Monday, October 15, 2007

3rd-party apps for iPod Touch is now an easy task

When Apple released the 1.1.1 firmware, 3rd-party apps stopped working for the iPhone and iPod Touch. Even though some hackers were then abble to find a solution for this, it was still quite a geek move as it needed quite a lot of expertise to get it up and running.

Now, a 13-year-old hacker has developed iJailBreak, an automated program that would let you run third-party applications on an iPod Touch without having to take a computer science class.

However, some limitations apply. As posted on a thread in MacRumors Forum, it only works for iPod Touch (no luck for iPhone users) and only for Intel-based Mac's users.

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