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Discussion in 'Jailbreaks and iOS Hacks' started by sqa4life, Oct 20, 2011.
Just curious, when will we be able to jailbreak iPhone 4s on iOS5?
hate to be one of those guys, but c'mon dude there's an active thread discussing this going on right now!
Maybe tomorrow, maybe next week, maybe next year, maybe never. It all depends on what's found.
Keep in mind, every time someone asks this question, the dev team delays the jb by 1 week. Keep it up.
No. Also, no one will know when an untethered iOS 5 jailbreak will be released. My guess, January 12th, 2016. Just wait. Jesus-facking-Christ, if you don't like the already included features in the iPhone 4S and iOS 5, then don't get it. Oh, and a simple search would have answered this question very fast. Don't clog up the posts feed and new posts section with redundant threads and questions that have already been answered.
no one knows for sure. Probably in 8-12 weeks.
I would say before the year is out, hopefully around Thanksgiving, but that's just going by past releases and it all depends on many factors.
By the times out there will be another update they have to jailbreak.
Matthew 24:36 But of that day and hour knoweth no man, no, not the angels of heaven, but my Father only.
This forum would be so much better if the newbs couldn't post. They don't bother to read a @$%@#$%!#$% thing, so why does it matter that they can start new threads anyway?
totally agree. Newbies should have a grace period (#s of months after register) before they can post. By doing this, they have time to read, read and read before they can post.
Also, this will prevent scammers signing up and immediately posting the link to their sale site.
the jailbreak community sure is quiet w/ this one.
i dont think the word "jailbreak" has been in anyones tweet along with "4s" since the phone was announced.
There are usually a few references that they are at least working on something.
Right?! Make them have a required 30 posts and a monthlong account.
LOL, my first thread was pretty stupid and didn't go over well. Would have been a good thing if I had some time in the forum before I could start my own thread.
Maybe someone should suggest that to Arn.
Maybe, we should put us in the shoes of newbies. Here is the situation;
1. Phone is not working, he/she is freaking.
2. Does he/she taking time to read, read and find out the solution or register, then post in hoping to get answer/solution right away.
My guess the answer would be sign up, post the new thread immediately in hoping to get answer immediately.
Yeah.. I just started posting again and was going through my old threads from over 3 years ago and boy was I really stupid and immature.
relax, it's the internet, if you don't like reading these types of posts, don't go on internet forums, especially one dedicated to a specific product. You're stupider than you think these posters are if you think you can come to a forum like this one and not expect to read the same question or news story 10+ times, that's on you bro.
We shouldn't have to expect that. They should be competent enough to learn how to search something. Besides, they might not even have to search, while in the "iOS 5," "iPhone," "iPhone Hacks," section about to post a thread like this there are more than likely already tons of threads asking this. Hell, you don't even have to search MR, a simple YouTube or Google search of "iOS 5 untethered jailbreak," "iPhone 4S jailbreak," etc, would easily answer the question. I'd rather see interesting threads in the forum spy and new posts section than a thread that I already saw and possibly answered to less than ten minutes beforehand.
[Edit] I think you're just butt hurt you posted a similar thread and didn't get a response.[/edit]
I've been in that situation and have still had the common sense to use the search function. Posting in an appropriate existing thread is the next step. Creating a new thread is a last resort.
agreed - i think one should have at least 100 threads, and a hundread active searches before one can start a thread