But jailbreakers haven’t skipped a beat since the beta version of iOS 5 rolled out last Monday. Within 24 hours of the release, jailbreak software was updated to support the new firmware. Now you can add Sn0wbreeze to that list of iOS 5 compatible tools…
As with the RedSn0w update, the Sn0wbreeze jailbreak for iOS 5 beta is only available in tethered form. This means you’ll need to be by a computer during reboots, as you’ll essentially have to re-jailbreak each time the device restarts.
This shouldn’t be too big of deal for the time being though, since the only ones who are supposed to have copies of iOS 5 are developers (and even they’re not really supposed to be using it on their main device).
But nevertheless, folks who are running the beta and are looking for a way to jailbreak it, check out Sn0wbreeze. The easy to use software works with all iOS 5 compatible devices, except the iPad 2 of course, and enables you to play with new tweaks like UISettings.