A new report surfaced earlier this morning with claims that evasi0n7 jailbreak will provide its services to general public openly for three months or till March, 2014. The report claims that Apple is working on iOS 7.1 beta versions, and the final version of iOS 7.1 for public is not coming before March, 2014.
Apple has already seeded iOS 7.1 beta 2 download to its developers last week, with continuously asking them to deeply test their applications with all new iOS 7 settings. The latest iOS 7.1 beta suggests that Apple is working on some features for iOS 7 running devices that will delay the launch of final version till March. The report comes from one of the trusted sources of BGR, and Jonathan Geller says that Apple is more interested in working on new features than rolling out an update to fix jailbreak exploits.
It is no more secret that jailbreakers and Apple has cat & mouse game between them for years, but with massive change in Apple’s administration things are relatively going to change big time. The next big update of iOS 7 is nearly three months away from the general public launch, which forces us to assume that evasi0n7 jailbreak will provide its services for at least three months to public.
The evasi0n7 jailbreak launched earlier this week with lot of surprises, and controversies for everyone around the communities. Itself jailbreak community is still handling with iOS 7 jailbreak tweak updates and major roll outs.
We can further assume that evasi0n7 jailbreak exploits will be fixed in upcoming iOS 7 beta 3 update, as the update is targeting on fixing bugs and bringing real improvement to iOS 7.x running devices.
However, if you are an iOS 7 Jailbreak lover then this is the very correct time to run evasi0n7 jailbreak on your device, and install new Cydia for iOS 7 on your iPhone 5s.
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