The new Wi-Fi only 32nm iPad 2,4 can now be jailbroken
The Chronic Dev Team has released an update to its Absinthe tool to support the untethering jailbreak of the new iPad2,4
The proud users of the new iPad 2,4 (The revamped model that includes only WiFi, 32nm chip and more battery time) are now able to jailbreak they 5.1.1 devices in an untethered way thanks to the recent update of the Absinthe tool (2.0.4) that the Chronic Dev Team has released today.
According to Redmonpie:
Download links for Windows and Mac here.With a new update of Absinthe and Rocky Racoon being officially pushed out, it looks like the number of jailbroken devices is set to rise as the tool now includes support for the Apple iPad2,4 model, which is a late Wi-Fi only version of the iPad 2. A previous release of Absinthe, version 2.0.2, also brought support for the new iOS 5.1.1 9B208 build which Apple bizarrely released for the GSM iPhone 4. For those who have been keeping abreast of the Absinthe development since the launch of 2.0, it is obvious that those involved have been working tirelessly to offer as much support as possible.
NEWS SOURCE: Absinthe 2.0.4 and Rocky Racoon v1.0-3 brings support for iPad24 (via) RedMondPie
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