evad3rs dev team has just updated the status of the evasi0n jailbreak for iOS 6.1, iOS 6.0.2, iOS 6.0.1 and iOS 6.
According to the the progress bar on the website, they’ve now completed 75% of the work required for the jailbreak. Yesterday, the progress bar was at 68% after they confirmed that the apps for Mac and Windows were completed.
Ever since Apple launched the iPhone in 2007, there have a number of reasons to jailbreak it.
Even though Apple has added features to iOS such as copy and paste, Custom Wallpaper, multitasking, Notification Center, FaceTime over cellular etc, that were only possible if you had jailbroken your iOS device, the jailbreak community has continued to release some amazing tweaks and apps that still make it quite compelling to jailbreak your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
One of the concerns people seem to have with the imminent release of the evasi0n jailbreak for iOS 6.x is whether Cydia will be able to handle the load.
If you had jailbroken your iOS device when a new jailbreak like theÂ absinthe jailbreak is released then you may remember that Cydia had some performance related issues, especially while reloading data.
It looks like Sunday is indeed going to be a funday!
Earlier today, evad3rs dev team announced that the tool for the untethered jailbreak for iOS 6.1 to iOS 6 will be called evasi0n.
Upcoming iOS 6.x Jailbreak Is Called evasi0n, Will Support iOS Devices On iOS 6.1 to iOS 6 [Updated]
With the launch of the untethered jailbreak for nearly all iOS 6.1 compatible devices imminent, which could be released as early as this Sunday, the Cydia developers are scrambling to get their jailbreak tweaks and apps ready for the big day.