If you’re eagerly waiting for an iOS 12.4 jailbreak, you might be in for a treat. A famous hacker, going by the name of PsychoTea, has successfully jailbroken iOS 12.4 beta.
The Phoenix jailbreak that was released recently for iOS 9.3.5 supports all 32-bit iOS devices that are running on this firmware. It does not work with 64-bit devices as it uses an exploit that is present in 32-bit devices only.
It was long rumored that a jailbreak for iOS 9.3.5 was in the works and today marks the day that we get to see it. A new jailbreak known as Phoenix has been released for 32-bit devices running on iOS 9.3.5.
Apple released iOS 10.3.1 less than a couple of weeks after releasing iOS 10.3 which includes a number a number of new features and improvements.
The wait has finally come to an end as the Yalu jailbreak for iOS 10.2 was released recently to support most 64-bit devices. Although it’s still in beta, Luca Todesco has acknowledged that the jailbreak is almost stable and safe to install.
Luca Todesco has finally released the latest build of the Yalu jailbreak with support for iOS 10.2. The jailbreak is unstable and supports a fairly limited set of iOS devices such as iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone SE and iPad Pro.
It’s a dream come true folks! The team behind Pangu have finally released a new tool for jailbreaking iOS 9.2 – iOS 9.3.3. Since the release of iOS 9.2 late last year, we got to see a bunch of fake teams claiming to have a working jailbreak but never saw them released. Today’s release by Pangu brings an end to the long awaited jailbreak for iOS 9.2 – iOS 9.3.3.
The U.S. Library of Congress has granted Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) exemptions for jailbreaking tablets, smart TVs, and other all-purpose computing devices. This gives users who like to tinker the ability to modify their software without breaching copyright law.