Apple’s recent updates to the iOS operating system mysteriously it was removed, then re-opened a vulnerability that allows to perform the jailbreak of your iPhone.

Initially the vulnerability was discovered by Google Project Zero in iOS version 12.2 early summer of 2019. Then came iOS 12.3 with a fix that closes the “hole” and eliminating the possibility of jailbreaking. However, in update 12.4 security experts have discovered the good-old bug.

In the end, on Monday Apple released an update iOS 12.4.1, which completely eliminates the possibility of hacking. At the moment the hotfix is available for iPhone 5s and newer models, iPad Air and iPod Touch 6 generation.

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