Ever since iOS 7 was publicly released, there has been a lot of speculation about the possibility of a jailbreak. It took developers quite a while to work things out and today the first ever iOS 7 untethered jailbreak has been released for all supported devices. There was no tethered jailbreak available for iOS 7, this is the first jailbreak solution released for Apple’s latest OS update and it supports all incremental updates through iOS 7.0.4. All new devices are covered as well, which means that jailbreak hopefuls can now have their way with the iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPad Air and the iPad mini with Retina Display too.

The @evad3rs dev team is responsible for this iOS 7 untethered jailbreak, which has taken over three months to arrive. A couple of weeks back the team had said that work was going smoothly on the jailbreak, that was the last update on its status. The procedure itself is quite simple. Just download the required program from evasion7 website for either Windows and Mac, connect your device to the computer and simply follow the onscreen instructions. The entire procedure shouldn’t take more than a few minutes. iTunes must be installed on the computer and be sure to make a backup of your data before proceeding.

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