Shortly after the launch of the evasi0n jailbreak earlier this week, Apple released iOS 6.1.1 beta to registered developers. We expected the release of the new version to correct the exploits found in the previous one, but this did not happen. Not yet at least.
The "timing" of iOS 6.1.1 traffic does not seem very random, because it came two days after the release of the evasi0n jailbreak and made many believe that Apple managed within 48 hours to fix the exploits. According to Pod2g, however, this is not the case.
"The iOS 6.1.1 beta (10B311) did not fix the jailbreak" said Pod2g on Twitter. "Very likely to happen in a future release, but do not upgrade because evasi0n will not allow you to jailbreak"
Pod2g is right, so do not be bothered by even remembering yesterday's beta release was the first. Certainly there will still be several releases and there is a very good chance that some of them will fix the exploits.
All we can do now is to wait and hope. Although it did not bring anything new to the iOS 6.1.1 beta, in addition to some improvements in Japanese maps, it would be wise for jailbreakers not to stick to iOS 6.1.
Dimitrios Georgoulas @ GreekAppleNews