Apple announced iOS 17 at WWDC last week, with big changes coming to Control Center, Lock Screen, and native apps. In addition, the new version comes with a series of upgrades that will enhance the iPhone’s functionality and make it easier for users to connect and share. Besides iOS 17, Apple also announced iPadOS 17 with many big changes.
In less than 24 hours after releasing the first beta, the famous jailbreak team Palera1n successfully jailbreaked iOS 17 and iPadOS 17. However, the jailbreak version only supports devices equipped with Apple A9 chip to chip. Apple A11.
iPadOS 17 supports all new iPads as well as some older iPad models with A19 to A11 chips. Because the iPadOS 17 jailbreak process relies on hardware vulnerabilities, all jailbreak-enabled devices must be equipped with A19 to A11 chip. Note that these devices must be compatible with Apple’s latest iPadOS 17 update.
This is not the first time the jailbreak community has managed to bypass Apple’s security barriers on the new iOS version through the checkm8 vulnerability.
This vulnerability was previously used to jailbreak iPhone models up to iPhone X. However, Apple ended support for iPhone X with the release of iOS 17. This means that no iPhone models can be jailbroken on the iPhone. iOS 17.
According to the Palera1n team, a jailbreak app will soon be released for iPad compatible with iPadOS 17. If you have an older device running iOS 15 or iOS 16, you can still jailbreak without any changes. which change. In addition, the team is also working on jailbreaking tvOS, which may be released soon.