Jailbreaking iPhone devices hasn’t been much of a brainer for developers, until iOS 6 came in. Although the iPhone Dev-Team had a jailbreak iOS 6 solution done not even a day after the system’s release, it’s still not a flawless solution to enjoy a brand new kind of iPhone 5.
Apple has never been happy with developers breaking into their iOS and since it had no other way to go about it, it seems to have put a lot of work into iOS 6 to make it harder for jailbreakers. The iOS 5 beta release of last year wasn’t much of a challenge for developers. In only a few hours they found exploits to break into iOS and jailbreak the device. But when it comes to iOS 6 it looks like it’s going to take a while.
At the moment there is only one solution to jailbreak iOS 6, but it isn’t exactly flawless for iPhone 5. And when it comes to your precious iPhone, flawless jailbreaking is what you should always want. The iPhone Dev-Team has released a version of its iOS jailbreaking software not even a day after Apple introduced it.
Redmond Pie says that the iOS 6 Redsn0w jailbreaking software isn’t going to work on the latest Apple products. The Redsn0w iOS 6 jailbreaking software works only on iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS and latest iPod Touch.
Hackers say that jailbreaking iOS 6 on iPhone 5 is going to take a while. Apparently, Apple took note of the exploits found during the last Hack In The Box conference. So, for the moment, if you’re eager to jailbreak your iPhone 5 or iPhone 4S, you’re just going to have to wait since the status for the software is still unknown.
Until jailbreaking iPhone 5 becomes a reality, iPhone 3GS and iPhone 4 users can start enjoying the benefits of every kind of content and apps. To jailbreak iOS 6 on the devices mentioned above, you can use the Redmond Pie guide that explains how to install the new software version and run Redsn0w.