Last month, an unpatchable bootrom vulnerability — checkm8 — was discovered affecting all iPhones starting from the iPhone 5 to iPhone X which opened the way for a permanent jailbreak for these devices irrespective of which version of iOS they were running. After the initial noise though, we have not heard much from any developer in the jailbreaking scene taking advantage of checkm8.
Jailbreak iOS 13 - iOS 13.7: Everything You Need to Know!
Last week, an unpatchable bootroom exploit — checkm8 — was released for all iPhones starting from the iPhone 4s to iPhone X that could pave the way for a permanent jailbreak for these devices. Checkm8 is not a jailbreak in itself and it is up to developers to take advantage of it to create a jailbreak for all iPhones.
An unpatchable bootrom exploit has been discovered that affects millions of iOS devices out there starting from the iPhone 4s to the iPhone X. Dubbed ‘checkm8,’ this public bootrom exploit works on all devices up until the iPhone X irrespective of whether they run iOS 12 or iOS 13 and makes them jailbreakable for life.
Apple released iOS 13 – iOS 13.2 for iPhone and iPod touch, and iPadOS 13 – iPadOS 13.1.2 for the iPads with hundreds of new features and improvements such as Dark Mode, new Reminders app, new photo and video editor, performance improvements and lots more.
Now that the iPhone 11 Pro and the iPhone 11 are out, the jailbreaking community is back to doing what they do best: figure out how to jailbreak Apple’s latest devices.
The first public iOS 13 jailbreak is still at least a few months away. However, many developers from the jailbreaking community have already made it clear that it is very much possible to jailbreak iOS 13.
Luca Todesco, a renowned developer in the jailbreaking scene, took to Twitter to tease a tfp0 exploit for iOS 13 beta 2. A tfp0 exploit is a kernel task port which forms the base of an iOS jailbreak as it allows developers to write to the kernel memory.