Not to be left out of the fun, iDevice users running either iOS 6.1.3 or iOS 6.1.4 (the last stable releases of Apple’s iOS 6) can now jailbreak their iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch using a new jailbreak solution called “p0sixspwn.”
The jailbreak solution has been developed by three iOS hackers, @iH8sn0w, @winocm, and @SquiffyPwn, and it’s been in the cards for some time. Though we’d heard that the jailbreak solution could see a 2014 release (rather than its “definite ETA” of 2013), the three hackers have worked hard to bring iDevice users the jailbreak solution this side of the New Year.
— iH8sn0w (@iH8sn0w) December 30, 2013
You can download p0sixspwn for iDevices running iOS 6.1.3 and iOS 6.1.4 by visiting the jailbreak solution’s dedicated website, p0sixspwn.com. The app has already been updated to version 1.0.1 to resolve a problem concerning the fifth-generation iPod touch, and it’s available for both OS X and Windows.
Here’s our video tutorial to help walk you through the jailbreak process:
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We’ll keep you updated with further information as we receive it.
If you’re looking to jailbreak iOS 7, the evad3rs released their highly anticipated evasi0n7 jailbreak tool earlier this month. Though a large number of jailbreak tweaks aren’t compatible with iOS 7, a growing number have been optimized for the mobile OS. As of this writing, however, we’re still waiting for a MobileSubstrate update to bring support for Apple’s A7-powered iDevices.
See also: Concept: Interactive Notifications Is A Feature iOS 8 Definitely Needs, Apple’s Flagship Store In Brisbane, Australia Expected To Open Soon, and App Store Gaming Classic Cro-Mag Rally Gains Support For Apple’s A7 64-Bit Chip.