The iOS 6.1.3 beta 2 upgrade evasi0n not work with Apple, according to one of the developers behind the untethered jailbreak for the iPhone 5 and the new iOS devices.
Last beta of Apple, the company started pushing iOS developers last week, one of the five patches errors evasi0n jailbreak exploits, evasi0n creator David Wang told Forbes.
“If a vulnerability is not working, evasi0n not work,” said Wang
“We could replace that part with a different vulnerability, but [Apple] probably solve most if not all the mistakes that we used when 6.1.3 comes out.”
Apple Bane in the untethered jailbreak three weeks old, does not mean that this is the end of the Cydia jailbreak store or custom software on iOS devices.
Wang told Forbes that his team “evad3rs” found other errors in the iOS platform, in addition to the aforementioned five exploits, and could build a brand new jailbreak based on them.
Yes, change Apple looks set to be the last update in the ongoing game of cat and mouse between the Cupertino company and the jailbreak community.
As the first untethered jailbreak iOS 6, was downloaded 270,000 times evasi0n as soon as it was launched. He continued to break records with nearly 7 million downloads in the next four days.
As avid users of Cydia is to avoid updating the iOS 6.1.3 patch may be essential for other security-oriented iPhone and iPad users.
Besides patching one of five exploits used by jailbreak untethered evasi0n, the iOS 6.1.3 update is set to fix the bug lockscreen persistent.
Although Apple knew about this bug lockscreen before released iOS 6.1.2 update, users can bypass the lockscreen not so sure, not going to the “need” four-digit password.
Again, the benefits of a jailbroken iOS device comes with giving up a little security.