Evasi0n 7 is the only utility that is fully capable of Jailbreaking all of the current versions of iOS 7 on any device that can run the firmware. The only ones not covered are the betas for iOS 7.1 but the developers generally don’t release jailbreaks for betas anyway.
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Evasi0n 7 v1.0.5 is now available for download for both Windows and Mac operating systems and can be accessed via the links below .
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UPDATE : 05/03/2015
A lot has happened in the last few months. Evad3rs continued to release jailbreaks up to iOS 7.1.2. When that was patched with 7.1.3, they bowed out, saying that they would prefer to spend their time working on a utility for iOS 8, which was in beta at that stage. A team called Pangu came to the rescue with a utility for iOS 7.1.3. iOS 8 was duly released in September 2014 and, although the jailbreak community waited with bated breath, nothing was heard from Evad3rs about the possibility of a new jailbreak. In October, just after iOS 8.1 was released, Pangu [ext link] released yet another utility for the new firmware, the quickest ever jailbreak. But, it was also the quickest to be patched, just one month later with iOS 8.1.1.
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Within a matter of days, another new team appeared out of the woodwork, this time called Taig [ext link], and they proceeded to produce jailbreaks for iOS 8.1.1 and iOS 8.1.2 but only for Windows users. It seemed that Mac users would be stuck with using a fiddly workaround to get the jailbreak until a third new team appeared. PP [ext link download] produced a working untethered jailbreak for iOS 8-8.1.2 for Mac users only.
Sadly, although iOS 8 has proven to be one of the most jailbroken firmwares in history, all three utilities were patched with iOS 8.1.3. However, iOS 8.2 is currently in beta and both Taig and Pangu managed to produce working utilities for betas 1 and 2. Apple has now stopped signing those betas so, unless you are already on them, you cannot use the jailbreak but, with iOS 8.2 expected to be released publicly any day now, we shouldn’t have too long to wait before a further jailbreak utility becomes available. iOS 8.3 is also in beta now and iOS 8.4 is in testing, ready to enter beta later on down the line, giving the teams ample opportunity for jailbreaks.