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With iOS 7.1, Apple has patched the exploits used by evasion7 and currently there is no word on a public release for an iOS 7.1+ jailbreak. However, that doesn’t mean that iOS 7.1+ can’t be jailbroken. Just today, i0n1c posted a photo of an iPhone 5c running iOS 7.1.1 with Cydia loaded on it and if you jump over the break, you can check out a video from winocm showing off an untethered jailbreak with Cyda loaded on an iPhone 4 running iOS 7.1.1. Again, there is no word on when an update jailbreak will be released, if any… Don’t believe the hype, and try your luck with random sources and most definitely do not pay for a jailbreak. IF an official iOS 7.1+ jailbreak will be released, we will let you know. Stay tuned….
If we got lucky the last time and evasion7 could jailbreak iOS 7.1 beta 3 , that doesn’t mean Apple is sleeping when it comes to jailbreaking their iOS. According to iH8sn0w the newly released iOS 7.1 beta 4 patches the kernel exploit used by the evasi0n jailbreak. However, and iOS 7.1 jailbreak is not out of the question since we don’t know what alternatives the evad3rs team can come up with. Besides, most probably the evasi0n7 tool was updated with iOS 7.1 beta 3 support and released to the public only because an unknown author has released a ‘cooked’ version of the tool to support the beta.
There are still a couple of beta releases to go before Apple releases iOS 7.1 to the public so be patient and don’t forget the golden rule: stay away from that firmware update button.
In case you missed it, evasi0n7 was updated twice today. Once to v1.0.3 to include support for iOS 7.1b3 and various fixes, and one more time just now to v1.0.4 which includes important untether security fixes for the jailbreak of iOS 7.
Existing jailbreakers will be able to install the update via Cydia as soon as Saurik refreshes his repo. If you want to jailbreak your device, download evasi0n7 v1.0.4 below and follow this tutorial
Download evasion7 v1.0.4:
evasi0n7 has been updated to v1.0.3 and it now includes an updated Cydia bundle and fixes a problematic issue that could cause a boot loop on the iPad Mini with Retina display. The tool also brings support for iOS 7.1b3 which was previously jailbroken with a modified unofficial evasi0n7 tool.
If you’re already jailbroken there is no reason to re-jailbreak your device using the updated tool. Also, there is no reason to update to iOS 7.1b3. Jailbreakers should make a rule and stay away from any beta updates ( also stay away from that update button when Apple drops any iOS update ).
If you din’t jailbreak your device yet, download evasi0n from the links below and follow this tutorial
Download evasion7 v1.0.3:
Today Apple released iOS 7.1 beta 3 to developers which comes with a bunch of UI changes and bug fixes. iH8sn0w confirmed that the new beta doesn’t patch the evasi0n7, but the current tool won’t jailbreak the new beta. However, if you’re feeling adventurous, there’s a ‘cooked’ version of evasi0n7 that will jailbreak.
Jump over the break to check out how to jailbreak iOS 7.1 beta 3…