Well it is about to please most of you. iOS 7.0.2 jailbreak on iPhone and we’ve got the images for it. A hacker named Cjori has published some shots and photos of an iPhone jailbroken on most latest iOS 7.0.2. You may check out the facts about the iOS 7.0.2 jailbreak down below.
iOS 7.0.2 Jailbreak
We already informed you that a new jailbreak which was presently under progress for the iOS 7. Well it appears we’ve yet another one to bring to the list. One more iOS hacker has said that he’s got the jailbroken iOS 7.0.2. He has published several images on his own Twitter profile that have been inserted below.
All these images below present how Cydia might seem like on iOS 7. Check out them!
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iOS 7.0.2 Jailbreak On iPhone
We have now evidence that iOS 7 has been jail-broken, but how did the hacker handled to jailbreak this? In hacker Twitter account he says that he used the “Opensn0w” – a application which anybody can download and jail-break the iPhone 4 having iOS 7 and above – certainly it is a tethered jailbreak.
Opensn0w has been designed by Winocm, the particular person who is at the moment concentrating on the untethered jailbreak for the iOS 6.1.3 & 6.1.4.
We should once again point out here that this is certainly only a tethered jail-break and the person who has designed this does not plan to launch this jailbreak to public. Have a look at the tweets below:
People asking me when am I releasing “my jailbreak”: I just used opensn0w, and so can you. iPhone 4 tethered only of course.
— cjori (@cjori) October 1, 2013
In fact I’ve said I won’t be releasing it nor instructions. I’ve only said that this is what Cydia looks like compiled with the iOS 7 SDK.
— cjori (@cjori) October 2, 2013
This shows that there’s a hope for the iOS 7 untethered jailbreak at the same time the person stating that he does not aim to launch the jailbreak to public. The cause for not launching the public jailbreak or instructions is not clear, perhaps it would produce a lot of misunderstandings among people? Well that is a motive we’ll have to wait patiently and see.