Apple released tvOS 12.4.1, watchOS 5.3.1, and a new Mojave 10.14.6 macOS build.
Apple released iOS 12.4.1 for the public today. This release comes after last week’s exposure to a vulnerability that has enabled many latest iPhone models running iOS 12.4 to jailbreak.
As we indicated, a jailbreak for iOS 12.4 was released publicly last week. The release came after a vulnerability that was initially resolved in iOS 12.3 was found by Apple accidentally unpatched. Google’s Project Zero team first disclosed the bug in question to Apple. In the security release notes for iOS 12.4, Apple detailed the fix.
The public release of a new iPhone jailbreak has become more and more uncommon. In particular, details of jailbreaks are kept private to prevent Apple from patching them. In addition, jailbreaks are coveted by safety scientists due to prospective safety market payouts.
The Settings app will quickly provide iOS 12.4.1 for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users.