Apple only made iOS 13.6 and iPadOS 13.6 available to the public a matter of days ago but that was just a red wrag to the bull that is the jailbreak community.

According to reports, there’s already a new exploit that targets those two updates specifically.

Shared via Twitter by researcher @_Simo36, the new exploit needed to be completely rewritten from scratch because of changes to iOS 13.6.

For those who may not know, this tfp0 exploit allows an iPhone or iPad’s kernel memory to be read and written to.

If you are on iPhone X or below, you can already jailbreak iOS 13.6 using checkra1n, instructions for which can be found in the video embedded below:

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It is important to note that this jailbreak can be patched by Apple and it presumably will be, too. At the time of writing there has been no mention of whether this new exploit will be transformed into a full fledged jailbreak tool and released to the public or not.

But whether it is or isn’t, you can be sure that Apple will be looking to close things down in a future update. Whether that will wait for iOS 14 or not, we’ll have to wait and see.

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