Just the the new iPad that was jailbroken on day one by MuscleNerd. It's now the iPhone 5's turn to be jailbroken, and it just happens to be on day one as well. iOS hacker & Cydia developer, Grant Paul (also known as Chpwn) tweeted a photo of Cydia on his springboard. Earlier today, Chronic-Dev team founder Will Strafach tweeted a photo of what appears to be a jailbroken iPhone 6th generation as well. Or this may just be a glitch. Hmmm as he said. Last night, Grant also tweeted that he's "practicing for tomorrow" by sharing a photo of Cydia on his iPhone 5th generation (4S) running the newly released iOS 6. We will know more as time permits. For now: no ETA (estimated time of arrival). Hit the images for their respective sources. Perhaps, the iPhone 5 hasn't been jailbroken and perhaps Grant just complied Cydia with xCode and transferred it to his iPhone 5. Like the iPad 3's jailbreak, this is just preliminary progress. More photos from Chpwn, with the Cydia homepage up and running. For those unfamiliar with jailbreaking. Jailbreaking is the act of exploiting bugs in software and/or hardware to override Apple's restrictions. Jailbreaking an iPad, iPhone and iPod allows for the ability to install third party applications from Cydia. This is another App Store. What’s on this new App Store? Frankly, a little bit of everything. From themes to apps to help you install said themes, to widgets, there’s definitely variety in Cydia. For those with an iPod touch 4G, iPhone 3GS or iPhone 4 (CDMA & GSM) running iOS 6 you can jailbreak it now with a tethered jailbreak here.