Semi-untethered jailbreaks are here to stay, as evidenced by iOS 11's Electra method, Chimera for iOS 12, and even the new bootrom-based Checkra1n tool for iOS 13. While not as convenient as fully untethered, re-enabling a semi-untethered jailbreak is still pretty easy once you get used to the steps involved.
The infamous Checkm8 bootrom exploit, first showcased by axi0mX, has finally given way to the Checkra1n tool which aims to offer a permanent jailbreak solution for modders running on iOS 13 and beyond. The latest jailbreak method covers devices ranging from the iPhone 5s to the iPhone X.
With Unc0ver, Pwn20wnd was the first to successfully jailbreak an iPhone and iPad running iOS 12 versions. While it initially couldn't work on all devices, it's a completely different story now. Unc0ver currently works up to iOS 12.4 for A7 to A12X-powered devices. Plus, Chimera, another jailbreak tool, supports a similar range of models and versions.
It's been a long road, but the guys over at CoolStar have finally come up with a stable, semi-untethered jailbreak for 64-bit iPhones, iPads, and iPad touches running on iOS 11.2 up to 11.3.1, with the latest update extending coverage to 11.4 beta 3. So if you've held off on updating to the latest iOS 11.4.1, your patience has finally paid off.
On the surface, iOS 10.2 might look the same as iOS 10.3, but there's one big difference between the two versions: iOS 10.2 can now be jailbroken! Jailbreaking your iPhone means gaining access to thousands of tweaks and mods which greatly enhance the iOS experience, so this is great news for the power users out there.
We haven't had a working jailbreak method since October of last year, and that only worked for about a month until iOS 9.2 came out and shut down the loophole it was using. So all of those cool Cydia tweaks have been out of the question for quite a while now, unless you downgraded your firmware to keep jailbreak compatibility.
While it seemed like jailbreaking methods were always one update behind the current build, the team over at Pangu have already released a jailbreak tool for iOS 9, and it works up to iOS 9.0.2. It is not available for iOS 9.1 through 9.2 yet, but we will update this guide when they are ready.
Although iOS 8.4 was just released, the team behind the iOS 8.3 jailbreak have updated their tool for the latest operating system, and will work on an iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch. So if you've been wanting to get all your tweaks back, or want to start exploring all of Cydia's options, now's the time to jailbreak.
The release of iOS version 8.1.1 brought some much needed bug fixes to Apple's mobile operating system, but with it came a patch for Pangu's jailbreak method, which worked on iOS 8.0 to iOS 8.1 using a Mac or Windows computer. Luckily, it didn't take very long for a new team of developers to come up with a method for jailbreaking iOS 8.1.1 devices, and much like its predecessor, the process is a cinch.
Jailbreaking gives you root access to the iOS file system, allowing you to install third-party apps and tweaks on your iPhone that aren't available in the App Store. It opens up a whole new realm for what your device can do, but it can also cause instability across the system and can dissuade you from getting future updates from Apple that have important features, bug fixes, and security enhancements.
It's been over three months since iOS 7.1 came out, but your wait for jailbreak is now over. If you're still running iOS 7.0 iterations to maintain your jailbreak, you can now finally update to the latest and greatest thanks to a Chinese team of developers, who recently released their untethered jailbreak for Apple devices running iOS 7.1, 7.1.1, and even 7.1.2.
Just 94 days after the release of iOS 7, the team over at evasi0n have once again gifted us with their latest jailbreaking software for the newest version of iOS. The first iteration of evasi0n7 contained Chinese malware, but the subsequent release removed the malicious Chinese app store, so this evasi0n7 jailbreak should be just as safe as previous evasi0n jailbreaks were for iOS 6.
Update 1: Evad3ers have released a statement to the jailbreak community, claiming that the safety and security of their users is the most important thing to them and that all speculations about malware being encoded into the jailbreak is simply not true. You can read the full letter over at Evasi0n's site.
While the majority of America was watching the Super Bowl yesterday, the crew over at the evad3rs was finishing its work on their untethered iOS 6.1 jailbreak called evasi0n. Well, the wait is finally over!
For those interested in jailbreaking their A4 Apple devices (iPhone 4, 3GS, and 4th Gen iPod touch), a new update has been released that makes things a little easier. Unlike the previous Redsn0w iOS 6 jailbreak, the newest version, 0.9.15b1, comes with full support of the Cydia App store.
Even though iOS 6 has only been out for a day, the folks over at iPhone Dev-Team have already released a Redsn0w jailbreak that works on the iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, and iPod touch (fourth generation). As of right now, there's only a tethered jailbreak available, which means that you'll have to connect your device to your computer every time you power it up, but an untethered version that works on more devices is more than likely on the way. Until then, tethered is better than nothing, so here's...
Two easy steps to jailbreak your iPhone or iPod Touch! Use your device's built in web browser to go to the site JailbreakMe.com. Once you're there, all you have to do is activate the jailbreak program by moving the slide button over. The program does the rest of the work!
Looking for a quick guide on how to jailbreak your Apple iPhone 4, 3GS, 3G, iPad or iPod Touch with JailBreakMe? It's easier than you might think. And this free video tutorial from CNET presents an easy-to-follow, step-by-step guide of the entire process. For detailed instructions, and to get started running homebrew apps on your own Apple device, take a look!
Want to jailbreak your Apple iPhone 4, iPad or iPod Touch? With JailBreakMe, it's a cinch! This brief video tutorial from the folks at Butterscotch will teach you everything you need to know. For more information, including detailed, step-by-step instructions, and to get started jailbreaking your own Apple devices, take a look.
It's official! You are both able and allowed to jailbreak the iPhone 4. And oh boy is it easy! This video will show you how you can jailbreak your iPhone 4 quickly and easily using a program called Jailbreakme that you can acquire very quickly and for free right on your iPhone browser. How much easier could it be?
Last week, the Library of Congress decided that it was officially legal to jailbreak mobile devices. Now, days later, we finally have a jailbreak for the iPhone 4, and it might be the easiest such process ever conceived. This video will show you how you can go to one website and jailbreak your iPhone 4 or iPod Touch in about 30 seconds. Do it!
Now that it's legal to jailbreak mobile phones, why not finally take the plunge and jailbreak your iPhone? This video will show you how to create a custom .ipsw for iOS 4 for installation on an iPhone 3GS using Pwnage Tool 4.0. The process is pretty quick and easy, and will allow you to create the custom iPhone interface that you've always wanted.
In this how to video, you will learn how to unlock your iPhone 3G 3.0 firmware with Ultrasn0w. First, turn on your device and go to Cydia. Click manage and sources. From here, go to edit and click add. Enter repo666.ultrasn0w.com here and click add source. Once that is done, go back to Cydia. Go to search and look for Ultrasn0w. Click install and confirm to install it. Now you have Ultrasn0w installed. Reboot your iPhone. Next, insert your SIM card. Go to your settings to confirm that the SIM...
the creator of the link takes the viewer through the process of how to "Jailbreak" on the FIRMWARE 3.1.2, and the associated iPod products. During the video the unknown narrator vividly describes how to do this, with the aide of software, providing additional options for viewers with compatibility differences, suggesting the use of a different program when needed, ie. different iPod versions. The narrator takes the viewer through each process, in a step-by-step manner, which should be underst...
Check out this video if you are interested in learning how to Jailbreak AND Unlock the iPhone - Firmware 3.0.1 (August 2009).