iOS 7 jailbreak is out for Apple users
Hackers have released Envasi0n iOS 7 jailbreak for Apple’s latest mobile operating system, iOS 7, allowing iPhone and iPad users to download FREE apps, extensions and themes that are not available through the official Apple App Store.[blockquote cite=””] Jailbreak attempts are a cat and mouse game between hackers and Apple, with jailbreakers seeking to find new security vulnerabilities they can exploit while Apple seeks to close any holes that could be used to bypass iOS app security.
The iOS 7 jailbreak is free to download for Windows and Mac and it works on iDevices running on iOS 7, which includes the iPhone 5s, iPad Air and the iPad mini Retina.
- This is quite interesting that the jailbreak of the latest update in available in a very short span of time, which was never experienced before by Apple users.
- In my personal opinion I would say that this might be a strategy of Apple to encourage the users to move on the latest updates; because jailbreaking an iPhone or iPad is not illegal, but Apple has warned that the practice “can violate the warranty”.
- Or there are chances that Apple wants to capture the community of those users, who dont purchase apps and wait for the jailbreak – Apple is providing a gateway through jailbreak because it aims to increase the number of users for the latest update.