In today’s video, we’re discussing whether you should stay on iOS 13 Beta / iOS 13.1 Beta or downgrade while you still can to iOS 12.4.1 if you want to Jailbreak your iOS device in the near future. We’re also discussing whether you should update to iOS 12.4.1 from iOS 12.3 or iOS 12.3.1 if you’re still there. This video should help you make an educated decision on what is the best #iOS version to be on if you wanna #jailbreak and you missed the iOS 12.4 opportunity where Apple re-introduced an older bug by mistake and allowed #Unc0ver Jailbreak to be updated for 12.4. iOS 12.4.1 is actually a very good candidate for a jailbreak. I explain in details through the video.
As for the A12 devices, it’s complicated. See, even though tfp0 kernel exploit has been announced and will be released by ZecOps for iOS 12.4.1, and that’s all it takes for iPhone 5S to iPhone X to be jailbroken in one day after the release, for the A12 devices (iPhone XS, iPhone XR, and XS MAX) it’s not so simple. They also need a PAC bypass (or what Unc0ver uses to work around that). But even so, I still advise A12 users to downgrade from iOS 13 and iOS 13.1 betas back to iOS 12.4.1. An iOS 13 jailbreak will likely take much longer to come, especially on A12.
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▽ Resources ▽
▶ Our Jailbreak Forum
▶ iOS 12.4 / 12.0 New RootlessJB JAILBREAK Release & NEW Cydia Alternative (Saily) RELEASED!
▶ iOS 12.4 / 12.2 / 12.1.3 Unc0ver JAILBREAK For A12: Current Status & When To Expect A Release
▶ iOS 12.4 Compatible Tweaks
▶ Unc0ver Jailbreak for iOS 12.4