Cydia found working on iOS 7, public jailbreak coming soon?
Cydia will make it onto iOS 7 whether or not Apple approves of such a thing. Some snapshots of the program on an iPhone running iOS 7 proves that, like previous iOS versions, there’s a huge jailbreaking community committed to making dreams come true.
The snapshots of Cydia, which runs on a tethered-jailbroken A4-based iPhone 4, purportedly runs stable on Apple’s latest OS, but there are still a lot to be done in regards to the actual jailbreak process. While the sight of Cydia running on iOS 7 is one that many would-be jailbreakers want to see, the developer working on the jailbreak doesn’t intend to release the ultra-alpha jailbreak anytime soon.
Current iPhone users that are on a jailbroken-enabled version of iOS should stick with their current setup. Even though well-known developers like MuscleNerd has ensured that it is safe to update to iOS 7.x, there’s still the possibility that it will be awhile before a public jailbreak will be released.
That said, for those that have already hopped on iOS 7 and want to catch glimpse of a brighter future for your flattened and revamped handset, here are some pictures to get your geek juice flowing:
Source: Redmond Pie