With our Jailbreak Tool Finder tool you can easily see if there is a jailbreak available for your device. Simply select your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch model from the list below, and wait a few seconds.
Our tool will quickly tell you if there’s a jailbreak tool available for your device, or if a kernel exploit was released which could be used for a jailbreak. Our tool shows the jailbreak status for all iOS versions of your device, all the way down to iOS 15.0 at the moment.
To begin, please select your device type below:
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What is iOS Jailbreak Tool Finder?
NEW: Jailbreak info for iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Pro models was added!
Our iOS Jailbreak Tool Finder tool is a quick and easy-to-use utility that allows you to specify your device model and get instant results on whether a jailbreak tool is available for your device, and what iOS versions are jailbreakable.
If a jailbreak is available for your device, we tell you the name of the tool and what iOS versions it supports. If a jailbreak is not available but a kernel exploit/vulnerability is, we tell you what iOS versions are supported by that so you know on what version you should stay.
Our Jailbreak Tool Finder has three states for each iOS version:
- Jailbreak Available – tells you the name of the jailbreak tool.
- Kernel exploit available – no jailbreak, but a kernel bug is publicly available, so you should stay on that version.
- No jailbreak/exploit available – this means the iOS version in cause is pretty bad for jailbreaking at the moment and if you can, you should downgrade to a lower one.
Our tool is updated in real-time and includes all devices.
Are iOS jailbreaks safe?
Mostly, yes. You do trade a bit of security because jailbreak tools are made using kernel vulnerabilities, and other iOS vulnerabilities combined into an app.
These vulnerabilities and exploits are necessary in order to allow tweaks and customizations to run. Apple doesn’t let users customize much of the device by default. In fact, Apple is known for imposing very draconic restrictions on what you can do with the device you paid for.
I am not sure why Apple believes I shouldn’t be able to customize the icons, fonts, animations, etc. of the device I paid a few thousand dollars for. This is exactly the spirit of jailbreaking – gaining back the freedom of installing what you want on your device, even at the risk of breaking something.
If you are careful what you modify/install, jailbreaks tend to be safe. Sure, you will be running an older iOS version than what is currently the latest, and you will run several iOS exploits to make the jailbreak work, so you should keep that in mind if you are security-focused.
We generally recommend jailbreaking only secondary devices.
Are iOS Jailbreak tools legal?
In the United States, jailbreaking an iPhone or any other iOS device was declared legal by the United States Copyright Office under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA). The exemption to the DMCA was granted in 2010 and was renewed every three years.
However, it’s essential to note that even though jailbreaking is generally legal in the US, it may still void your device’s warranty and could potentially lead to security and stability issues if not done carefully.
Apple has consistently advised against jailbreaking because it may introduce security vulnerabilities and other risks to the device. Jailbreaks do offer a lot of customization, but consider yourself warned about the potential drawbacks.
Have questions? You can contact me on Twitter (GeoSn0w / FCE365).
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