UnTethered Jailbreak 6.1.3 and 6.1.5 Tutorial Using P0sixspwnYesterday, following the beyond-exciting release of the iOS 7.0.4 Untethered Jailbreak evasi0n7 utility, a well-known hacker by the name of iH8sn0w pushed out a new UnTethered 6.1.3 through 6.1.5 jailbreak package. However, there’s catch – as of now, the new p0sixspwn jailbreak only supports A4-based devices and iPhone 3GS. That being said, the hacker recently updated his followers, informing them that he plans to release a full UnTethered utility for A5+ devices tomorrow, December 25th, 2013. For now though, if you own an iPod touch 4th generation, an iPhone 4 or an iPhone 3GS, you can proceed with this tutorial to achieve an UnTethered jailbreak immediately.
Jailbreak 6.1.3 Archive
Our Evasion Jailbreak 6.1.3 tutorials archive contains articles on how to jailbreak 6.1.3, as well as future versions of Evasi0n and other Jailbreak utilities for newer devices like the iPhone 5, IPhone 4S and iPad models.
Jailbreak 7.0.2 Development, UnTethered 6.1.3 Release TimeframeWith the somewhat recent news regarding the evad3rs having everything the dev team needs to complete the jailbreak 7.0.2 utility (which will likely include support for soon to be released iOS 7.0.3), the anticipation amongst jailbreak enthusiasts across the globe couldn’t be higher. The evad3rs are, without a doubt, working tirelessly on developing the next Untethered 7.0.2 jailbreak in somewhat of a “stealth mode,” as none of the members have publicized their recent progress. What of the iOS 6.1.3 and the potential jailbreak from a developer by the name of winocm that we detailed last month? It’s also in development, and with a general release timeframe!
How the 64-Bit A7 iPhone 5S will affect post 6.1.3 iOS 7 Jailbreak Development
Today, following the recent post 6.1.3 jailbreak iOS 7 updates from both planetbeing and pod2g of the evad3rs, the staff at Jailbreak Evasion iOS decided to answer a question our readers have started to ask more frequently: how will Apple’s new 64-bit A7 chip affect the development of an iOS 7.0 jailbreak? Like with every new chipset the company releases, the new A7 SoC (system on a chip) poses additional challenges for the developers on the jailbreak scene. Moreover, the fact that the A7 is built using 64-bit “desktop-class” architecture doesn’t make the task of developing a new iOS 7 jailbreak any easier.
iOS 7 Jailbreak 7.0 Post 6.1.3 Update, Pod2g’s Confident
Today, in a brief article following planetbeing’s post 6.1.3 jailbreak iOS 7 update from earlier this week, we’re bringing you, our readers, even more great news – straight from pod2g and pimseks (two of the four members of the evad3rs). After we informed you that none of the major developers on the jailbreak scene (save winocm) plan to release a utility to jailbreak 6.1.3, planetbeing issued an update to his followers that suggested significant progress has been made in the development of an upcoming iOS 7 Untethered jailbreak. Today, we have something to share that’s almost equally as reassuring.
Post 6.1.3 Jailbreak iOS 7 Utility Update From PlanetbeingYesterday was, without a doubt, one of the most exciting days for Apple enthusiasts in quite some time – Apple held their annual iPhone event where both the next-generation iPhone 5S and the slightly lower-cost iPhone 5C were unveiled for the first time. Although the staff at Jailbreak Evasion iOS could spend the entire article delving into every last detail of yesterday’s exciting news, we’ll focus on something equally as amazing, jailbreaking (post 6.1.3). If you’re interested in the 5S and 5C, we recommend watching iCrackUriDevice’s review video, which is embedded below. In spite of the fact that the major devs on the jailbreak scene are avoiding a 6.1.3 jailbreak, the next greatest thing is on the horizon: an UnTethered jailbreak for Apple’s upcoming iOS 7 firmware.
A New Jailbreak 6.1.3 Utility promised by winocm, iPhone 5S, iOS 7 EventTomorrow morning, September 10th, Apple will hold the company’s annual iPhone event where they are expected to unveil both the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C to the public. Additionally, Apple is expected to announce the release date for iOS 7 to the public tomorrow. Of course, that means instead of looking forward to a utility that will jailbreak 6.1.3, those who count themselves among the millions of jailbreak enthusiasts will turn to iOS7: the future of jailbreaking, which will be ushered in by none other than the evad3rs and/or p0sixninja (former leader of the Chronic Dev Team). However, earlier today, iCrackUriDevice published a rather interesting video concerning a potential 6.1.3 jailbreak solution.
Post iOS 7 Jailbreak 6.1.3 And 7.0 Utility, P0sixninja Enters Stealth Mode
Before getting into the latest intriguing jailbreak-related news from p0sixninja, the staff at Jailbreak Evasion iOS wanted to wish our readers a happy belated Labor Day. Over the weekend, famed iOS hacker and security expert p0sixninja sent a somewhat reassuring tweet to his followers pertaining to the next post 6.1.3 jailbreak utility for iOS 7. Although all prominent devs on the iOS scene have confirmed that they will not release a tool to jailbreak 6.1.3, p0sixninja remains adamant about developing the next UnTethered utility to jailbreak iOS 7.
Future Jailbreak 6.1.3 And iOS 7 Details, Evasion Site Change And More
Yesterday, following our exclusive posts regarding the iPhone 5C color options, the staff of Evasi0n Jailbreak 6.1.3 iOS decided to make a radical change to our site. We’ve changed homes on the World Wide Web – our readers can now visit us directly at JailbreakEvasioniOS.com. Of course, all previous domains we’ve operated under will continue to function and simply redirect to our new Jailbreak Evasion iOS URL. Additionally, we wanted to inform our readers that we’ve been working on collecting new and exciting information regarding both the upcoming iOS 7 Untethered jailbreak and the post-iOS 7 Jailbreak 6.1.3 solution.
iPhone 5C Leaked Rear Shell Hands-On Review Post iOS 6.1.3
Today, following our exclusive unboxing of five different iPhone 5C rear shells on Wednesday, the staff of Jailbreak Evasion, in collaboration with iCrackUriDevice, decided to provide an even closer look at Apple’s upcoming lower-cost iPhone. For those of you who aren’t up-to-date on the latest in the world of Apple, aside from the upcoming post-iOS 7 utility to jailbreak 6.1.3 on older devices, the iPhone 5C has been all the rage lately in the Apple news sector. Earlier, we provided our readers with a sneak peak at the upcoming lower-cost iPhone and today, we’re bringing our readers an in-depth look at five iPhone 5C rear enclosures – one of each color!
Jailbreak 6.1.3 UnTethered To Follow iOS 7 Jailbreak While the majority of readers at Jailbreak Evasi0n are already aware of the current jailbreak status, we’ve received a countless number of questions pertaining to a post-iOS 7 solution to jailbreak 6.1.3 for the devices that will regrettably become obsolete this fall. Before we propose our solution, for those of you who aren’t caught up, the latest public jailbreak utility (evasi0n) includes support for iOS 6.0 through 6.1.2. Unfortunately, when Apple released iOS 6.1.3, they effectively patched a number of key vulnerabilities that evasion exploited to achieve an Untethered jailbreak. Now, iOS devices that update to 6.1.3 (or even 6.1.4 in the case of the iPhone 5) are regrettably stuck on the latest firmware without a jailbreak in sight.