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 jailbreak to be available for a new release of iOS or a new iPhone. With the iPhone 12 series now available for over two months, is it possible to jailbreak them?
Jailbreak iOS 14 - iOS 14.4: Everything You Need to Know!
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.
Pwn20wnd and Sam Binger have released the first iOS 14 – iOS 14.3 jailbreak for all iPhones and iPad, including the iPhone 12, iPhone 11, and other older devices. If you have just jailbroken your iPhone or iPad, check out all the iOS 14 – iOS 14.3 compatible jailbreak tweaks below that you can use after that to make the most of the jailbreak.
The team behind Checkra1n has released the 0.12.2 update to their jailbreaking tool that fixes some issues related to A10/A10X devices running iOS 14.3. This is primarily a bug-fixing update that also fixes some other underlying bugs with the tool.
The checkra1n team has released a major update for their jailbreaking tool adding support for A10(X) based iPhones and iPad along with iOS 14.1 and iOS 14.2. The checkra1n team was quick to update their tool with iOS 14 jailbreak support, but the initial build was buggy and supported a limited number of devices. With the latest update though, the team has added support for more devices.
If you are hoping for a full-fledged iOS 14 jailbreak, you should immediately downgrade your iPhone or iPad to iOS 14.1. This is because a major kernel bug has been patched by Apple in iOS 14.2 that could be used for jailbreaking iPhones running iOS 14.
The Checkra1n team has updated their jailbreak tool with preliminary support for iOS 14. Checkra1n uses a bootrom exploit for jailbreaking iPhone X and older devices so it was expected to be among the first jailbreak tools to be updated to support iOS 14. However, no one really expected an iOS 14 jailbreak to be available within a week of the OS being released to the public. If you are looking to jailbreak your iPhone running iOS 14 using checkra1n, follow this guide.