Untethered iPhone 5, iOS 6.1 Jailbreak Released

The untethered jailbreak software for the iOS 6.1-based iPhone 5 has been officially released by the Evad3rs Jailbreak Team on Monday. The program gives users the possibility to unlock all their devices as long as these work with Apple’s iOS 6.1 operating system.

People, who have downloaded the recently released untethered jailbreak from Evad3rs claim the product was worth the waiting. The software is compatible with all types of iOS 6 based devices, such as, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 3GS and the most recent model, iPhone 5. Customers using Windows operating system waited 72 hours before the jailbreak was finally available for them.

The team working on the untethered jailbreak has also produced software for untethered iOS 5/4.3 1 /4.3 2/4.3.3 and users have always been pleased with the products. The new jailbreak was available on the team’s website on early Monday morning and unlockers downloaded it for hundreds of times in the first hours.

Developers have presented some of the benefits that unlockers will be able to rejoice once they jailbreak their smartphones. Using cheap local simcards and making cheaper phone calls is the first advantage that was presented on the website. Moreover, the software gives users the possibility to have more than one phone number on the iPhone and switch simcards depending on their preferences.

You can also maintain the original iPhone functions even after the jailbreak has been installed as the unlock does not affect the way the smartphone works. Either way, you will get many benefits including access to roaming services across the main international networks. After the unlock, you will get dual, tri and even quad band functionality, thus being able to use the phone in most countries around the globe.



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