Chimera Jailbreaking Tool 1.1.0 Is Now Out; Faster & More Steady Loading Time Achieved
Apple recently released the iOS 13 public beta but there is no indication of a jailbreak version of the new build just yet. This is applicable to modified iOS 12 too, which jailbreakers were able to provide a jailbreaking tool that operates on versions 12 up to 12.1.2. Team Electra also announced that their popular Chimera Jailbreak Tool has a new update.
According to a report, Chimera Jailbreak Tool version 1.1.0 is now available. The latest enhancements roll out updates to the packaged Sileo, fix bugs, and the bundle manager icon vanishing after a successful jailbreak. The developers claim that users can opt to update their jailbreaking tool or not, but they can update the Sileo package even without the Chimera jailbreaking Tool especially for variants that features the 1.1.5 version.
Team Electra also discovered that with the new Sileo, they were able to achieve much steadier and much faster loading time. If users prefer to install Sileo independently without Chimera, it is still possible according to the team. All they have to do is to access it through the storage website of the developer.
The latest Chimera Jailbreak Tool update can function on both iPads and iPhones that run on iOS builds from the first version up to the 12.1.2 version. The latest attempts by Team Electra appear to indicate that the development of the jailbreaking tool on iOS 12 has been sensibly delayed. The same is true with the jailbreaking tool developed by the Unc0ver team.
Fans in the jailbreaking community are looking forward that the iOS 13 jailbreaking tool will soon be released. As of now, researchers and developers are finding ways the break the latest iOS build. There is a new process of jailbreaking the security researchers and developers are now looking into.
It seems to have been recently confirmed when Luca Todesco revealed that he was able to create a tfp0 exploit in iOS 13. Todesco's most recent feat simply shows that despite the efforts of Apple to tighten its security, the potential that jailbreakers could still break it is very high. It appears that Luca Todesco is not going to develop his own jailbreaking tool just like last time.
It seems that he will allow other developers to use his discoveries to develop their own jailbreaking tools. Apple will release the iOS 13 in September 2019. Fans can look forward to seeing a new jailbreak tool release for the said iOS build around October of this year.