The Unlock-Jailbreak.net Dream Team has finally released two back-to-back updates, one for the untether jailbreak iPhone 5,4S iOS 6.1.4/6.1.3 package in Cydia and the other to improve boot-up times of jailbroken devices. The former brings an updated version 0.4-1 to resolve intermittent boot issues with some jailbroken devices, while the latter ( v1.5) speeds up boot-up times of affected iOS 6 devices jailbroken with the tool.
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The v1.5 adds an updated Cydia package list, which gets automatically loaded to your device during the jailbreak iPhone 5,4S iOS 6.1.4/6.1.3 untethered process. Earlier this week, 1.4 was released by the www.unlock-jailbreak.net team to add support for iOS 6.1.3/6.1.4 untethered jailbreak and also fix widespread issues with the Exchange Calendar bug.
Many iPhone users who have upgraded to iOS 6.1.3 and 6.1.4 (exclusive to iPhone 5 OS) have been waiting for an Evasi0n jailbreak utility. Now it looks like iOS 7 has been jailbroken, so hackers have proven once more that Apple is still not able to put an end to jailbreaking. At least not yet. The last unlock-jailbreak.net utility released was for iOS 6.1.2. It was a massive hit for jailbreaking iOS 6 for millions of Apple device users from late 2012. However, the evad3rs skipped iOS 7.0 , which blocked a lot of exploits that the hackers used to develop their jailbreak. Fears arose that Apple may have been successful in discouraging the jailbreakers.
The team , however, said there are still remaining exploits. They just wanted to wait for the next major iOS update before releasing a fresh jailbreak code. Three weeks since iOS 7 was unveiled, the evad3rs have not yet teased some tweaking developments. They have, however, hinted an evasi0n jailbreak will come out when iOS7 is rolled out for public use.
Other hackers have clearly been exploring, too. In fact, a major clue of iOS 7 jailbreak has been shown off on Twitter recently. Developer Ryan Petrich (@rpetrich) teased-tweeted on Monday an image of what seems to be a jailbroken iPod Touch. (See image above.)
Petrich has worked on a number of iPhone hacks in the past. Activator, the utility used on the jailbroken iPod touch, is only one of his works. He also delivered DietBar, FullForce and LiveClock to iDevice users.
As iDownloadBlog notes, users who are experiencing boot issues can restore their devices using iTunes and then jailbreak it using evasi0n 1.5. However, it is recommended that you perform a clean restore (not a restore from backup, but rather a fresh install), as it can end persistent issues such as battery problems and boot issues.
If you are using Ultrasn0w to unlock your iPhone, then avoid updating. iPhone dev teams are yet to release Redsn0w or PwnageTool with support for iOS 6.x untethered jailbreak, which enables the creation of custom iOS firmware file for updating to iOS 6.1.2 with baseband preservation.
Another developer on Twitter, Jason Hill (@p0sixninja) is set to launch what he calls an open jailbreak. Wait for the confirmation message reading “Jailbreak Complete” on the unlock-jailbreak.net window and now your device will reboot to the logo with brief messages pertaining to the status of the jailbreak.