
It is recommended if you jailbroke your iPhone or iPad with the Limera1n Jailbreak to keep the Limera1n tear drop installer as the unlock might show up later down the road as an option to install. Read more…
Great News for all you Unlockers out there!!! Sherif Hashim has discovered another exploitable iPhone baseband crash which could bring an unlock for iOS 4.1 and iOS 4.2.
So what does this mean? Sherif Hashim has managed to crash the new 05.14.02 and 2.10.04 baseband which can ultimately lead to an unlock for iOS 4.1 and iOS 4.2 for both iPhone 3GS and iPhone 4 users.
With that being said, I don’t expect them to release it anytime before Apple releases iOS 4.2 to public. If you are an iPhone 4 user, you can either use TinyUmbrella to update to iOS 4.1 without the updated baseband Read more…