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mfrashuer

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I'm reading on Yahoo where multiple people are talking that the release of 7 is already Jailbroken. is this true?


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chris

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I've yet to see any jailbreak for iOS 7. I have heard that the developers were holding back possible exploits to allow for an iOS 7 jailbreak. With the GM out today, I suppose we'll see if that's true.
 

mfrashuer

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Is there a jaibreak for iOS 7? I see on the Internet that there is but not believing it yet. If there is can you direct me to a legitimate area?


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Unfortunately there is not a jailbreak yet for iOS 7. They are talking about waiting until after iOS 7.1 is released and also any new devices come out to make sure a jailbreak works on them. Also Apple mean when it comes to jailbreaking which is why it takes a while.
 

Napoleon PhoneApart

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Unfortunately there is not a jailbreak yet for iOS 7. They are talking about waiting until after iOS 7.1 is released and also any new devices come out to make sure a jailbreak works on them. Also Apple mean when it comes to jailbreaking which is why it takes a while.
I think you're blowing the whole "Apple is mean" thing way out of proportion. What has Apple specifically done so far with iOS 7 to prevent jailbreaking? As far as I know, no available exploits have been patched yet. Someone correct me if I'm wrong.
 
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I think you're blowing the whole "Apple is mean" thing way out of proportion. What has Apple specifically done so far with iOS 7 to prevent jailbreaking? As far as I know, no available exploits have been patched yet. Someone correct me if I'm wrong.
I meant with the past operating softwares. As for iOS 7, this may patch exploits that the hackers found, meaning a longer delay on a release of a jailbreaking program. This is what all of us worry about. :)
 

Europa

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I meant with the past operating softwares. As for iOS 7, this may patch exploits that the hackers found, meaning a longer delay on a release of a jailbreaking program. This is what all of us worry about. :)
Nothing has changed. Apple has been trying to stop jailbreaking since 2007.

None of the expolits were patched in 7.0.1 - 7.0.4. I haven't heard about 7.1 yet, but it's doubtful that they patched them. It's not that they aren't bothering to do so; it's that they usually don't know where the exploits are until the jailbreak is released. They often quickly release a firmware update right after the jailbreak comes out just to patch those exploits and break the jailbreak.
 
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Nothing has changed. Apple has been trying to stop jailbreaking since 2007.

None of the expolits were patched in 7.0.1 - 7.0.4. I haven't heard about 7.1 yet, but it's doubtful that they patched them. It's not that they aren't bothering to do so; it's that they usually don't know where the exploits are until the jailbreak is released. They often quickly release a firmware update right after the jailbreak comes out just to patch those exploits and break the jailbreak.
Apple needs to be nice and just let us have what we want. I would do a smiley face there, but I am on the app.

Dear Apple,

Please just let us have our parties after every new device and OS.

Thank you.
 

Europa

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Apple needs to be nice and just let us have what we want. I would do a smiley face there, but I am on the app.

Dear Apple,

Please just let us have our parties after every new device and OS.

Thank you.
Dream on. It's never going to happen. For one, they'd lose too much money due to app piracy. And two, jailbreaking can cause instability. That's just a couple of the reasons...
 
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Dream on. It's never going to happen. For one, they'd lose too much money due to app piracy. And two, jailbreaking can cause instability. That's just a couple of the reasons...
Dang it! You crushed my letter. Maybe I'll have a dream tonight about Apple allowing us to do what we want.
 
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