The Jailbreak of iOS 6 will Never see the Light! Words of i0n1c

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Many of you know that i0n1c  is the creator of the exploit in iOS 4.3.3, and one of the leaders of the world’s most popular jailbreak. Few hours ago, his rather terse tweet stating that the long-awaited jailbreak of iOS 6 will probably never see the light .

Stefan Esser aka i0n1c is a leading figure in the Apple world, relative to the industry and the jailbreak tweak from Cydia. He was the inventor of the untethered jailbreak of iOS 4.3.x, and since then, thanks to Twitter, Has has become quite popular.

A few minutes ago, perhaps in response to the news published a few days ago when there were rumours of the possible advent of a tool to jailbreak developed by a new team (of which we have spoken at length in this article ), the famous German hacker has published a terse tweet: “People Should get over it. There will not be a public iOS 6.0/6.0.1 untethered jailbreak “, literally:

“People should understand that. An untethered jailbreak iOS 6.0/6.0.1 will not be released to the public “ , leaving open the hopes for a potential use of exploits in possession for the upcoming iOS 6.1.

So if one side wants to be a pun announcement in recent days on the hypothetical tool Dream JB, the other takes away any hope of a release planned in the near future in an official capacity. Besides, it seems clear that hackers working on the jailbreak want to safeguard the exploits found and use of a newly released version of iOS, to increase the longevity of it.

And what do you think? What might lurk in the peremptory sentence of i0n1c?


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