iOS 4.3.2 untethered jailbreak (mostly) released

redsn0w 0.9.6rc13 is here and it brings with it the promise of an untethered Jailbreak for iOS 4.3.2 devices including iPhone 3GS, iPod touch 3 and 4, and iPad 1. iPhone 4 will be coming as soon as a fix is made, and iPad 2 is still waiting on a new exploit (yes, we're sad too.) According to the Dev-Team:

Only a few weeks after the 4.3.1 untether created by @i0n1c was released, Apple pushed out firmware 4.3.2. Thankfully, it appears Apple didn’t have a chance to fix the hole used by @i0n1c’s untether, so he ported his code over to 4.3.2’s kernel. Today’s redsn0w has been updated to include it.

Check out our complete iOS 4.3.2 untethered Jailbreak guide (updated from our 4.3.1 since the process is essentially unchanged) and if you need any help jump on into our Jailbreak Forum.

Are you apart of #teamjailbreak? Are you updating to 4.3.2 and giving the new redsn0w a try? Let us know how it works for you!

UPDATED: iPhone 4 (AT&T/GSM) is good to go!

redsn0w rc14 includes the fixed i4 untether from @i0n1c. You can re-run redsn0w rc14 right over the tethered rc13b to transform the i4 JB into an untethered one.

[Dev-Team, thanks @daveizzle!]