In the latest Apple TV update, Cupertino has made it a whole lot easier to stash away unwanted channels, making everything else look a whole lot more clean cut than before. This particular update was released alongside the reveal of iOS 7.1, where the Apple TV’s latest update has seen its version number bumped up all the way to version 6.1. It is certainly a welcome change from the past where one would have been required to navigate to Settings, before making a pass through the entire list of available content sources in order to hide them.
After months of rumors and beta releases, earlier today Apple finally released iOS 7.1 for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. The update brings several user interface tweaks and activates the CarPlay feature. It also brings bug fixes and performance improvements. One of the exploits that it plugs is the one used by the evasi0n jailbreak tool, as confirmed by legendary iOS hacker @MuscleNerd. The exploit existed in iOS 7.0 and all subsequent incremental updates, but since it has been plugged in the latest release, that means untethered iOS 7.1 jailbreak is not possible, at least not immediately.