Re-Enable a Semi-Tethered 13.3 – iOS 13.3.1 Jailbreak to Restore Access to Sileo

Apple iOS 13.3.1 Release: Should You Upgrade? [Updated] and Great news! A brand-new iOS 13.3 – 13.3.1 jailbreak has been release. It’s call Chimera, and it comes to us from the Electra jailbreak team, bringing support for all iOS devices, including the later A12, A12 X, X Max iPhones and iPads, unlike previous jailbreaks that didn’t offer that support. Read on for all the details.

Compared to fully untethered jailbreaks, semi-untethered methods like Chimera for iOS 13.3.1 – 13.3 have one major handicap: you need to re-enable the jailbreak every time your iPhone turns off or restarts. As intimidating as it seems, however, kick starting the mod and restoring your tweaks is still pretty easy.

Apple Stops Signing iOS 13.3 As Unc0ver Jailbreak’s Public Release Nears In

Unc0ver jailbreak for iOS 13.3.1. We recently heard that Pwn20wnd’s progress on the latest Unc0ver jailbreak is nearing release. While users interested in utilizing the tool can’t be more excited, Apple has seen fit to stop signing iOS 13.3.

The iPhone-maker might have caught wind of the news that the new jailbreak tool. For the new build is right around the corner. The company’s latest iOS 13.3.1 is out. In the wild now and downgrading to the previous build is no longer possible.

Pwn20wnd, a software developer on the unc0ver team, said he managed to jailbreak an iPhone 11 Pro Max with iOS 13.3 installed. With this development, iOS 13 devices may be available to be re-jailbroken.

A developer managed to jailbreak iPhone 11 Pro Max with iOS 13.3 install. Jailbreak is known as a method that allows you to made more rationalization on your device by overcoming Apple’s restrictions on iPhones.

This process, which makes the phone more customization, of course brings with it some risks. Namely; If you do jailbreaking on your phone, you need to compromise security and know that your device will be out of warranty.