This is a discussion on Official iPad3 Jailbreak Thread within the iPad Hacking forums, part of the Apple iPad Discussions category; Originally Posted by sandisk I just bought my iPad but I still dont understand why most people are jailbreaking the iPad. Even the salesman at ...
So I have looked around a little and haven't really seen anything. Are we able to update to 5.1.1 or should we still wait? I have been following somewhat, and know pod2g states he has it working for 5.1.1
My recommendation is to wait - do not upgrade to iOS 5.1.1. The news may be that the iOS can be jail broken but, as a general rule of thumb, it is best to stay with the iOS you are in until a jail break is actually released.
That's not to say that you can't upgrade, but, to be on the safe side, I'd wait. Until the jail break is released, it's all conjecture and rumors.
I'll give people the benefit of the doubt. I don't think he realizes that the insinuation is that jailbreakers are thieves. There is a real lack of knowledge out there and I hope people do learn from this thread. It's not for everyone just due to the added complexity.Originally Posted by pego99
Is new ipad jailbreak released or not?
When i search in google lot of sites saying untethered jailbreak available for new ipad 5.1.1 but i dont see. Anything here.
NopeOriginally Posted by Vishal
So if you are going to return it for a warranty issue just make sure that the os restored to original or is unloadable. Seems easy enough.Originally Posted by pianoman
I can see why apple would not want to deal with problems introduced by modifications to the os. People would be calling them all the time to fix stupid issues they introduced themselves.
In no way can jailbreak affect your warranty permanently.
But your warranty is instantly restored when you press restore in iTunes. We don't talk about it because there is no problem. It is not a lack of knowledge on my part it is a complete and accurate understanding of the facts.Originally Posted by pianoman
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iTunes restore, how could any Apple rep ever know we were ever Jailbroken. So it's not that the restore "gets us our warranty" back - it doesn't. It "hides" our having played with their software. So we're really "getting away with" something warranty voiding. In the end - if you know how to restore your phone - the distinction I'm making is a moot point. But you used the term "warranty instantly restored" which is not technically an accurate statement.
Additionally a friend of mine that works for Apple tells me of new jailbreak detection tools they have. Apple would be foolish to try and clamp down on JBing too hard - but evidently it's now possible to detect a "once JBed" phone after its been restored.
Last edited by pianoman; 05-18-2012 at 08:24 PM.