Available for both Windows and Mac users, Evasi0n iOS 7 jailbreak works on all iPhone, iPad and iPod touch models running iOS 7.0, 7.0.1, 7.0.2, 7.0.3 , 7.0.4, 7.0.5, 7.0.6
Available for both Windows and Mac users, Evasi0n iOS 7 jailbreak works on all iPhone, iPad and iPod touch models running iOS 7.0, 7.0.1, 7.0.2, 7.0.3 and 7.0.4.
After communicating to be in possession of an exploit in iBoot jailbreak to ensure that life on devices with A5 processor and A5X, the odd couple formed by iH8sn0w and Winocm back to talk to itself. According to the last two tweets a hacker, it would seem that the A7 processor 64-bit versions of iPhone 5s is not so inviolable as it might initially seem!
Thirty years ago the Macintosh promised to put technology in the hands of the people.
On 24 January 1984 Apple introduced the Macintosh, with a promise: “that the power of technology, placed in the hands of everyone, would change the world.” On January 24, 2014, Apple has sent 15 crews from all over the world for show how this promise has become a reality.
Evad3rs have just released Evasi0n v1.0.5 for untethered iOS 7.0.5 jailbreak.
iOS hacker iH8sn0w has discovered a way to untether jailbreak devices powered by the Apple A5(X) processor for life, which includes the iPhone 4s, iPod touch 5, the iPad 2 / 3 and iPad mini. Details are relatively scarce at this moment regarding the iBoot exploit, although if the exploits were ever bound together and released in the form of a jailbreak utility, those in ownership of either device would be able to enjoy an potentially indefinite, untethered jailbreak.
To make evasi0n work with iOS 7.0.5 one way is to patch 11B511 into 11B601 in the binary. Ehmm btw… the patch are not hex bytes but simple ASCII iOS build numbers that need to be fixed.
Apple just released iOS 7.0.5 download links for select devices.
The update is not installed on the iPhone 4S or iPhone 4. The software is in fact designed to fix some bugs, especially related to the models of the two new smartphones purchased in China.
It’s January, 1984. Steve Jobs, nattily attired in a double-breasted suit, is demonstrating Apple’s breakthrough personal computer, Macintosh, before a packed room. He speaks alarmingly of a future controlled by IBM, and shows a dystopian commercial based on that theme. He says that the Mac is “insanely great” and plucks the diminutive machine from a bag; it talks for itself. Screens of a graphical user interface — something few people had seen at the time — swoop by. The theme from Chariots of Fire swells. Jobs beams, as only he could.
The path to a jailbroken device has often proved to be full of hurdles and unforeseen obstacles. History has already shown us on more than one occasion that releasing a jailbreak can delight and infuriate users in equal measure, something that has once again been proven with the release of Evasi0n7.