A little over 3 weeks ago, Apple opened their WWDC in San Francisco with a keynote speech that promised a year of change. In it they showed us, not just a new line-up of hardware but a redesigned OS X and, the one thing we had all been waiting for, iOS 7. Prior to the conference Jony Ives had promised us that the new firmware would be something different, that it was being completely redesigned. He wasn’t wrong. Gone was the old, classic look we’ve all come to expect and, in its place was an unrecognizable firmware, one that seemed to have borrowed quite heavily from Cydia, of all places.
Beta 1 was released to developers on June 10th, followed 2 weeks later by Beta 2. Beta 3 could well be released on July 8th, if rumors are to be believed. It is expected that iOS 7 will be released publicly around 20th September, most likely when the new devices start to be released as well.
Read : iOS 7 Beta 4 Features
Now that we are on the road to completion, thoughts are turning to the next untethered jailbreak. We know there will be one and we know that evad3rs are possibly going to upgrade evasion to support it. We also know that the Chronic Dev Team have hinted at one and that P0sixninja has already found a lot of the exploits needed and claimed iOS 7 as his. However, it won’t be before public release of iOS 7.
When the firmware is available for download there will be 3 methods; OTA, which is the easiest but will interfere with a jailbreak; iTunes, one of the more popular methods and IPSW download. Guides for all 3 methods will be made available in readiness for the release of iOS 7. In the meantime, stay with us for more news as it develops.
Update : Here are the iOS 7 Beta 4 Leaked Links . Copy paste the links in your browsers address bar and download the firmware for your device. The iOS 7 beta 4 ipsw files need to be downloaded on a computer , and then installed via iTunes .
iOS 7 Beta 4 Official Links : Requires Developers Account
- iPad (4th generation Model A1458)
- iPad (4th generation Model A1459)
- iPad (4th generation Model A1460)
- iPad mini (Model A1432)
- iPad mini (Model A1454)
- iPad mini (Model A1455)
- iPad Wi-Fi (3rd generation)
- iPad Wi-Fi + Cellular (model for ATT)
- iPad Wi-Fi + Cellular (model for Verizon)
- iPad 2 Wi-Fi (Rev A)
- iPad 2 Wi-Fi
- iPad 2 Wi-Fi + 3G (GSM)
- iPad 2 Wi-Fi + 3G (CDMA)
- iPhone 5 (Model A1428)
- iPhone 5 (Model A1429)
- iPhone 4S
- iPhone 4 (GSM Rev A)
- iPhone 4 (GSM)
- iPhone 4 (CDMA)
- iPod touch (5th generation)
UnOfficial iOS 7 Beta 4 Links : (copy + paste in your browser)
- iPhone 5 (Model A1428) – Link http://jbmodo.com/1ebltdC
- iPhone 5 (Model A1429) – Link http://jbmodo.com/15bBzEt
- iPhone 4S – Link http://jbmodo.com/17TRTYA
- iPhone 4 (GSM Rev A 8GB) – Link http://jbmodo.com/1cebp75
- iPhone 4 (GSM) – Link http://jbmodo.com/13ZJoen
- iPhone 4 (CDMA) – Link http://jbmodo.com/14DeLr3
- iPod Touch (5th generation) – Link http://jbmodo.com/17iwhCP
- iPad (all models): Link
- iPad Mini (all models) : Link
Update : Activation Error
It has come to our notice that many iPhone and iPad users are unable to activate iOS 7 beta 4 even after successfully installing it using our tutorial . Activation is required to start using iOS 7 on your device . With the activation screen On , one can only see the welcome message and cannot go inside the device and perform actions like making a call , or texting , taking pictures etc .
To solve this problem , you have to go back to iOS 7 beta 3 which still allows unregistered users activation without the UDID registration . Other have to buy UDID Registration from 3rd party sites or create a 99$ account on Apple Dev Centre . Below are few quick links for troubleshooting your problems .
Important : Converting DMG to IPSW Format
Windows users are going to face a problem related to dmg compatibility on Windows system. For them , there is a simple solution to Convert DMG to IPSW format by extracting the ipsw file from the encrypted .dmg file they downloaded .
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