It’s been four months since iOS 7, Apple’s next-generation mobile operating system, was released, and design criticisms aside, a number of people have complained about the frequent crashes they’ve been facing.
The release of the evasi0n7 jailbreak for iOS 7 – iOS 7.0.4 has taken many of us by surprise, including Cydia developers, so even though you may have successfully jailbroken your iOS device it is advisable to proceed with caution as many jailbreak apps and tweaks are not compatible with iOS 7 currently.
Yesterday, Apple released iOS 7.0.3, which included a number of bug fixes and improvements.
Immediately after the iOS 7.0.3 software update was released, MuscleNerd had warned jailbreakers to avoid upgrading to iOS 7.0.3 as they were yet to analyze the changes to confirm whether it was safe to upgrade.
planetbeing explains why iOS 7 jailbreak release date cannot be given, confident it’ll support all devices including iPhone 5s
Last week, planetbeing of the evad3rs team tweeted that they probably have all the pieces for the iOS 7 jailbreak. However, famous iOS hacker and a member of the evad3rs team, pod2g was quick to remind us not to be overly optimistic.
We’re seeing a number of our readers reporting activation error, it is most probably because you had installed iOS 7 beta 6, which expires on October 6, which means it has probably expired or will shortly expiry depending on your timezone.
To fix the activation error you need to update your iOS device to iOS 7.0.2, which is the latest iOS software update.
planetbeing brings us some good news on the iOS 7 jailbreak front. He has just tweeted that they’re working hard on the iOS 7 jailbreak, and may have all the pieces for it.
Yesterday, Apple released iOS 7.0.2 software update to fix the lock screen passcode bug.
The vulnerability allowed anyone to bypass the Lock screen passcode and access sensitive information stored in photos, Twitter, email and more.