In this video, we’re discussing what is new in iOS 14.2 that was recently released by Apple, and how it affects jailbreaking, especially for those of you using the newer iPhone models such as the iPhone 11, iPhone 12, and the iPhone XS and XR series. Compared to the previous two iOS versions, the iOS 14.1 and iOS 14.0.1, this time around the changes are significant and pretty important for the jailbreak community. I advise everyone to save their iOS 14.1 SHSH2 blobs.
iOS 14.2, unlike iOS 14.1 and iOS 14.0.1, patches a plethora of Kernel vulnerabilities for Google Project Zero, many of which are likely going to be released in the future as Google Project Zero usually tends to do. These are all patched in iOS 14.2 and have been acknowledged by various security researchers. Updating to iOS 14.2 would be a major mistake if you’re planning to jailbreak, but if you favor security instead of the ability to jailbreak, iOS 14.2 is a solid security release with major patches for exploits known in the wild.
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