It’s going to be live, and in action within few hours. Yes, we are talking about the smartest mobile operating system as claimed by the Cupertino based technology giant, Apple. iOS 6 is all set to be unveiled for the general public, i.e if you are an iDevice owner, you will be able to upgrade your device operating system to the best available iOS ever, the iOS 6. However, if you wish to jailbreak and unlock iOS 6 for your iPhone specifically, you need to think about it twice. Here’s why, right after the jump.
The mesmerizing iOS 6 might be the only thing your iDevice, specially iPhone requires right now, however if you wish to jailbreak and unlock iOS 6 after you download it today, you need to think again about your decision. That’s right! The much awaited iOS ever will be out in few hours, and there is going to be a common mistake a lot of iPhone users are going to commit, and we surely don’t want you to follow them.
Crucial Info For Those Willing To Jailbreak And Unlock iOS 6 Today
- If you are an Apple iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S user who depend on software or hardware methods to unlock their iPhones, there’s just one word from us- STAY AWAY FROM THE FREAKING iOS 6 UPDATE. That’s right. iOS 6 is like poison to your locked iDevices specially iPhones, and once you update to iOS 6, two things will happen. First you will lose your Activation Ticket, i.e you will be stuck on the activation screen once you update. Secondly, and most importantly, iOS 6 is going to permanently update your iPhone or iDevice baseband. Updated baseband means that you will NOT be able to use your software or hardware unlocking methods to bypass that particular baseband which comes with the iOS 6.
- Secondly, if you are thinking of jailbreaking your iDevice after updating it to iOS 6, please be informed that there is no valid jailbreak or vulnerability discovered in the iOS 6 betas ever since they were released. Now it is very much evident that iOS 6 is not jailbreak friendly at the moment, so once you update your iDevice to iOS 6, you would not only lose out all your jailbreak tweaks and apps, but you also won’t be able to re-install them by jailbreaking your iDevice anytime soon.
- This is the first time when iOS 6 will be available OTA (Over The Air). i.e, you can easily update to iOS 6 without plugging your device to the computer, but as we said, if you own a locked iDevice, stay away from this update for a while as we will be publishing a tutorial on how to safely update to iOS 6 on locked iDevices soon.
- In case you find your iDevice safe to update to iOS 6, you will require the latest version of iTunes, i.e iTunes v10.7, so keep it handy. You can download the latest version here.
This was our take on the iOS 6, and we surely don’t want you to mess up your devices with silly updates like these. We will be publishing a tutorial on how to safely update locked iDevices to iOS 6 soon. Until then, keep subscribed. Let us know your views via the comments section below.