According to a new report, the newly released Apple iOS4.3.2 have already been jailbroken, quite shockingly just within a week since its release last Thursday.
A report by the website Redmond Pie revealed that the barely one week old operating system was jailbroken successfully with the help of the custom PwnageTool bundle.
The website also gave an online demonstration of the jailbreaking method by providing a step-by-step “How to” guide.
Earlier on Thursday, Apple issued the latest version of its iOS operating system, the iOS 4.3.2 with the view of sorting out a few technical issues like the occasional glitches in the wireless 3G system amongst a few others.
The jailbreak in offer, as of now, is only a tethered jailbreak which means users will need to tether the iOS to their Mac every time there is a reboot.
Also, it supports only the iPhone4, the iPad and the 3rd and 4th generation iPod touch.
However, it is reported that the jailbreaks for the iPhone 3GS is also on its way, and will be available on the market pretty soon.
The iPad 2 users on the other hand are advised to stay away from the jailbreak for the moment.