Facts about iOS 6.0.1 Untethered Jailbreak | Update

So many people wonder when we all finally see the iOS 6.0.1 untethered jailbreak status for iPhone and iPad. The jailbreaking community has said a lot about this utility being developed and about Apple protecting its latest firmware from hacking. Still you might like to read a full analysis of iOS 6.0.1 untethered jailbreak update and here it comes.

Where is the program millions of users are looking for? What is happening to the untethered jailbreak status for iOS 6 and iOS 6.0.1? Are there any “fresh” juicy facts about this issue?

iOS 6.0.1 Untethered Jailbreak Update

The Precious Release Date

It is surely difficult to say when exactly we will see the new jailbreak release. Experts believe that this utility is about half a year away from being launched to the public. Is it true? We don’t know. We are just following the news, and according to Pod2G, the iOS 6.0.1 untethered jailbreak is to be released somewhere in “the next 6 months.”

Heroes of iOS 6 Jailbreaking

Talking about iOS 6.0.1 untethered jailbreak update we must mention people who are working on its developing. Pod2G who used to help developing previous jailbreaking utilities is not helping with the new jailbreak for iOS 6. Hopefully other well-known hackers such as Planetbeing, MuscleNerd, Saurik and Pimskeks would still get their hands on iOS 6 jailbreak release.

We all remember the picture of a jailbroken iPhone 5 owned by Planetbeing. He posted it via Twitter. This was a real jailbreak, just not a public release. According to hacker, there are still important pieces missing which prevents the community to launch the final public version of iOS 6.0.1 jailbreak.

Two Jailbreaks for iOS 6 / 6.0.1 / 6.0.2

Rumors and news posted by famous hackers make us believe that there are two versions of iOS 6 jailbreaks being developed. One of them is a bootrom jailbreak. The other one is a userland jailbreak. The userland utility is most likely to be presented quicker than the next one because it is difficult for hackers to find a new bootrom exploit since the last one found was used to make LimeRa1n jailbreak.

No matter when we finally see the new jailbreak utilities, they will probably support iOS 6 / iOS 6.0.1 / iOS 6.0.2 because according to i0n1c, Apple tried its best to protect the iOS 6.1 from jailbreaking.

Beware fake iOS 6 jailbreaks because there are a lot of them right now. Keep an eye on what well-known hackers say and know that any jailbreak released and not covered by hackers is fake.