We can now jailbreak iOS 9.3.5 on all 32-bit devices. Continuing the cat-and-mouse game against Apple, iOS hackers have just created a jailbreak solution for older iPhone’s, iPad’s and iPod Touch’s running iOS 9.3.5. The jailbreak solution is called Phoenix and it’s very easy to use, but there’s a catch. Continue reading Jailbreak for iOS 9.3.5 Available, but There’s a Catch
It looks like a jailbreak solution that will be compatible with iOS 9.3.5 (the latest version of iOS 9) is about to become reality. Some might think that a jailbreak for this old version of iOS is useless and that it would be better for jailbreak developers to focus on iOS 10.3.3 or even iOS 11. Continue reading iOS 9.3.5 Jailbreak – Is it worth it?
After a demonstration at the MOSEC conference at the end of June, the KeenLab team returns today with a video that proves that the iOS 10.3.2 jailbreak is still possible!
If some actors in the jailbreak scene now feel that the jailbreak is dead, and no longer of interest, it seem that KeenLab has just given some hope to the jailbreak community. For this demo, the jailbreak was realized on an iPhone 6s Plus running iOS 10.3.2, but it is possible that it is also compatible with iPhone 7. Continue reading Video Demonstration of iOS 10.3.2 Jailbreak! [MOSEC]
Jailbreaking iOS 10.3.1 is already possible even for older firmware, but it will take some time until it is wrapped, packed and released to the public. This is a bittersweet news for all jailbreak users.
A security researcher named Adam Donenfeld informed Apple about eight security bugs that have been fixed with the release of iOS 10.3.2, as part of the company’s efforts to close all loopholes that allow jailbreak. Donenfeld is known for his security conferences, but today comes with a possible jailbreak solution for Apple device’s. Continue reading iOS 10.3.1 Jailbreak Gets Help from Security Researcher
As we recently find out, Pangu Team put on fire the entire jailbreak community with their latest stunt , presenting a jailbreak solution for iOS 10.3.1 at a mobile security conference in Beijing – and look like they have a release date strategy. According to rumors, the release of the exploit will take place after Apple introduces the final version of iOS 10.3.2. Continue reading Jailbreak iOS 10.3.1 Release Date: Before or After WWDC 2017?
With every iOS upgrade, Apple is expanding its efforts to prevent jailbreaking and other security breaches, but it seems that Pangu Team is not impressed, demonstrating an alleged jailbreak for iOS 10.3.1 running on the iPhone 7.
Earlier this month, Apple removed all digital signatures for iOS 10.2.1 and iOS 10.3, which made it impossible to install or downgrade those iOS versions. Thus, any effort in developing a compatible jailbreak solution for iOS 10.2.1 is basically compromised. But if the hacker’s demonstration is true, it may be a matter of time before jailbreak fans can access the solution. Continue reading Pangu Expose iOS 10.3.1 Jailbreak on iPhone 7 at Mobile Security Event
The Italian developers, Luca Todesco and Marco Grassi recently released a new version of the Yalu tool that has support already for the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus Jailbreak running iOS 10.1.1. This is a beta version of the software and offers a semi-untethered jailbreak, meaning that you need to run the App every time the phone is restarted. But the software authors promise that they are working hard to bring new features to their tool. Continue reading Developers Promise Support for iPhone 7 Coming to Yalu Jailbreak
The new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus aren’t even in the shops yet and buyers are already anxiously looking forward for a jailbreak release for the new Apple phone.
Apple just revealed the iPhone 6 and jailbreak enthusiasts already wanted to know if there was any way of hacking the new iPhone, and also if there’s a jailbreak release for iOS 8 as yet: unfortunately the answers to these questions are disappointing for those who are eager to jailbreak their new iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus. Continue reading Don’t Expect an iPhone 6 Jailbreak Release Too Soon
With the iPhone 6 announcement today, Apple also advised that on the 17th September they would officially release iOS 8 to the public: this is only two days prior to the September 19th release of the iPhone 6. So what does this all mean for an free iOS 8 jailbreak solution? Continue reading When Will We See a Free iOS 8 Jailbreak?
The first beta for the brand new version of iOS is already jailbroken, and this happened only a few days after Apple unveiled its iOS 8 to the world.
Hacker and jailbreak developer @iOn1c showed on twitter what looks like a whole lot of gobbledegook to most of us, but to the jailbreaking community it means that the iOS beta has already been jailbroken. Can we assume then that we’ll very shortly see a jailbreak for the iOS 8? Not very likely. Continue reading iOS 8 beta Already Jailbroken but What This Means For You