Fresh news about iOS 7 untethered jailbreak came from well-known hacker again. On Friday, a representative of the jailbreak community P0sixninja announced that he has the necessary tools to create a new exploit. Many wondered, would the attacker use the vulnerability he found to jailbreak iOS 6.1.3 or wait for iOS 7 release. Apparently, P0sixninja chose the second option. Last week, Apple released an update to iOS 6.1.3, which eliminated three of the five vulnerabilities that are required for jailbreak utility Evasi0n. In other words, users of iPhone, iPod touch and iPad on the new firmware is completely cut off from the informal application store Cydia.
Lats night P0sixninja confirmed ability to release iOS 6.1.3 untethered jailbreak. Apple developers has released iOS 6.1.3 firmware update and closed the vulnerability used by hackers to jailbreak iOS 6.x. Apple expressed gratitude for the kind of search for “holes” in the protection of operating systems in the list of security changes. There you can see even the team name – evad3rs. Many think that Cupertino company put a cross untethered iOS 6.1.3 jailbreak. But the famous hacker p0sixninja, member of Chronic Dev Team, said that he found enough new vulnerabilities in iOS 6 to create new tools.
The new firmware v6.1.3 is released for iPhone users, and a lot of you might wonder whether it is possible to jailbreak iOS 6.1.3 since evasi0n exploit doesn’t support this operating system. There is a solution for pre-A5 iPhone owners. They can perform the jailbreak using Redsn0w.
The launch of the new iOS was followed by evasi0n 1.4 update release which made iOS 6.1.2 untethered jailbreak possible. Now you can easily upgrade to the latest firmware version and follow this iOS 6.1.2 untethered jailbreak guide to free your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch from restrictions set by Apple. Don’t expect any new options with the firmware update as it was launch to fix WiFi problems in iOS 6 and not bring interesting features. Even though our instruction is meant for Mac users, people with other computing OS can also perform the steps below to jailbreak iPhone, iPad and iPod touch using evasi0n 1.4 exploit.
Apple seeded its fifth beta of iOS 6.1 to developers on Saturday. Even though it happened recently you can already jailbreak iOS 6.1 beta 5 devices, particular models of iPhone and iPod touch. Not everyone can perform this jailbreak so you must first be sure 100% that you are eligible. So what requirements should you meet? You should really want to jailbreak your gadget and you should understand that this process is tethered [in other words it requires tethered boot on every reboot]. Or you can wait for iOS 6.1 untethered jailbreak from evad3rs team.
Today hacker Planetbeing was reported on Twitter that he was working on some Pod2g’s new project. But many iUsers think it is about the development of jailbreak for iOS 6.1 untethered. Recently known developer Planetbeing has reported that he and pod2g made a great progress and “I think now I can take a nap.”
Finally, after so many thoughts and predictions on the possibility of iOS 6.0.1 jailbreaking, famous hacker Planetbeing gives a bit more insight on what is happening with iPhone 5 iOS 6.0.2 untethered jailbreak.
So many people wonder when we all finally see the iOS 6.0.1 untethered jailbreak status for iPhone and iPad. The jailbreaking community has said a lot about this utility being developed and about Apple protecting its latest firmware from hacking. Still you might like to read a full analysis of iOS 6.0.1 untethered jailbreak update and here it comes.
There is still no jailbreaking solution for iOS 6.0 / 6.0.1 but many folks are wondering about iOS 6.1 jailbreak and its future possibilities. Well, I got bad news from i0n1c about iOS 6.1 jailbreak status. A week ago Apple has rolled out another test, the fourth beta version of the operating system iOS 6.1 for developers. But if you have not developer account you can download iOS 6.1 beta 4 using direct links. This is the last beta version for developers officially released by the company before public iOS 6.1 release somewhere in January.
After several years of silence, Stefan Esser, known on the web under the name i0n1c, decided to come back to jailbreak untethered iOS 6 on iPhone and iPad. Just recently hacker has written that in the coming days he will make a few posts about the vulnerabilities in iOS 6. You may know that there are many iOS 6 exploits like in Safari that hackers can use for different things.