RedSn0w 0.9.15b1 came out the last day helping users to get jailbreak on their iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch and Apple TV with iOS 6. The jailbreak was already possible with earlier Redsn0w versions, but users had to install Cydia manually by themselves to get the most of it. That tedious process is no more required. An update, RedSn0w 0.9.15b2 is now out with fixes for iPhone 3GS and iPad.
NOTE: Compatible with A4 or below devices only. Also, this is a tethered jailbreak.
3GS users with an old bootrom can now get an untethered jailbreak on iOS 6 with this new version of Redsn0w. Users already on a tethered jailbreak, will simply have to run the jailbreak again with RedSn0w 0.9.15b2. You can check iPhone dev team’s blog post for more details on iOS 6 jailbreak and RedSn0w 0.9.15b2.
Getting the jailbreak with the most stable tool is always a good choice to look upon. So, even if you have the jailbreak in your hands already, it would be good to re-run it with this update.
Unlockers must be cautious about the iOS 6 update. Only if you could preserve your baseband, go for iOS 6. Though Ultrasn0w is not yet updated to support iOS 6, you can install Ultrasn0w fixer from Cydia to get over that. But issues with signal strength could come up. So, it is suggested not to jump on to updating your iPhone to iOS 6 now. Once Ultrasn0w gets support for iOS 6, users could safely get an unlock. Or alternatives should come up.