Jailbreak iOS version 6.1.3

How to Jailbreak iOS version 6.1.3

The updated iOS version 6.1.3 – How to Jailbreak it

The History:

iOS 6.1.3 is the recently launched updated iOS version by Apple. This update by Apple has been launched with an increased level of security updates.The iOS 6.1.3 includes patches that prevent installing Evasion jailbreak.

Apple has launched this updated iOS version 6.1.3 with a claim that it fixes a previous bug. With the original bug, when exploited the flaw allowed hackers to gain immediate access to the device.

This includes access to:

  1. The users address book,
  2. Voice mail,
  3. Call logs,
  4. Photo rolls
  5. and more

This was definitely a huge issue in terms of privacy. Consequently, any iPhone users at workplace or college/university were at a potential threat to ‘breach of privacy‘.This is because many people at work and college just leave their devices on desk among friends and colleagues. iPhone users were potentially at risk due to this bug.

However, Apple claims that it has now fixed this bug successfully in the updated iOS version 6.1.3. If you are asking yourselves whether to update your iDevices to iOS 6.1.3 version, keep reading and you will find out that you can Jailbreak 6.1.3 in specific devices (Go directly to the iOS 6.1.3 Jailbreaking Tutorial).

What are the main improvements in iOS version 6.1.3

iOS version 6.1.3

The iOS version 6.1.3 according to Apple has improved and much stronger security updates.Moreover Apple also claims that this newer version of iOS 6.1.3  is not going to be a good news for the supporters or followers of  the jailbreak concept.

Apple has listed the bug fix as one of its man achievements in releasing the updates iOS version 6.1.3.

Additionally, Apple also claims that the updated iOS version 6.1.3 features more improved maps in Japan.

What are a few disadvantages of iOS version 6.1.3?

If you just updated your device to the latest iOS version 6.1.3, there is no way for you to untether-jailbreak your device with the Evasi0n tool. Moreover, once updated to the iOS version 6.1.3 you cannot downgrade to an older frmware.

There is just one exception of A4 powered iOS devices,you can still tether-jailbreak iOS version 6.1.3. Also, if you own an iPhone 3GS there is an exploit that can provide you an untethered Jailbreak of 6.1.3 iOS version.