Last Friday, Apple released iOS 4.3.4, a new version of iOS specifically designed to patch the PDF exploit used by Comex to launch JailbreakMe 3.0 about two weeks ago. Less than 12 hours after the release of iOS 4.3.4, a new jailbreak surfaced, but this time around, users will need to use updated versions of either PwnageTool or redsn0w to jailbreak their device, as 4.3.4 disabled JailbreakMe. Note that unlike JailbreakMe 3.0, the new jailbreak is tethered, and is not compatible with the iPad 2. As always, even though jailbreaking is considered legal, keep in mind that Apple sees it as a warranty-voiding act, so do it at your own risk. Please do not use jailbreaks to install copyrighted/paid content you haven’t purchased yourself.