While the jailbreak iOS 7 has a lot about it, a method for iOS 6.1.x and Apple A5 processor has been proposed. But according to pod2g, it operates a valuable loophole that could be used for future versions of iOS.
The jailbreak tool Evasi0n7 for iOS 7 was proposed just before Christmas and there was a lot of talk for its links with the Chinese download portal Taig. Financial, security risk, pirately presented in the catalog of portal applications, there were many critics and Evad3rs team had to make several developement on the merits of its approach, and its rush to be the first to propose a solution for iOS 7.
Shortly after, a new jailbreak solution for iOS 6.1.3, 6.1.4 and 6.1.5 was given via the tool p0sixspwn developers Winocm and iH8snow which allowed untethered jailbreak for Apple mobile products, including those running Apple A5 processor (iPad 2, iPhone 4S, iPod Touch 5G, etc).
The solution for devices running Apple A5 is now available but it does not delight Pod2g who believes they foolishly wasted a precious feature within iOS that could be used for methods to jailbreak future versions of iOS instead to be used for iOS 6.1.x.
Instead of going by faults already explained, they used a reserve which had been discovered by comex and not used until now, with the high risk of discovery now filled by Apple in its next update of iOS. Pod2g regrets that highly valuable root exploit has been used for a "stupid jailbreak iOS 6.1.5."