Hurry up, backup your SHSH blobs of iOS 4.1 for your iPhone, iPod touch and iPad, as Apple has just announced that it already has the fix of the daylight savings bug in its alarm clock application for iPhones that causes recurring alarms to go off an hour early, the fix will be available in the upcoming software update.
Apple: We’re aware of this issue and already developed a fix which will be available to customers in an upcoming software update.
It makes sense that Apple will fix Comex’s untethered hack. What that mean limera1n will be tethered jailbreak. Remember JailbreakMe, it has been released 1st August, after 10 days Apple released iOS 4.0.2 and 3.2.2 to fix the JailbreakMe PDF exploit, it was exactly on 11th August. So if we apply the same scenario, we will expect that Apple will roll out its new firmware may be iOS 4.1.1 and 3.2.3 on next Thursday 19th October.
So we highly recommend to save your SHSH blobs of iOS 4.1 for your iPhone, iPod touch and iPad, as soon as possible, you can follow our guide posted here. Feel free to discuss any problems in our comments section. [via ZDnet]
UPDATE 1: Dev-team has just sent new blog post update to remind you to save SHSH hashed for iOS 4.1 before the official release of iOS 4.1.1 from Apple to keep your limera1n jailbreak untethered.
Because the “untethered” part of this jailbreak comes from a userland hack from @comex, you should still backup your SHSH hashes for 4.1. Do this by either letting Cydia keep them (“make my life easier”), or using Tiny Umbrella. This way you can always come back to an untethered, jailbreakable 4.1 on your devices after Apple has closed their 4.1 signing window (they’ll close the 4.1 window once they push out their next firmware version). If you fail to do this and ever need to restore to 4.1 again, you can still jailbreak but it will be a tethered JB (you’ll need to connect to your computer to finish the booting process, each and every time).
And remember: you can backup your 4.1 SHSH hashes without even being at 4.1 or even being jailbroken, by using Tiny Umbrella