Publié le 15 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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Rédigé par christo media

Publié le 8 Août 2014

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

iPhone Unlocking Now Legal, iOS 7.1.2 Unlock iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, 5, iPhone 4S, 4 Tutorial and Price Drops are Inevitable – While Apple’s impending7.1.3 update will certainly patch the current UnTethered iOS 7.1 through 7.1.2 jailbreak utility, it’s currently a great time for jailbreakers the world over. In addition to being able to jailbreak the latest public firmware, being iOS 7.1.2, we’ve highlighted in a detailed article how it’s possible to upgrade to iOS 8 beta 5 to test the firmware and then downgrade back to, and jailbreak, 7.1.2 – we haven’t had a period as incredible as this in years. However, what about freedom when it comes to iPhone carriers? While we can achieve root access by jailbreaking, unlocking an iPhone, let’s use unlocking an AT&T iPhone 5s for use on T-Mobile as an example, has been a completely different story, until now. Last week, following unanimous approval in the major branches of government, President Obama confirmed that he will sign the Unlocking Consumer and Wireless Competition Act into law, which will affect all cellphone owners in the United States, particularly those who are looking to Unlock iPhones, including devices like the latest iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c on iOS 7.1.2!

iPhone Unlocking Now Legal – Price Of iPhone Unlocks To Drop

For those of you who aren’t familiar with the current unlocking situation, when the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (commonly referred to as the DMCA) was up for review in 2013, the section that authorized theunlocking of cellphones wasn’t renewed and, therefore, unlocking became“illegal” in the eyes of the United States law.

However, now thanks to the new Unlocking Consumer and Wireless Competition Act, unlocking will be officially be considered legal and those in desperate need of unlocking their iPhones on iOS 7.1 or 7.1.2 will be able to more easily do so with the new services that are bound to come into fruition in light of this act.

Additionally, due to the previously considered taboo act of unlocking, prices of IMEI (hardware unlocks) skyrocketed, the availability dropped off and the reliability of actually receiving the service that was paid for became almost nonexistent.

Again though, with the new act that’s about to be passed into law, all of the aforementioned difficulties involved with unlocking iPhones will change. As moreIMEI iPhone unlock 7.1.2 services establish themselves, competition will increase and the current high prices will start to drop.

Unlock iPhone 5s Possible Without A 7.1.2 Jailbreak

While we cannot, in good conscience, recommend a service at the moment, as the majority aren’t able to deliver, let us know by voting on the above poll and commenting if you’d be interested in Evasi0n Jailbreak providing full iPhone Unlocks for all firmwares and models in the comment section, this of course includes the iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPhone 5c and unlocking the iPhone 5s on iOS 7.0 through 7.1.2.

Thank you for reading and don’t forget to subscribe to our Evasi0n Jailbreak Unlock iPhones news feed, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and add us on Google+ to be promptly notified when we publish future articles concerning unlocking, iOS 7.1.2 and new jailbreak utilities.

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Rédigé par christo media

Publié le 8 Août 2014

How To Install iOS 8 Beta 5 Free Without UDID – Downgrade To 7.1.2 And Jailbreak

How To Install iOS 8 Bet 5 Free Without a Registered Developer UDID, Download, Downgrade To and Jailbreak 7.1.2 – Today, exactly two weeks after releasing the fourth beta iteration of iOS 8 to registered iOS developers, Apple seeded iOS 8 beta 5 to those enrolled in the company’s official developer program. For those unfamiliar with the forthcoming major iOS installment, which is scheduled to be released later this fall, the massive update features a multitude of welcomed improvements to Apple’s mobile operating system, including Continuity to further bridge the gap between iOS and OS X, vastly improved notifications, numerous developer APIs to further improve apps and more. Also, because the incredible Pangu jailbreak 7.1.2 utility exists, those who decide to update to iOS 8 beta 5 will be able to downgrade to iOS 7.1.2 and effectively regain their ability to jailbreak iOS 7.1.2 fully untethered; our comprehensivePangu jailbreak 7.1 through 7.1.2 tutorial is available here. With that being said, in this educational tutorial, we’ll highlight a flaw in the way iTunes handles iOS 8 beta IPSW updates that enables all iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad models running iOS 7.1.2 to upgrade to iOS 8 beta 5 without having their UDIDs registered through an iOS Developer account, while avoiding activation errors that previously plagued beta updates.

Install iOS 8 Beta 5 Without UDID And Fix Activation Errors On iOS 8 Beta 5

Before reading further into this article, it’s paramount to understand that the process highlighted is strictly reserved for educational purposes to highlight a security flaw in the way iTunes handles Developer restore requests. Furthermore, due to Apple’s copyright of iOS 8, we will not (and cannot) provide direct iOS 8 beta 5 download links – you must download iOS 8.0 beta 5 through Apple’s official developer portal to personally test this security flaw. Also, when taking on a feat such as updating to iOS 8 beta 5 from 7.1.2, you agree and fully understand that you assume complete and total legal responsibility if the UDID of the device in question isn’t registered through a Developer account.

How To Install iOS 8 Beta 5 for Free Without UDID

Finally, because the iOS 8 beta 5 install process is virtually identical to that of beta 4, 3, 2 and 1′s, we’re merely going to link our readers to our in-depth beta 1 tutorial and highlight the prep work required prior to updating, as well as the necessary steps to revert back to, downgrade, and jailbreak 7.1.2, in today’s article.

  1. Backup your iPhone, iPod touch or iPad inside of iTunes, this includes the iPhone 5C, iPhone 5S, 5, 4S, 4, the 5th generation iPod Touch and the iPad Air, iPad Mini 2, iPad 4, 3.
  2. Initiate a full restore to iOS 7.1.2, which is currently the latest public firmware at the time of writing this article - this is a necessity.
  3. Commence a restore from the backup that was created when following the first step of this educational tutorial.
  4. Navigate to our in-depth iOS 8 beta 1 guide, follow the update procedure highlighted in said tutorial and then return to this article for important post-update and downgrade steps.
  5. Ensuing the completion of the iOS 8 beta 5 update, immediately disconnect your iPad, iPod touch or iPhone from your computer and refrain from connecting to iTunes in the future to ensure that you avoid the incredibly obnoxious activation errors.
  6. Reboot your iDevice to verify that it doesn’t experience any of the previously mentioned Activation Errors.

Hypothetically speaking, the completion of the above steps will officially install iOS 8 beta 5 on any iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch that was previously on iOS 7.1.2.

Downgrade To, And Jailbreak, 7.1.2 UnTethered
  • Once your iDevice is running iOS 8 beta 5, it’s possible to downgrade simply by restoring. First, enter recovery mode - to do so, connect to iTunes via a USB cable and hold down the home and power buttons together until iTunes detects that your device has entered recovery mode. Also, if you enabled iCloud’s ‘Find my iPhone’ feature, you’ll need to disable that prior to entering Recovery mode to ensure that you can downgrade.
  • iTunes will automatically switch to an overview screen for the device in recovery mode, at which point, simply click the ‘Restore’ button.
  • Once the iPod touch, iPad or iPhone is back to iOS 7.1.2, it’s possible to re-jailbreak by following our detailed Pangu jailbreak 7.1.2 tutorial, which is available here for your convenience.

If you find yourself confused by any of the information conveyed in this educational iOS 8 beta 5 article, we advise watching iCrackUriDevice’s video (the iOS 8 beta 5 install tutorial is embedded above).

Thank you for reading and don’t forget to subscribe to our Evasi0n Jailbreak iOS 8 beta 5 news feed, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and add us on Google+ to be instantaneously notified when we publish new articles regarding iOS 8 beta firmwares and future UnTethered jailbreak utilities.

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Rédigé par christo media

Publié le 1 Août 2014

iPhone 6 Leaked Housing And HD Gallery – Evasi0n Jailbreak Exclusive

iPhone 6 Back Housing Leaked, In-depth iPhone 5S vs iPhone 6 Comparison And HD Gallery – Currently, beyond the incredible Pangu jailbreak 7.1.2 utility for all iDevices, the most exciting news in the realm of all-things-Apple is undoubtedly information surrounding the company’s upcoming iPhone 6 smartphone. For those who aren’t up to speed on the latest rumors, the iPhone 6 will be Apple’s eighth generation iPhone (ninth when counting the iPhone 5c, but that is really more of a iPhone 5 variant than its own generation), and is widely expected to sport a drastic redesign, include significant improvements and will likely launch this fall. Today, the staff of Evasi0n Jailbreak, in collaboration with BestTechInfo and popular iOS and Apple YouTuber iCrackuriDevice, are incredibly thrilled to publish the first HD gallery of a leaked iPhone 6 rear shell component.

Leaked iPhone 6 Back Housing: Evasi0n Jailbreak Exclusive

In the video, which is embedded below for your convenience, iCrackUriDevice unpackages the back housing , compares it against that of the iPhone 5s, as well as the finalized production edition of the device, to highlight the extent of the fundamental differences between device generations.

In addition to the apparent relocation of the power and lock button to the right of the device, presumably to compensate for the larger design, the microphone and speaker grills have been entirely reimagined, the antenna breaks (or bands) have been drastically shifted and the internal structure vastly differs from that of its predecessor.

iPhone 6 Leaked Component Review and Unboxing

Furthermore, while our latest exclusive leak related to Apple’s forthcoming iPhone 6 is indubitably electrifying, we’ll provide further information regarding the device in a subsequent post within the next 24 hours, including detailed measurements, more thorough comparisons and an analysis of the cut out for the Apple logo.

That being said, without further ado, enjoy our comprehensive, and exclusive, look at the leaked iPhone 6 housing:

For those iDevice owners in learning how to earn paid iOS 7 through 7.1.2 App Store apps for Free, with or without a Jailbreak, we suggest visiting our tutorial on FreeAppLife.

In conclusion, the iPhone 6 is rumored to be announced in September during a special Apple event, at which time the company will also announce their release plans for the device. As perviously stated, stay tuned for an additional comparison, hands-on and measurements video for the iPhone 6 component pictured above.

Thank you for reading and don’t forget to subscribe to our Evasi0n Jailbreak iPhone 6 news feed, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and add us on Google+ to be expediently notified when we publish future articles concerning Apple’s upcoming iPhone 6, as well as our coverage on iOS 8 and future jailbreak utilities.

iPhone 6 Leaked Housing And HD Gallery – Evasi0n Jailbreak Exclusive
iPhone 6 Leaked Housing And HD Gallery – Evasi0n Jailbreak ExclusiveiPhone 6 Leaked Housing And HD Gallery – Evasi0n Jailbreak Exclusive
iPhone 6 Leaked Housing And HD Gallery – Evasi0n Jailbreak ExclusiveiPhone 6 Leaked Housing And HD Gallery – Evasi0n Jailbreak Exclusive

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Rédigé par christo media

Publié le 26 Juillet 2014

While Apple Allows Pangu Jailbreak 7.1.2 Utility to Exist, The 7.1.3 Jailbreak Patch is Imminent – Today, the staff of Evasi0n Jailbreak opted to address a topic related to not only the UnTethered Pangu jailbreak 7.1.2 utility for all iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices, but also to Apple’s forthcoming iOS 7.1.3 jailbreak patching firmware. Although it’s certainly an ideal time to enter the world of jailbreaking, as Pangu remains capable of fully jailbreaking Apple’s latest public firmware, (iOS 7.1.2) that doesn’t mean this ideal situation will last; 7.1.3 will indubitably patch the jailbreak 7.1.2 utility, it’s merely a matter of time. With that being said, why is it that Apple seemingly gives jailbreakers ample opportunity to jailbreak certain firmwares, as was the case with iOS 6 through 6.1.2 (the original evasi0n utility) and iOS 7 through 7.0.6 (the evasi0n7 tool, prior to Pangu’s release for 7.1.x), but not others like the now-ancient JailbreakMe web-based solutions, which were patched in a matter of days? Essentially, as we alluded to in a recent article that briefly overlapped with today’s topic, Apple values jailbreakers as a vital part of the iOS ecosystem, most of the time.

Pangu Jailbreak iOS 7.1.2 Utility Sanctioned To Exist By Apple – 7.1.3 Jailbreak Patch Imminent

Now before instantly jumping to conclusions regarding jailbreaking and Apple’s outlook on the process, there are several important points that must be understood.

First and foremost, Apple is a multi-billion dollar company that could easily thwart the efforts of hackers and squash the bugs that certain utilities, such as Pangu, utilize with new jailbreak-patching firmwares in days, not weeks or month.

It’s by choice that Apple hasn’t patched the Pangu jailbreak and took their time with multiple iterations of iOS 6 and iOS 7 before patching evasi0n and evasi0n7, respectively. If threatened, which has been the case with the browser-based JailbreakMe solutions, Apple has proven themselves by taking action immediately – it merely took periods of a few short days for the JailbreakMe tools to be patched.

Why Allow Pangu To Jailbreak The Latest Public Firmware, Being iOS 7.1.2?

So why was Apple so adamant about patching JailbreakMe when they’re more lenient when it comes to other utilities? To answer that question as simply as possible: JailbreakMe was a tool that functions on a device inside of Safari itself that delivered an incredibly powerful userland exploit by way of a PDF vulnerability, which left iOS extremely vulnerable – therefore, the patch was deemed urgent.

Moreover, looking back to the days before evasi0n, an amazing jailbreak utility by the name of Absinthe 2 from the quondam Chronic Dev Team was issued for iOS 5.1.1, which remained unpatched for months until Apple released 6.0 to the public.

This favoritism towards certain jailbreak solutions all but confirms that Apple recognizes jailbreakers as valued Apple customers and likely realizes that said jailbreakers’ purchase of new devices is contingent upon jailbreaking and allows certain utilities to exist long beyond the time it would actually take the company to patch them, so long as it’s on their terms.

Pangu Jailbreak 7.1.2 iOS 7.1.3 Patch Is On Its Way – Jailbreak Now!

However, as a reminder, don’t become too comfortable with the iOS 7.1.2 jailbreaksituation, take advantage of this current opportunity to jailbreak Apple’s latest public firmware if you have yet to – we strongly advise following our in-depth Pangu jailbreak 7.1.2 UnTethered tutorial.

Also, for a fantastically detailed audible iteration of the written content found in today’s article, we recommend watching jailbreak YouTuber iCrackUriDevice’slatest video, which can be found embedded above.

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Apple Allows Pangu Jailbreak iOS 7.1.2 Utility To Exist – 7.1.3 Patch Imminent

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