Just last week, Apple rolled out the untethered jailbreak killer – iOS 4.3.4 for iPad. That jailbreak prevented the PDF exploit to take place that broke the jailbreakme jailbreak that was being used to jailbreak the iPad 2 running iOS 4.3.3. Now, another update that claims to fix a critical security issue has been made available – iOS 4.3.5. The issue, which the Apple calls "certificate verification" has now been resolved.
Just last week, we posted about the iOS 5 for iPad which is in beta 4 stage right now. It appeared that the successor of iOS 4.3.3 is going to be iOS 5, but Apple did not want the jailbreakers to enjoy in the Sun. They wanted to break the jailbreak. So, if you have a jailbreak device and you are still on iOS 4.3.3, stick to it until the jailbreak community releases an untethered jailbreak for iOS 5. Here are the direct download links for iPad and iPad 2: