I wasn't.Nice one trying to be a smartass.
But the result is the same.No one working on it does not mean it's unjailbreakable.
Even if true, it doesn't mean a jailbreak to iOS 7 will come. And that's what the OP is talking about.No software is immune to hack.
Once a new firmware comes out they won't worry about 6.1.4. That's just how they roll. They concentrate on the current firmware. If that 6.1.4 exploit doesn't work on iOS 7, they just move on and find another exploit for iOS 7. If the new exploit just happens to also work on older firmwares, awesome, but that is not what their primary goal is.ok, to clarify, what I meant was or assumed is that there were some exploits available (saved) and rather using it to work on 6.1.3/6.1.4 jailbreak, they wanted to save it for ios7. Is that correct?
If so, let's say, when ios7 comes out, and these exploits can't be used on ios7, would they used the exploits to work on 6.1.3/6.1.4 jailbreak?
Or maybe I just don't know too much about jailbreaking lol.