This developer is already making Jailbreak tool for the newly announced Apple iOS 14
It’s not even been a week Apple’s announcement of iOS 14 in the WWDC event and now this developer is already working on the Apple iOS 14 jailbreak tool. Apple has announced the very first preview of iOS 14 only a few days ago, with developers enrolled in the company’s testing program allowed to give it a try and try out all the improvements that were revealed at the WWDC.
checkra1n developer Sam Bingner recently tweeted a screenshot of showing Cydia running on iOS 14, suggesting that the work on a jailbreak for the new iPhone OS 14 progresses well and the release could happen rather sooner than later.
A little more progress 🙂 pic.twitter.com/aBPI9QDawa
— Sam Bingner (@sbingner) June 24, 2020
It’s been difficult for Apple to stay away from the world of jailbreak, well can you imagine? iOS is still in its beta and would ready for jailbreak. Well, it’s also an advantage for the company as it can fix its upcoming iOS before the final version of the operating system officially being released.
Well, in the past we even saw Hackers hacked Apple’s iPhone iOS 13.5 released just hours ago and said Jailbreak ready. Now knowing about the Cydia running on the iOS 14 will be a nightmare for the Apple devs, and the chances are it’d be ready faster than the company expected it.
The news of the availability of iOS 14 source code is a mouth-watering prospect for cybercriminals. In fact, it means cybercriminals can get their iPhone exploits ready early, to prepare for launch as soon as iOS 14 hits. Let’s take a look at the features of Apple’s upcoming iOS 14.
iOS 14 features:
- Compatibility with all devices able to run iOS 13
- Home screen redesign with widgets
- New App Library
- App Clips
- No full-screen calls
- Privacy enhancements
- Translate app
- Cycling and EV routes
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