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The untethered evasion jailbreak era is over, well is it? If you have been following us for quite sometime, then you would know that hackers still have some exploits with them, that they could use to jailbreak iOS 6.1.3. But there is one major question. Should evasion be released to jailbreak iOS 6.1.3 or wait until iOS 7?
Evasion Jailbreak iOS 6.1.3 or iOS 7?
Team Evad3rs, who are responsible for the evasion jailbreak developed many exploits before actually releasing the evasion jailbreak for iOS 6. The way evasion works is that, it actually uses five distinct exploits which together create a “chain of events” that lead to the final jailbreak. Something that was never used in the past!
As you know, with every Apple firmware update, the iOS security gets better. Although that is a good thing, but what it means, is that it would get harder and harder for hackers to create future jailbreaks, something that would worry many jailbreak fans.
The higher the iOS firmware, the harder to jailbreak. Simple as that.
Now the real hard question is whether the team Evad3rs should release a jailbreak for iOS 6.1.3 or wait for iOS 7.
Those amongst us who are Apple fans would know that Apple hasn’t brought much changes in iOS 6.1.3, except a lock screen bug fix, but later another one was discovered to hack into iPhone. So no major changes, but that hasn’t left some people from wanting a jailbreak for iOS 6.1.3.
So here is the question. Should evasion be released to jailbreak iOS 6.1.3 or wait for iOS 7?
It is expected that iOS 7 will be shown in WWDC this coming June, but will be released with iPhone 5S, somewhere in August – September. Also, we do not have a guarantee that exploits currently available in iOS 6 will still remain once iOS 7 is out.
Well now the jailbreak depends on you. So tell us if you would like to have the evasion untethered jailbreak for iOS 6.1.3 or wait until iOS 7 is out? Comment below.