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planetbeing explains why iOS 7 jailbreak release date cannot be given, confident it’ll support all devices including iPhone 5s

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.

iOS 7 Jailbreak: Status Report

iOS 7 Jailbreak: Status Report

Yesterday, planetbeing of the evad3rs team brought us the good news that they probably have all the pieces for the iOS 7 jailbreak.

We take a look at what this means, and lots of other details about the iOS 7 jailbreak.

iOS 7 Jailbreak Progress Update: Unsigned Userland Code Execution achieved

iOS 7 Jailbreak Progress Update: Unsigned Userland Code Execution achieved

As we reported yesterday, planetbeing had revealed that the evad3rs dev team had started working on a jailbreak for iOS 7, since Apple had released the golden master (GM) version of iOS 7.

iOS 6.1.3 Has “At Least One” evasi0n Bug Unpatched; More than 18 Million iOS Devices Jailbroken

iOS 6.1.3 Has “At Least One” evasi0n Bug Unpatched; More than 18 Million iOS Devices Jailbroken

In a conversation with Forbes, creator of Cydia Jay Freeman aka Saurik shares some updates on the number of devices jailbroken using evasi0n, the tool released by the evad3rs team.

Over 14 Million Devices On iOS 6.x Have Been Jailbroken

Over 14 Million Devices On iOS 6.x Have Been Jailbroken

It has been almost a month since evasi0n, the most eagerly awaited jailbreak was released for iOS 6.x and new devices like iPhone 5, iPad 4 and iPad mini.

Jay Freeman aka saurik, founder of Cydia has revealed (via pod2g) that over 14 million iOS devices running iOS 6.x.x have been jailbroken.

evasi0n Jailbreak Won’t Work on iOS 6.1.3 [Updated]

evasi0n Jailbreak Won’t Work on iOS 6.1.3 [Updated]

We’ve some bad news for jailbreakers. David Wang aka planetbeing has revealed that iOS 6.1.3 beta 2 that was seeded to developers last week, fixes a vulnerability that was used by evad3rs dev team for the evasi0n jailbreak.

This means that evasi0n jailbreak won’t work on iOS devices running iOS 6.1.3.

evasi0n 1.4 to Jailbreak iOS 6.1.2 Will Be Released Today

evasi0n 1.4 to Jailbreak iOS 6.1.2 Will Be Released Today

Apple just released iOS 6.1.2 to fix the Exchange Calendar bug.

If you’re worried about jailbreaking your iOS device, then the good news is that planetbeing of the evad3rs dev team has just confirmed that the evasi0n jailbreak still works with iPad mini and iPhone 5 on iOS 6.1.2.

planetbeing Talks About iOS 7 Jailbreak, His Favorite Tweaks And Lots More

planetbeing Talks About iOS 7 Jailbreak, His Favorite Tweaks And Lots More

David Wang aka planetbeing, member of the evad3rs dev team team that released evasi0n, the first jailbreak for newer iOS devices like iPhone 5 has answered questions on reddit on a range of topics such as the future of jailbreaking, working for Apple etc, why does he jailbreak his iOS device, his favorite jailbreak tweaks etc.

planetbeing Confirms evasi0n Jailbreak Works With iOS 6.1.1, To Release An Update Soon

planetbeing Confirms evasi0n Jailbreak Works With iOS 6.1.1, To Release An Update Soon

Apple just surprised us by releasing iOS 6.1.1 for iPhone 4S users to fix 3G connectivity issues.

If you’re worried about jailbreaking your iPhone 4S, then the good news is that planetbeing of the evad3rs dev team has just confirmed that the evasi0n jailbreak still works with iOS 6.1.1.

iOS Hackers Have More Exploits For Future Jailbreaks

iOS Hackers Have More Exploits For Future Jailbreaks

There was quite a long lull in the jailbreaking scene after the release of iOS 6 and the iPhone 5, until recently when the evad3rs team released evasi0n, the first untethered jailbreak for all iOS devices running iOS 6.

The prolonged lull gave rise to fears that jailbreaking was dead, and these fears continue to exist as Apple continues to make iOS more secure version-over-version.