IOS security researcher , posted on Twitter today has found a new prison for the iphone (via The Tip). This new feature – derived from the vulnerable bootrom – is called “Checkm8” and it may not be difficult for Apple to capture or even capture it.
You may not have heard the word “jailbreak” at times. Jailbreak for iOS devices open bootloader is for Android devices that allow the user to directly access important parts of the smartphone device. In the early days of the iPhone, jailbreak was very popular, due to the many restrictions applied to devices, such as non-customizable wallpapers, third-party applications may not be able to be installed, and others.
Concerns in prison have died in recent years due to a number of factors. Most importantly of all that Apple has added many features have been disabled before for iOS, there is no need to break prisons for most users. Apple does a better job with patches as it uses borders for longer prison terms.
According to SymbolHowever, Checkm8 is one of the biggest prison developments in recent years due to the wide range of things it covers.
Checkm8 is probably the biggest development for prison enthusiasts in prison in years.
With Checkm8, everyone with an iPhone made from the 4S up to the iPhone X can use it. The jailbreak itself stemmed from a faulty iPhone storage, rather than a computer, and an iPhone with an A5 – A11 chip that you could use. It looks like Apple passed the default when it started with the A12, so did the iPhone XS and iPhone 11 line Can be used.
It is still early days, so if you are an iPhone user who is lazy to jailbreak your device, you should be prepared to wait. In the meantime, the jailbreak will only work in a jail mode – that is, with the iPhone connected to the computer shortly before the device starts up, so that it will work properly. However, in the long run it will be a free prison that remains in vigilance, a major development for the community prison.
So far, Apple has not commented on the reports.