The best iPhone has freedom. Ready to jailbreak your iPhone, but don't want to rely on your computer? Do you want to know how to jailbreak an iPhone 6 or an iPhone 5 in the most effective way possible? Speaking of your iPhone, you might want to read our iPhone 5s vs iPhone 5 review (spec comparison) to decide which phone is right for you. This guide is for you! If the steps in this guide still don't work, head on over to our review of how to get paid apps for free without jailbreak. While you're at it, you may want to learn how to turn your iPhone into a WiFi hotspot.\r\n\r\nFirst, a couple facts on jailbreaking to help prepare you. Yes, you can legally jailbreak your phone in most countries (as opposed to unlocking your phone). If a complete restart is what you're looking for, you might also want to learn how to restart the iPhone X: three quick steps to resolve a frozen screen. Yes, it will void your warranty, so if you drop your phone in the sink after jailbreaking, you may be out of luck. While you're jailbreaking your iPhone, you might also want to learn how to change Siri's voice to Australian or British. In many cases you can return your phone to factory settings, but not always, so make your decisions carefully. While you're upgrading your phone, consider looking at the Luxi light meter review to take the best pictures with your phone. Or you might want to learn how to make free text tones for the iPhone.\r\n\r\nNote: This guide is, of course, about how to jailbreak an iPhone without a computer and reliance on computer connections. But its still a good idea to hook up your iPhone to a computer and save your data via iTunes as a backup in case something goes wrong, long before you get started. If you're worried about keeping your phone safe, you'll definitely want to read our guide on how to remove scratches from your iPhone too. Jailbreaking enters waters a bit more dangerous than traditional iOS sailing, so backing up your data is well advised. While you're trying to program your iPhone, take a look at our tutorial on how to create iPhone\/setting home screen shortcuts.\r\nLimitations: Careful, New iPhone Users\r\nJailbreaking depends on the efforts of the iOS consumer community and a collection trustworthy companies. Every new iOS update poses its own challenges and changes, which can affect jailbreaking. It's no surprise that this make jailbreaking the latest iPhones and versions of iOS a bit\u2026uncertain. So if you have a brand new iPhone or the latest software update, you may find it difficult to make jailbreaking work, or run into additional problems. In other words, it's smart to have an older version of iOS with more complete jailbreaking solutions available if you really want to jailbreak safely and properly. Also, if you are an Apple fan, check out our review on the 9 must haves devices for any Apple fanboy.\r\n\r\n\r\nUntethered Jailbreaking: How to Jailbreak Without a Computer in the Real World\r\nAll right, here's the bad news: Jailbreaking modern iOS devices without a computer isn't really possible or advisable. The rumors of such a thing have been greatly exaggerated \u2013 or outright faked \u2013 and the methods espoused could be dangerous for your software. What honest people mean by "jailbreak without a computer" is "untethered jailbreaking."\r\n\r\nTethered jailbreaking essentially links your iPhone or other iOS device to a desktop for all updates. That means any time an app stops working or you need to reboot or upgrade, you have to plug your iPhone back into the computer with your jailbreaking software. It's time-consuming, and renders your phone useless if an app freezes when you're on the go. Also for iPhone users, check out the Aimus lightning cable with LED lighting for charging your smartphone.\r\n\r\nUntethered jailbreaking removes the dependence on computers and allows your phone to boot and regain functionality more normally. In other words, you don't need to hook up to a computer every time something goes wrong, only when you are jailbreaking for the first time. This is by far the desired approach.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nIf you have iOS 8 or 8.1\/ iPhone 6: The advisable download here is Pangu, which has one of the latest untethered jailbreaking apps for the more advanced versions of iOS. Download Pangu to a computer \u2013 preferably a Windows computer, because it's easy to jailbreak via Windows, but you can try in on Mac, too. Plug in your iOS device, run the program, and wait for it to recognize your device. Then simply choose "Start Jailbreak."\r\n\r\nIf you still have iOS 7 through 7.0.6: The process is essentially the same, but you should try using the evasi0n7 jailbreak software instead. The evasi0n app is natively in English, so it skips translation issues, and the support is a bit better than for Pangu. Again, download, plug in, and run the app until it announces a successful jailbreak.\r\n\r\n\r\nMobile-Only Jailbreaking: Something to Keep You Busy\r\nIf you absolutely insist on trying to jailbreak iPhone without a computer, there is one thing you can do from your phone \u2013 download the Cydia app logo. The easiest way is to visit Cydiaios7.com and choose the big download button from your phone. This will put a Cydia app logo on your iPhone.\r\n\r\nLook, the app will in no way connect you to the Cydia store and since Cydia offers jailbreak apps and your phone isn't jailbroken yet, it wouldn't do you any good in the first place. But hopefully the small cosmetic change will make you feel better until you can get to a desktop computer and jailbreak the safe way.