iPhone 5 Jailbreak To Arrive Soon, First Details Unveiled


iPhone 5 Jailbreak To Arrive Soon, First Details Unveiled

Apple is not seeing the iPhone 5 jailbreak with good eyes, but the solution provides a lot of new options when it comes to the customization of the iPhone, with new apps (some of them that didn’t make it to the App Store), and tweaks that bring a more user-friendly experience on the iOS.

Chronic Dev has shared a picture of his withe iPhone 5 that is on the verge of being jailbroken, or at least that’s what the developer claims. Those of you familiar to the previous jailbreak solutions can easily see that there are a lot of unapproved widgets in the Notification Center of the with iPhone 5 pictured above, the device belonging to Chronic Dev.

Many of the hackers that developed jailbreak solutions for previous iOS versions claim that making the jailbreak possible for the new iPhone 5 is like a “puzzle,” because Apple created the device and the operating system to close all the doors to the hackers trying to find an exploit. Even though there is no iPhone 5 jailbreak solution currently, the picture above gives as hope that it will become available soon.

Usually, the hardest part about the jailbreak process is implementing the solution itself. Anyway there are on additional details about the progress of the iPhone 5 jailbreak. Rumor has it that a stable iPhone 5 jailbreak solution does exist, but it lacks some important features. Of course, there is no word about what features have not been implemented.

I remind you that the iPhone 5 was announced in September and that it became the fastest-selling smartphone in the world, Apple reporting that 5 million units were shipped in the first weekend prior to the market debut.

The latest Apple smartphone comes with a dual-core 1.2 GHz A6 processor helped by PowerVR SGX 543MP3 with tri-core graphics, 1 GB of RAM and 16, 32 or 64 GB of internal storage. iPhone 5 also comes with an 8 megapixel camera with simultaneous HD video and image recording, touch focus, geo-tagging, face detection, panorama, BSI sensor and full HD video recording support. The front-facing 1.2 megapixel camera can underpin HD FaceTime video calls.

The iPhone 5 is the first smartphone manufactured by the Cupertino-based company that is compatible with the 4G LTE networks, providing download speeds of up to 100 Mbps.

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