iPad hackers all over the world are doing their best and utilizing all knowledge to have released a new jailbreak for the product within days of its launch. The program called Spirit allows you to jailbreak without the help of a computer connection.
The jailbreakon iPad can run and install third-party utilities and applications far beyond the selection in Apple’s App Store. A jailbroken device will allow sync over Wi-Fi, connect a Bluetooth GPS or mouse, and explore the entire iPad file structure. The jailbroken iPad is like an actual computer; you can tweak the interface and make modifications at the lowest levels.
Jailbreaking is like a double-edged sword; users could run unstable tools or even damage the device itself, although that’s highly unlikely. Remember that with your jailbroken iPad, Apple isn’t around to tell you what you can and can’t do with it–for better or for worse.
However, according to Apple, jailbreaking constitutes copyright infringement and a DMCA violation, and therefore illegal. Also, according to technical experts, jailbreaking can ruin your device that might lead to unpredictable behavior and random crashes.