It’s a well-known fact that the checkra1n jailbreak tool the jailbreak network by storm. However, in spite of being unfixable by Apple, it’s still continually encouraging to see a unique jailbreak show, particularly when it happens on Apple’s most recent firmware and when checkra1n isn’t the method of pwnage.
A Tweet with an inserted video show shared Monday evening by Twitter user @08Tc3wBB appears to exhibit an iPhone X on iOS 13.3.1 beta 3 being jailbroken with the help of an unknown side-stacked jailbreak app.
We can see from the video that no Lightning link is available, thus we can reprimand right the bat this isn’t checkra1n at work. Rather, this is a custom jailbreak app that calls upon the assistance of a tfp0 misuse.
iOS 13.3.1 beta3 Jailbreak, iPhone X // Omg, RIP Kobe pic.twitter.com/PeBUBpRnpb
— 08Tc3wBB (@08Tc3wBB) January 27, 2020
It is not yet clear what tfp0 misuse is being used to accomplish this jailbreak, yet we can just assume that one prodded over a month prior by a similar Twitter user could be the guilty party.
At first, the previously mentioned adventure was demoed on an iPhone XS Max running iOS 13.3. If a similar endeavor is being used right now, then this would imply that Apple hasn’t yet patched it in iOS 13.3.1, which presently can’t seem to consider a to be discharged as developer beta testing proceeds.
It’s impossible to tell if @08Tc3wBB will discharge this adventure, keep it for himself, or money it in using Apple’s abundance program. The bother did exclude any insights about these issues.
Is it accurate to say that you are eager to see iOS 13.3.1 jailbroken? Talk about in the remarks.