Because of the checkm8 bootrom exploit, we saw an iOS 13 jailbreak drop quite not long after the arrival of the OS. Be that as it may, the adventure just chipped away at iPhone 5s to iPhone X and was incongruent with more up to date iPhones and iPads. Fortunately, another tfp0 bug has been found that could make ready for an iOS 13.3 jailbreak for the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone XS.
Found by @08Tc3wBB and approved by security analyst @RazMashat, the tfp0 abuse has been affirmed to take a shot at A12 and A13 Bionic devices running iOS 13.3.
— 08Tc3wBB (@08Tc3wBB) 20 December 2019
The mystery video posted by @08Tc3wBB doesn’t uncover a lot — it just shows a constrained accident of the Apple News app. In any case, a tfp0 misuse is an energizing possibility for jailbreaking iOS 13.3 on more current iPhones and iPads.
This isn’t the first tfp0 abuse that we have seen for iOS 13 or iPhone 11 Pro. Truth be told, a tfp0 misuse for the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro was prodded inside days of the devices going discounted yet that never converted into a genuine jailbreak device. The issue here is that there is still a great deal of work that should be done before this tfp0 adventure could be used to jailbreak the iPhone 11 Pro or iPhone XS.
There’s consistently trust that somebody from the jailbreak network checks out this adventure and winds up building a jailbroken apparatus for more up to date iPhones, however, this is something that the truth will surface eventually.