Apple team is very committed to its work and it tries to offer us new thing in short periods of time. Therefore, in the case of their famous iOS, Apple is trying to keep up with all users’ requirements and they improve their iOS versions each day. Recently, Apple revealed a beta version of iOS 6 for developers only. This version is available for all A4 devices such as iPhone 3GS, 4, 4S or iPod 4th generation and it is an improved version of iOS, which forces developers to find a new way to jailbreak it. Shortly after iOS 6 beta version was released, developers hurried to release a genuine jailbreak version for it. Fortunately, for users, developers are right next to Apple developers and they are ready to release a jailbreak version in no time. This is the only way in which we will gain enough freedom to use all Apple smart devices at their full capacity. Jailbreak for iOS 6 beta version is still very debatable because it does not work, as it should. There are certain bugs waiting to be fixed but I am sure that this is only a matter of time before we all can enjoy the full and clear version of iOS on our devices.
Most of jailbreak tools available on the market install Cydia automatically on your device. Unfortunately, this version of jailbreak for iOS 6 Beta will provide you only a tethered jailbreak and you will not have Cydia installed on your device. Many users still do not know the major difference between tethered and untethered jailbreak. In order to recall you this aspect, the good jailbreak is the untethered one. In this way, you will not be forced to reboot in a jailbreak mode each time your device is running out of battery. However, if you are a developer and you want to try it up, you are free to use Redsn0w as a tool for jailbreaking. Over the internet, you will find many useful step-by-step guides to show you how to use RedSn0w for jailbreaking iOS 6. Many Cydia apps, tweaks, extensions, and components still do not work but as you may imagine, many people are hardly working to change this thing.
Remember that this Beta Version of iOS is nothing else than a beta version. This means that it was intended for developers only and we have to wait a little bit before the full version is released on the market for worldwide use. The iOS version will be release in September, most probably in the same time with the long-awaited iPhone 5.
Users, and I include myself in this category, will have to wait until the iOS 6 full version will be released on the market in order to use its multiple new features and options. Fortunately, we will not have to wait too much.