We’ve some great news if you had accidentally upgraded your iOS device to iOS 6.1.3 or iOS 6.1.4 making it impossible to jailbreak your device due to the lack of a jailbreak.
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Apple randomly signing iOS 6.0.x firmware, allowing users to downgrade and re-jailbreak [Update: Signing Window closed]
Apple released the iOS 6.1.3 software update on March 19th. It fixed the Lock screen bug and brought improvements to Maps app for Japanese users.
Yesterday, Apple released iOS 6.1.3 to fix the Lock screen bug and bring improvements to Maps app for Japanese users.
So what does the iOS 6.1.3 update mean for jailbreakers?
Back in late February, the evad3rs dev team confirmed that Apple had fixed couple of vulnerabilities used by team in the evasi0n jailbreak in iOS 6.1.3 beta 2.
evad3rs dev team has just announced the release of evasi0n 1.5.2, a minor update for their popular jailbreak tool.
The update now includes localization for French, German and Chinese and also updated Cydia package list.
Update: evad3rs has just released evasi0n 1.5.3 to fix a crashing issue on Windows.
evad3rs dev team has quietly rolled an update for evasi0n. evasi0n 1.5.1 comes with an updated Cydia package list.
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.
TinyUmbrella allows you to take backups of SHSH blobs (ECID SHSH). Hackers have previously figured out a way to use the SHSH blobs to downgrade to older iOS versions even after Apple stopped signing the firmware file.