Hacker and security researcher @pattern_F_ issued a stern reminder to avid jailbreakers Tuesday afternoon about the potential dangers of a jaw-dropping security flaw discovered in iOS & iPadOS 14.0-14.3.
Ever since the launch of the Taurine jailbreak for iOS & iPadOS 14.0-14.3, it has been followed by a steady stream of support updates with bug fixes and improvements.
Today is no different, with the Odyssey Team releasing yet another update in the form of Taurine version 1.0.3.
Although the unc0ver jailbreak by Pwn20wnd was the first to implement support for iOS & iPadOS 14.0-14.3, those who’ve been patiently holding out for CoolStar’s iOS & iPadOS 14-based jailbreak instead are going to be in for a treat.
Steering away from the initial plan to launch an SSH-only iOS & iPadOS 14 jailbreak first before launching a full-fledged iOS & iPadOS 14 jailbreak afterward, CoolStar has instead decided to focus all efforts on the full-fledged option — the fruits of which are now available to the general public.
If you've been following our recent jailbreak coverage you'll know that there is now a jailbreak available for iOS and iPadOS 14, released by the unc0ver team. Another tool is also on the horizon, being worked on by CoolStar. However, the exploit which it uses will only work on iOS and iPadOS 14.0-14.3, not the current 14.4, nor Apple's upcoming firmware, 14.5.
The problem for would-be jailbreakers had been that iOS and iPadOS 14.0-14.3 are no longer signed by Apple, which means users could no longer move to those firmwares through traditional methods. It therefore looked like anyone who wasn't already on iOS or iPadOS 14.0-14.3 was going to miss out on the first semi-untethered iOS 14 jailbreak.
If you’re using iOS or iPadOS 14 right now, then your only means of jailbreaking would be with the checkra1n jailbreak on older A7-A11-equipped handsets up to and including the iPhone X.
Fortunately, the tides may change in the relatively near future as a newly released kernel level local privilege escalation (LPE) dubbed cicuta_virosa looks particularly promising for all handsets capable of running iOS or iPadOS 12.0-14.3.
Apple just last week released iOS & iPadOS 14.4 to the general public with new features, bug fixes, and niche improvements, and as you might come to expect from the Cupertino-based tech company after having released a software update, the previous iOS & iPadOS 14.3 firmware is no longer being signed.
Apple closed the iOS & iPadOS 14.3 signing window just this evening, a move on the company’s behalf that prevents iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch users from being able to downgrade their handset’s firmware from the newer iOS & iPadOS 14.4 release. This should come as no surprise to anyone, as Apple generally follows this rhythm of signing and un-signing after each software update it launches, no matter how large or how small.
The App Store lets you browse the entire Apple Arcade catalog. But with well over a hundred games available on Apple Arcade, discovering the right title to kill a few minutes of your time may feel like finding a needle in the haystack. Thankfully, you have several filtering options at your disposal to isolate only the games that interest you. In this tutorial, we're going to show you how to sort and filter Apple Arcade titles by release date, controller support and more.
Back in October, one of the most popular third-party camera apps, Halide, welcomed one of the app's biggest updates. Now, Halide Mark II, remains one of the go-to options for folks who want to venture beyond the stock camera app.
Earlier this week, Apple released iOS 14.3 to the public. Now, Apple has released an update for its pair of smart speakers, the HomePod and HomePod mini.
iOS 14.3, which arrived yesterday, includes a new Siri feature that allows the digital assistant to play various sounds on demand, including sounds of animals, vehicles, instruments and more.
It has been in the works for awhile now, but Apple has finally launched the App Store privacy labels for apps available in the digital storefront.
It's been in the works for a while now, but the next big update for Apple's iOS 14 is finally here. Please welcome iOS 14.3 (and iPadOS 14.3).