It was only a couple of days ago that we learned Comex would indeed be working on JailbreakMe 3.0 and it would allow all of the iEnthusiasts in the audience to jailbreak their iPad 2 tablets through the browser-based solution. Now the JailbreakMe website is live and operational… sort of.
If you make your way over to JailbreakMe.com, you’ll see a website that looks broken, but it is live. At the top of the page, Comex lets us know that “it’s been far too long,” presumably telling us that he’s as anxious as anyone to start jailbreaking iOS devices through a website again.
But if you look at the background, it’s actually like a microblog. Everything there is posted in reverse chronological order, almost like a brief journal. We get these glimmers of insight into Comex’s process of developing JailbreakMe 3.0 like “add missing files” and “well, wait a sec.” They’re not exactly telling, but they do seem to indicate that the jailbreaking will commence very soon.
Yes, it’s been far too long.