Apple Releases iOS 6.1.3 With Passcode Bug Fix and Japanese Maps Enhancements, Kills Evasi0n Jailbreak

Apple today released iOS 6.1.3 to the public, delivering several minor enhancements including a fix for a passcode security bug.

This update contains improvements and other bug fixes including:

– Fixes a bug that could allow someone to bypass the passcode and access the Phone app
– Improvements to Maps in Japan

Apple last week quietly delivered some server-side improvements to Maps for Japanese users, but it appears that iOS 6.1.3 also builds in some updates for these users.

iOS 6.1.3 began life as iOS 6.1.1 in early February, but was re-labeled as iOS 6.1.3 as Apple rushed out a pair of emergency bug fixes.

iOS 6.1.3, which arrives as Build 10B329, also reportedly addresses at least one of the security holes used by the evasi0n jailbreak tool, so users interested in jailbreaking their devices will undoubtedly want to hold off on upgrading until more information surfaces.


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Apple Releases iOS 6.1.3 With Passcode Bug Fix and Japanese Maps Enhancements, Kills Evasi0n Jailbreak

Evasi0n Jailbreak Works with iOS 6.1.2, 1.4 Update Coming Later Today [iOS Blog]

Apple today released iOS 6.1.2, fixing a Microsoft Exchange bug that surfaced after the release of iOS 6.1.

Though there were fears that the update might fix the bugs used by the recently released iOS 6.x evasi0n jailbreak, the evad3rs team has confirmed with a tweet (via iPhoneHacks) that the evasi0n jailbreak works with iOS 6.1.2 on an iPhone 5 and an iPad mini. Testing for other devices is still ongoing.

According to evad3rs team member @planetbeing, evasi0n 1.4 will be released later today with official support for iOS 6.1.2. The new update will allow jailbreakers to update to iOS 6.1.2. When released, the download will be available from the evasi0n website.


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Evasi0n Jailbreak Works with iOS 6.1.2, 1.4 Update Coming Later Today [iOS Blog]