iPhone developer team has churned out new version of Redsn0w / Redsnow to allow you to do untethered jailbreak on the iPhone 3GS, and iPhone 4. This guide is different from the one that I wrote few days back (iPhone 4.3.3 tethered jailbreak) as this one does untethered jailbreak which means you would not have to jailbreak your device again after every reboot. Ready? Follow this guide carefully.
Apple has already patched the location vulnerability in the iPhone 4.3.3 firmware. For the jailbreak users, I have two news – one is good news and another is bad news. Good news is that it has already been jailbroken. Bad news is that it is tethered in nature which means that your iPhone will go into tethered state everytime you do a reboot. Still want to jailbreak? Read this guide!
Apple has rolled out iOS 4.3.3 for the AT&T iPhone (GSM) and iOS 4.2.8 for the Verizon iPhone (CDMA). This new update does not brings anything new to the table but it does patches the location bug prevalent in the iOS 4.x.
Dev Team has released newer version of redsnow that allows you to do untethered jailbreak on iOS 4.3.2. It is being said that it uses the same exploit as the one used in iOS 4.3.1. The jailbreak guide that we posted few days back (for mac and windows) is limited to tethered one. Also, those who rely on carrier unlock must not use RedSn0w. Infact, they should stay away from 4.3.2
It has been confirmed that Redsnow (RedSn0w) 0.9.6rc9 is compatible with the newly released iPhone 4.3.2. However, just like iPhone 4.3.2 pwnagetool Jailbreak, this one too is tethered in nature. RedSnow is available for both Windows and Mac platforms.
Apple has released iOS 4.3.2 for the iPhone 4 and Verizon iPhone (iPhone 4.2.7) and the good news is that it has already been jailbroken. However, it is tethered jailbreak for now. This mean that your iPhone will boot into jailbroken state everytime you do a soft reset or reboot. Okay, here are the step by step instructions on how to jailbreak your iPhone 4.3.2 using PwnageTool.