A bug in iOS 7 allows users to disable Find My iPhone without entering a password, says a report in MacRumors. The security flaw affects iPhones and iPads that are running iOS version 7.0.4.
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.
Apple just released iOS 7.0.4 earlier today with a fix for an issue with FaceTime calls, and other improvements and bug fixes. Musclenerd, member of the evad3rs team who’re working on an iOS 7 jailbreak, has now, in a somewhat cryptic fashion, said that the update is safe for those of you who plan to jailbreak your devices, if you’re on iOS 7 already.