It is just hours since the latest version of iOS was made available for public download and we are already speaking of a jailbreak. Some hackers had revealed soon after the public release that an exploit for effectively jailbreaking the new iOS was possible. Now, in a more recent update, MuscleNerd, a habitual jailbreaker has confirmed that the new Bootrom based exploit appears to work not just on iPhone 4, but also on the iPad and iPod Touch 4G.
This means the iPhone Dev team should have already begun their task of jailbreaking the new iOS. Stay tuned here while we check out when this solution is made available for public download. Of course, if you care about things like iPhone warranty and phone safety, this bit of news is not for you.