Publié le 30 Août 2014

Alleged iPhone 6 Booting On Video, Unveiling Date Revealed, iOS 8 Jailbreak

iPhone 6 Caught Booting On Video? iPhone 6 Unveiling Date and UnTethered Jailbreak iOS 8 Utility – Among the latest details surrounding the PanguUntethered jailbreak 7.1.2 utility, arguably the most exciting news of late is that pertaining to Apple’s forthcoming iPhone 6 – a device that’s sure to, once again, “change everything”. Yesterday, following months of speculation and rumors, including our leaked coverage on a 5.5-inch iPhone 6 housing, Apple officially issued invitations to the company’s next media event, which just so happens to be set for the same day rumors nailed down weeks ago: September 9th! But what about an iPhone 6 jailbreak? Once iOS 8 is officially released, along with the iPhone 6, next month, the developers on the jailbreak scene will begin work on a new utility to jailbreak iOS 8 for the iPhone 6, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPhone 4s, iPod touch 5th generation, the the iPad Air, Mini 2 4, 3. Additionally, a recent rumor showcases a claimed iPhone 6 booting into the iTunes recovery mode screen – complete details can be found after the break.

iPhone 6 Supposedly Caught Booting On Video And iPhone 6 Jailbreak iOS 8

As for the unveiling event, the iPhone 6 will likely be unveiled alongside what recent rumors have suggested will be Apple’s highly anticipated, and certainly mystical at this point, iWatch.

The aforementioned event is scheduled to commence at 10:00 AM Pacific Time on September 9th at De Anaza College’s Flint Center for the Performing Arts in Cupertino, California.

Similar to previous Apple events from years past, we’ll link readers to some of the best written, and possibly video as well (provided Apple opens their stream, live coverage on the web) – stay tuned for updates.

On a related note, in addition to the above video from popular Apple and jailbreak YouTuber iCrackUriDevice, which covers some of the latest iPhone 6-related rumors, a new video was leaked by iPhone vendor Feld & Volk that claims to showcase something quite interesting.

While we’re not putting much stock in it, there are various oddities with the recording, the video (embedded below) highlights a purported iPhone 6 that was assembled using leaked parts that boots into recovery mode, something all jailbreakers should be familiar with.

However, as seen in the video, there are inconsistencies with the iPhone 6′s recovery mode screen that have lead us to the conclusion that this video is likely a hoax – nevertheless, it provides a decent physical representation of what the iPhone 6 will likely resemble when booting into recovery mode.

While the device certainly looks impressive, matching all previous rumors, what about an iPhone 6 jailbreak?

Thankfully, a jailbreak for not only the iPhone 6, but also all iOS 8-based devices is being developed by not one, but multiple dev teams (additional information available here).

For more on the iPhone 6, iOS 8 and the new UnTethered jailbreak, keep your browsers locked to Evasi0n Jailbreak.

Thank you for reading and don’t forget to subscribe to our Evasi0n iPhone 6 and iOS 8 Jailbreak, news feed, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and add us on Google+ to be swiftly notified when we publish new articles pertaining to the iPhone 6, iOS 8 and the forthcoming Untethered jailbreak.

Alleged iPhone 6 Booting On Video, Unveiling Date Revealed, iOS 8 Jailbreak

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Publié le 29 Août 2014

Jailbreak iOS 7.1.2 Users Shouldn’t Worry About 7.1.3, But Instead Something Worse

iOS 7.1.2 Jailbreakers Shouldn’t Worry About 7.1.3, But Instead Something Much Worse – Today, ensuing our exclusive coverage on the rumored 5.5-inch iPhone 6 and our leaked images related to the device, both the iPhone 6′s unveiling and the subsequent release of iOS 8 are drawing closer with each passing hour. Why does that matter, aside from the fact that both will be incredible additions to Apple’s hardware and software lineups? Previously, when discussing the possibility iOS 7.1.3, the members of Evasi0n Jailbreak noted that if released, the firmware would patch the jailbreak iOS 7.1.2 Untethered Pangu utility. Furthermore, it appeared as though the 7.1.2 jailbreak-patching 7.1.3 update was in sight, bound for the millions of iDevices currently in existence, before the window seemingly closed. Although a release of 7.1.3 could still happen, it’s highly unlikely at this point, considering we’re approximately a month away from iOS 8′s release (which will take place following the widely assumed September 9th iPhone 6 unveiling). So if iOS 7.1.3 won’t patch the jailbreak 7.1.2 Pangu tool, can jailbreakers consider themselves safe? No, not exactly, a greater threat looms on the horizon – jump past the break for details on the major 7.1.2 iOS jailbreak danger!

Jailbreak 7.1.2 Users Shouldn’t Worry About 7.1.3, But Instead Something Much Worse

In spite of all the incredible additions in iOS 8, especially Continuity to further improve the iOS to OS X cross-ecosystem, actionable notifications and the plethora of versatile and powerful developer APIs, the next major installment to iOS, which is again intended for mass release next month, is parlous to current jailbreakers.

While new iterations of iOS are certainly appealing, updating will result in the loss of your device’s jailbroken status and because downgrading isn’t an option, said device won’t be jailbreakable until the hackers on the jailbreak scene develop a new utility.

The iPhone 6 Doesn’t Help Matters - iPhone 6 Will Set Jailbreaking Back

Needless to say, if it weren’t for new iDevices, jailbreaks would be released at a much faster pace, as each new iPhone and iPad generation(s) introduce revised all-in-one chips (CPU and GPU combos) that change the game entirely.

However, while overcoming the hurdle sounds like an insurmountable task, it’s truthfully not and is accomplished by the world-renowned hackers that develop jailbreaks for every new generation.

That being said, the forthcoming iPhone 6 will still delay the jailbreak, there’s no question about that, it’s just matter of by how much.

iPad Air 2 And Retina iPad Mini 3 May Also Delay The iOS 8 Jailbreak

Like with the iPhone 6, it’s entirely possible that the next-generation iPads, being the iPad Air 2, or second-generation iPad Air, and the third-generation iPad mini, may also negatively impact the upcoming iOS 8 jailbreak’s release.

Avoiding further speculation regarding the challenges new devices will present jailbreakers with, we’ll wrap up this segment of the article by saying that we’ll know more once the aforementioned devices are released and hackers have had ample time to fully test them and their capabilities.

The Next Post 7.1.2 Jailbreak Is Already In Development

That’s right, as we detailed in a recent article concerning iOS 8 and the next major jailbreak utility, a new Untethered solution is already being developed! Furthermore, multiple teams, including the evad3rs and the new Pangu team, are racing to develop the next jailbreak – it’s said to be a “bloodbath,” for hackersthat is.

While it sounds intimidating, it’s actually a great thing for jailbreakers; as with everything in the world, more competition equals better product(s), likely delivered faster too. In light of that fact, it’s nearly impossible to decisively state whether the teams will wait for the new iPad to be released, which will likely be sometime in October.

It’s also possible that, as with evasi0n for iOS 6 and iOS 7, the iOS 8 jailbreak will be released later in the year – only time will tell. As always though, ensure that you keep your browsers locked to Evasi0n Jailbreak for complete updates along the way.

Thank you for reading and don’t forget to subscribe to our Evasi0n Jailbreak iOS 8 news feed, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and add us on Google+ to be instantaneously alerted when we publish future articles concerning iOS 8, the next major Untethered jailbreak for the firmware, as well as the iPhone 6 and other new iDevices.

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Publié le 23 Août 2014

New 5.5-Inch Back Housing Leaked, iPhone 6 5.5-inch versus 4.7-inch – Currently, in addition to the somewhat recent jailbreak 7.1.2 Pangu utility for all iOS-based devices, the most intriguing information for Apple enthusiasts is undeniably that surrounding Apple’s forthcoming major iPhone 6 release. The device itself, similar to the iPhone 5s and 5c, is expected to be announced and released next month during an exclusive media event, which is rumored to take place on September 9th. For those of you who haven’t kept up with the latest rumors, the iPhone 6, which will be Apple’s eighth iPhone generation (ninth if you include the iPhone 5c), is all but confirmed to feature a radical design shift, a larger display and other internal upgrades and improvements. Today, ensuing our previous exclusive coverage on a leaked 4.7-inch iPhone 6 back housing, in collaboration with YouTuber iCrackUriDevice and BestTechInfo, we’re excited to bring you the first comparison between the aforementioned component and the corresponding housing for the 5.5-inch iPhone 6 variant.

New iPhone 5 Leaked 5.5-Inch Housing – Evasi0n Jailbreak

In addition to the leaked images featured throughout today’s article, the video from iCrackUriDevice which is embedded above for your convenience, provides a solid audible representation of the information associated with the leak.

Overall, the new 5.5-inch rear housing appears to feature the same physical improvements and design shifts found on the component’s 4.7-inch counterpart, all of which are detailed here, including the improved antenna system, the revised Apple logo cutout and the repositioning of the mounting and anchor points for internal components.

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Publié le 23 Août 2014

Apple Releases iOS 8 Beta 6, But Not To Developers Or 7.1.2 Jailbreak Users – Secret Changelog

Apple Allegedly Releases iOS 8 Beta 6, But Not to Developers or 7.1.2 Jailbreak Users, Secret iOS 8 Changelog – Just over two weeks ago, Apple seeded iOS 8 beta 5 to those enrolled in the company’s iOS Developer program. Strangely enough though, yesterday, Apple merely released OS X Yosemite Developer Preview 6 (10.10 DP 6) without issuing iOS 8 beta 6 to iOS developers, which was what was expected of Apple. While we’ve highlighted numerous times (five to be exact) how it’s technically possible to update to iOS 8 beta firmware without having a device’s UDID officially registered through a Developer account before downgrading to jailbreak 7.1.2, the update beta firmware was allegedly released, just not to developers. Furthermore, a purported changelog for the iOS 8 beta 6 firmware has also surfaced, which suggests that iOS 8 is nearing completion. For those of you unfamiliar with the forthcoming post-iOS 7.1.2 jailbreak update, Apple’s 8.0 firmware will introduce a number of welcome features, including Continuity to further improve the seamlessness of iOS and OS X workflow, actionable notifications, a quick-contacts feature, more intuitive speech-to-text functionality, a plethora of incredible Developer APIs and so much more! For more details on iOS 8 beta 6, including the update’s ‘secret’ changlog, continue reading.

AiOS 8 Beta 6 Released, But Not To Developers Or Jailbreak 7.1.2 Users

report that was publicized earlier today by the tech bloggers at BGR, Apple allegedly passed over the developer seeding stage because “we are so close to Apple’s GM [Gold Master] build”.

Earlier Report: iPhone Unlocking Now Legal, Unlock iPhone 5s On iOS 7.1.2 Without A Jailbreak – Tutorial Inevitable

If you’re unfamiliar, ‘Gold Master’ (commonly referred to by its abbreviation: GM) is a denomination that indicates a software version is ready, or close to being ready, for a public release.

While that’s good news, what about a jailbreak? A new utility would certainly be of interest to a countless number of jailbreak enthusiasts the world over, especially considering iOS 8 will boast the aforementioned additions and modifications.

Jailbreak iOS 8 After 7.1.2 and iOS 8.0 Beta 6 Changelog

Thankfully, an iOS 8 jailbreak is being developed – for more details on the process, we advise reading our in-depth jailbreak iOS 8 and iPhone 6 informative article, which can be found here.

Also, in an interesting move, Apple reportedly opted to seed iOS 8 beta 6 to the company’s carrier partners, which was allegedly rejected earlier today due to supposed complications with YouTube’s mobile site and the Safari app.

Although it’s not certain whether Apple will issue a subsequent beta iteration of iOS 8 to Developers prior to issuing the pre-release iOS 8 Gold Master (GM) update – we’ll provide you with complete coverage along the way.

Thank you for reading and don’t forget to subscribe to our Evasi0n iOS 8 Jailbreak news feed, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and add us on Google+ to be instantly notified when we post future articles pertaining to iOS 8, new beta firmwares and forthcoming UnTethered jailbreak utilities, post 7.1.2, for iOS 8.

For those who are interested in the changes and revisions found in the iOS 8 beta 6 build that was intended for carrier partners, a complete changlog, as suggested and reported by BGR, can be found below.

Carrier Builds
Not Available
User Builds
Not Available

Issues fixed since Seed 5

Baseband & Telephony
Fixed an issue where incorrect pop up message was displayed when SIM was removed
Fixed an issue where clicking on cancel button turned LTE on
Fixed an issue where excessive registration was tried with dual IMSI SIM

Fixed an occasional mail continuity failure from OS X to iOS
Fixed an issue causing continuity to fail after opening control center

Fixed an occasional problem where MT call connection quality would be incorrectly treated as “poor”

Fixed an issue where the active photo cannot be deleted

Fixed a problem where document sync would sometimes consume excessive cellular data

iTunes Store
URLs for the store app are no longer broken in received mail
Fixed a problem with excessive prompts to sign in to the iTunes Store

Fixed an intermittent issue keyword shifting when rotating the screen
Fixed an issue where the emoji keyboard was unusable on Safari

Notes are no longer duplicated when opened through Gmail
Fixed an issue where after withdrawing a draft with attachments, browsing to another message resulted in the attachments getting lost
Fixed an issue where forwarding an email without a photo attachment still sends a photo
Fixed an issue when forwarding an email with an attached photo just brought up the original message without a photo
Fixed an issue where email could be deleted from the lock screen without prompting for a passcode

Fixed a problem where maps would sometimes consume excessive cellular data

Added support for SMS relay opt-in prompt
Fixed issue that caused devices to receive SMS via relay for unselected aliases
Fixed failures sending current location via MMS
Fixed an issue where messages partially overlap Chinese keyboards
Fixed an issue where changing a group name didn’t propagate to other devices until a message is sent

Fixed an issue where an incoming call was being relayed back to originating phone
Fixed an issue where options on declining a call didn’t work with call relay

Fixed an issue where edited photos did not display properly after restoring from backup
Improved full screen photo sharing
Set default to keep all photos on device for users with 5GB iCloud space
Fixed an issue where a user could not select multiple photos and upload to Facebook via Safari

Push Notifications
Improved push connection management upon account logout with multiple associated devices
Fixed a problem where Exchange push notifications would stop after responding to an invitation from the lock screen
Fixed an issue where a user does not receive a notification for incoming messages when the banner for the previous one is pulled down

Fixed an issue unlocking an iPhone while on an active call
Fixed an issue where the keyboard would sometimes become unresponsive when the screen is locked

Visual Voicemail
Fixed an issue where Voicemail could not be played under certain error conditions
Fixed an issue where Phone App hanged when tried to check Voicemail

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Publié le 23 Août 2014

iOS 8 Jailbreak 7.1.2 Patch – Will We Be Able To Jailbreak iOS 8 And The iPhone 6?

iOS 8 Jailbreak 7.1.2 Patch, Jailbreak iOS 8 and the iPhone 6 – Today, as with every day since iOS 8′s unveiling over two months ago, the public release of Apple’s next major mobile operating system installment draws closer. While the features and developer API offerings in iOS 8 are indeed welcome additions to the iOS ecosystem, the update also confirms the impending patch of the Pangu 7.1.2 jailbreak utility – meaning it won’t be possible to jailbreak iOS 8 through the use of Pangu. However, shouldn’t there be a step between 7.1.2 and iOS 8 to correct the various issues (most of which can be found detailed here) that users are experiencing with 7.1.x? One would think. Furthermore, if 7.1.3 isn’t released to patch the jailbreak, as well as the aforementioned complications with 7.1.x, that would mean Pangu will go unpatched until iOS 8.0, which is a scenario that hasn’t occurred since Apple left the Absinthe 2 5.1.1 jailbreak unpatched until iOS 6 went public. Indeed we’re in an interesting period for jailbreaking – thankfully, it remains possible to jailbreak 7.1.2 (the latest public firmware) on all iPhone, iPad and iPod touch models. But what of iOS 8? Millions of iDevice owners will not only be eager to jailbreak Apple’s forthcoming major mobile firmware, but also the upcoming iPhone 6, both of which will likely be available in September.

7.1.2 Jailbreak – iOS 8 Patch, Will We Be Able To Jailbreak iOS 8?

As alluded to above,iOS 8 will introduce a plethora of new and exciting features, including Continuity (to further bridge the gap between iOS and OS X) actionable notifications, quick contacts for multitasking, a number of exciting new Developer APIs and much more.

Imagine an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch with all of the above improvements, on iOS 8, fully jailbroken Untethered – that would be quite a potent and desired mix. However, in order for that to come to fruition, a jailbreak would first need to be created which, as we’ve highlighted numerous times, is no easy task.

Is An iOS 8 Jailbreak Being Developed Post Pangu Jailbreak 7.1.2?

So is anyone working on developing an iOS 8 jailbreak? Thankfully, the answer is an incredible ‘yes’! As iOS hacker and security researcher Stefan Esser (better known as i0n1c) mentioned prior to Pangu’s release, “iOS 8 jailbreak will be a bloodbath” because, according to the hacker, “at least 2 or 3 groups financed by Chinese companies racing for release,” one of which likely being the Pangu Team.

Also, the Chinese teams that will undoubtedly be competing to release the next UnTethered jailbreak will also likely be going up against the evad3rs, the iOS jailbreak “Dream Team”.

While an iOS 8 jailbreak is indeed on the horizon, it doesn’t mean that a utility will be released immediately following iOS 8′s availability to the public. We’ll share additional information concerning the next jailbreak’s release in a subsequent article at a later date.

Thank you for reading and don’t forget to subscribe to our Evasi0n Jailbreak iOS 8 news feed, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and add us on Google+ to be promptly notified when we publish new articles concerning iOS 8, the possibility of 7.1.3 and new UnTethered jailbreak utilities post 7.1.2.

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