WWDC 2013, iOS 7 And The Future Of Jailbreaking

WWDC 2013, iOS 7, 6.1.3 and the Future of Jailbreaking
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In years past, Apple’s annual World Wide Developers Conference (commonly referred to as WWDC) has played host to numerous unveilings, including both software and hardware. In fact, up until the iPhone 4S, new iterations of the iPhone were unveiled during the conference. However, in an effort to focus on developers, Apple separated the iPhone portion of the conference these past two years and held separate press events to specifically showcase the iPhone. During this years conference, Apple is scheduled to unveil iOS 7. In this post, we’ll discuss the next major iOS installment, iOS 6.1.3 and the future of jailbreaking.

iOS 7, WWDC 2013 And The Future Of Jailbreaking

As the majority of our readers are already well aware, with the release of iOS 6.1.3, Apple closed a number of vulnerabilities that were previously exploited by evasi0n to achieve an Untethered jailbreak, effectively patching the tool for devices on the latest firmware. Since iOS 6.1.3’s release we’ve written a number of articles detailing why the evad3rs and p0sixninja aren’t planning to develop a new jailbreak utility to accommodate 6.1.3 and the iPhone 5-exclusive 6.1.4.

While the hackers aren’t creating another jailbreak for the latest firmware, this is by no means the end of jailbreaking. In fact, the jailbreak community faces the same cat and mouse game with Apple every year. As the vulnerabilities that power the jailbreak utilities become harder to discover and exploit, the developers will release tools less frequently. In an effort to ensure maximum compatibility, the next untethered jailbreak will not be released until the days of iOS 7.

In light of that fact, we’re going to provide a detailed timeline that gives a rough estimate of when the next jailbreak may be released.

On June 10th, Apple will kick off WWDC with a keynote presentation, during which the company will unveil iOS 7 and release the first beta to registered Apple developers shortly after. While it’s certainty a possibility that Apple will also unveil the next iPhone during this year’s conference, it’s more likely that they’ll wait until fall. Once both iOS 7 and the next iPhone are released to the public, the hackers of the jailbreak scene will release the next UnTethered jailbreak.

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25 Comments. Leave new

So basically iPod Touch 4th Gen owners who have upgraded to iOS 6.1.3 will NeVeR see Untethered jailbreak again. Pretty much, Basically, Pretty sure, Fairly certain… Cool.

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Discharge apple!!

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?We’re expecting a September or October release date for iOS 7 in line with previous releases.”

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Guys I am a new user of Apple’s I phone, this is the first time that i have bought an I phone 5 for myself with 6.1.4 o.s. Keep on posting good and productive information on this platform it is fun for me to read all the posts. Thanks. Ali.

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Lol@NOGOODNICK and you are 100% right. All this talk will take us no way. Bosses decides and we peanuts hear. So leave it till they get to somewhere.

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Cannot wait for the jailbreak of the 6.1.3 version. I also have the 4s

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I have à iPhone 4s with iOS 6.1.3. Can i jailbreak it? If i can could you send me à link to download THE jailbreak….

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Havn’t you read the article??!! There is NO jailbreak for iOS 6.1.3 nor 6.1.4 for the time being

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Actually if you’ve read the article you can see that iOS 7 is expected to be announced about in the next WWDC wich will take place this June, so it’s not a given that iPhone and iOS will be released together, also what is the use of waiting for 6.1.3 jailbreak till fall if ios7 would already have been released???

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-_- did you read the article ? 6.1.3 will NEVER be jailbreaked.

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Wait! So at first I thought they would wait until iOS7 to release the next jailbreak. But now their saying we have to wait for both the iOS 7 AND the new iPhone?!!?

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Evasion Admin
May 30, 2013 12:16 PM

Yes, which should be the same time… This fall.

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Actually if you’ve read the article you can see that iOS 7 is expected to be announced about in the next WWDC wich will take place this June, so it’s not a given that iPhone and iOS will be released together, also what is the use of waiting for 6.1.3 jailbreak till fall if ios7 would already have been released???

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So if I understand this right, the untethered jailbreak for iOS 6.1.3 in all devices will not be released before september if Apple chose to release the next iPhone next fall????

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Syed Bilal Ahmed
May 30, 2013 4:55 AM

how much we will…wait for ios 7??

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Syed Bilal Ahmed
May 30, 2013 4:54 AM

how much time will apple take to release ios7

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I’m one of those that mistakenly updated my iPad 3 to ios6.1.3 …….So needless to say “I can hardly wait to get my ipad3 jailbroken!!!” …….you guys are unbelievably Great!!!! And my Cyber hero’s xoxoxo Thanks for ALL you have done.

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Exciting! Can’t wait to see what iOS 7 has to offer and I know whatever new features it brings, won’t be worth updating unless the untethered JB is available for it?

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Jailobrokezy
May 29, 2013 2:47 PM

Don’t worry they will be jailbreake 😉 working on it

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It means that they dont want to reveal jailbreak for 6.1.3/4 . so that apple cannot close these vulnerabilities in the upcoming iOS7. By doing jailbreak for each and every update, it will hard for them to jailbreak

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How jb ios 6.1.3 for 3gs rilis fix

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What does that mean ???

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Yosemite Bear
May 29, 2013 4:05 PM

It’s a double rainbow

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Woah that’s a full rainbow! Double rainbow all the way!

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BLAH BLAH BLAH enough with all the double talk that goes nowhere.

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