You can't do much besides noodle around with the command line (yet), but Pwnage Tool 4.1 lets you jailbreak the new Apple TV, as well as your other iOS devices. Knowing how quickly the jailbreak community works, you'll probably be able to customize the UI by the end of the week and watch season 2 of Freaks and Geeks…
Updated to iOS4 and need to jailbreak your 3GS? First Redsn0w, and now PwnageTool give you the power. Here's a simple how-to guide to get you started. The caveat: this isn't an official release, so there may be some bugs that could damage your phone or delete some data. So proceed with caution! [Redmond Pie]
After the developers' release of iOS4 was cracked earlier this month, the same team has pulled their finger out and released PwnageTool 4.01 for iPhone 3GS, iPhone 3G and the second-gen iPod Touch.
A Gold Master release of iOS 4 (née iPhone OS) was seeded to developers yesterday. And the next iPhone's software has been surprisingly accommodating to jailbreakers' attempts to crack it wide open.
We knew this was coming, but it's good to know that hackers can still get into the iPhone OS so easily: PwnageTool for Mac OS X is now available for iPhone OS 3.0. Here are the details. [Updated]
Lots of us have been using the iPhone 3.0 beta full-time. Now we're rolling back, because it is decidedly NOT ready. Here's how to downgrade back to 2.2.1 if you are in a similar predicament.
The latest version of the iPhone jailbreak/unlock utility PwnageTool is available now, and includes both Cydia and Installer 4 beta. You still can't unlock your iPhone 3G with this, but you can jailbreak it to use apps that aren't purchased from the official iTunes Store. Yeah, you know what to do by now. Go grab it. […