Two New Vulnerabilities Discovered to Jailbreak iOS 6 Untethered

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Are you a jailbreak lover? If you are waiting for iOS 6 untethered jailbreak, then you will be happy to know that two new vulnerabilities have been discovered to jailbreak iOS 6 untethered. According to iPhone hacker and Chronic Dev team member pod2G, he has found two new vulnerabilities that will be used to jailbreak iOS 6. Pod2G has confirmed that iOS 6 jailbreak tool is not ready for public release as he was unable to discover the initial code execution. You should note that pod2G is working with Planetbeing to release iOS 6 jailbreak tool.

Two New Vulnerabilities Discovered to Jailbreak iOS 6 Untethered

If you are a jailbreak lover, then you must be thinking about the release date of iOS 6 untethered jailbreak. It is expected soon pod2G will release this jailbreak tool as he has found two new vulnerabilities. This is a great news for iPhone users who are waiting to jailbreak iOS 6 untethered. We are hoping soon pod2G will be able to discover the initial code execution and he will release the jailbreak tool. Recently Planetbeing has reported that untethered jailbreak for iOS 6.0.2 is completed and he has successfully jailbroken his iPhone 5 on iOS 6.0.2. It has confirmed that iPhone 5 users will be able to jailbreak their iOS device untethered on iOS 6.0.2. Planetbeing has claimed that there are some reason due to which he will not release iOS 6.0.2 untethered jailbreak now. You don’t need to connect your iPhone 5 to the PC every time you restart it after untethered jailbreak.

Still no word from pod2G regarding the release date of iOS 6 jailbreak tool. If you want to jailbreak your iPhone 5 untethered in the future, then you should upgrade your iPhone to iOS 6.0.2. It is expected that other iOS device users will also be able to get iOS 6.0.2 untethered jailbreak. You should note that iOS 6.0.2 is compatible with iPhone 5 and iPad mini. It does not support iPad 4, iPad 2, iPad mini, iPhone 4S, iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPod touch 5G, iPod touch 4G and new iPad.

Rudra

Rudra is an engineer and covers everything related to Apple. He keeps Techcular updated with latest Mac, iPhone, iPad, and Jailbreak articles.

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