The iOS 7 Jailbreak will undoubtedly liberate millions of iPhone 5S owners from the Apple’s restrictions and limitations. You can use Cydia to customize your iPhone as per your wish and install apps that are more capable and free from restrictions.
However, this time the evad3rs jailbreak tool comes with a new app store called Taig, which offers cracked version of paid iOS apps and games. So, you can now have all the paid iOS apps and game for free, but this has already started debate in the jailbreak community about the ethics behind the idea.
Currently, there are two main problems with evasi0n7:
1. The tool is compatible with iPhone 5S, 5C, 5, all iPads and even gives untethered iOS 7 jailbreak for the latest iOS 7.1 beta. However, many Cydia apps are still not compatible with the iOS 7, as it could make the device stuck in the boot process. The number of apps have already been updated to work with the new iOS 7, but still it is taking time.
2. The bigger issue is that the Chinese version of the evasi0n7 tool installs a new jailbreak app store called Taig, which is basically an alternative for Cydia app store. The problem with Taig is that it allows users to download cracked apps and games from the official Apple App Store. This can bring the whole Jailbreaking things in line with piracy, and it will affect dearly for users living in US.
Presently, the Jailbreak community is divided over the issue as we can notice in the series of tweets coming from the renowned hackers. The developer Jay Freeman, who is behind the Cydia app store is reportedly behind the idea for including Taig with the evasi0n tool. However, Freeman has strongly denied the report, which you can read in the @Saurik Twitter feed.
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