Some of you might be glad to find out the Apple has recently updated the iOS to a newer version, and namely the iOS 6.1. Gladly you can jailbreak iOS 6.1 with Rednow tool. iOS 6.1 is still a beta version; actually, it is beta 2, which brings some minor changes with respect to the operating system. As far as I am concerned, there is no need for upgrade unless you are a developer seeking for new ways to update your apps and programs.
Therefore, if you really want to upgrade to iOS 6.1 to try out your apps and tweaks, I am sure that you will definitely want to jailbreak it. So, fortunately, jailbreak for iOS 6.1 is already possible with the help of Redsnow 0.9.15b3. As you can tell, this jailbreak is only a tethered one. This means that you still need to boot after you jailbreak your device. So, here are some things related to Redsnow 0.9.15b3 and a simple step-by-step guide to perform jailbreak. Keep in mind that jailbreak iOS 6.1 is only for A4-devices and for developer purposes only.
Here are the supported devices:
-iPhone 4 CDMA
-iPod Touch 4G
How to jailbreak iOS 6.1:
Step 1: As you can imagine, the first step is to download Redsnow 0.9.15b3 on your device:
Step 2: After you have downloaded the program and the iOS version, you need to launch it.
Step 3: Once the program is launched, you need to click on the Extras button. This thing will lead you to the IPSW options.
Step 4: Select the IPSW option and then choose the iOS firmware for your device, in this case, the iOS 6.1.
Step 5: At this moment, click Back and select the Jailbreak button. However, before the jailbreak starts, you need to place your device in the DFU mode. I am sure that most of you know how to do this. After this, click on Next and this will start the jailbreak process on your iOS 6.1 device. Now, the jailbreak is successful. But, as I mentioned earlier, jailbreak for 6.1 using Redsnow 0.9.15b3 is only a tethered one so you need to boot in a jailbreak mode after this.
Step 6: Launch Redsnow 0.9.15b3 again and click on the Extras button once again. Select IPWS and select the respective firmware for your device. After this step, you need to go back and select the Just Boot option. Put your device once again in the DFU mode and you will boot in a jailbreak mode.
This was all. You now have a brand new jailbroken device running on the new iOS 6.1 beta 2 version. Enjoy it!