After seeing iOS 7.0.4 on my new iPad air, I can say that I wouldn't be able to contain myself if the public release of iOS 7.1 IS jailbroken!My prediction: Apple will not close the exploit until after iOS 7.1 GM.
The Jailbreak is making iOS 7 appear better in tech sites while Apple sorts out that unfinished mess.
I don't think it comes down to whether or not Apple decides to be nice. It will just be how long it will take them to patch one of the exploits, how much it will cost (both real-time and the cost of whoever works on patching it to have been working on something else instead). And probably the biggest part, how much of a security threat these exploits actually are.It's very possible but I feel like apple gave three us a bone a couple years ago
That's not the evasi0n twitter page.Judging by the Evasi0n twitter page, the exploit has been patched in beta 3.
I judge you have been following a wrong account.Judging by the Evasi0n twitter page, the exploit has been patched in beta 3.
After the whole 6.1.3/4/5 jailbreak, I wouldn't really trust much from iH8sn0w. May be better to wait to see what MuscleNerd, pod2g, and planetbeing have to say.https://mobile.twitter.com/iH8sn0w/status/420684201935908864?screen_name=iH8sn0w
Looks like its still vulnerable.
Fair enough.I hear you but it's been cited by less credible sources too
I'd wager it is indeed vulnerable
It wouldn't matter, because of the expiration date on the beta, especially if there isn't a downgrade path back to 7.0.4.If the final IS patched and evad3rs can't jailbreak it, this forum better get ready for the onslaught of people asking how to install the beta!
there is a reason why they call it a BETA, especially when it is supposed to be buggy, not stable, etc. If those 'masses' don't like it, too bloody bad.I foresee an all out civil war between the masses and the "devs" that chime in about how the betas are for devs only....
Drop the attitude, please. We're on an Internet forum...It wouldn't matter, because of the expiration date on the beta, especially if there isn't a downgrade path back to 7.0.4.
there is a reason why they call it a BETA, especially when it is supposed to be buggy, not stable, etc. If those 'masses' don't like it, too bloody bad.
Disclaimer: I'm not a developer, I'm a sysadmin who deals with developer and production code on a daily basis.