In today's video, we're discussing the recent developments in the iOS 12.1.3 all the way up to iOS 13 Beta #Jailbreak, as well as which is the best iOS version to stay on if you are waiting for a public iOS Jailbreak to be released. As you are probably aware, Ben Sparkes has recently achieved two impressive Jailbreaks for iOS 13 Beta 1 and iOS 12.4 Beta which means that he has successfully achieved a kernel exploit with tfp0 (kernel task port). Though this is not released for the moment, and with good reason (Apple would patch it in a heartbeat), it does give us the necessary confirmation that iOS 12.4 and lower as well as iOS 13 Betas are still jailbreakable.
In this video, we'll establish together what hurdles #iOS 13 brings to the table, what changes are inflicted to the jailbreak community as well as the difference between KTRR devices and KPP devices – an important distinction in terms of jailbreaking. If you are interested in jailbreaking your device, it is probably a good idea to avoid iOS 13 and iOS 12.4 for the moment. Even if you don't wanna jailbreak, the fact that these two versions are currently in Beta makes them more error-prone and less likely to be suitable for daily use. You may experience bugs and weird system abnormalities.
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▶ New JAILBREAK With Cydia Successfully Achieved on iOS 13 Beta 1 and iOS 12.4
▶ NEW Jailbreak With Cydia Achieved! | iOS 12.4, 12.3.1, 12.2, 12.1.4, 12.1.3 JAILBREAK News
▶ New Unc0ver Pseudo Untethered JAILBREAK ACHIEVED (iOS 12.1.2 – 12.0) Explained
▶ iOS 13 B1 / iOS 12.2 / 12.1.3 JAILBREAK News: New Jailbreak Exploit With ROOT Achieved
▶ iOS 13 Beta 1 Highlights / Features | Cydia Impactor News | iOS 13 JAILBREAK NEWS