by Joe White
August 6, 2012
Earlier today, Apple released iOS 6 beta 4 to registered developers, meaning folks with a developer account can test the sixth iteration of the company's mobile operating system on their iDevices before it launches to the general public. Fortunately for jailbreakers, this fourth beta - like those before it - is "jailbreakable," thanks to the iPhone Dev-Team's redsn0w jailbreak tool. Best of all, jailbreak fans don't even need to update redsn0w. The current version of the app (that's "redsn0w 0.9.13dev3") is already compatible with iOS 6 beta 4. However, potential jailbreakers should be aware that this version of redsn0w is designed for developers only. As a result, redsn0w 0.9.13dev3 only provides a tethered jailbreak solution, and won't even install Cydia on the iOS 6-powered iDevice. News regarding the jailbreak tool's compatibility was shared today by @MuscleNerd, of the iPhone Dev-Team, who noted in a Twitter update that:
JB devs can continue using redsn0w 0.9.13dev3 with todays iOS 6 beta4 (keep pointing redsn0w at iOS 6 beta3 IPSW) is.gd/MCbq7A — MuscleNerd (@MuscleNerd) August 6, 2012For more information, be sure to head over to the iPhone Dev-Team's website. Below, we've pasted in the Dev-Team's download links for redsn0w 0.9.13dev3.
Source: iPhone Dev-Team Via: @MuscleNerd