iOS 7 jailbreak developed

Hackers have released a jailbreak for Apple's latest mobile operating system, iOS 7, allowing iPhone and iPad users to download apps, extensions and themes that are not available through the official Apple App Store.

The evasi0n7 jailbreak, developed by a group known as evad3rs, claims to work on an iPhone, iPad or iPod running iOS 7.0 through to 7.0.4. It takes 5 minutes to install via a USB cable connecting the user's device to a computer running Windows, Mac OS X or Linux. However, the software has already struck some hurdles, including incompatibility with some software offered in Cydia, the preferred app store for jailbroken phones.

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iOS 7 jailbreak developed

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