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Luca Todesco Challenged with teases on the checkm8-based jailbreak. iOS 12.4-13.1.3

checkra1n is the new generation jailbreak tool created by axi0mX. This can can be used to jailbreak Devices between A5 to A11 including newly releases iOS 13.

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Dubbed “checkm8,” the exploit is a bootrom vulnerability that could give hackers ADVANCE access to iOS devices on a level that Apple would be fail to block or patch out with a future software update.

Luca Todesco took to Twitter to tease an all-new custom boot logo and frame buffer concept for checkra1n.

A focused jailbreak utility that would be based on the recently-released checkm8 bootrom exploit from @axi0mX.

The official checkra1n Twitter page teased an image of what displays to be both a seventh-generation iPod touch and an iPhone SE – each running iOS 13 – with the checkra1n jailbreak app present on the Home screen.

Todesco mentioned that a lot of updates are being put into checkra1n to make this as seamless of a jailbreak experience as possible.Up to now the developments have been going smoothly.

The checkm8 bootrom exploit affects A5-A11 devices, up to and including the popular iPhone X.

This conceived the whole ‘notch’ craze that we see today in Apple’s group. Most of the supported devices don’t sport notches. but it’s good to have at least one modernized device type in the supported list of devices. Unfortunately, it doesn’t support the iPhone XS or newer.

Luca Todesco Challenged With Teases On The Checkm8-Based Jailbreak. IOS 12.4-13.1.3

Checkm8 is s a hardware-based exploit. This means that Apple can’t patch it with a simple software update (E.G. ChimeraElectra, and unc0ver).

With that in mind, those devices that are susceptible to it can now be pwned for life.Just like the iPhone 4 during the nostalgic limera1n days.

Jailbreak development are results of hard working team effort and patients. Unfortunately, we do not have any idea or prediction how long the developments will move on.


Regardless of progress, it is indeed exciting to see something so spectacular come to fruition.Especially in the face of Apple’s rapid software update releases in a seemingly blatant attempt to thwart jailbreaking altogether.