We recently posted a story about the long anticipated untethered iOS 6.1 jailbreak for iPhone5, which is coming this Sunday, now we can confirm the news. Jailbreak development team, EvasiOn, have launched a new website to provide status updates about the jailbreak release. The site is aimed at updating interested parties about the status and stage the jailbreaking team is currently.
Apple doesn't want to make it easy for hackers to find a hole in their OS, but little do they know that if they are smart, then the hacker community is smarter. Sooner or later, a jailbreak is bound to happen. And in the case of iOS 6, after four months, we'll be finally able to see the jailbreak released for iOS 6 to 6.1 devices this Sunday.
The jailbreak tool by Evad3rs will be named as Evasi0n. The website currently states that they have finished developing the jailbreak tool for Windows and OS X, but they're working on the Linux version. The next stage is the private beta testing. According to the website, the jailbreak process will require only 5 minutes of your precious time. The requirements are: an iPhone, iPad, iPad mini or iPod touch running on iOS 6.0 through 6.1 and a USB cable to connect the device to your computer.
For now, we don’t know how easy or hard this Evasi0n jailbreak tool will be, but for now, we’ll just keep our fingers crossed. It’s too early to say anything at this stage.
We'll keep you posted about the release of the jailbreak tool. Get ready to jailbreak your latest iPhone, iPod touch, iPad and iPad mini models.