Downgrade and save chance for iOS 12 Jailbreak iPhone

The recently released iOS 12.1 is the game changer now for all 64-bit devices from which you will find some of the most awaited features and improvements. With all these, you know one thing clear about the next immediate thing Apple going make. In fact, within the next 14 days, Apple will soon close the gates to previous firmware making iOS 12.1 the only available option. So would you stay on the latest or downgrade to preserve the chance for iOS 12 Jailbreak iPhone? Let us see the possibilities around for Cydia iOS 12.

iOS 12 jailbreak iPhone

If we take a look at the latest iOS 12.1, there are many things to stay updates with a considerable number of improvements. In fact, it bundles some of the most awaited features like group FaceTime calling that helps you take up to 32 people for the same call supporting both video and audio. Additionally, there are more Emojis, eSIM support for iPhone XS, Max and iPhone XR and more. For additionally, there are many fixes with the latest iOS 12.1 firmware making your whole experience better. But would you give up your iOS jailbreak chances to stay on the latest iOS 12.1? it is up to you to decide.

iOS 12 Jailbreak iPhone- updates

If you are with either Electra or unc0ver jailbreak support, I must say that you are absolutely lucky to have Cydia Download. But in case if you are on iOS 11.4-iOS 11.4.1, you have no support for jailbreak and Cydia as of the tools available. And in the same way, if you are on iOS 12 or upper, you will also have to keep the wait on as there is no tool publicly available.

As you might have already aware, staying to the lowest possible firmware is one way increases the possibilities to jailbreak. As with the latest twitter update by @s1guza, iOS 12 by Apple has more security patches than the previous iOS 11.4 and iOS 11.4.1 that remained unjailbroken. So he sees more possibilities to another iOS 11 jailbreak than the chance for iOS 12 jailbreak. And this is even more confirmed by Pwn20wnd as well who is the developer of recent jailbreak unc0ver. So this must be a clue that Pwn20wnd is still working on iOS 11 jailbreak for the firmware missing Cydia rights as of now. And here, we could get encouraged with what been revealed at the middle of October by Ian Beer about iOS 11.4.1 centric exploits that remained. So stay tuned. But what if you are already on iOS 12?

Jailbreak iOS 12 is Demoed

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As to the recent demonstration by the team KeenLab, the latest iOS 12.1 is jailbreakable on the latest iPhone XS Max. This is unlikely to be a public jailbreak tool at this stage. But this adds more encouragement to the jailbreak lovers about the possibilities remain even at stage Apple has reached the highest security standards.

Final words

Looking at the current scenario of iOS 12 Jailbreak iPhone, we recommend you to stay to the lowest possible firmware in order to increase the chance for jailbreak. As with the developer view by @umanghere, there are exploits on iOS 12. Although they are patching in iOS 12.1, we could have hopes on getting the iOS jailbreak for lower firmware from iOS 12.1. So stay tuned.

Pangu looks like working for iOS 12 Jailbreak!

Jailbreak brings various interesting updates to the user in the recent days with respect to the firmware iOS 12 updated. The most powerful demo has come from the developer Min Zheng about the progress of team Pangu. So it looks like they are back in the game in focus iOS 12 Jailbreak. If you want to know when it will be to Download Pangu, have a look at the information below.

iOS 12 Jailbreak

If you are a big fan of jailbreaking your iPhone and to get Cydia, you must know the team Pangu who has been active in various jailbreak chapters. In fact, Pangu jailbreak owns a long-standing reputation from the community for giving a number of reliable jailbreak solutions. But seeing them not active in the days nearby, we were made to question about their progress for days ahead. And finally, they look like active in the scene in focusing Apple latest iOS 12.

About Pangu iOS 12 Jailbreak

Even though it is being quite a long time ever since we heard from Pangu jailbreak, we remember the name at the first spell itself. The reason is all its remarkable history supporting through a number of Cydia versions.  In fact, it is Pangu 9.3.3 that we met Pangu for the last time. But this looks going to change in the days ahead as with the new information by team Pangu that recently tweeted. This clearly reveals that they are still working with exploiting although sitting silently.

Pangu iOS 12 jailbreak

The first explanation about what Pangu revealed has come from Min Zheng, rather than Pangu itself. According to iOS security researcher Min(Spark) Zheng’s significant tweet, there seems a proof of a new working Pangu jailbreak on the Apple’s latest iPhone XS.

Will that makes any Jailbreak iOS 12 Release?

The previous jailbreak demo for iOS 12 is from Ali Security showing a possible untethered jailbreak. As to them, this is all done on the officially released iOS 12 soon once the firmware is announced to the public domain. But this was just in the testing purpose of Ali security and in no intention of a release.

The latest update by Pangu is also something similar to that. But here, Min Zheng reveals just about the growing interest of the team Pangu. In fact, this is a strong proof that says Pangu is still in the chapters of iOS jailbreak could possible directed in a new jailbreak. Although they have not directly said, iOS 12 is jailbreakable, with iPhone XS jailbreak, we are indirectly given the idea. In fact, iPhone XS runs iOS 12 latest.

Final Words

Looking at the state of current jailbreak and Cydia opportunities, we cannot make an exact word about the state of future jailbreak. But it is really good to hear that Pangu is working for it. So in the times ahead, there is a great possibility to see a new iOS 12 jailbreak from Pangu giving away all the silence so far. But still, there is no guarantee on any time frame or device capacity. To catch all the updates, stay tuned.