Looking to jailbreak iOS 13.1.3? The good news is that Checkra1n iOS 13 jailbreak IPA for iPhone X and other devices has been teased. Here are the details.

The world of jailbreak is an odd one at times. After months and years of seemingly little change to the status quo, the arrival of the hardware-based and unpatch-able bootrom checkm8 exploit has opened things right up and the creator of that exploit has a new jailbreak to share.

We’ve already told you about Checkra1n, but the last time we saw it, we were only given an image of an iPhone booting with text on-screen. Now we’ve seen something a little more distinct, although we still don’t know when Checkra1n will be released.

The new image, posted from the Checkra1n social account, shows a pair of iPod touch devices running an unknown version of iOS. Both of them show an icon with the Checkra1n logo and app name.

That’s presumably showing us that the app is now running on-device, taking us a step closer to this being a viable jailbreak.

If we do get that far, the jailbreak should work on all devices running any version of iOS, so long as they use the A5-A11 chips. That’s a huge number of devices that are out in the world today, so there’s a potential market for those looking to jailbreak those devices.

Of course, this doesn’t mean that a jailbreak will ever be released. The jailbreaking scene isn’t what it was five years ago, but it’s definitely still bubbling along. Let us know if you’d use this jailbreak in the comments below.

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