Evad3rs iOS 7 Untethered Jailbreak to be Released Ahead of iOS 6.1.4 Jailbreak?
By Kristin Dian Mariano | October 17, 2013 11:27 AM EST
Evad3rs may release iOS 7 jailbreak before the 6.1.4 jailbreak, according to the latest rumours.
Winocm announced the progress of the iOS 6.1.3 and 6.1.4 jailbreaks via Twitter. He revealed that the much awaited jailbreaks will be available by the end of the year. With the release of iOS 7, Evad3rs are looking into it and @planetbeing confirmed via a tweet that they are working on a jailbreak for the latest iOS 7.
He also provided updates to all the waiting fans that the Evad3rs have all of the pieces together. "At the moment the team are not sure, but time will of course tell," he said. He may be talking about the release date of the much awaited jailbreak.
The Evad3rs team confirmed that they are confident to reveal a jailbreak at some point in the near future. Thus, fans can do nothing but wait until the Evad3rs complete their work.
Some Web sites are offering paid jailbreak for the latest iOS 7. However, it is better to shy away from paid jailbreaks at the moment since there is no way to determine whether the software is real or fake. Some users advised that those who want the iOS 7 jailbreak must wait for Evad3rs to complete their work on the said jailbreak.
Also, with Apple releasing fast updates on its operating system, some people no longer thinks that it is essential to jailbreak their handsets. However, some people think that there is more perks and features outside the box of the iOS, which is their prime motivation in jailbreaking their phones.
Apple's iOS 7 was first introduced in June at the Worldwide Developers' Conference and was rolled out last September 18.
The new mobile platform brings a lot of new and improved features. Some of the new features packed in the latest mobile software are iTunes Radio and Control Center. iOS 7 also packs a new design and interface.
Reports, however, indicated that some users are not pleased with the latest version of the Apple operating system. It was suggested too that iOS 7 is still plagued with problems and issues.
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