The web-based jailbreak has been something that Apple has been fighting for quite some time. The service, which is called jailbreak.com, is one that allowed users to jailbreak your iPhone 4 directly from the web, without having to do any hardware or software updates their stuff. This is something that Apple is really fought against whom the very beginning, because it allows users to download apps for free which definitely cuts into their profit margins. You would think that they would try and find a way to stop jailbreak in, but after courts ruled the jail breaking a device that you purchased is completely legal, Apple has had to take a backseat in allowing things to happen instead, opting to increase their security for their devices to keep this from happening.
Although the service is not working for quite some time, they have just relaunched and are allowing users to use their service straight in Safari, the web browser for iOS devices, following the on-screen instructions and jailbreak in your phones. Within just a few seconds you will be able to have a completely open device.
This is the first widely available tool that will allow for users to jailbreak your iPAQ to without having to do some heavy-duty coating themselves. Tablet owners will be excited to find that they now have this option available to them as well. The service will also allow for other IOS devices including the Apple TV device, the Apple I., the Apple iPhone 3GS, the GSM unlocked iPhone 4, and other devices that they currently have available. It will be interesting to see if Apple fights back against the jail breaking for the new devices, but they have come up short in the past.