We’re all very anxious for iPad 2 jailbreak release and all we’ve seen up till now has been a fake iPad 2 jailbreak. It was previously speculated that Stefen Esser a.k.a @i0n1c had an iPad 2 jailbreak exploit, which he denied. However, now the rumors resurface once again as he purchased the elevat0r.com domain.
Stefan Esser is the man behind iOS 4.3.1, 4.3.2 and 4.3.3 untethered jailbreak exploits. The reason iPad 2 cannot be jailbroken is because the A5 is not vulnerable to the Limera1n jailbreak exploit developed by Geohot. Previously, regarding the elevator, i0n1c claimed that the term “elevator” which he was using much too often did not relate to an iPad 2 jailbreak, rather he really was having troubles with the elevator of where he lives.
In the iPad 2 jailbreak game, we’ve seen @p0sixninja of the Chronic Dev Team challenge hacking maestro Geohot to dump the A5 bootrom faster than he can. A recent development indicates that Chronic Team iPad 2 jailbreak, which is not going to be called Greenpois0n, is only three weeks away.
If you head over to elevat0r.com at the moment, it will show pictures submitted by a score of people whose iPad 2 units are waiting for an elevator. The website reads:
Is an elevator arriving soon?
This website is dedicated to all those iPad 2 that are waiting for an elevator…
If your iPad 2 is waiting for an elevator don’t hesitate to share a photo of it with the rest of the world.
Our reason to believe that elevat0r could possibly be an iPad 2 jailbreak? Well first, the fact that elevat0r has an “0″ instead of the letter “o” points to the obvious fact that this is jailbreak related, (hint: redsn0w, sn0wbreeze, ih8sn0w, ultrasn0w, greenpois0n).
There’s a possibility that this could be a prank after all, because there’s a disclaimer at the end of the page:
DISCLAIMER: This website is not about an iPad 2 jailbreak, it is about photos of waiting iPad 2 only.
As of now, we can’t be sure what elevat0r is all about. We hope that it really is an iPad 2 jailbreak. Who knows, the man behind a three-in-a-row untethered exploit may possibly have discovered an iPad 2 jailbreak exploit.
Keep checking in with us, here at ChipHazard.com, to get the latest updates on iPad 2 jailbreak.