The new iOS 6.1 jailbreak is live!
As expected, Apple released iOS 6.1 on January 28th, and based on the users’ stats, nearly 50% of iOS users upgraded to iOS 6.1 in the last week.
However the users claimed a lot of bugs to be present in this new iOS, hence suggesting that Apple could have spent more time for the release of iOS 6.1. Among the worst features they were claiming bad iOS 6.1 battery life, cell signal problems and an auto-brightness feature that doesn’t work as well as on the previous OS.
A jailbreak solution for the new iOS 6.1 version has been released yesterday, on 04/02/2013, for iPhone, iPad and iPod devices. It is an iOS 6.1 untethered jailbreak (meaning that users can install it on their iPhone and they don’t have to worry about a dead battery or restart requiring them to connect to a computer and jailbreak the device again) that is compatible with Windows (XP, 7 and Vista), OS X (10.5 and higher), as well as Linux (x86 / x86_64). Most of Apple’s latest devices can run iOS 6.0, 6.0.1, 6.0.2, and the new 6.1. Unlike previous jailbreak software, this one works on all of them once they have been updated to the new iOS. A backup is necessary first to ensure you won’t lose any data in case something goes wrong, the lock passcode must be disabled too. The iOS 6.1 jailbreak porcess should only take about five minutes, but you don’t open up iTunes or Xcode while it is running.
Find out more at http://www.unlock-jailbreak-iphone.com