Or 6.1.4 for that matter. I know that these two iOS versions are 'impossible to jailbreak'. But I've also heard that certain developers have found exploits, but are saving them for iOS 7, because they don't want to reveal their hands to Apple at a too early stage. Correct? Now, my reasoning is this: once iOS 7 is jailbroken, those exploits will be public knowledge, and it would make no difference if those exploits were ported back to iOS 6. Alternatively, some of those exploits might be found not to work on 7, in which case it would do no harm to give them back to 6. In either of the above cases, when can we expect a jailbreak to happen? I ask this because I don't want iOS 7 on my iPhone 4S, for reasons that will not be discussed here. But I'm sure there are a lot of other users in the same boat, who would choose to hold out on the final releases of iOS 6, and still want to jailbreak. Lastly, there are some people who claim to have jailbroken iOS 6.1.3 already, like these guys. Should we trust them? And if not, why not?