Is the iOS 7 got the open jailbreak yet? A new website has appeared, giving a cash reward for releasing open iOS7 jailbreak – the Apple’s most recent iOS. The website named “IsiOS7JailbrokenYet” is giving the cash for almost any team or a hacker that can provide a 100 % untethered open jailbreak for the iOS 7 and will published the jailbreak for the public. Take a look at the details about this hottest venture for the iOS 7 jailbreak down below.
It looks jailbreak of iOS 7 has chilled slightly, as there’ve been no important news about this. Hackers and various teams are hectic focusing on the iOS 7 jailbreak, but at this point there’ve been no significant progress. Including the notorious Evad3rs haven’t brought up any big progress, with the exception of the couple of updates stating that “we are working on it”.
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Cash Reward For Releasing Open iOS7 Jailbreak
Does this implies we’re not likely to get the iOS 7 jailbreak? Definitely not! It just indicates that jailbreak might be delayed. Just how do we accelerate this process? give some incentive – obviously! What is the better incentive to accelerate this process then cash, right?
Yes the same is done by the above mentioned site, and the people powering the site describe why they’re doing this:
We strongly believe that users should have the freedom to control their devices. We wanted an open source jailbreak for iOS 7, giving users the capability to install what they want on their own devices and the ability to audit the code they’re using to do so. Jailbreaking is also critical to ensuring that the disabled are able to use their mobile devices as easily as possible. So we started a prize for the first people who can do it.
They’ve also provided the criteria for the prize winning:
– Work for iPhones (including 4S, 5, 5c, 5s) running iOS 7.
– Support the latest current version of iOS (7.04).
– Be untethered and accessible to the average user.
– Be publicly released and available free of charge.
– Be released under one of the OSI-approved licenses.
Few great profile folks such as Kyle Wiens of the iFixit, Cory Doctornow the co-editor of the Boing Boing and also a DMCA activist are members of the panel which will evaluate the submissions of jailbreak to guarantee they fulfill the criteria for reward.
At the moment, just over two thousand dollars has been accumulated for the winning prize. While it might not be a huge incentive for the team like Evad3rs because they almost certainly receive much more in donations when they launch a jailbreak, it might be a motivation for any other hacker to develop the iOS 7 jailbreak.
Those of who’ve designed the iOS 7 jailbreak and wish to apply for prize can go to the IsiOS7JailbrokenYet.com.