Is iOS 6.1.3 jailbreakable, Some facts of this question.
Is iOS 6.1.3 jailbreakable- some facts.
Is iOS 6.1.3 jailbreakable, this is the first question from those persons whom are using a jailbreaken iPhone or iPad or iPad touch for their own. As we know that this latest ios 6.1.3 has come with two minor changes or we can say fixes by which the user can access into the system without knowing the passcode, the first change. The lock-screen bug allows this technique to get access into the system by the user. Another is some improvements with the map, especially for the part of Japan. Now, the Japanese user can get more appropriate map of their local area. Without having the concern about this, the people are now eager to know that is iOS 6.1.3 jailbreakable or not. Well, the answer is both the yes and no. We will discuss it at the later part of this conversation.
Is iOS 6.1.3 jailbreakable; if NO, then why?
Is iOS 6.1.3 jailbreakable, this question just came after the announcement of the availability of the latest iOS 6.1.3 like a wave. Well, as I have already mentioned that this question has both the answers but with different aspects. Is iOS 6.1.3 jailbreakable? The answer is NO. No for those iPhones or iPads which are having the A5 chip into it. As every update of iOS from Apple came with some bad news for the jailbroken iPhone, iPad or iPod touch users, this latest is 6.1.3 also came with this bad news. Apple patched all the holes which were once open for the Dev team and made it vulnerable again. Now the Dev Team again has to work hard to find out the weakpoint of this latest version of iOS for A5 chip integrated iPhones, iPads or iPod touches. So, it is the high time to be cautious before doing any upgrade to this latest iOS 6.1.3. The Redsn0w jailbreak tool also even does not make any good attempt onto it. So, prior to take any step, it is suggested to think twice about this upgrade on your A5 chip enhanced iDevice.
Is iOS 6.1.3 jailbreakable; if YES, then how?
Is iOs 6.3 jailbreakable; yes, there is a positive answer too. The latest iOS 6.1.3 is doing bad for A5 chip enhanced iPhones or iPads, but there is a good news for the earlier version of the chip. The good news is that for those users whom are using A4 integrated iPhones or iPads, it is very possible to do jailbreak on that iDevice right after making upgrade the iOS version to the latest iOS 6.1.3. And the best news is that the Redsn0w is still able to do this jailbreak on those iOS 6.1.3 running iPhones or iPads or iPod touches.