The famous hacker iBSparkes has developed a brand new jailbreak tool for iOS 12.4. The developer shared on his Twitter page evidence of his innovator success to the iOS users who love and use jailbreak. We should note that before the beta variant of the newest iOS system was launched, many people said that it would be extremely difficult to jailbreak it. However, it seems that iBSparkes has discovered a method to exploit the operating system, which is at the moment in beta stage.
iOS 12.4 Beta Jailbreak Tool
To prove that his latest achievement functions, the renown hacker uploaded a screenshot on his Twitter account, depicting an iPhone SE running on iOS 12.4 beta together with the Cydia package manager. This means that iBSparkes developed an iOS 12.4 jailbreak tool able to take advantage of the newest iOS system.
It also means that his most recent jailbreak tool functions with all versions of iOS starting with 12.2 to 12.4. The developer dubbed his jailbreak Alpha since he was the first to break the most recent Apple build while still on its beta stage. Until now, iBSparkes has not announced the release window of his latest jailbreak tool.
iBSparkes’ most recent success proves that the iOS software is still prone to exploits in spite of the company’s effort to make it jailbreak secure. The iOS 12.4 beta jailbreak instrument is good news for iPhone owners who would instead prefer to customize their smartphones.
Even if there is good news now that there is an iOs 12.4 jailbreaker, this does not show that there will be a public jailbreak tool for the iOS 12.4 software when the beta stage will complete.
According to prior releases, the jailbreak for iOS 12.4 could be accessible after the launch of iOS 13. This could take some time but the actual status of iOS 12.4, which is still functioning on its beta version, must be taken into consideration.
The Cupertino-based tech giant is scheduled to launch the final version of iOS 13 on September the year 2019.
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