So why upgrade to iOS 6.1.2?
Its change log says it all â€“ it fixes an Exchange calendar bug that could result in increased network activity and reduced battery life.
Does it patch the lockscreen passcode vulnerability recently discovered on iOS 6.1?
Sadly though, no. That vulnerability still exists even after upgrading to iOS 6.1.2. Well, Iâ€™m not sure with the iPhone 4S and iPhone 5, but as far as the iPhone 4 goes, I can confirm itâ€™s still there.
Now, on to the most important question, is iOS 6.1.2 jailbreak-able?
Thankfully, yes! All you need is the latest release of evasi0n â€“ evasi0n 1.4 â€“ and youâ€™re good to go.
Pick the right one for your system from the links below:
Just remember, donâ€™t upgrade to iOS 6.1.2 over the air. Upgrade using iTunes. For those who prefer to download iOS 6.1.2 manually, take your pick from the download links below:
But if you feel that iOS 6.1.2 doesnâ€™t really have much to offer, feel free to skip this one so you wonâ€™t have to jailbreak and go through the tedious process of reinstalling all your fave jailbreak apps again.
For more on how to jailbreak iOS 6.1.2, head on over to Redmondpie as they’ve got a handy tutorial to help you out.
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