Every single member of the jailbreak community can not wait for the iOS 12 jailbreak to finally be launched. Many experts said that the iOS 12 is not as easy to jailbreak as its predecessors, but a recent report says otherwise. The read and write privilege along with the security exploit of the iOS 12 jailbreak were discovered.
The Tweet that changed it all
Simone Ferrini, a security researcher’s name on Twitter, confirmed that he and the team which he works with were able to pen iOS 12 beta. The latest beta release is beta 12 ahead of the forthcoming Golden Master seed of iOS 12, according to Redmond Pie.
“Kernel Memory R/W” was also achieved, according to the same tweet which underlines the massive amount of work put into this task. What you must take into account though is that the team has not discovered a full and final jailbreak for the iOS 12 platform of Apple. However, it gives us a hint on how the possible jailbreak for the iOS 12 might look like for the public.
We must also mention the fact that other two security researchers and developers are said to be part of this process as they were tagged in the tweet. TRUEL IT Company is the company tagged in the Twitter biography of Ferrini, and it looks like these two members of the team are connected with it as well. The tweet also featured a video which describes the work that has been taken on. An iPhone connected to a terminal session is shown in the video which also confirmes that what the team is claiming was precisely accomplished.
In case you want to try this jailbreak for yourself, you still need to wait a while.
Henry Lares is still early into his career as tech reporter but has already had his work published in many major publications including Tech Crunch and the Huffington Post. In regards to academics, Henry earned an engineering degree from Apex Technical School. Henry has a passion for emerging technology and covers upcoming products and breakthroughs in science and tech.