iPad 2 and iOS 4.3 state of the Jailbreak

Will I be able to Jailbreak iPad 2 running iOS 4.3 when it launches? Thats a question on a lot of user's minds. We already know the jailbreak community is working towards an iOS 4.3 jailbreak. What we "do" know is that a tool won't go official until iOS 4.3 is out of beta and in the hands of consumers. Most of the reason behind this is so Apple doesn't patch it in a last minute update.

Where the iPad 2 is concerned, it's anyone's guess whether or not the solution they're currently working towards will definitely jailbreak the iPad 2. According to @p0sixninja, one of the main contributors of greenpois0n, they are hoping the SHAtter exploit will still be a viable solution on the iPad 2 as well.

While we wait for a definitive answer, check out our massive jailbreak guide and mingle with other fellow jailbreakers in waiting over in our TiPb jailbreak forums.

Allyson Kazmucha

Help and how to editor for iMore. I can take apart an iPhone in less than 6 minutes. I also like coffee and Harry Potter more than anyone really should.

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I found too many bugs in JB software for the original iPad (4.2) so I gave up on it and restored. Too little RAM on the iPad to cope as well. I'll try again in a few months if 4.3 gets cracked.

I really hope they save SHAtter for the iPhone 5. The A5 sounds so nice but I won't be able to get an iPhone 5 before it's jailbroken. I left jailbreak when I switched from a 3G to the 4 I have now. It was a horrible experience aside from the new speed I had.

While I find jailbreaking on my iphone invaluable (largely for MyWi, SB Settings, Folder Enhancer and, to a lesser extent Winterboard), I don't find many compelling reasons to JB the Ipad.

So iOS 4.3 looks extremely attractive to me from a feature set point-of-view, but, naturally, I don't want to lose my jailbreak. Will there be a solution to jailbreak iOS 4.3 for iPhone 4 and iPad (1st gen.) pretty much upon release? I keep reading vastly different stories on the subjects and just want a bit of clarification, if that's possible please?
Thanks!

With all of these tweaks though, could it cause some problems? Could the system move slower? What would happen?

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