Reports from users indicate that iPad 2 tablets get stuck in a reboot loop
The premature release of evasi0n7 is starting to show some side effects, including controversy related to the bundled TaiG app store and, more recently, some technical issues with iPad 2 tablets.Three warning signs written in red are now available on evasi0n.com. The first one says that over-the-air updates of iOS 7 can cause the jailbreak to fail. Users must restore their device to 7.0.4 with iTunes, then jailbreak, according to the Evad3rs.
The second warning talks about Cydia tweaks and how they are not yet compatible with iOS 7.
The newest warning relates to WiFi-only iPad 2 models, and how evasi0n7 simply can’t handle these devices at this point.
“We have reports that the iPad 2 (wifi) is not yet compatible with the jailbreak and will certainly get stuck in a reboot loop. Avoid trying evasi0n on that model till we make further investigations,” says the team.
Needless to point out, the rushed launch of evasi0n7 is starting to show some side effects. It’s probably best to postpone the jailbreak until the team fixes all the bugs.