Apple's latest iOS update puts the whammy on the popular jailbreak tool, so Evasi0n users will probably want to stick with iOS 6.1.2.
Apple's next iOS update could shut down a popular jailbreaking tool, a move that's been long expected.
The latest version of the popular hacking tool officially works with Apple's recently released iOS 6.1.2.
The company tweaks its online warning for iOS users who choose to make unauthorized modifications to their devices.
The first beta of iOS 6.1.1 doesn't block the popular new jailbreak, though Apple could be saving that feature for the final version.
An update to the popular new jailbreak tool addresses issues with reboots and the default iOS Weather app.
Released on Monday, the new jailbreak led to 1.7 million downloads by the following morning, according to Cydia's appstore administrator.
You're only a few minutes away from a jailbroken iOS 7 device, running your favorite tweaks, and experimenting with new features.
The bypass allows deeper access to devices running iOS 7.0 through 7.0.4, the Evasi0n team says.