Apple iOS update ends in jailbroken iPhones (if that’s what you want)

  • 20 August 2019
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August 20, 2019 By Paul Ducklin

For the first time in… well, in ages, anyway… a jailbreak exists for the very latest version of iOS!

Jailbreaking is where you exploit a security hole, or more likely a whole series of security holes, in what is essentially a carefully orchestrated cybersecurity attack on yourself, in order to liberate yourself from Apple’s locked-down attitude to iPhones.

Want to install your own apps? Want to modify locked system settings? Want to run network services like SSH or even a tiny web server? Want the freedom to delve more deeply into a running system than Apple will let you? Want to patch security holes on old and unsupported devices?

Want to run the risk of heading into the unknown and accidentally putting your iDevice at more risk than it was before?

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