Jailbreaking an iPhone is a common practice nowadays, and it can be a necessary one, too. Plenty of people want something more than the services built into the iOS operating system and thus they want apps that are not present in the App Store. Therefore, jailbreaking a device that runs in iOS can become the only option.
The Chekra1n tool is a very useful one for the type of situations mentioned above, and now it even receives a new update that it’s already available: beta version 0.10.1.
You can now jailbreak iOS 13.4 to iOS 13.4.1
This is huge news, and the new beta 0.10.1 update brings even bug fixes for the Chekra1n jailbreak tool:
- Fixes an issue for when a userspace reboot couldn’t restart dropbear
- Fixes an issue for 12.4 that was causing the device to panic and reboot on an attempted shutdown
- Fixes an issue that caused new passwords to be lost by the keychain
- Fixes the support for A7 devices
- Fixes an issue that was causing the GUI/ncurses to crash while repeated usage
Jamie Bishop publicly announces:
beta 0.10.1 is now available! It includes support for iOS 13.4 and 13.4.1, introduces KPF v2 for super-fast boots and other bug fixes and general improvements.”
Jailbreaking your device seems like a better option than buying yourself a new gadget. Not everybody affords to change his or her smartphone frequently, and maybe you desperately want certain apps that don’t normally work on your iPhone.
As jailbreaking options rise, Apple is also doing it best to bring the world new stunning gadgets. iPhone 12 is expected to land on stores in September, if the new coronavirus spread won’t delay the process and if all goes according to the plan. If there will be any delay, it’s likely that Apple is doing its best to still release the phone in 2020, because iPhone 12 is frequently presented as being Apple’s flagship phone for 2020.