iOS 12.1 jailbreak on iPhone XS Max Expectations

iOS 12.1 was released over a week ago. Now, we saw what the OS brings and we like it. It comes with features like Group FaceTime, more than 70 new characters for emoji and many more. Devices which have this build have every chance of becoming customers’ favorite.

These days we were amazed by another announcement which might be vital for users who want to know more about jailbreaking their iPhone. You read it right! Recently, iOS 12.1 has been subject to a jailbreak performed on the most recent Apple device which operates this OS – iPhone XS Max.

The jailbreak won’t be released to the public yet

Recently, Liang Chen, staff member of Keen Lab, posted a photo confirming the iOS 12.1 jailbreak on his Twitter profile. The operation was performed on an iPhone XS Max. His initiative was highly appreciated, because it is the first ever ran on the 6.5-inch flagship from Apple.

Even if people are so curious, iPhone users shouldn’t wait so anxiously to actually see the jailbreak. Keen Lab is not so willing to share the process and release Chen’s work to the public. In this case, Apple fans won’t be able to witness the iOS 12.1 jailbreak anytime soon.

How will Keen Lab use Liang Chen’s breakthrough?

The most likely scenario connected to the iOS 12.1 jailbreak is that Keen Lab will try to sell it for the right price. Private companies might be very interested in what the Lab has to offer.

Also, it could be released by a hacker or developer, if they find it. In any case, we are happy to see that the latest iOS released by Apple can be subject to jailbreak.

Hunter Texidor

Hunter Texidor was born and raised in Toronto. He has written for Billboard, The Prague Post and Passport Magazine. In regards to academics, Sage earn his BBA from Mcmaster in Hamilton. Hunter covers business and economy stories here at Billionaire 365.

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