Following a recent ruling by the Library of Congress’ Patent Office, an app which allows users to run non-Apple approved applications on iPhone 4 has been released. The app, called Jailbreakme 2.0 works for all iPhones and iPod touches operating iOS4, the app’s developers said.
However, some users are reporting issues such as losing FaceTime and messaging services and some iPad users are also experiencing problems, according to the BBC. This latest app can be installed using the iPhone’s Safari web browser, whereas previous Jailbreaking apps force users to be connected to a computer to install apps.
One developer sent out a post via Twitter stating while the app is exciting, the website to download the app is having difficulty keeping up with the high demand, so the page takes a long time to load.