iOS jailbreak, iPhone jailbreak

iOS jailbreak, iPhone jailbreak

iOS 16 introduces a new lock screen that provides a higher level of personalization and customization through widgets, notification redesigns, and fonts and colors that can be adjusted over time. Multiple lock screens are supported, similar to watch dials, and can be associated with focus mode.

The Mail app has improved search and tools, including undo send, schedule send and follow up. Safari supports a sharing tab and Apple is working to replace passwords with Passkey, a more secure biometric way to sign in to accounts.

Introduction

Jailbreak software is available for the iPhone, iPod touch, iPad and Apple TV iOS systems. Once jailbroken, users can use package managers such as Cydia to install extensions and themes beyond the App Store, or to do things that were not possible before the jailbreak, such as install Linux. A jailbroken iPad, iPhone or iPod touch still runs the iOS operating system and can still use the App Store and iTunes, as well as other common features such as making phone calls.

Why jailbreak?

  1. Unblock iOS and install community and free software outside the App Store and without Apple’s permission, or even compile your own software.
  2. Modify your operating system
  3. Use command-line shell programs
  4. Access files inside root and write to them
  5. Extract important files (such as porting system features that require cracking the extracted files)

Precautions before jailbreak

  1. Make sure your system is within the supported version.
  2. Make a complete backup of your machine!
  3. Make sure your PC/Mac is in a networked environment.
  4. If you are using the OTA update version, first use iTunes to backup your device data, then restore your device completely, then jailbreak your device. 5.
  5. Before jailbreaking, make sure to turn off the “password” function, otherwise it will cause problems such as incomplete file writing and lead to white apple.

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