by Joe White
July 1, 2013
Wondering if Apple's iOS 7 can be jailbroken? Well, the answer, according to a recent Twitter update from popular jailbreak developer Ryan Petrich (@rpetrich), is: "yes it can." Petrich's post, which included the above image of his Activator jailbreak tweak running on an iOS 7-powered iPod touch, reads:
System version too new? pic.twitter.com/i9yxKIvJHv — Ryan Petrich (@rpetrich) July 1, 2013Of course, this doesn't suggest that a jailbreak method for iOS 7 is in development, or that one will be available once the software update launches later this year. Instead, Petrich's Twitter update demonstrates that an iOS 7 jailbreak is, at the very least, possible. Whether a public release will be developed in time for the launch of iOS 7 remains to be seen. For more jailbreak related news, see: Cydia Tweak: HomeDisplay Adds A Second Status Bar To The Home Screen, Cydia Tweak: LiveWire Pro Adds Unlock Animations To Your Jailbroken Device, and Cydia Tweak: Disable All Of Your Alarms With A Single Swipe In The Clock App.