Jailbreak and Unlock on iOS 6 for iPhone 4


What's happening guys, this is Rahul Bhardwaj from Tech Tactics and today I am going to tell, how you can free your iPhone from the Apple jail by a simple untethered Jailbreak. but before beginning I would tell you something about Jailbreaks. There are three types of jailbreaks 1) Untethered Jailbreak 2) Tethered Jailbreak 3) Semi-tethered Jailbreak.
Difference between these three Jailbreaks

  • Untethered actually means nothing to you. You can reboot your iPhone, turn it off and back on without any problem. Your iPhone will boot as it normally does. Everything will work properly on your iPhone.
  • Tethered means that for various possible reasons, you will have to use your computer to boot your device. At the time I am writing this, if you used RedSn0w 0.9.6b4 to jailbreak your iPhone 4 for example, you might have to use RedSn0w to start your iPhone every time you reboot it. If that’s the case, you have to launch RedSn0w, plug your iPhone in and select to “just boot tethered right now”.

A tethered jailbreak is obviously not convenient at all. I actually haven’t updated my iPhone 4S to iOS 6.0.1 yet for this reason.

Now to the Jailbreak.
As per analysts, Apple has borrowed some functionality and design cues of Cydia apps for iOS 6. The company might have made such an effort to avert people from iOS jailbreak. But, as per RedmondPie, it hasn’t been a reason for jailbreakers to stay from enjoying more freedom. “Although Apple have taken some design and functionality inspiration from a number of Cydia based tweaks and offerings, the hardcore jailbreak faithful still need to experience that freedom on their hardware,” writes RedmondPie.

The iOS 6 jailbreak available at http://www.UnlockOrjailbreak.com is an untethered one.

UnlockOrJailbreak.com experts suggest users to back up their data before going for jailbreak. It is unlikely that your device may fail during jailbreaking with the upgraded Sap Shield. But, as the jailbreak changes the internals of your device, your data may lose. So, it is better to housekeep the data in other source or iCloud. “Before going through any jailbreak process it is always good housekeeping to perform a full backup of all information on the device,” says RedmondPie.

How to jailbreak iOS 6 devices
Here we bring to you the step-by-step process of iOS 6 jailbreak. It is an easy and painless job to jailbreak your iDevices with iOS 6. What all you need to know is that only A4-based device will support the new Sap Shield tool from Dev Team. The jailbreakers are working to launch iOS 6 jailbreaks for A5, A5X and A6-based devices.

Step 1: Update your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch with the new iOS 6.

Step 2: Get the latest upgrade to Sap Shield from UnlockOrJailbreak.com. Find the suitable version for your personal computer. The tool is available for both Windows and Mac computers.

Step 3: Extract the downloaded Sap Shield tool, which comes zipped. Save the extracted files in a familiar location on your computer.

Step 4: Open the executable Sap Shield file. If you use a Windows PC, make sure you run it in administrator mode. If a Mac, open Sap Shield by Ctrl-Click and click Open.

Step 5: Choose the Extras from the main menu of the jailbreak and connect it to the desired IPSW file.

Step 6: You are almost ready. You can follow the instructions now and get your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch jailbroken in a matter of seconds.

iOS 6 Jailbreak Risks
The chance for bricking is minimal if you do the jailbreak with care. The developer of the tool has published all guidelines to use the tool. 

Just follow the instructions and get the devices jailbroken in a few minutes. However, the risks of warranty loss and customer support discontinuation are certainly there. As you jailbreak an iDevice, you get the product’s warranty devoid and Apple will stop customer support for the handset.