iOS 13.1.3 / 13 / 12.4.1 Unc0ver JAILBREAK News: NEW Kernel Bug PoC Released! (A12 too)

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In today's video, we're discussing a new iOS 13.1.3 down to iOS 12.4.1 Kernel Bug PoC that was released by @machport, as well as some important guidelines released by Unc0ver Jailbreak developer, @Pwn20wnd. In a series of tweets made a few hours ago, Pwn20wnd gives some important pieces of advice for those who wanna Jailbreak their devices on iOS 13.x and iOS 12.4.1 / iOS 12.4.2, especially for the A12 and A13 devices.

The kernel bug released by @S0rryMyBad a few days ago seems to have sparked Pwn20wnd's interest, as just a few minutes after @machport posted his PoC for that bug on GitHub, Pwn20wnd posted his guidelines regarding the best iOS versions to stay on if you want to jailbreak with #Unc0ver in the future. It seems that the kernel bug released by @S0rryMyBad may, in fact, be exploitable into getting tfp0. Even with tfp0, @Pwn20wnd warns that A12 and A13 devices still need more work for a Jailbreak to be achieved, so he recommends staying on iOS 12 where possible.

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