We all know the new evasi0n jailbreak for iOS 6/6.1 has been making waves – but just how popular has the new iOS 6 jailbreak really been? According to Cydia creator Jay Freeman in an interview with Forbes, the tool was used to jailbreak over 7 million devices in it’s first 4 days of availability!
The developers of the popular ‘evasi0n’ untethered iOS 6 jailbreak have released an updated version of their jailbreak, which fixes issues some users reported regarding unusually long device boot tomes after jailbreaking, as well as an issue that caused the iOS Weather app to crash after jailbreaking.
Now that the ‘evasi0n’ iOS 6 untethered jailbreak has arrived, many who are new to the jailbreaking scene might be wondering what jailbreak tweaks or apps they should try to get started. I’ve rounded up a few that I have used and enjoyed in the past, and have come up with 7 of my favorites – I hope you enjoy them as well as I have!
The new ‘evasi0n’ untethered iOS 6 jailbreak has certainly been popular, racking up 100,000 downloads in its first 10 minutes of availability. That’s just the beginning, however. According to Cydia creator Saurik, the jailbreak managed to hit over 1.7 billion downloads by Tuesday morning – less than 42 hours after launching!
Apple has updated their article about making unauthorized medications to iOS devices, adding a new warning about the perils of jailbreaking. The article states that jailbreaking could make your device less secure and less stable, shorten your battery life, disrupt your voice and data, and more.
Earlier today, the first iOS 6.1 untethered jailbreak was unleashed for all current iOS devices – and it has been extremely popular from moment one, unsurprisingly. In fact, according to iOS hacker @planetbeing, who is a member of the ‘evasi0n’ jailbreak development team, it reached over 100,000 downloads within 10 minutes of being released!
So while the evasi0n jailbreak has just been released for iOS 6.1, all too often we don’t hear enough about the men behind the exploits. However pod2g, one of those men (whose real name is Cyril and is French), gave an interesting interview to MacGeneration where he discussed evasi0n but also jailbreaking more generally.
The ‘evasi0n’ untethered iOS 6.1 jailbreak has finally arrived – and iDownloadBlog has a great tutorial on how to use the tool to jailbreak your iOS device! Check out the video below! Happy jailbreaking!
It has been a long time coming, but the iOS 6.1 untethered jailbreak has finally arrived! The jailbreak, called ‘evasi0n’ is now available for download from the official website for Windows, Linux, and Mac, and supports all versions of iOS 6. The jailbreak should take only 5 minutes or so to apply.
The long-anticipated untethered iOS 6/6.1 jailbreak has officially been named evasi0n, and the jailbreak’s development team has now launched a new website to provide status updates leading up to the release. The site also hints at the previously rumored Superbowl Sunday release date for the jailbreak,
Following the release of iOS 6.1 earlier today, iOS hacker (and member of iOS jailbreak power team @Evad3rs) @MuscleNerd notes that the public jailbreak for iOS 6.1 could launch on Superbowl Sunday.
TechCrunch has published an interesting article, entitled “Behind The Scenes of The iPhone 5 Jailbreak.” The post takes a look at all of the various jailbreaks that have been released over the years, and the work currently being done.
It’s been a while since we’ve heard anything significant about the iOS 6 jailbreak effort, but a recent post from well-known iOS hacker planetbeing (@planetbeing) has revived hopes for an untethered jailbreak. According to the tweet, planetbeing and pod2g (@pod2g)…
The Surface does cost an absolute bomb, especially the Windows RT version. However, if you do happen to own one with the latter, the folks at XDA Developers forums have figured a way to jailbreak it and run an early version of OS, freeing you from the clutches of Windows 8.
If you’ve got a jailbroken iPhone, and used hacked apps, you lost a lifeline on Sunday. A prominent service that supplied stolen iOS apps for jailbroken devices has closed. It’s seen by most as a major victory on the war on piracy.
The Digital Millennium Copyright Act makes it illegal to try and get around digital rights management schemes. Congress did however give the Librarian of Congress the power to grant exemptions. The latest list of exemptions, in force for the next three years, was announced on Thursday.