Evad3rs have just released Evasi0n v1.0.5 for untethered iOS 7.0.5 jailbreak. Apple dropped the rather surprising iOS 7.0.5 to iPhone 5s/5c users outside the United States, and for a while, it appeared as though the Evasi0n jailbreak had been patched up. But it quickly became apparent that this was not the case, and having been deemed as untouched from a jailbreak-exploit point of view, iOS 7.0.5 is thankfully as innocuous as Apple portrayed in the release notes. Naturally, the ever-reliant Evad3rs team has updated its Evasi0n7 tool for iOS 7.0.5, meaning that it is now officially safe to update to.
As first confirmed by i0n1c, the exploits enabling the Evasi0n7 to jailbreak are still present in iOS 7.0.5. This is definitely good news for the jailbreak scene as a whole, and although Apple is very likely to take steps in preventing the practice of jailbreaking with the upcoming iOS 7.1, it does mean that for those who may have accidentally updated, all is not lost.
Apple just released iOS 7.0.5 download links for select devices. This update is currently only available for iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c and corrects network provisioning for models that are sold in China.