Apple’s beta version of the operating system was vulnerable on smartphones iPhone X and earlier models.
Hackers circumvented iOS 14 protection by hacking the iPhone in less than a week after the beta version of the OS. It is reported by iPhoneHacks.
Experts noted that the checkm8 vulnerability associated with the device’s memory allowed to hack a device with a new operating system. Hackers showed the iPhone with the installed Cydia store, necessary for downloading software to hacked devices.
Just like the good ol ’days .. it’s good to be back on track 😉
There is still work to be done so please bare with us and be patient, the eta is as always wen.
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– DanyL (@ DanyL931) June 24, 2020
A little more progress 🙂 pic.twitter.com/aBPI9QDawa
– Sam Bingner (@sbingner) June 24, 2020
It is noted that the jailbreak was able to install iPhone X and earlier devices with a beta version of iOS 14. Hacking iOS 14 on newer smartphones will have to search for new vulnerabilities.
The final version of iOS 14 should be released this fall, then hackers promise to release full-fledged software for hacking the OS.
On the eve it was reported that Apple introduced iOS 14 with new features and design. The Correspondent also wrote that the top of the most vulnerable operating systems was compiled.
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