A well-known hacking iPhone team has released a new “jailbreak” tool which release every iPhone, including the latest iOS 13.5 models.

As long as Apple has maintained its ‘walled garden’ approach for iPhones only by allowing apps to and customizations, hackers have tried to break away from what they call the ‘jailbreak,’ which is why it is named the ‘jailbreak,’ by discovering that iOS is already unresolved and breaches some of Apple’s many restrictions to prevent unnecessary access. It’s done for protection by Apple.

Nonetheless, jailbreakers say that breaking down those limitations makes you better than you would otherwise customize your iPhone, in a manner that is already popular for most Android users.

The jailbreak, developed by the unc0ver team, supports all iPhones running iOS 11 and older, including iOS 13.5 launched by Apple this week.

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The vulnerability details that the hackers used to make the jailbreak aren’t known, but it doesn’t last forever. Just as jailbreakers are working to find a way, Apple works quickly to correct defects and close prison breaks.

Nonetheless, jailbreakers say that breaking down those limitations makes you better than you would otherwise customize your iPhone, in a manner that is already popular for most Android users.

The jailbreak, developed by the unc0ver team, supports all iPhones running iOS 11 and older, including iOS 13.5 launched by Apple this week.

The vulnerability details that the hackers used to make the jailbreak aren’t known, but it doesn’t last forever. Just as jailbreakers are working to find a way, Apple works quickly to correct defects and close jailbreaks.

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Typically, security experts advise iPhone users against jailbreaking, since breaking out of the “walled garden” increases the area to new vulnerabilities.

The jailbreak happens when the brilliance of the usually strong security picture of Apple wears away. Last week Zerodium, an exploit dealer, said it was not going to purchase any iPhone bugs anymore because so many were present. This week, the motherboard announced that hackers had their hands on the upcoming iOS 14 release a few months ago.

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