A12 Bionic

Unc0ver jailbreak picks up support for A12(X) devices running iOS 12.0-12.4

After a much-anticipated wait, hacker Pwn20wnd has incorporated full-fledged A12(X) device support into the unc0ver jailbreak tool and released it for public testing in the form of unc0ver v3.7.0 beta 1.

The new beta was made available for public testing Sunday afternoon following a series of suspenseful Tweets shared by Pwn20wnd himself along with some of his internal beta testers:

Luca Todesco has jailbroken the iPhone XS Max

iPhone XS jailbreak

Renowned security researcher Luca Todesco (@qwertyoruiop) is best known for his iOS 10-centric Yalu jailbreak tool. But Todesco flexed his hacking muscles once again over the weekend upon confirming how he successfully jailbroke Apple’s flagship iPhone XS Max.

The confirmation comes by way of a set of Tweets shared on the Twitter social media platform, which indicate that while Todesco has finished “hacking the XS Max,” he’s since returned to a stock installation of iOS.

Pangu team successfully jailbreaks Apple’s brand-new iPhone XS

If you’ve had the luxury of enjoying a jailbreak in the last couple of years, then it likely came in flavors of Yalu or Electra. But rewind back to the days of iOS 9.3.3, and the name Pangu might sound familiar.

Although it’s been quite a while since we’ve heard of anything new from the Pangu jailbreak team, it certainly seems as if they’re still tinkering with iOS to this day.

iPhone Xr tech specs

Alongside Apple’s flagship iPhone Xs and iPhone Xs Max handsets, Apple also unveiled a budget handset known as the iPhone Xr at the company’s September 12th event.

In this piece, we’ll outline the under-the-hood specifications that come standard on the budget-friendly iPhone Xr:

iPhone Xs and iPhone Xs Max tech specs

Apple unveiled two flagship handsets at the September 12th event, subtly named the iPhone Xs and the iPhone Xs Max, with the former being a 5.8-inch model just like the previous-generation iPhone X and the latter being a 6.5-inch model for those who prefer larger displays.

In this piece, we’ll outline the under-the-hood specs that come standard on the iPhone Xs and the iPhone Xs Max models: