New iOS 13 Checkra1n jailbreak released!

by Miki
Checkra1n jailbrek

Yesterday on the 10th November Checkra1n team released a first beta version of the jailbreak tool for iOS 13!

Checkra1n jailbreak is based od axi0mix “check8” hardware-based exploit for apple devices like iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch. This is BootROM exploit so you need a USB cable, and computer to jailbreak your IOS device. Unfortunately, this jailbreak does not support for A12 or A13 devices. A13 devices include the iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max. Apple A12 devices: iPhone XS Max, XS, XR, and 2018 iPad Pro models. 

Supported Devices

all devices from A5 to A11 are supported which means from iPhone 4s to iPhone X.

How to jailbreak your iOS device

First thing as I mentioned you need a USB cable and computer in order to boot jailbroken. Unfortunately Currently, only MacOS is supported but later windows and Linux will be supported as well. Download the Checkra1n jailbreak tool from the official website and run the app.

CheckRa1n jailbreak tool

Connect your device via USB and hit start, in order to perform jailbreak you need to enter into DFU mode. The app will assist you in how to enter into DFU on your device.  Your device will enter Recovery Mode, Then into DFU mode.

Once you enter into DFU Mode, the iOS jailbreak process will begin. This could take fairly quick and do not unplug your phone.

That’s it! The jailbreak is done! Now Open the Checkra1n jailbreak app and install Cydia. Launch Cydia and now you are jailbroken on iOS 13.

Cydia on iOS 13.2.2 - Checkra1n
Cydia on iOS 13.2.2 – Checkra1n

Final words

Always make backup your device before performing jailbreak just to ensure you don’t lose your data! My iPhone 7 plus works perfectly after jailbreaking. after reboot, you lose jailbreak and need to perform these steps every time you reboot your device!

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2 comments

James gaskin November 12, 2019 - 12:28 pm

It’s nice to see that latest iOS version is jailbroken 👍👌😀.

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Danielle November 12, 2019 - 2:32 pm

Yeah it’s seems that Apple doesn’t care about older devices and leave them vulnerable for hacks like this 😭😭

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