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iOS 12.4.2 RELEASED & Best Versions To Stay On For a JAILBREAK / tfp0
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In today's video, we're discussing Apple's unusual release of iOS 12.4.2 for 14 devices. The build only contains patches for 1 single bug in Foundation found by Google Project Zero. The #iOS 12.4.2 is available for iPhone 5S, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, a couple of iPads and iPod Touch 6th Generation, but not for any iOS 13 compatible devices. In fact, right now, for the devices compatible with iOS 13, iOS 12.4.1 is signed along with iOS 13 and iOS 13.1, but no iOS 12.4.2. For the devices that cannot run iOS 13, iOS 12.4.2 and iOS 12.4.1 are currently signed. In this video, we're also discussing which iOS version should you stay on if you wanna #jailbreak.

iOS 12.4.2 doesn't seem to come with battery improvements or any other performance enhancements over iOS 12.4.1 or even iOS 12.4. If you're currently running iOS 12.4.1 and you wanna jailbreak in the future, it's probably a good idea not to update. iOS 12.4.2 patches a bug from Google Project Zero, but it's not a kernel vulnerability. Not tfp0, not a sandbox escape either. Just some arbitrary code execution. While usable in a way or another for a jailbreak on iOS 12.4.1, there's no need for that vulnerability as tfp0 has been already announced by ZecOps.

 
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