iPhone Jailbreak 1.1.3

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Looks like our set of Native iPhone Apps articles are relevant again for a whole swath of people, as it looks like version 1.1.3 has not only been Jailbroken, but that Jailbreak is now live for both Windows and Mac. This comes after some drama yesterday regarding whether or not the impending Jailbreak release was some sort of prank. The Unofficial Apple Weblog, as is often does, had the last word and said they knew it was coming, and come it did.

So, 1.1.3'ers, will you be (re)Jailbreaking your iPhone?

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Dieter Bohn

Dieter Bohn is former editor-in-chief of Smartphone Experts, writing across iMore, Windows Phone Central, Android Central, and more. You can find him on Twitter (and everywhere else) @backlon.

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iPhone Jailbreak 1.1.3


Waiting to hear how/if this works on unlocked phones running on other carriers (legit German unlocks, of course, not desperate unloved Canadians resorting to whatever they can for some iPhony goodness...)

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