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Apple no longer signing iOS 6.1.3/4 & Jailbreak ios 6.1.3/4, IOS 7 update

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Bad news this evening for anyone hoping to downgrade from iOS 7
to a lower firmware. It appears that Apple is no longer signing iOS
6.1.3 and 6.1.4 for a majority of its devices, effectively terminating
their ability to downgrade.
This is significant for a few reasons. For one, people who upgraded to
iOS 7 and don’t like the redesigned UI are now essentially stuck with
it for the foreseeable future. And more importantly, word is a 6.1.3/4 jailbreak is coming soon….
For those who missed it earlier this week, a video surfaced online showing off a working untethered Jailbreak on an iPhone 5 running iOS 6.1.4. Sure it’s primitive, and a bit rough around the edges, but it’s still extremely promising.
While there’s no ETA on a public release for his project, winocm does seem to be quite a bit further along than the evad3rs are on an iOS 7 jailbreak. The last we heard, pod2g and team were making process but still in very early stages.
There’s good news for folks with older devices though. While Apple
has stopped signing previous firmware for a majority of iOS products, at
the time of writing, it was still doing so for models of the iPad
2/mini, and then of course the iPod touch 4 and iPhone 3GS.
via – http://www.icj.me/ios/all
So if you’re on one of these particular devices, you can still try
downgrading to iOS 6.1.3 firmware through iTunes. If you need help, you
can find our tutorial here For everyone else, though, we’ll see you at the iOS 7 jailbreak release party.
I don’t know about you guys but i am surely downgrading back to ios 6.1.3 in my iPad mini. LoL. Life is really difficult to live without iPad jailbreaking. I like to customize my ipad like i want to use it not like how Apple wants me to use it. 
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