checkra1n iOS 13 Jailbreak Adds iOS 13.3 Support

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checkra1n iOS 13 jailbreak

The checkra1n iOS 13 jailbreak has received a major update, which brings support for iOS 13.3 among other things. With the added support for iOS 13.3 and iPadOS 13.3 users of iPhone, iPad and iPod touch can now use the checkra1n tool to jailbreak devices that are running the latest available version of iOS.

While iOS 13.3 support is the biggest change in checkra1n v0.9.7, the updated tool also brings several bug fixes and improvements. Notable bug fixes introduced in checkra1n v0.9.7 include fix for issue that prevented GUI from detecting changes in device modes as well as GUI hanging when jailbreaking certain iPad models. These GUI bugs have been fixed and checkra1n should behave more reliably.

The latest version of checkra1n also brings support for Apple TV 4K however there is a known bug that produces error -30 even on a successful jailbreak. Other changes in this update make checkra1n purge OTA updates on boot, removes libimobiledevice as a dependency and more. Full change log and download for checkra1n v0.9.7 is available on the official site here.

If you have not jailbroken your device yet, you can follow our guide for checkra1n iOS 13 jailbreak here. Before you jailbreak your device do remember that checkra1n jailbreak is still in beta. While the iOS 13 jailbreak is performing much better than its initial release, bugs are still expected. We recommend staying away from jailbreaking your daily driver or device that you rely on for work.

You can follow our complete checkra1n jailbreak coverage here.

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