Three weeks ago, the Evad3rs hacker team delighted all jailbreak fans with the release of the evasi0n7 utility, which can be used to “jailbreak” iOS 7. However, the hackers had to release an updated version of the utility in a couple of days.
The first evasi0n7 incorporated TaiG, a Chinese app store, which was found to have pirated software. After the scandal that erupted on the web, hackers from Evad3rs hastily amputated TaiG, and at the same time added some improvements (in particular, they solved the problems with jailbreak iPad 2) – the new version received the index 1.0.2.
Yesterday Evad3rs released the next update of their utility – evasi0n7 1.0.3. Major changes include fixes for looping reboots when jailbreaking iPad mini with Retina display, and support for the third beta of iOS 7.1. You can download the updated utility from evasi0n.com. If you are just going to jailbreak your device, use our instructions.