We're back with some fresh updates from the Apple universe. If you're someone who has a keen interest in jailbreaking, then you'll want to grab a cup of coffee and dive right into this.
1. Apple's Signature Move: iOS 16.6 No More
To kick things off, Apple recently stopped signing off on iOS 16.6. What does this mean? In layman's terms, if you're looking to downgrade or restore your device to iOS 16.6, well, that ship has sailed. If you happen to update or restore now, you'll find yourself cozying up with iOS 16.6.1. And for our developer friends, you might have noticed that Apple's already dished out the release candidate for iOS 16.7 and the much-awaited iOS 17.
2. The Golden Rule for Jailbreakers:
A word to the wise: if jailbreaking is your thing, always stick to the lowest firmware possible. This maximizes your chances of being able to jailbreak your device.
3. The Current Jailbreak Landscape:
As of now, here's a snapshot of the jailbreaking tools and their compatibility:
unc0ver jailbreak: Supports all those cool devices running iOS 14 to 14.3.
Fugu14 with unc0ver: This combo now works for iOS 14.3 through to 14.5.1. It's like a match made in tech heaven!
Fugu15: Hey developers, there's something special for you! Fugu15 jailbreak is out for developer testing on iOS 15.
Fugu15 Max: This one's still in beta, but it's got support for A12 - A15 devices, running from iOS 15.0 through 15.4.1.
palera1n: Good news for those with older devices (A11 and below). This jailbreak tool has been updated and supports iOS 16.5.1.
4. Final Thoughts:
While the allure of jailbreaking offers added freedom and functionality, always remember to exercise caution. Ensure you're using trusted tools and are well-informed about the risks.