During the period of the last jailbreak’s development, there was a division in the iOS jailbreak over regardless of whether Pod2g should to produce jailbeak for iOS 5.1 firmware or — iOS 6 Jailbreak.
Today we are happy with our jailbroken devices on newest Apple iOS 5.1.1 firmware and A5 / A5X devices, thanks to Chronic Dev Team and Pod2g’s exploits.
Chronic Dev Team — developers of the Absinthe V2.0 jailbreaking software, today has reported about their big success in the jailbreak world, more than 1 million devices are running Cydia thanks to the Absinthe 2.0 Jailbreak tool. According to a short article from the Dev Team, below is posted the amount of iOS 5.1.1 jailbroken devices:
Here’s a quick breakdown of how many A5 owners have jailbroken their devices since Friday morning. The numbers as of Monday afternoon are:
- 491,325 new iPhone4,1 devices
- 308,967 new iPad2 devices
- 152,940 previously jailbroken (at 4.x) iPad2 devices
Total: 953,232 new A5 jailbreaks in a little over 3 days
The reason these numbers can be so precise is that one of the housekeeping activities that happens when you launch Cydia is a query to @saurik’s server for the list of available SHSH blobs. (Even if you have none on file, the query is still made).
|1Million Jailbroken devices with Absinthe 2.0|
That impression is something that’s been shown by the official Cydia repositories — BigBoss repo manager claiming that their repo was transferring more than 1 Gbit of data per second throughout ten hosts since the release of Absinthe 2.0.
I am very happy to help you guys contribute to that big number, so thank you for following UnlockBoot!