According to this article, you CAN jailbreak iOS 5 but it's only a tethered jailbreak.Leaving palm pre's. Good OS but **** built phones.
I got 1 4S 16GB today. Monday picking up a 64gb & a 32gb
I have a quick question for long time iPhone users.
I need, I want & I need, and want it to be jailbroken with tethering.
I just wanted to get some reassurance that the 4S (Sprint) CAN and will be ABLE to be jailbroken.
From past experience how long does it usually take until something comes out on how to do it?
I just want to make sure if its not capable of being jailbroken with teathering I can return them within the 14 day policy.
I know it might take longer than 14 days for it to be done but just wanted to make sure it CAN and will be ABLE to be jailbroken.
I haven't, but I'm just outside of Seattle, where the network is really strong.Any Sprint owners have 3G problems with their iPhone 4s? http://www.macrumors.com/2011/10/15/sprint-iphone-users-complaining-of-slow-3g-data-speeds/
my girlfriend is getting her 4S next week, sprint 3G speed sucks here already, hope it doesn't affect her otherwise I'm gonna have to hear about it.Any Sprint owners have 3G problems with their iPhone 4s? http://www.macrumors.com/2011/10/15/sprint-iphone-users-complaining-of-slow-3g-data-speeds/