iOS 13.5 jailbreak – Everything you should know
We are with the beta session of iOS 13.5 and waiting for its public seed as soon as possible. Even it is known as a version that designed for the Covid-19 pandemic, it may take a few further days or maybe hours from here. Somehow, we wish to come across iOS 13.5 jailbreak on our devices once Apple turns it into a complete offer. However, 13.5 is the sixth major release to the 13th iPhone OS with several remarkable updates to address users who wish significant support through their iDevice.
Checkra1n for iOS 13.5 jailbreak
We too excited to know if the Checkra1n team will be there behind 13.5 as well as the first jailbreaker who supported iOS 13.0. But as it is just a prediction, do not take it seriously that Checkra1n will support 13.5.
According to current details about jailbreakling, Checkra1n is our hope to see with future releases as well because of their exploit that used and that can apply on devices that based. But up to here, there is no good detail that we can chase about their support for future releases.
Cydia behind iOS 13.5 jailbreak
Of course, Cydia is what we wish to capture from any jailbreak. Since the day that jailbreakers offered Sileo as the only alternative to Cydia, we start to wish one of them on our jailbroken devices. However, at this instant, all we have is an alternative to Cydia and not the actual app store that we can bring Tweaks through. For that reason, it is pointless looking for Cydia when we proved that there is no public jailbreak tool either. As a hand to hand offer of jailbreaking, it is fair that we cannot expect Cydia without a proper jailbreak method.
If you were looking for iOS 13.5 to upgrade your device, just keep in mind that Apple did not confirm that the version is completed. Thus, we cannot upgrade or wish to get closer to its jailbreak tool. We are in a serious situation reminding that we have to stay a few more days to see how hackers will resolve it. Although some reports highlight Unc0ver and Checkra1n tools behind 13.5, we did not see any of those developers promised to publicize a possible jailbreak for any version after 13.4.1. As I suggest, you better stick around older jailbroken versions as it may not that easy to bring back if Apple will close sign in doors.