As part of efforts to provide a jailbreak for iPhone OS 4, the DevTeam releases Redsn0w 0.9.5 beta version for developers only.
It will not take long to see the arrival of the first informal announcements regarding the possibility of unlocking the iPhone and iPod Touch using the future iPhone OS 4.0. Since the availability of the developer version from Apple, the actors in this little game of cat and mouse have been quick to promise release platform (Jailbreak) when it is officially available to the general public, to install applications not approved by Apple, and use the terminals for purposes not provided by Apple.
And initially, they are the developers of alternative applications to the App Store that are involved. The DevTeam, one of the groups working to jailbreak the iPhone, has made available Redsn0w 0.9.5 tool to enable them to begin to update or develop applications that are compatible with iPhone OS 4, but find a place on other download portals than that of the App Store.
The team strongly discourages the installation by users lambda as the tool is supplied in beta and many applications do not work jailbroken after application. It is precisely to allow developers to update their software it is proposed now.
It must also maintain a real code developer to enable Redsn0w 0.9.5 beta and the tool is only available on Mac OS X.