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The Absinthe 2.0 jailbreak for iOS 5.1.1 was released Friday on the Greenpois0n website. This is less than a month after iOS 5.1.1 was released, on May 7. With Absinthe 2.0, iPhone users will be able to use the latest version of iOS while keeping the phone open to applications outside Apple's official App Store. However, the act of jailbreaking an iPhone doesn't seem to be as widely discussed as it was in iPhone's earlier days. Are fewer users jailbreaking their phones, or are they just talking about it less?
Absinthe distributed 1.1M copies of its latest JB software in the first three days after release, or 255 per minute. Assuming that Enderle spent 10 mm in the interview referenced here, they distributed 2550 copies while he was saying that no one jailbreaks anymore. He is almost always 180* wrong. Don't reporters know this? If not, why are they reporters?