The video demonstrates a hacked iPhone X with iOS 13.1.1, which was released a couple of days ago. According to the hacker, the vulnerability will remain on all future versions of the operating system, because it is built into the bootloader in the device’s memory.
HACKED! Verbose booting iPhone X looks pretty cool. Starting in DFU Mode, it took 2 seconds to jailbreak it with checkm8, and then I made it automatically boot from NAND with patches for verbose boot. Latest iOS 13.1.1, and no need to upload any images. Thanks @qwertyoruiopz pic.twitter.com/4fyOx3G7E0/p
– axi0mX (@ axi0mX) September 29, 2019
Developer shows a jailbroken iPhone X on iOS 13.1.1 achieved by a new exploit 9to5Mac Developer and hacker Axi0mX recently shared a new exploit called? checkm8? that offers the possibility to jailbreak almost every Apple A-series CPU up to A11 Bionic chip. Today, the developer has posted a video that shows an iPhone X (which runs on A11 chip) booting up in verbose mode? something that is only possible? 9to5mac.com