iOS 13.2 jailbreak checkra1n release date teased? We wrote earlier in the week about qwertyoruiopz showing off what appeared to be an iOS 13.2 jailbreak. There was no actual information beyond that, but we might now know when the jailbreak will be released to the public.

The checkra1n jailbreak is based on the bootrom exploit discovered by axi0mx and given the name checkm8. That’s because it can’t be fixed by Apple, at least not in software, so will be a jailbreak that always works on devices running anything up to an Apple A12 processor. That’s a ton of iPhones and iPads.

According to a tweet by qwertyoruiopz that was quoted by by axi0mx yesterday, it appears that we now have a release window for Checkra1n. If accurate, we can look forward to it arriving on either November 7th or November 8th.

Whether that’s how things will actually pan out is anyone’s guess, but give the fact that you’d expect axi0mx to know when the release is happening, we’re inclined to go along with it for now. Although that’s only the case until we’re told otherwise or that time window comes and goes, of course.

Jailbreaking is in the middle of a bit of a resurgence thanks to the arrival of checkm8, and it will be interesting to see if this turns into something of a jailbreaking golden age.

Who knows? We’ll find out in the coming weeks and months.

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