For those of you that really believed that Apple was launching iOS 6.1.3 just to fix the screen lock bypass, well, it turned out to fix a lot more than just that since the Jailbreak community is again stuck with an operating system they can’t hack. Now even more proof that Apple wasn’t really out to fix the lock screen issues are the fact that there is now proof that the problem still exists.

As reported by AllThingsD and as shown on the video bellow, you can still bypass the lock screen by doing a similar command. In this case, even though the video only shows access to the dialer, it proves that Apple still has work to do when it comes to the security of their operating system. Obviously this will now lead to even more videos on YouTube to prove the issue, so just make sure you keep your information safe at all times since it’s clear that the iPhone is not to be trusted.

We’ll keep you posted when iOS 6.1.4 gets launched, but bottom line, it’s not worth it to lose your Jailbreak over this.

Via: Engadget

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