No jailbreaking on iOS 5 28 June 2011Posted by computeraholic in Uncategorized.
With iOS 5, Apple would resume the race against the jailbreaking
Since the announcement of iOS 5, some wonder if Apple surprises at the level of the jailbreaking. For now, the first two betas were unable to resist the onslaught of developers focused on the issue, and the continuous jailbreaking. However, various elements present in the system suggest that he in may not be always same.
Two elements will come largely complicate the task of the jailbreak if one believes the team of the Dev Team blog. First, restoring to an older version of the operating system no longer feasible, back just allows to test a new version and, if no jailbreak is possible to go back. If you do a full backup, it will probably not aid if Apple enables this protection.
Several elements of iOS start-up would be so designed to verify the authenticity of the APTicket, was generated uniquely for each restoration of the system. Is not therefore a question of which version of the firmware and number ECID,