Well that was quick as ever. The always-punctual iPhone Dev Team's already jailbroken (tethered) iOS 5, which has only been live a few hours, for the iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPad and iPod touch.
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The iPhone Dev-Team's Redsn0w has been updated for Mac-tethering-only iPhone 4, 3GS, iPad and iPod Touch jailbreaking. RedmondPie's tried it out and found it works fine, but does warn not to use Redsn0w if you're using a carrier unlock.
It's not even been a full day since iOS 4.3.3 dropped, and the javelin of jailbreak has been hurled through its chest, leaving a gaping, dripping cavity of free apps and whatnot. Thanks, Redsn0w!
Compatible with iOS devices running Cydia, Redsn0w 0.9.6b4 has been released by the iPhone Dev Team, following their 0.9.6b3 release over the weekend. Devices must be tethered to a Mac or PC for the process to work.
Firmware updates are always alarming for a jailbreaking enthusiast—who knows if it'll ruin all the hard work that's gone into the unlocked device? But iPhone users don't have to worry, since 3.0.1 is no less hackable than 3.0.