Jailbreaking is the process by which Apple’s operating systems are modified to remove restrictions and give greater user control over the device. These modifications typically allow running unsigned code, as well as reading and writing to the root filesystem, both of which are normally prevented by Apple. The increased privileges permit customisations and unfettered app installation which are not available to users with a stock device. Jailbreaking is most popular on, and most associated with, Apple’s mobile operating system iOS, though it also exists on tvOS and watchOS
Benefit’s of jail-breaking
- Install Third-party application
- Customization of the appearance (icons, boot animation, etc.)
- Access to hidden iOS system files
- Enable file sharing between iOS and Android devices
- Overcome the limitation of Bluetooth connections to image transfer only
- Ability to uninstall manufacturer-specific default apps
What are the risk factor available in jailbreak
- The jailbreak process can damage the system and risks compromising the functionality of iOS.
- The system becomes more susceptible to malware and spyware.
- The potential for damage by malware and spyware is elevated.
- Guarantee and warranty claims may become void.
- You may not be able to upgrade to new iOS versions easily
How to jailbreak iPad’s and iPhone’s?
chmod +x checkra1n
How to jailbreak iPhone using windows
Now Reboot your computer and enter your BIOS’s boot menu
- Select the flash drive, and it should boot into the login prompt
- Log in as anon, with password voidlinux
- At the $ prompt, enter sudo checkra1n