How To Jailbreak 7.0.4 iOS Tethered With RageBreak For Windows

iOS Jailbreak 7.0.4 Tutorial with RageBreak for Windows Today, after having recently posted my iOS 7.0.4 Jailbreak tutorial for the iPhone 4 using a tool called RageBreak, I’ve decided to create another in-depth guide on the utility for Windows users. As with the previous tutorial, RageBreak is simply based on winocm’s opensn0w project, which makes use of Geohot’s 2010 limera1n hardware exploit. Due to the nature of said exploit, it’s impossible for Apple to patch the Jailbreak for supported devices – Apple’s only play was to release new hardware, which obviously they’ve done since the release of the iPhone 4.

Jailbreak 7.0.4 Tethered iPhone 4, iOS 7 RageBreak And Cydia

How to Jailbreak 7.0.4 Tethered on iPhone 4 with RageBreak Following Apple’s Release of iOS 7.0.4 last week, I’ve decided to bring my viewers and readers a new Jailbreak tutorial for the firmware. Unfortunately, because the evad3rs’ iOS 7 utility has yet to be released, this tutorial is restricted to iPhone 4 owners. The tool, RageBreak, demonstrated in this guide is based off winocm’s Opensn0w project, which utilizes Geohot’s old limera1n exploit, which was discovered back in 2010 and all previously supported devices have since been phased out. Moreover, RageBreak implements Saurik’s iOS 6 version of Cydia with modifications to

Apple Releases 7.1 Beta 1, Upcoming iOS 7 Utility To Jailbreak 7.1

Earlier today, Apple released the first beta version of iOS 7.1 to developers. The latest update, which can be found in Apple’s Developer Center, is currently reserved for those who are enrolled in the company’s iOS Developer program. Unlike previous firmware, the 7.1 beta IPSW carries a new build number: 11D5099e. Although it’s still too early to be 100 percent certain, as pointed out by Jailbreak iOS Evasion, it’s likely that 7.1 doesn’t impact the evad3rs upcoming iOS 7 Jailbreak utility – it has a great chance of Jailbreaking 7.1.

Apple Releases iOS 7.0.4, Jailbreakers Are Safe To Update

Today, following Apple’s recent surprise Retina iPad mini 2 release on the 12th, Apple issued an iOS 7 update to the public in the form of 7.0.4 to correct a number of issues that were still present in iOS 7. The new 7.0.4 update is now available to users via iOS’ simple and convenient over-the-ar update method and can also be found through iTunes.

Apple’s Retina iPad Mini 2 Now Available For Purchase [Updated]

Tonight, following numerous rumors that propagated around the blogosphere today regarding an early iPad mini 2 launch, Apple’s virtual store has been taken offline. Dozens of sites previously reported that Apple’s internal system is displaying annotations for service providers that suggest the newest “Retina” iPad mini will be released on November 12th.