Jailbreak iOS 15: Everything You Need to Know!

iOS 15 jailbreak

iOS 15 builds on all the new features that Apple first debuted in iOS 14 and further improves the user experience. With every new iOS release, one wonders whether it would be possible to jailbreak it or not. The iOS 14 jailbreaking scene was relatively light in terms of action. Will the same thing happen with iOS 15?

Apple has packed plenty of new features in iOS 15 and fixed a number of annoyances of the OS, which ultimately gives one lesser reason to jailbreak their iPhone. While this is true to an extent, you cannot deny that jailbreaking still has its own benefits.

Once you jailbreak your iPhone or iPad, you gain access to a number of useful jailbreak tweaks that add new features or enhance the functionality of existing features on your device. In some cases, jailbreak tweaks can be used to fix annoying iOS bugs and issues before Apple gets around to releasing an update. There are multiple reasons to jailbreak your iPhone. iOS still misses out on a number of basic yet important features, including the ability to lock apps, call recording, and more. You can also use themes to give your jailbroken iPhone a new look and feel.

Wondering if jailbreaking your iPhone is still worth it? Check out the top reasons why people jailbreak their iPhone in 2021.

iOS 15 Jailbreak Status

At the moment, no major security researcher or jailbreaking team has demoed or teased an iOS 15 jailbreak or security exploit. This is understandable since iOS 15 is still in beta stages, with its public release still a couple of months away.

It is likely that the first iOS 15 jailbreak will be Checkra1n. This is because Checkra1n is based on a low-level bootrom exploit, which means Apple cannot easily patch it via software updates. The problem, however, is that Checkra1n only works with iPhone X and older iPhones.

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iOS 15 – iOS 15.1 Jailbreak Status Update for iPhone

iOS 15 – iOS 15.1 Jailbreak Status Update for iPhone

Installed iOS 15 on your iPhone or plan to do so in the coming days? But wondering if you’ll be able to jailbreak your iPhone after that? Read below to know why an iOS 15 jailbreak might take a while to be available.

iOS 15.1 Kernel Exploits Raises Hopes for an iOS 15.1 Jailbreak

iOS 15.1 Kernel Exploits Raises Hopes for an iOS 15.1 Jailbreak

The iPhone jailbreak scene has been pretty dull since last year, which can be blamed on the lack of a jailbreak tool for any of the latest iOS 14 point releases. So far, several kernel exploits have been discovered in iOS 15, but nothing tangible has been released to the public so far. Adding fuel to that fire, a security researcher has shared an iOS 15.1 kernel exploit found on the iPhone 12 Pro Max.

Will You Be Able to Jailbreak iOS 15?

Will You Be Able to Jailbreak iOS 15?

Slowly but steadily, iPhone jailbreaking has been going out of fashion. The jailbreaking scene did get a boost with iOS 13 when due to an error from Apple’s side led to a jailbreak being available for the latest public release of the OS. However, the story with iOS 14 was completely different, with an iOS 14 – iOS 14.3 jailbreak being available only after iOS 14.5’s release. This begs the question: will you be able to jailbreak iOS 15?