iOS 6 jailbroken

By Esat Dedezade on Jun 13, 2012 7:41 AM
Filed under Software

Devs get in early.

iOS 6 has already been jailbroken, less than 24 hours after its host of new features were revealed yesterday at Apple's WWDC event.

Although iOS 6 isn't set to land until later this year, developers have early access to Apple's latest mobile OS, and one in particular – MuscleNerd – has already reported a successful jailbreak.

Th dev-come-hacker has however stated that a final version is sill a long way off, with an untethered jailbreak (one that doesn't require you to connect your iDevice to your laptop each time it reboots) even further off even still.

MuscleNerd also hinted at the possiblity a jailbroken iPhone 3GS would be able to use full GPS features again, thanks to the new Maps app in iOS 6.

This article originally appeared at Stuff.tv

 
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