Publié le 12 Avril 2014

iBoot 7.1 Jailbreak Exploit Unusable, Next Untethered Utility Detailed

iBoot Jailbreak 7.1 UnTethered Exploit Unusable, Next Jailbreak Detailed - As the majority of our readers are aware, when Apple released iOS 7.1 to the generalpublic, the company effectively closed a number of vulnerabilities that the world-renowned evasi0n7 utility exploited to achieve an UnTethered jailbreak on iOS 7.0 through 7.0.6, making it impossible for the public to jailbreak 7.1 with evasi0n. Following the March 10th iOS 7.1 patch of the evasion jailbreak, well-known iOS hacker iH8sn0w began discussing an iBoot exploit for A5-powered devices (namely the iPhone 4S), that could potentially be applied towards another Untethered jailbreak utility. However, that’s not necessarily the case and since last month, there’s been a considerable amount of clamor and confusion regarding iH8sn0w’s alleged 7.1 and up iBoot exploit; today, we’ll set the record straight.

iOS 7.1 iBoot Jailbreak Exploit Unusable

The day following 7.1′s release, famed evad3rs Dev Team member MuscleNerd confirmed on Twitter that the “bug @ih8sn0w talks about is *worthless* for jailbreaks and downgrades. It runs only on a device already jailbroken”.

Ensuing MuscleNerd’s abrupt and swift shutdown of iH8sn0w’s claims of a potential new jailbreak tool that relies heavily on the aforementioned iBoot exploit, iH8sn0w again reignited the hopes of jailbreakers everywhere by stating that his personaliPhone 4S is jailbroken on iOS 7.1.

However, it’s important to realize that essentially all jailbreak developers have the potential to achieve a jailbreak on any firmware (regardless of its public jailbreak status) by way of a failbreak, which is essentially a jailbreak method that utilizes an Apple Developer account to achieve root access, making it impossible to release to the public.

Furthermore, following iH8sn0w’s tweet regarding his iPhone, the developer clarified that he has no intention of creating a “7.1/8″ jailbreak. The iPhone 4SiH8sn0w was referring to was likely jailbroken utilizing a failbreak method.

With that said, there won’t be another public jailbreak utility until after Apple releases both iOS 8 and the company’s next round of iDevices. The evad3rs simply aren’t keen on wasting precious exploits to jailbreak a firmware that the public was warned to avoid months before its release – the team wants to ensure that the vulnerabilities they’ve spent months discovering and testing are put to good use.

However, with WWDC 2014 (Apple’s annual World Wide Developer’s Conference) scheduled to take place next month, the evad3rs, as well as the entire world, will get glimpse at what the team is up against.

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Publié le 12 Avril 2014

iPhone 6 Rendered From Leaked Schematics, Larger Displays Envisioned

iPhone 6 Rendered from Leaked Schematics, Larger Displays Envisioned – Following last week’s claimed iPhone 6 leak, allegedly from Apple’s own manufacturing partner (Foxconn), the staff of Jailbreak Evasion Info has opted to briefly share a new and interested set of renderings that are based on previously leaked schematics. Last month, proceeding the supposed Foxconn leak, a Japanese magazine published drawings and crude schematics of what is allegedly the iPhone 6 in both 4.7-inch and 5.7-inch variations. While today’s news isn’t as exciting as a jailbreak utility for 7.1 and the upcoming iOS 8firmware, the latest renditions may provide an early look at what’s to come from Apple this fall and what the evad3rs will be up against when developing the nextUnTethered jailbreak!

iPhone 6 Renderings from Leaked Drawings Highlight Larger Design

To provide a more realistic representation of the drawings from last month,MacRumors commissioned a designer by the name of Ferry Passchier to render the drawings into a more aesthetically pleasing form, adding dimension and color.

However, last week’s component featured an antenna system of sorts embedded into the back metal housing, while the latest renderings lack any apparent windowto allow the various signals to better pass through the metal body. Moreover, in a strange and unusual shift, the power and lock button has migrated to the left of the device in both the drawings and today’s rendering.

For further information and analysis on the new renderings and the two latest purported iPhone 6 leaks, we recommend reading through JailbreakTechInfo’s summary and breakdown article.

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iPhone 6 Rendered From Leaked Schematics, Larger Displays Envisioned

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Publié le 5 Avril 2014

Apple Announces WWDC 2014, Evad3rs To Jailbreak iOS 8 Untethered

Apple Announces WWDC 2014, Untethered iOS 8Jailbreak in Evad3rs’ Sights - Today, Apple announced the company’s annual World Wide Developers Conference, commonly referred to as WWDC, which will be held in San Francisco’s Moscone West convention center from June 2nd to the 6th. During this year’s exciting event, it’s excepted that Apple will both showcase and release iOS 8 in beta stages to registered iOS Developers. As most jailbreakers are well aware at this point, Apple’s somewhat recent release of 7.1 patched a number of vulnerabilities exploited by the evasi0n7 UnTethered jailbreak utility, effectively forcing those who regrettably updated out of their jailbroken state. Without a new jailbreak in sight, until now, the evad3rs will set their sights on the upcoming iOS 8 firmware.

WWDC 2014 Announced, Evad3rs to Jailbreak iOS 8

While it’s logical for the evad3rs to wait to release their next major jailbreakutility, a number of our readers have questioned the team’s decision.

Essentially, the evad3rs aren’t interested in jailbreaking 7.1, as it’s too minor an update to warrant the use of valuable and precious exploits that could otherwise be saved to jailbreak both iOS 8 and new iDevices.

Back to the event itself, Apple announced that instead of selling tickets for the conference as with years past, the company is holding a lottery, in which registered iOS and Mac developers can enter their account for random consideration. If chosen to partake in the event and witness iOS 8′s unveiling firsthand, developers will be required to purchase a ticket for an obscenely high price of $1,599, identical to both last year’s and 2012′s ticket prices.

Looking to the future, we know for a fact that new Untethered jailbreak tools will certainly be developed for iOS 8, as was the case with the iOS 7 evasi0n7jailbreak after Apple patched the original evasi0n jailbreak with the release of 6.1.3. It’s not a matter of “if,” a utility will be released, but “when”.

Following last year’s redesign of Apple’s mobile operating system with the unveiling of iOS 7, it will be interesting to see what the company has in store for the public during WWDC 2014 – leave your predictions and hopes in the comment section.

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Publié le 5 Avril 2014

Alleged iPhone 6 Images, Said To Be Leaked From Foxconn, Highlight Larger Design

Purported iPhone 6 Images Said to be Leaked from Apple’s Manufacturing Partner – Today, following our recent postregarding iOS 7.1, the firmware’s jailbreak status and the numerous scams claiming to jailbreak 7.1 UnTethered, a new set of purported leaked iPhone 6 rear housing images have begun making the rounds on the blogosphere. The pictures in question were posted on Weibo (a Chinese microblogging site that’s notorious for “leaking” components of various devices, sometimes said images are more reliable and authentic than others) and are claimed to originate from Foxconn, one of Apple’s manufacturing partners. Could these new images really foreshadow the next major iPhone refresh?

Leaked iPhone 6 Images Said To Originate From Foxconn

Naturally, as with other leaked components from years past, the latest images in question are grainy, low-resolution and feature poor lighting. Nevertheless, the re-captured pictures from a computer monitor shouldn’t be dismissed so abruptly, as these conditions are typical of early leaks.

The rear shell could very well be in alignment with recent rumors surrounding theiPhone 6, which suggest the device will likely feature a 4.7-inch display. While there have also been reports that suggest the iPhone 6 will come in a second, 5.5-inch variation, it’s likely the casing in today’s “leak” more closely matches the 4.7-inch size – although it’s hard to properly substantiate the measurements due to the poor image quality.

Furthermore, the apparent schematics in one of the images are of little help, as they don’t appear to highlight the raw measurements of the device. Also, the front of the supposed device is clearly absent from this latest set of pictures – however, other rumors have suggested that the iPhone 6 may sport an edge-to-edge design.

With that said, keep in mind that we’re still months away from Apple’s officialiPhone 6 announcement and that nothing is confirmed until Apple reveals their next flagship iPhone on-stage.

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Publié le 29 Mars 2014

iOS 7.1 Jailbreak Utilities, UnTethered iOS 8 Jailbreak And Scams Discussed

Jailbreak 7.1 Utilities,UnTethered iOS 8Jailbreak and Scams Discussed – After the shocking, albeit foreseen, blow to the jailbreak community when Apple issued iOS 7.1 to the public, in turn patching the evasi0n7 UnTethered jailbreak, a vast number of individuals desperately seeking a solution have regrettably fallen for despicable scams that now clutter the web. Although we’ve stated numerous times on Jailbreak Evasion Info, both before and after iOS 7.1′s release, that the latest firmware will patch theUnTethered iOS 7 jailbreak, we continue to receive questions pertaining to the iOS 7.1 firmware and whether it can be jailbroken. In today’s article, we’ll briefly discuss why it’s currently impossible to jailbreak 7.1 and the future of jailbreakutilities.

Jailbreak 7.1 and UnTethered iOS 8 Jailbreak Discussed

First, it’s important to understand that evasi0n7 will not currently, nor will it ever,support iOS 7.1 and jailbreak the firmware – those who updated will have to wait until the evad3rs release their next Untethered jailbreak.

Essentially, prior to releasing 7.1, Apple reverse engineered the evasi0n7 jailbreakto determine the vulnerabilities in iOS 7 that the tool exploited and simply closed said vulnerabilities in the public releases. Moreover, due to the fact that Apple is only signing 7.1 for iOS 7-powered devices, it’s impossible to restore (or even downgrade) to a firmware that’s supported by evasi0n7, like 7.0.6.

That’s not to say 7.1 cannot be jailbroken at all – in fact, it’s currently possible to achieve a Tethered jailbreak using GeekSn0w, which exclusively supports theiPhone 4 (refer to our tutorial for additional details).

As far as the future of jailbreaking is concerned, we know for a fact that the evad3rs will hold off on releasing their next UnTethered jailbreak until Apple issues both iOS 8 and their next round of iDevices. The team simply isn’t interested in burning through valuable exploits that could easily be patched by Apple without first having a justifiable reason to do so.

Additionally, while there have been videos floating around from various hackers such as winocm, the methods used to achieve root access in said videos do not apply to creating a public tool, as they most likely require the use of an Apple Developer account.

Although iOS 7.1′s future is relatively bleak, that of iOS 8′s is anything but. Stay tuned for complete coverage on the next UnTethered jailbreak for all iDevices and keep your browsers locked to Jailbreak Evasion Info.

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Publié le 23 Mars 2014

Jailbreak 7.1 Tethered iOS on iPhone 4 with GeekSn0w

Jailbreak 7.1 Tethered on iPhone 4 Tutorial using GeekSn0w – Today, while a vast number of jailbreakers across the globe are stillrecovering from Apple’s evasi0n7-patching iOS 7.1 firmware release, popular jailbreak tutorial YouTuber iCrackUriDevice created and released a new video tutorial on how to jailbreak 7.1 on the iPhone 4 using GeekSn0w. The new GeekSn0w for iOS 7.1 utility is based on developer winocm’s opensn0w project that utilizes Geohot’s now-outdated limera1n bootrom exploit from 2010. Unfortunately, in light of that fact, GeekSn0w’s support doesn’t extend beyond the iPhone 4 and, in a sense, it’s nothing new. While incredible, GeekSn0w is simply a modified and updated version of opensn0w and Geohot’s work from four years ago to achieve a Tethered iOS 7.1 jailbreak. The steps outlined in this written jailbreak 7.1 tutorial will function on both GSM and CDMA iPhone 4 models running iOS 7.1 – newer iDevice owners should refer to and use our UnTethered iOS 7.0.6 evasi0n tutorial if possible.

As mentioned above, the GeekSn0w jailbreak 7.1 utility is compatible with the following iPhone models on iOS 7.1:

  • iPhone 4 GSM (AT&T and Global editions)
  • iPhone 4 GSM Revision A
  • iPhone 4 CDMA (Verizon)

Furthermore, in light of the iOS 7.1 jailbreak’s “Tethered” nature, iPhone 4 owners will be required to boot their devices Tethered every time the power is cycled. Now that you’re aware of the obvious limitations of GeekSn0w, you can continue with this tutorial to achieve a Tethered 7.1 jailbreak on your iPhone 4.

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Paramount Jailbreak 7.1 Prerequisite Instructions

Before continuing with this Tethered jailbreak, ensure that you have the following:

  • An iPhone 4 on iOS 7.1 (Apple’s latest public firmware).
  • The GeekSn0w utility for Windows, Java Development Kit for 32-bit PCs, .NET Framework and the latest version of iTunes installed on your computer, all of which can be found in the download section of this article.

How To Jailbreak 7.1 Tethered Using GeekSn0w, Written And Video Tutorials

  1. Download GeekSn0w and all of the necessary files from our download section, listed below, to ensure that you have a genuine version of the utility.
  2. Once JDK (Java Development Kit) has been installed successfully, right click on the GeekSn0w executable and run the program as an administrator.
  3. Connect your iPhone 4 to your computer via a standard 30-pin USB cable and enter DFU mode by holding down both the home and power buttons for a total of ten seconds. Once ten seconds has passed, release the power button and continue holding the home button for an additional ten to fifteen seconds.
  4. Inside of GeekSn0w, click “Jailbreak” and select your specific iPhone model (as mentioned above, either GSM, GSM Revision A or CDMA). If you’re not certain which iPhone model you own, you can find additional information on Apple’s dedicated support page.
  5. Leave your iPhone connected to your computer and enter DFU mode when prompted to by GeekSn0w; refer to the third step if you require assistance for DFU mode. After the iPhone 4 reboots, the GeekSn0w utility will cause the device to auto-boot after approximately two minutes when it finishes the jailbreak process, requiring you to enter DFU mode for a third time (again, refer to the third step for assistance).
  6. Once the final reboot has finished, the iPhone 4 will have Cydia – however, it won’t be fully usable until it resprings, which is an automatic step that occurs after every reboot.
  • Note: as mentioned in the opening paragraphs of this jailbreak tutorial, you will need to boot your iPhone Tethered with GeekSn0w after every reboot.

Congratulations, after following just six basic and easy-to-comprehend steps, you’ve successfully jailbroken your iPhone 4 on iOS 7.1.

Jailbreak 7.1 Download Section

As always, thanks for reading and following our in-depth jailbreak 7.1 guide. Don’t forget to subscribe to our Jailbreak Evasion Info news feed, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and add us on Google+ to be immediately alerted when we publish future articles concerning iOS 7.1, GeekSn0w and the evad3rs’ upcoming iOS 8 jailbreak for future iDevices.

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Publié le 8 Mars 2014

iOS 7.1 Release Date Allegedly Leaked, Jailbreak Evasion Info Exclusive

Apple Prepares to Release iOS 7.1 and Jailbreak 7.1 Details – With iOS 7.1 on the horizon, the firmware that will regrettably patch the evasi0n7 iOS 7.0 through 7.0.6 UnTethered jailbreak utility, a vast majority of jailbreakers from around the globe are wondering when the company will issue 7.1 to the public, effectively patching the evasi0n jailbreak. Similar to when we previously confirmed that iOS 7.1 beta 5 closed additional vulnerabilities in iOS 7 that were exploited by evasi0n7 (whilst operating under our previous iJailbreakEvasion branding), we’ve obtained new inside info as to when Apple will issue the first iteration of iOS 7.1 to the masses. In today’s article, we’ll discuss the iOS 7.1 intel we managed to obtain from our contact deep within Apple.

Apple’s Alleged iOS 7.1 Release Date Plans

Although the firmware will regrettably patch the latest and only iOS 7 Untetheredjailbreak, there are precautions individuals who are interested in jailbreaking can take to avoid being locked out until the evad3rs release their next UnTetheredutility later this year after iOS 8 is made available. We’ll discuss the aforementioned once we share the primary topic of discussion: iOS 7.1′s release.

Previously it was believed that Apple would require devices to be on iOS 7.1 before installing their dedicated SXSW (South by Southwest) app, indicating that the company was planning a 7.1 public release before making their SXSW app widely available. However, that theory fell apart yesterday when a version of the app that didn’t rely on iOS 7.1 as dependency started rolling out on Apple’s App Store.

Now, our source who wishes to be kept anonymous claims that iOS 7.1 will be released next week.

While I can’t pin-point the exact date for you, I’ll provide a general timeframe for Apple’s likely 7.1 release. If Apple goes the route of GM, it won’t be a pressing matter; it’s [7.1] almost done.

As a matter of privacy and job security, our source informed us that Apple will “likely” release 7.1 next week. Given Apple’s past release history, it’s likely that the company will either release iOS 7.1 GM (Gold Master) or the finalized version on Monday, March 10th, 2014 or Friday, March 14th, 2014.

Additionally, considering “it’s almost done,” if Apple opts to release 7.1 GoldMaster, the company will almost certainly release the public iteration of 7.1 within a week of seeding GM. One plausible scenario is that Apple could release 7.1 GM on Monday and follow up the near-final Gold Master edition with the public version of 7.1 on Friday. However, it’s important to realize that this is simply a “likely timeframe” and 7.1 could very well be release the week after next.

For jailbreakers (we hate to be the bearers of bad news), but as previously mentioned, evasi0n7 will become obsolete on firmwares higher than 7.0.6. In preparation of 7.1′s release, those of you who have yet to update to 7.0.6 should do so immediately to take advantage of the firmware’s updated SSL security, as Apple will no longer sign 7.0.6 once 7.1 goes public. To update to 7.0.6, we advise following our guide on the topic and then completing the process outlined in our in-depth jailbreak tutorial.

We’ll have additional details on both iOS 7.1 and jailbreaking in the days to come – stay tuned and keep your browsers locked to Jailbreak Evasion Info.

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Publié le 8 Mars 2014

iOS 7.0.6′s SSL Importance, Jailbreak 7.1 Impossible, Update Now While You Can

iOS 7.0.6′s Importance,Jailbreak 7.1 Impossible, Update Now Before Apple Issues 7.1 – An entire month ago, on February 4th, 2014, Apple seeded the fifth beta iteration of iOS 7.1 to registered developers; afirmware that we confirmed patches additional vulnerabilities exploited by the evasi0n7 UnTethered jailbreak. Unfortunately, as we’ve stated for months, Apple’s public release of 7.1 will undeniably patch the current iOS 7 jailbreak, making this the perfect time to update to 7.0.6, as it will soon be impossible to jailbreak 7.1 Untethered on any iDevice. In this article, we’ll address a number of questions commonly asked by our readers pertaining to both iOS 7.0.6 and Apple’s upcoming 7.1 evasi0n7 patching firmware.

Jailbreak 7.1 UnTethered to be Impossible, Update to 7.0.6 Now

First, it’s important to understand that prior to iOS 7.0.6, all iterations of iOS 7 (and even iOS 6) have included a major SSL vulnerability. While most iPhone, iPad and iPod touch owners are aware of said vulnerability’s threat, the direness of the situation is often overlooked.

Essentially, the SSL security threat affects the way an iDevice connects to various services with an SSL certificate, such as Jailbreak Evasion Info or any other site that display https in its domain, allowing for easy access of information that’s supposed to be encrypted and sent directly to the site’s server.

The current common misconception is that it would require significant skill and effort to break Apple’s mobile SSL security protocols – as pod2g of the evad3rs put it, “the average script kiddy can do this on public wifi network with no effort”. At this point, if you’re wondering what the solution is to prevent the possibility of being targeted by a “script kiddy” whilst at your local Starbucks, it’s quite simple,update to 7.0.6 now before it’s too late.

Once Apple releases iOS 7.1 to the public, the company will effectively stop signing 7.0.6, making it both impossible to restore back to the latest and last public firmware supported by the evasi0n7 jailbreak and rendering any future prospect of jailbreaking before iOS 8 hopeless (additional information on post-jailbreak 7.1 opportunities will be available in a future article).

The security threat for those who are on any firmware other than iOS 7.0.6 is certainly real enough. Most individuals aren’t interested in the prospect of having to completely restore but unfortunately, that’s what has to be done. While there is a package available through Cydia that applies the SSL update to jailbroken non-7.0.6 devices, it’s the equivalent of “fixing” a high-performance car with duct tape and bubble gum, it won’t hold up.

Users who opt to install the fix via Cydia rather than restoring inside iTunes will likely encounter future issues that slowly degrade the usability of their device(s), eventually forcing them to upgrade to a firmware that isn’t supported by evasi0n7, locking them out of the ability to jailbreak for months.

If you have yet to restore to 7.0.6 and re-jailbreak, we highly advise doing so now by following our in-depth update and jailbreak tutorials, as Apple is rumored to release iOS 7.1 to the general public on March 15th.

We’ll have additional information on both iOS 7.1 and jailbreak 7.1 (post-release) details in the days and weeks to come, keep your browsers locked on JailbreakEvasion Info.

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Publié le 8 Mars 2014

Download Evasi0n7 1.0.7 iOS 7.0.6 Jailbreak Utility To Correct Update Issues

Download Evasi0n7 1.0.7 to Jailbreak 7.0.6 and Correct Update Issues – Today, ensuing the release of both iOS 7.0.6 and the 7.0.6 jailbreak-capable evasi0n 1.0.6 edition, the evad3rs have issued an update to their evasi0n7 Untethered jailbreak tool: evasi0n 1.0.7. As with past iterations of the utility, evasion7 1.0.7 is still a one-click jailbreak that’s capable of jailbreaking 7.0.6 on the iPhone 5S, iPhone 5C, iPhone 4S, iPhone 4, iPod touch 5, iPad Air, iPad mini 2, iPad 4, iPad 3, iPad 2 and iPad mini models. The primary reason the evad3rs released evasion 1.0.7 in the first place was to correct a “problem where the bundled package lists could not be updated by Cydia”. In this quick update article, you’ll find links to download evasi0n7 1.0.7 and our complete, and in-depth, jailbreak 7.0.6 tutorial.

Jailbreak 7.0.6 And Download Evasi0n7 1.0.7 With Official Download Links

In a brief tweet, the evad3rs alerted the masses that the latest evasion7 1.0.7 version of their utility is now available for immediate download. iDevice owners who are currently jailbroken on iOS 7.0.6 that aren’t receiving Cydia updates are the only individuals who should “re-jailbreak”.

As previously mentioned, the evad3rs’ latest evasi0n7 1.0.7 UnTethered jailbreak7.0.6 tool functions on the following iOS 7 iPad, iPhone and iPod models:

  • iPad Air
  • iPhone 5S (the latest A7-based iterations)
  • iPhone 5C
  • iPad Mini 2 Retina (2nd generation iPad mini models)
  • iPhone 5
  • iPhone 4S
  • iPhone 4
  • iPad mini
  • iPad 4
  • iPad 3
  • iPad 2
  • iPod Touch 5th generation versions

If you have yet to jailbreak 7.0.6 or your iDevice is previously jailbroken on an earlier iteration of iOS 7 (e.g. 7.0.4), we strongly advise following our guide to assist you in both updating and jailbreaking 7.0.6 Untethered.

Download Evasi0n7 1.0.7 for Mac OS X-based computers
Download Evasi0n 1.0.7 for Windows 8, 7, Vista and XP-powered PCs

Download Evasion7 1.0.7 Requirements:

The following is the exact list of iOS 7.0.6 jailbreak requirements for the UnTethered evasi0n7 1.0.7 utility that the evad3rs have on their official site.

  • 5 minutes of your time!
  • A computer, running Windows (XP minimum), Mac OS X (10.6 minimum) or Linux (x86 / x86_64)
  • iTunes installed if you’re running Windows
  • An iPhone, iPad or iPod running iOS 7.0 through 7.0.6 (you may check inSettings / General / About => Version)
  • A USB cable to connect the device to the computer

Jailbreak Download evasi0n7 Note: In addition to evasi0n7 1.0.7, you must have the latest version of iTunes installed on OS X or a Windows-based computer before you can jailbreak your iPhone, iPod touch or iPad on Apple’s iOS 7.0.4, 7.0.5 and 7.0.6 firmwares.

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Publié le 22 Février 2014

Today, in an unusual and certainly unexpected release, Apple issued iOS 7.0.6 for all iPhone, iPad and iPod touch models on previous iterations of iOS 7. Currently, we’re all wondering, the staff of iJailbreak Evasi0n and the evad3rs included, whether it’s possible to jailbreak 7.0.6 using the evasi0n7 UnTethered utility. All iDevice owners, even those who are jailbroken, should start receiving notifications to update either via the Settings app or through iTunes on a computer, whichcould certainly patch the latest evasi0n jailbreak.


Although it’s too early to rule out 7.0.6 as a threat to jailbreakers, MuscleNerd has already tweeted words of caution surrounding the new iOS 7 update.


However, the possibility of 7.0.6 being jailbreakable exists, as Apple left the vulnerabilities exploited by evasi0n unpatched in their somewhat recent release of 7.0.5 for select non-US iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C models three weeks ago.

As far as the actual update itself is concerned, 7.0.6 is a relatively minor update that appears to mostly deliver a correction for SSL connection verification.

Also, as previously mentioned, there’s a chance that like 7.0.5, the new iOS 7.0.6 update was a rushed release to rectify an issue that Apple felt couldn’t be left unattended until the company’s forthcoming release of 7.1, which has already been confirmed to patch the evasi0n jailbreak.

We’ll have additional information on how the jailbreak is, or isn’t, affected by iOS 7.0.6 in the days to come, but for now, it would certainly be best to avoid thefirmware if you wish to maintain your iDevice’s jailbroken state.

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