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Apple stopped signing iOS 13.5 as well as potentially reducing the possibility of a jailbreak



Apple stopped signing iOS 13.5 as well as potentially reducing the possibility of a jailbreak

Apple released iOS 13.5 on May 19. Just a few hours later, it was announced that jailbreak with the latest version of iOS had just released, which is it does not happen for several years, where the prison-breaking community was more active than it is today.

Undoubtedly, Apple is quickly falling into business enter the risk used to break into prison, a prison explosion compatible with all iOS 13.5-managed devices, including models released by Apple in September 2019: iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro.

On June 1, Apple released iOS 13.5.1, which patches affect the vulnerabilities allowed to launch the iOS 13.5 jailbreak

. Jailbreak unc0ver is compatible with all iOS versions up to 13.5, which jailbreak is no more is possible with the latest version of iOS Apple is signing up now.

Apple usually gives about two weeks margins since the introduction of the iOS version until it stopped signing last year, however, in this case, the time is reduced to 8 days

(He stopped signing last Monday night in Spain). This reduction in term is due to the security reasons for users of Apple devices cannot be affected by this vulnerability by breaking into prison or companies committed to exploiting this type of risk.

Greet me at the breaking of the prison

After stopping to sign iOS 13.5, the only iOS version currently signed for Apple is iOS 13.5.1, an update released by Apple on June 1, so if you have trouble working on your device forcing it to return, You can only do this version.

If you are a user of this latest jailbreak, you should be very careful about the tweaks you install on your device don't be forced to return it and miss the chance of a jailbreak, even if we think about the speed at which it came out, it probably won't take us long to hear about him in iOS 13 or iOS 14.

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