JAILBREAK IOS 6.0.1 UNTETHERED: “The Jailbreak IOS 6.0.1 Untethered Dream Team (Creators of JAILBREAK IOS 6 UNTETHERED) has launched a easy to use and brand new version of the Jailbreak IOS 6.0.1 Untethered Tool Redsn0w for the iPhone 5, 4S, 4 with iOS 6.0.1 and 3Gs and the iPad 3/2, it is a final version and it uses the same DFU IOS 6 Jailbreak Untethered tool that has bee used in previous versions of Redsn0w”
Hey guys, what’s up, all of are waiting for the iPhone 5 or iPhone 4S iOS 6 Jailbreak by the Jailbreak Dream Team, Here’s a good news for the Jailbreak Community. In a recent tweet, iOS hacker @MuscleNerd, @Planetbeing and @Pod2g warned users saying that those still waiting for an untethered jailbreak for iOS 6.
“Yeah, I’m not really sure what all the doom and gloom is about. The fact is, I have an untethered iOS 6.0.2 JB running on my iPhone 5 right now. The reasons it’s not released are because …
1.) releasing it would burn an exploit we want to save for ourselves so we can always get in to look at new firmware and help JB in the future,
2.) iOS 6.1 is coming very soon and will likely break a small part of it anyway, there’s no point in sacrificing the many bugs it won’t break.
Anyway, where there are 4+ bugs (that it took to get this to work), there’s gotta be one or two more so while jailbreaking is getting harder, reports of its death are highly exaggerated.
This is not stuff I want to say over Twitter with 140 characters because I’m afraid of starting some sort of riot, but I like the smaller …/jailbreak community more. ”
MuscleNerd (1-th January, 2013)
Pod2g (iPhone Dream Team)
I’m very confident about the next 6 months. I honestly believe that iOS 6 will be jailbroken and that developers will keep coming up with more quality apps. Discussions about future tweaks during JailbreakCon have opened new doors. Creativity won’t stop.
Regarding future iOS versions, I don’t really know what to think. I believe Apple will make it harder and harder to find and develop jailbreaks in a timely manner.
My message to Apple is the following: why not stop the fight and let users install unsigned applications, just like it is possible on OS X? It could be done the right way to let people install tweaks while making sure piracy is limited.