All the iPad 2 owners can now jailbreak their tablets and do whatever they dreamed of, all thanks to JailbreakMe 3.0. JailbreakMe 3.0 allows you to perform an untethered jailbreak of your iPad 2 and is reportedly working well on iPads running 4.3.3.
Jailbreaking your iPad 2 is really simple, head over to JailbreakMe.com and then follow the step by step instructions and thats it your tablet is now free from clutches of Apple.
According to news JailbreakMe 3.0 works on every iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPod Touch 3G and 4G running on the latest iOS 4.3.3 plus the CDMA iPhone 4 running on the latest iOS 4.2.8.
If you have jailbroken your iPad 2 or have any queries share it with us.
A good news for all the Apple iPhone fans, Apple has started to sell factory unlocked iPhone 4 at their US online store.
“Unlocked” simply means that a mobile phone is not bound to any particular carrier. In India, customers buy an Unlocked phone and easily switch between carriers by simply replacing the SIM card. Though in the U.S., the mobile phones are not sold separately they are always tied to a carrier.
The 16 GB iPhone 4 will cost US$649, while the 32 GB model will retail for $749, which is higher than it should actually retail but is cheaper than its jail broken counterparts being sold in India. A unlocked iPhone 4 used to cost around INR 40,000 in India which is quite higher than $649. So this step by Apple will prove to be a boon for international buyers.
Apple is always unfair towards India when it comes to iPhone, the world is expecting the launch of 5th generation iPhone, India is officially getting its hand on 4th generation iPhone the “iPhone 4″. The iPhone is the only Apple product now left that isn’t on time as even the iPad 2 and the new line of Mac have reached India.
Telecom operators, Airtel and Aircel will officially launch the iPhone 4 in India on the 27th May, 2011. The iPhone 4 will be made available in both the postpaid and prepaid subscription plans. The 16GB version of the iPhone will cost INR 34, 500, whereas the 32GB version will cost INR 40, 900.
Airtel hasn’t given any word regarding the plans or the launch, but is soon expected to. To view Aircel’s Postpaid and Prepaid subscription plans Click Here.
The release states that “Following an upfront payment of Rs. 34,500 for the 16GB model and Rs. 40,900 for the 32GB model, customers will have the opportunity to recover 100 percent of their upfront iPhone cost in monthly credits on their service plan over a period of 24 months”.
We will keep you updated with any further news.