The jailbreak scene is a big one and, although Apple closed down the Evasi0n jailbreak with 6.1.3, it is expected that there will be an iOS 7 jailbreak tool released. The trouble with using the exploits the hackers have found on a jailbreak for 6.1.3/4 is that they cannot be used again in the future. It also forewarns Apple of what’s been found and gives them the opportunity to close the holes before they release iOS 7 to the public.
Unfortunately, the internet is littered with websites that claim to have an iOS 6.1.3 and 6.1.4 untethered jailbreak tool. Right now, the only devices that can be jailbroken on this firmware are the iPhone 4, 3GS and the iPod Touch 4G, and that’s only by using redsn0w. For those of you that have one of these devices on 6.1.3, you can use our tutorial to jailbreak it safely, albeit tethered. For any other device, if you haven’t upgraded to 6.1.3, don’t. If you have, or you have bought a new device that is running on a firmware above 6.1.2, you will have to wait for the jailbreak iOS 7 tool to be released.
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If you are trawling the internet and you fin sites that claim to be able to jailbreak your device on these firmwares, don’t go and download it without first checking the evasi0n website. This will confirm if there is such a tool available or not. Most of the tools that claim to be able to carry out the jailbreak are simply existing ones that have been repackaged. These will not work on anything above iOS 6.1.2 and, more often than not, they are released for either malicious purposes or to turn a profit.
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The main people behind the iOS 7 jailbreak are evad3rs and P0sixninja so, if their names don’t appear on any of these websites, it isn’t a genuine jailbreak tool. And, to be honest, when the new jailbreak is released, it will not be silently. The developers instill a great deal of time and effort into building these tools and they want us all to know about it.