In today's video, we have a short recap of the current situation of the iOS 11.4.1, iOS 11.4 and #iOS 12 #Jailbreak and we're going to talk about which iOS version is suitable for jailbreaking as for September Week 4. Now that the dust has settled with iOS 12 Betas and iOS 12 patch notes, and now that we have extensive information about the upcoming jailbreak exploits for the afore-mentioned iOS versions, it is a bit easier for us to properly assess the situation and tell whichever is the recommended version to stay on.
In this video we also have some news to discuss Jtool2, a new incarnation of Jtool by Jonathan Levin which is a tool geared towards security researchers interested in the new iOS 12 and especially the A12 devices (iPhone X, iPhone XR and iPhone XS MAX) which support the ARMv8.3 instruction set that is now successfully supported by Jtool2 making disassembling the iOS 12 Kernel easier.
This video is a #recap which serves the purpose of clearing up the confusion around which iOS version is recommended and which iOS version can be jailbroken easier – my regular viewers might already know some of the information in this video. This is geared more towards non-regular viewers so that they can catch up.
▽ Resources ▽
▶ Pangu's Jailbreak For iOS 12 (DEMO)
▶ iOS 12 (FINAL) UNTETHERED JAILBREAK SUCCESSFULLY ACHIEVED
▶ Save your SHSH2 Blobs
▶ iOS 12 GM (FINAL VERSION) WAS RELEASED | DO NOT UPDATE, HERE'S WHY