Am I the only one getting concerned? iOS 6: GM will roll out on 9/12, and the full release due out sometime between 9/17-9/21. That means that we are about 2 weeks away from a final release! Jailbreak: The devs are being unusually quiet regarding an iOS 6 vulnerability or jailbreak. Yes, we have the limera1n exploit for A4 devices, a permanent tethered jailbreak. But with the original iPad and iPhone 4 quickly becoming older devices, limera1n doesn't do anything for the newer devices, including the iPad 2 and iPhone 4S or newer. I understand a while ago they tweeted about having vulnerabilities prepared for iOS 6, but one would think they would have been testing and communicating their findings online. Even the jailbreak tools haven't seen much activity or updates. What is the status of the vulnerabilities and untethered? Cydia: Last I checked, Cydia was BROKEN on iOS 6. I don't recall this ever being an issue on past versions of iOS, ever. Where is Saurik in all of this, and what progress has he made? Point is, for A5 devices, it took until December/January, if I am recalling correctly, for a jailbreak to be released. At this time last year, Cydia was functioning fine on iOS 5 betas, and the jailbreak devs were open and demonstrating beta exploits. Given the lack of evidence of progress for iOS 6's jailbreak and Cydia functionality, am I the only one that is afraid we are in for a VERY long wait?