Apple Stopped Signing iOS 12.1, Prevent Users From Jailbreak

Earlier this month, Apple released the iOS 12.1.1 update, and on Tuesday it issued iOS 12.1.2 to users. Now, Apple has stopped signing iOS 12.1, which means users can only downgrade from iOS 12.1.2 to iOS 12.1.1, and can't go back to iOS 12.1. iOS 12.1.1 . iOS 12.1.1 introduced improved FaceTime app and Haptic Touch Rich Notifications on iPhone XR, while iOS 12.1.12 only fixed eSIM bugs.

As always, the move is ensuring users to have the latest security experience and prevent them from jailbreaking their devices, facts are that iOS 12.1 suffered from many bugs that pave the way for future jailbreak process. Hackers have found the version contains a Zero-day exploit, a privilege escalation bug, and a Safari based security exploit, which allows them to develop jailbreak tools in the future.

Looking forward, we advise users that if you want to continue jailbreak your devices, make sure to not to upgrade to iOS 12.1.1 or iOS 12.1.2. Despite that jailbreak is become less common and that the purchases of Cydia already disabled, many jailbreakers still have passion on it, we also saw that videos of jailbreak news and update continued pop up on YouTube everyday.

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