As we all know, the iOS 7.1 major update is all about fixing already known security bugs on iOS devices around the world. As expected the iOS 7.1 major update extends its reach to fix all the security loop holes in iOS 7 running devices that allowed hackers to jailbreak iOS 7 devices. People around the world started asking questions about the availability of iOS 7.1 Jailbreak, and when it is going to launch.
During the launch of iOS 7 Jailbreak last year, we heard numerous claims from jailbreak hackers that they have got enough exploits to jailbreak upcoming iOS firmware versions, but none of them is planning to burn more security loop holes on iOS 7 running devices. Including iH8sn0w and many other hackers have their own exploits to work for upcoming devices, but Canadian jailbreak hacker, iH8sn0w announced on Twitter that one of his exploits are still working on iOS 7.1 running devices.
Last year, we caught him talking about iBoot exploit presence in A5X running devices. He claimed that his iBoot exploit is still available on iOS 7.1 for older generation iPhone and iPad devices, which makes him an interesting figure of Jailbreaking community.
The iBoot exploits we are talking about here are very second to bootrom exploits, and iBoot exploits are rare to find in iOS devices. Jailbreak hackers around the world are already working on launching iOS 7.1 beta jailbreak for developers only community, but iH8sn0w planning to save his exploits for the upcoming iOS 8 Jailbreak.
The hacker yet to announce any information about his plans for the exploit, but as learning from the nature of the exploit, we expect hackers to save his exploit for the future iOS 8 jailbreak.