A New Jailbreak Unlocks Apple’s Just-Released iOS 13.5

A new jailbreak published by Unc0ver can unlock all versions of iOS from 11 to 13.5.

Recently a hacker group called Unc0ver Published a tool that can jailbreak all versions of iOS from 11 to 13.5. It's been years since a jailbreak has been available for every version of iOS.
 
This jailbreak can be installed using the longtime jailbreaking platforms AltStore and Cydia.
 
The Unc0ver told wired that this jailbreak conserves Apple's user data protections and doesn't threaten iOS' sandbox security, which keeps programs running separately so they can't access data they shouldn't.
 
 
 
Well, Jailbreaking gives a user more control over a device’s OS, enabling customization and the installation of apps that Apple would otherwise restrict. But it also can be used by attackers to compromise a device’s security.
 
Interestingly, jailbreaking was comparatively common in earlier versions of iOS. Last August, Apple accidentally reintroduced an earlier patched flaw in iOS 12.4 that gave hackers a few days of jailbreaking before redeeming the fix. Also in September, a researcher issued details of an unpatchable Apple hardware flaw that could be misused to jailbreak virtually every type of Apple mobile device delivered between 2011 and 2017.
 
Will Strafach, a longtime iOS jailbreaker and creator of the Guardian Firewall app for iOS said: "I am just personally excited to see a no-bullshit jailbreak dropped for the latest iOS, .....It’s very in line with the early jailbreak spirit."
 
As the jailbreak was released after the latest ios release and the flaw is reportedly inside iOS' kernel, Pwn20wnd claims that it will take Apple two to three weeks to come up with a fix. This is expected to be the first-ever jailbreak to be available for a current iOS version for more than a few days.