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Earlier today when Apple released iOS 6.1.2, the first thought was whether they had fixed the evasi0n exploit. Fortunately the newest update was not to fix it but to bring some other patches like Exchange bug etc.
The newest version of Evasi0n 1.5 is already out. You should download it to jailbreak your idevice.
Today Apple released iOS 6.1.1 to fix the bugs and issues related to cellular connectivity on iPhone 4S. However, this release doesn’t contain any patch to stop the working of evasi0n jailbreak.
Here is another update evasi0n v1.2 to fix more issues and bugs on iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch devices.
No software is perfect, especially at the time of release. Almost all apps and software contain some bugs when they are made public. The same case happened with new evasi0n untethered jailbreak for iOS 6.1 jailbreak.
Update: The overall jailbreak process is same, but if you are facing any problem you should get the latest evasi0n version 1.5.
As you know Evasi0n 1.0 untethered iOS 6.1 jailbreak is now available for download, we decided to publish the complete step by step guide for those users who are new to this field.
Everyone was expecting the final release of Evasi0n jailbreak this Sunday but it couldn’t happen so due to the extensive testing. Now Evad3rs team has officially announced that they will release it tomorrow.
As Sunday is coming closer, we have more and more information regarding the untethered iOS 6.1 jailbreak. Evad3rs Team, which is working on this jailbreak has finally announced the name of their jailbreak. The official name is Evasi0n.
As iOS 6.1 is officially available for public, evad3rs group of jailbreakers has started to give the last touch to iOS 6.1 untethered jailbreak.
Early this morning Apple pushed out iOS 6.1 beta 4 to developers. Just like the previous beta releases, We can jailbreak fourth beta running on pre-A5 iPhone models with the help of Redsn0w. Though the iPhone Dev Team’s Redsn0w doesn’t support any beta release officially, but with a little trick we can get what we want.