Less than a week after teasing an iOS 14 – iOS 14.3 jailbreak for iPhone 12 and lower devices, @Pwn20wnd has released Unc0ver 6.0 to the public. This marks the first public release of an iOS 14 – iOS 14.3 jailbreak that supports newer iPhones like the iPhone 12, iPhone 11, etc.
Jailbreak iOS 14 - iOS 14.6: Everything You Need to Know!
Pwn20wnd, the developer of the Unc0ver jailbreak, today teased an iOS 14 – iOS 14.3 jailbreak for all iPhones and iPad. He even tweeted about running Cydia on an iPhone 12 Pro Max that was jailbroken using an unreleased version of Unc0ver.
A couple of weeks ago, an iOS 14 – iOS 14.3 kernel exploit was released by @ModernPwner that affects all iPhones and iPad including the iPhone 11 and iPhone 12 series. The exploit is notable because it could pave the way for the first iOS 14 – iOS 14.3 jailbreak that’s also compatible with newer iPhones like the iPhone 12. CoolStar from Odyssey jailbreak has already confirmed his intention of using this exploit to build an iOS 14 jailbreak. This has led to a lot of users interested in jailbreaking wondering if they could downgrade their iPhone back to iOS 14.3.
Ever since iOS 14 released, the jailbreaking community has been going through a lean phase with no activity from any developer. There’s an iOS 14 – iOS 14.3 jailbreak in the form of Checkra1n jailbreak but that only works with some older iPhones. There has been some activity in the jailbreaking community recently with the release of an iOS 14 – iOS 14.3 which could pave the way for a jailbreak for all iPhones.
An iOS 12 – iOS 14.3 exploit has been released by @ModernPwner which could pave the way for an iOS 14 – iOS 14.3 jailbreak. CoolStar, known for Odyssey jailbreak and many other jailbreak tools in the past, has confirmed that he will be working on an iOS 14 – iOS 14.3 jailbreak.
A security researcher of Ant Security Lab has shared a video showing a successful iPhone 11 jailbreak running iOS 14.
Renowned security researcher Ian Beer, known in the jailbreak community for dropping iOS exploits, has shared a kernel vulnerability that affects iOS 14.1 and iPadOS 14.1 and below.
It has been a few months since the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro series were released. Apple has also released a number of iOS 14 updates to fix bugs and add new features to the OS. Usually, it takes a few months for a jailbreak to be available for a new release of iOS or a new iPhone. With the iPhone 12 series now available for nearly six months, is it possible to jailbreak them?
An iPhone 7 owner has been able to get Ubuntu up and running on his jailbroken device. What’s even more impressive is that the iPhone 7 used by Reddit user /u/newhacker1746 had a dead storage chip due to which it no longer worked properly.
The whole reason why people jailbreak their iPhone or iPad is for using various jailbreak tweaks. If you have jailbroken your iPhone or iPad running iOS 14 – iOS 14.3, check out some Cydia repos with some popular and useful jailbreak tweaks listed.