Apple on Tuesday released the awaited update to iOS 6.1.3. With this version, sometimes existing for weeks passcode that vulnerability. Users of the untethered jailbreak “Evasi0n” however, should stay away from iOS 6.1.3.
iOS 6.1.3 – Apple closes security hole
With the update to iOS 6.1.3, as expected, the security hole is closed by an unauthorized party to bypass the lockscreen of the iOS device and can access contacts and photos of the user. As further improvements in the short changelog optimizations for maps in Japan are mentioned, which for most of us is probably not of too much relevance. The update on the iPhone 5 is 18.2 MB in size.
Untethered Jailbreak “Evasi0n” gone
With iOS 6.1.3 Apple has apparently also additional security holes, which made the jailbreak team “Evad3rs” for the untethered jailbreak “Evasi0n” advantage. Anyone who wishes to use his iDevice continues with a jailbreak should refrain for now from the update. Jailbreaker “Musclenerd” said in a tweet that after updating iOS 6.1.3 would be no turning back, even if you have saved the SHSH blobs – the only exception is the iPhone 4 and iPod touch 4G. Has to jailbreak the team developed a new version of “Evasi0n”, it will be years quite a long time.
IOS 6.1.3 is out.Jailbreakers stay away!There’s no coming back to 6.1.2 JB even if you saved blobs (except iPhone4 and ipt4g)
— MuscleNerd (@MuscleNerd) March 19, 2013