Planning to jailbreak your iPhone/iPad running iOS 15.0.2? You must be interested in finding out the latest updates and information to carry out the jailbreak procedure. Here we have everything you need to know about the current jailbreak scenario and the status update on iOS 15.0.2 jailbreak.
Apple has again blindsided many with the release of iOS 15.0.2 right after the previous iOS 15.0.1 release.
There are some important fixes in the new iOS release related to Apple MagSafe, AirTags, and many issues people were facing with the older version as well as those that were not addressed. But, how is this new release going to affect the would-be jailbreakers anxiously waiting to liberate their iPhones/iPads?
Here, the first thing worth noticing is that the latest release will fix certain issues reported by many new iPhone 13 users. However, it won’t affect the jailbreak status of those devices at all. That’s, primarily, because currently, we don’t have any jailbreak available for the latest iPhone 13 lineup of Apple, no matter what firmware it is running. That said, anyone with an older device shouldn’t really be worried about this latest iOS release from Apple.
As mentioned previously, the checkra1n jailbreak is Bootrom-based. It implies that software can’t patch the said jailbreak as it works at the hardware level. Now, that’s something refreshing to hear for anyone with an iPhone X or older. The release of iOS 15.0.2 and the devices updated subsequently won’t have any impact on the ability of checkra1n to jailbreak these devices. The owners, however, will have to wait for the release of an updated version compatible with the new iOS. We’re hopeful of getting that pretty soon.
So, simply put, the new iOS 15.0.2 release won’t have any impact on the jailbreak landscape at the moment. You can’t jailbreak your new iPhone 13. So that means it won’t affect the iPhone 13 users when it comes to jailbreaking. Those using iPhone X or older should wait until the checkra1n compatibility update is released. The iOS 15.0.2 is jailbreakable definitely, but not for now at least.