If you have been waiting for an untethered JailBreak for iDevices which are on a firmware version greater than iOS 5.0.1, you must already know that Pod2G has been working really hard to make it a success. Fortunately, with the help of some other iOS hackers, iOS 5.1.1 untethered JailBreak is now supported by almost all iDevices. However, there’s still some testing needed for some of them.
Pod2G has mentioned the list of iOS devices which would be supported in his upcoming untethered JailBreak for iOS 5.1.1. Few days ago, he informed that his exploit was not functional on certain devices which included iPhone 3GS and iPod 3G. Today, even that hurdle has been surpassed. When iOS 5.1.1 untethered JailBreak would be released, we would have support for iPhone 3GS and iPod 3G as well.
But it seems that iPhone 3GS still needs to pass themselves from the testing process. Only device which wouldn’t have the JailBreak is Apple TV 3, a recent refresh of an Apple TV from Apple which has an entirely different architecture of A5 from inside. This is the reason why most of the exploits fails to work on it. iDevices which surely work on iOS 5.1.1 untethered JailBreak are iPhone 4S, iPad 1, iPad 2 Wifi, iPhone 4, iPad 3 Wifi, iPad 3 CDMA, iPod 3G and iPod 4G.
Are you waiting for the JailBreak? Don’t worry, it is now weeks away from the release. Let’s know if you have any doubts in the comment section. For more information, you can checkout Pod2G’s blog.