iOS 13.6 Jailbreak Possibilities
July 20, 2020
Apple seeded iOS 13.6 to the public while they are planning to release iOS 14 this fall. Eventually, Apple released software updates to the public to patch the holes found by the jailbreak community. Somehow, this time with the iOS 13.6 update now can be jailbroken with Checkra1n jailbreak.
Checkra1n jailbreak iOS 13.6
The lifetime jailbreak that based on Checkm8 bootrom exploit now available on iOS 13.6 and iPadOS 13.6 jailbreak. As a hardware-based jailbreak process running with Checkra1n it cannot be patched any iOS version update. Furthermore, if you own an iPhone 5s - iPhone X you are an owner of already setting-up lifetime jailbreak as far as jailbreaking goes.
How to jailbreak iOS 13.6 using Checkra1n
If you’ve upgraded to the latest iOS 13.6/ iPadOS 13.6 follow the step guide to jailbreak iOS 13.6 and get the experience of lifetime jailbreak.
Check for the step guide below.
- At first, download the latest version of the Checkra1n jailbreak tool.
- Then you need to move downloaded DMG file into the Application folder.
- Open the Checkra1n app from there. You will see a message iOS 13.6 version is not supported. But don’t go anywhere still your version is supported with Checkra1n. Go to the next step.
- You can see there is an Option button. Jump to it and choose “Allow untested iOS/iPadOS/tvOS versions” option
- Make sure that option was checked then go Back.
- Give a tap on the Start button and then OK.
- Choose Next and follow the on-screen instructions. This step device will put into DFU mode.
- Once Checkra1n detects your device in DFU mode it will go through the process. When the process is running your iDevice will reboot several times. Let Checkra1n do the process as this was normally happening.
- Once the process is done, you will have the Checkra1n app on your iDevice home screen. Launch the Checkra1n app and run Cydia.
iOS 13.6 jailbreak Uncover and Odyssey
A new tfp0 exploit got success on the latest Apple released iOS 13.6 and iPadOS 13.6. So what that means is this should be patched by another software update in the future. Apart from the hardware-based bootrom exploit method, this tfp0 exploits depend on the software-based. The most popular Unc0ver, Chimera, Electra, and the upcoming Odyssey also use this tfp0 exploit method for their jailbreak process.
At first, we noticed this news from security researcher simo (@_simo36) teased a screenshot via Twitter and said that iOS 13.6 forced him to rewrite the exploit from scratch.
Here is his tweet
Meanwhile, if this exploit does get released to the public jailbreak community, we will have hopes on iOS 13.6 jailbreak on Unc0ver, Chimera, and the upcoming Odyssey jailbreak too. There is a stable iOS 13.5 jailbreak from Unc0ver jailbreak but for iOS 13.6 it needs more work to do and yet to be released a full-fledged jailbreak using this exploit.