As we have previously reported, Apple has released yet another beta build of its upcoming mobile operating system in the form of iOS 6 beta 3. When it comes to iOS betas, the need for jailbreaking is quite on the minimal side. But jailbreak developers that are looking to test out their tweaks and apps on iOS 6 can certainly use a jailbreak solution. Fortunately, the iPhone Dev Team is on the case and is always swift when it comes to releasing jailbreaks for iOS betas. With the latest version of Redsn0w, users can now jailbreak iOS 6 beta 3 using Redsn0w 0.9.13dev3.
As with pretty much all jailbreak releases for iOS beta builds, Redsn0w 0.9.13dev3 can only provide a tethered jailbreak solution. In case you don't know, a tethered jailbreak means that you will have to connect your device into a computer and run Redsn0w over it each time the device shuts down or reboots. Otherwise, your device will be rendered useless. In addition to that, this particular jailbreak solution is only limited to A4 devices which include the iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS and the iPod touch 4G.
And as with previous jailbreaks for iOS 6 betas and unlike the tradition solution, Redsn0w 0.9.13dev3 will not install Cydia. But you do have root access which you can use to install DEB files via SSH. So this will require quite a bit of work on your part if you wish to use this jailbreak solution. Well, it doesn't look like that this issue shall be addressed as long as the iOS 6 is under beta, so don't expect a working solution soon.
iOS 6 is expected to be launched this coming Fall alongside the new iPhone 5.