Looking to jailbreak iOS 14 or iPadOS 14? iOS latest version of iOS 14 came out on 16th September 2020. Here is the current status of jailbreak iOS 14. Every time Apple releases a major new version of iOS, the dilemma for passionate jailbreak lovers is relatively simple. Do you upgrade your device to see all the new changes, or do you stay on an earlier iOS version that they know is safe and forget the cute new function and features? It’s a tough decision, but it could be slightly easier if you consider the power of the popular checkra1n jailbreak.
The power of the checkra1n jailbreak will be understood by most jail-breakers. As its underlying feat is bootrome based, Apple does not update software to patch the jailbreak. This means that, in turn, all devices vulnerable to hardware exploitation can be jailbroken forever regardless of Apple’s firmware patches.
This allows you to jailbreak your device when the checkra1n team put their plans in effect and release an iOS 14 compatibility update into the public domain if you have an iPhone X or older.
The team works behind the scenes on the iOS 14 pre-release seeds very likely to ensure that a freeze-off compatibility can be removed. Now, with the first release of the final iOS 14, we are hoping that only a few days before a new version of iOS 14 for iPhone X or older is released by the checkra1n team. Stay tuned and, as soon as we have any further information of course we will update.
For now, it’ll definitely be worth holding on to that iOS 14 update until you hear some practical released information from relevant teams, if you’re currently in jail and value that experience.