As living in a country, were switching power off on non needed devices is quite common (to preserve the environment) - I was wondering if a static jailbreak (surviving a reboot/poweroff) is planned.
Note - for that for burning 1 Kg of coal equivalent, you get about 8,141 Watt hour of electricity (in an optimized environment).
So - for every apple TV that runs in Idling around (using 1.3W while idling), every ~6 hours of active duty, 1Kg of coal is being burned. I know it's not much compared to US standard in care combustion, however it's just the relation I'd like to state here.
The other issue is - that I don't have a laptop to tether the Apple TV2 - hence have to bring the entire equipment (Computer, screen, keyboard etc. to the location the apple TV 2 is, to tether it)....
So - when will we have a static jailbreak ? Any ETA ?