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I recently got you guys yes already at this point Information on the Checkm8 vulnerability prepared. Now there is a jailbreak software developed for this called Checkra1n. With this, the boot takeover and thus the use of alternative or adapted systems is possible on Apple smartphones from 2011 to 2017. So if you want to use modified iOS versions or otherwise unsupported apps, you can theoretically do so on the iPhone 1s, iPhone 4 / 5s / 5c, iPhone 5 (Plus), iPhone SE, iPhone 6s (Plus), iPhone 6 (Plus) thanks to Checkra7n ), iPhone 8 (Plus) and iPhone X do - practically according to the software description only from the iPhone 5s.
Checkra1n jailbreak is the first to use Checkm8
To the best of my knowledge, Checkra1n is the first jailbreak software for iPhone X, iPhone 8, 7, 6 and so on that successfully exploits the Checkm8 vulnerability. Thanks to it you can - at your own risk of course - gain full access to Apple smartphones and, for example, install cracked iOS versions with new functions, your own extensions and so on. For example, the Operating gestures for iPhone X and up with the right adjustments on the iPhone 7 and down. Or videos can be played via CarPlay on the display in the car. There are numerous customization examples.
Laut the official website For the Checkra1n software you will find the current beta version 0.9.2 and the note that it is compatible with Apple smartphones from iPhone 5s to iPhone X. The download is only available for macOS; there is no jailbreak software for Windows. On the website you will also find safety instructions that you should take to heart when using the JB app (of course after a backup of the iPhone): “This release is an early beta preview and as such should Note be installed on a primary device. we strongly recommend proceeding with caution. "
Jailbreak also for iPod Touch and iPad
The Checkra1n app can also be used with some models of the iPod Touch and the iPad tablet from Apple to break the proprietary system. However, it should be noted that the support for iPad Air, iPad Mini 2 and iPad Mini 3 (just like the iPhone 5s) are still experimental. The current Checkra1n Beta 0.9.2 does not support the iPad Air 2, the 5th generation iPad or the 1st generation iPad Pro. All information, the download, safety instructions and so on can be found on the download page linked above. By the way, you should only use checkra.in, as other sources may be fakes that you receive surprise with malware ;)
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