Jailbroekn A7 Devices can now Run Tweaks
About a week ago evasiOn released an iOS 7 compatible jailbreak. However, due to the new 64-bit processor, most tweaks would not work on the iPhone 5s, iPad mini with Retina Display, and iPad Air. You could download Cyida on those devices, but tweaks would not work. Today, however, the developer of Cydia released a new version of Mobile Substrate, the software that runs the tweaks. This new version supports ARM64, known as the 64-bit A7 chip. This now means that deices with 64-bit chips can run tweaks. This only problem is that most tweaks are not yet updated to support this version of Mobile Substrate. Currently, only a few tweaks work on devices with an A7 chip, but we can expect more to be updated soon.