Update December 22nd 2013 – There is now a Jailbreak for iOS 7, see here.
When Apple released the new iOS 7 on September 18th iPhone users who jailbroke version 6.1.2 got screwed. Everyone was waiting for a jailbreak of 6.1.3 to come out and now Apple has dealt a setback to hackers trying to come up with a jailbreak.
New work is now starting on how to jailbreak iOS 7. Cydia users are left either not upgrading to iOS 7 or going ahead with the upgrade and losing the jailbroken features.
The soonest we can start expecting a jailbreak for iOS 7 is end of December 2013 or January 2014. If we look at the last iOS release dates to date of jailbreak we will see that it typically takes 90 – 120 days for the version to be jail broken.
In the meantime, the best thing to do it turn off auto updating of your iPhone / iPad. There are many threads on the best way to avoid receiving the auto update, and you can search in the box above to find it.
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Alternatively, when the Jailbreak for iOS 7 is released, it will probably make headline news across the tech world and you will probably hear about it on the late night news and every tech blog that exists!