Sn0wbreeze Gets iOS 6.0 & iOS 6.0.1 Support
ih8sn0w has announced via a Tweet
on Twitter that sn0wbreeze has been updated to version 2.9.7 and now supports iOS 6.0 and iOS 6.0.1 tethered jailbreaks on the iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, and iPod touch 4G. Old Bootrom iPhone 3GS models will be untethered, as usual. Sn0wbreeze cannot be used to give us a jailbreak on any A5 or newer iOS device.
The tethered jailbreak means that you will have to connect your device to the computer and boot tethered each time you want to restart the device into a jailbroken state.
This update brings sn0wbreeze completely up to date on iOS firmware and now gives Windows users a choice to use either sn0wbreeze or redsn0w to jailbreak their limera1n devices on iOS 6. Mac users will need to use redsn0w since sn0wbreeze is not available on the Mac. Users may find that redsn0w is still much quicker and to the point with the whole jailbreak process.
ih8sn0w mentions that if you’re on Windows 8, then you’ll need to use a workaround
to use sn0wbreeze on your computer. Windows 7 users won't have any issues and it will run just like any other version of sn0wbreeze.
You can download the sn0wbreeze 2.9.7 update here
and find additional information about the update on ih8sn0w's blog