An iOS 7 untethered jailbreak for the iPhone 5, iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C is now available through Evasi0n.
The jailbreak was released just in time for Christmas and works with other Apple devices such as the iPod Touch, iPad and iPad mini models running iOS 7 through 7.0.4.
Various Apple users including 9to5Mac's Seth Weintraub have commented on how efficient this new Evasi0n jailbreak is.
"I've just jailbroken my wife's iOS iPhone 5S so I'm sure it is legit," he said.
The process to perform the jailbreak is said to be extremely straightforward and takes about 5 minutes to complete on the iPhone 5S.
Other requirements for jailbreaking include a computer running Windows XP and higher, iTunes installed, and a USB cable to connect the mobile device to the computer. More instructions for installing the jailbreak can be found here.
The iOS 7.1 beta 2 was released earlier this month to developers.
Apple first began testing the software in the middle of November, and it is being created to fix network connection issues as well as other bugs. The update has the build number 11D5115d and can be downloaded over-the-air or through Apple's developer center website.
It also includes a new Yahoo logo, extra burst model uploading options for the camera, and an option for a "dark keyboard' in the accessibility section.
Some of the bugs that were fixed include one that caused all tones to sound like the default and changing the setting for Touch ID and Passcodes by moving them from General settings to the main settings menu. Calendar has a new list view toggle as well.
The "dark keyboard" option has been removed from accessibility options, but there is a new "Button Shapes" option that can be turned on to indicate where tappable areas are located. Animations are said to be faster and the Control Center gained a new bounce animation and music labels that show the audio source.