How to Jailbreak iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch

Jailbreak iPhone

If you want to jailbreak your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch then you’ve reached the correct destination. This page is the ultimate guide to jailbreaking where we will answer your most frequently asked questions and also provide links to detailed tutorials on how to jailbreak iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.

If you already know about jailbreaking then you can scroll down for the links to the step-by-step tutorials. If you are new to the jailbreaking world then we would recommend continuing reading to learn more about jailbreak, the benefits, and other frequently asked questions.

What is Jailbreaking?

Jailbreaking is the process of removing restrictions in iOS, and allow root access to the iOS file system so that it can run software that has not been approved by Apple.

It allows you to install third-party applications and tweaks that Apple doesn’t allow or wouldn’t approve in the App Store. The jailbreak apps and tweaks allow you things like customize your iPhone like changing your carrier logo, lets you have 5 icons in the dock instead of the default 4, perform custom actions such as a long hold on the Home button to enable Night Shift rather than doing it from Control Center, and lots more.

Does Jailbreak Void iPhone’s Warranty?

According to Apple’s support article concerning jailbreaking, they “may deny service for an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch that has installed any unauthorized software.” However, it is very easy to restore the device to factory settings so Apple will have no way to find out you had jailbroken your iOS device.

The Latest Tutorials on How to Jailbreak your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch:

Over the last few years, the jailbreak community has released a number of tools to jailbreak the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch for each iOS firmware file. To avoid any confusion, this page will have the most up-to-date information on the latest tutorials that should be used to jailbreak your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch depending on the version of iOS running on it.

Please refer to the table below to find out if your iPhone can be jailbroken, and if so which jailbreak tool can be used to jailbreak your iPhone. We have also provided a link to the appropriate jailbreak guide if you need step-by-step instructions. To ensure that you use the correct tutorial, please check the current iOS version running on your iOS device (Settings > General > About > Version).

iPhone Model Apple Chip Jailbreak Available? iOS Version Supported iOS Version Not Supported Jailbreak Tool
iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max, iPhone SE (2020) A13 Chip Yes iOS 13 – iOS 13.5 iOS 13.5.1 Unc0ver Jailbreak

[How to]
iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, iPhone XR A12 Chip Yes iOS 12 – iOS 13.5 iOS 13.5.1 Unc0ver Jailbreak [How to]
iPhone X, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus A11 Bionic Chip Yes iOS 11 – iOS 13.5 iOS 13.5.1 Unc0ver Jailbreak [How to]
iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus A10 Chip Yes iOS 10 – iOS 13.4.1 iOS 10.2.1 – iOS 10.3.4 iOS 11 – iOS 13.5:

Unc0ver Jailbreak [How to]

iOS 10 – iOS 10.3.4:

Yalu Jailbreak [How to]

iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone SE (2016) A9 Chip Yes iOS 9 – iOS 13.4.1 iOS 11 – iOS 13.5:

Unc0ver Jailbreak [How to]

iOS 11 – iOS 11.4.1:

Electra Jailbreak [How to]

iOS 10 – iOS 10.3.4:

Yalu Jailbreak [How to]

iOS 9 – iOS 9.3.3:

Pangu9 Jailbreak [How to]

iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus A8 Chip Yes iOS 8 – iOS 12.4.4 iOS 12.4.2 – iOS 12.4.4 iOS 11 – iOS 12.4.1:

Unc0ver Jailbreak [How to]

iOS 11 – iOS 11.4.1:

Electra Jailbreak [How to]

iOS 10 – iOS 10.3.4:

Yalu Jailbreak [How to]

iOS 9 – iOS 9.3.3:

Pangu9 Jailbreak [How to]

iOS 8 – iOS 8.1:

Pangu8 Jailbreak [How to]

iPhone 5s, iPhone 5C A7 Chip Yes iOS 7 – iOS 12.4.4 iOS 12.4.2 – iOS 12.4.4 iOS 11 – iOS 12.4.1:

Unc0ver Jailbreak [How to]

iOS 11 – iOS 11.4.1:

Electra Jailbreak [How to]

iOS 10 – iOS 10.3.4:

Yalu Jailbreak [How to]

iOS 9 – iOS 9.3.3:

Pangu9 Jailbreak [How to]

iOS 8 – iOS 8.1:

Pangu8 Jailbreak [How to]

iOS 7 – iOS 7.1.2:

Pangu Jailbreak [How to]

iPhone 5 A6 Chip Yes iOS 6 – iOS 10.3.4 iOS 10 – iOS 10.3.4:

Yalu Jailbreak [How to]

iOS 9 – iOS 9.3.3:

Pangu9 Jailbreak [How to]

iOS 8 – iOS 8.1:

Pangu8 Jailbreak [How to]

iOS 7 – iOS 7.1.2:

Pangu Jailbreak [How to]

iOS 6 – iOS 6.1.6:

Redsn0w [How to]

iPhone 4S A5 Chip Yes iOS 5 – iOS 9.3.6 iOS 9.3.4 – iOS 9.3.6 iOS 9 – iOS 9.3.3:

Pangu9 Jailbreak [How to]

iOS 8 – iOS 8.1:

Pangu8 Jailbreak [How to]

iOS 7 – iOS 7.1.2:

Pangu Jailbreak [How to]

iOS 6 – iOS 6.1.6:

Redsn0w [How to]

iOS 5 – iOS 5.1.1:

Redsn0w [How to]

iPhone 4 A4 Chip Yes iOS 4 – iOS 7.1.2 iOS 7 – iOS 7.1.2:

Pangu Jailbreak [How to]

iOS 6 – iOS 6.1.6:

Redsn0w [How to]

iOS 5 – iOS 5.1.1:

Redsn0w [How to]

iOS 4.1 – iOS 4.2.1:

Greenpois0n [How to]

iOS 4 – iOS 4.1:

Limera1n [How to]

iOS 4 – iOS 4.0.2:

JailbreakMe 2.0 [How to]

iPhone 3GS NA Yes iPhone OS 3 – iOS 6.1.6 iOS 6 – iOS 6.1.6:

Redsn0w [How to]

iOS 5 – iOS 5.1.1:

Redsn0w [How to]

iOS 4.1 – iOS 4.2.1:

Greenpois0n [How to]

iOS 4 – iOS 4.1:

Limera1n [How to]

iOS 4 – iOS 4.0.2:

JailbreakMe 2.0 [How to]

iPhone OS 3.1.2 – iPhone OS 3.2:

Spirit Jailbreak [How to]

iPhone OS 3 – iPhone OS 3.1.3:

Redsn0w [How to]

iPhone 3G NA Yes iPhone OS 2 – iOS 4.2.1 iOS 4.1 – iOS 4.2.1:

Greenpois0n [How to]

iOS 4 – iOS 4.1:

Limera1n [How to]

iOS 4 – iOS 4.0.2:

JailbreakMe 2.0 [How to]

iPhone OS 3.1.2 – iPhone OS 3.2:

Spirit Jailbreak [How to]

iPhone OS 3 – iPhone OS 3.1.3:

Redsn0w [How to]

iPhone OS 2 – iPhone OS 2.2.1:

QuickPwn [How to]

iPhone 2G NA Yes iPhone OS 1 – iPhone OS 1.1.5 PwnageTool [How to]
This post was last updated on June 7, 2020.