Along with the release of iOS 6 and later the iOS 6.0.1, many users, owners of A4-based devices hurried to upgrade to the latest operating system available and then to jailbreak it. At the time when iPhone 4S was released last year, the new iOS 5 was released. Soon, Absinthe software covered all the market. This means that all iOS 5 running devices were able to submit for untethered jailbreak. Now, when we have a new generation of devices, jailbreak iOS 6.0.1 untethered is unavailable, for devices such as iPhone 5, iPad 3/4 and iPod Touch 5th generation. When we have a new series of measures and securities, developers need some more time before they can figure up a new way to break all those limitations and impositions. Each new device comes with a new set of securities and in the case of the iOS; things are pretty much the same.
Apparently, the news that jailbreak iOS 6.0.1 untethered will be soon available is no longer a rumor. The good news comes from genuine sources, and namely a jailbreak developer who announced on his Twitter account that he recently found a BootROM exploit for all newer devices such as iPhone 5, iPad 3/4 and iPod Touch 5th generation.
Definitely, this is something new, something bigger that anything in the past. What it is great is that iOS 6.0.1 untethered jailbreak will soon come out. This means that we do not have to stick with a tethered jailbreak and reboot in a jailbreak mode each time our device runs out of battery. It is simple and easier with an untethered jailbreak.
It were several rumors in the past regarding the revealing of a new way in which we can perform untethered jailbreak on iOS 6 devices. This was only a minor step from the stair of jailbreaking. With a little bit of luck, we will be able to perform untethered jailbreak on our devices pretty soon in the next year.