Originally Posted by erayser
I've read stuff from exploits are more difficult find, to they have exploits... but sitting on them till 6.1 is released, to the dev team has no leadership. Not sure what's going on, but the dev team has been quiet... so nobody has updates to post. I wonder how many will switch if jailbreaks takes this long after a new iOS is released?
Not even 1% of all owned idevices are jailbroken so doubt many will truly switch because of a jailbreak.
As for exploits being harder to find.... Yes they are getting harder to find but there are plenty out there. Dev team saved 9 of them from there last jailbreak. Getting the code to work with out voiding laws in the problem. There are vids and tweets showing the ipad mini and the iphone 5 jailbroken on release day of each device. Packaging it up for your everyday user can be a little difficult as well.
Musclenerd and plantbeing and a handful of others are working hard on it and i am sure we will see a public jailbreak out first quarter of next year.