Everybody was surprised by the news that iOS 6 beta was released. I know that beta means still under tests and approvals, but it is a huge step forwards. Nobody expected such a quick released of a new operating system, when most users still have not upgraded to iOS 5.1.1. The new iOS 6 is designed for developers only and this means that common users have to wait a little bit longer before that can upgrade their devices some rumors suggest that the fixed version will be released in October.
Another great news is the fact that jailbreak 6 is also available, a short while after the release. This is quite impressive, but we all know that developers work a lot to keep up with the Apple team of developers. The only downside of this jailbreak version is the fact that it does not install Cydia Store automatically. Jailbreak iOS 6 is possible by using redsnow 6.0.
The first step that you have to do is to download the software on your device. RedSn0w is free software as the Dev Team accustomed us so far. After this, you have to extract its files and launch the application. When the program starts, click on the Extras and select IPSW button. This means that you will jailbreak iOS 6 beta firmware. Once this thing is confirmed, you may pass to the next step. This means that you have to click on the Jailbreak button. Now, RedSn0w will do its job and you have to wait a couple of minutes. In this time, you must leave your device as it is. If you interfere in any way, things might turn out wrong for you. When the process is completed, you need to press the Next button and then jailbreak is done. All you have to do next is to put your device in a DFU mode. I am sure that all you know how to do this thing. After this, your device will be jailbroken.
However, this process gives you only a tethered jailbreak. This means that every time your device shuts down, you need to repeat the process. Moreover, as I mentioned earlier, Cydia is not installed. In order to have it, you have to wait a little bit longer until developers figure out how to fix this bug. I am sure that until then, we will have iOS 6, the fixed version, available.