Apple released iOS 13.5.1, patching all zero-day vulnerabilities to prevent jailbreak

The iOS 13.5.1 and iPadOS 13.5.1 updates focus on fixing dangerous security holes, which can make iPhones easily cracked with jailbreak tools.

Just a few weeks ago, Apple released iOS 13.5 and iPadOS 13.5 updates for iPhones and iPads, supporting contact tracking technology to combat the Covid-19 pandemic and many other FaceTime-related enhancements. However, this update was quickly complained by the user community for continuing to cause battery problems.

So Apple had to release the latest patch update, iOS 13.5.1 and iPadOS 13.5.1. At the meantime, users can now download the latest two updates via OTA.

Specifically, the update iOS 13.5.1 will patch the zero-day vulnerability on the iPhone, potentially causing the iPhone to be cracked as easily as the Unc0ver group recently cracked iOS 13.5. This is the first time in years the Unc0ver team has used the zero-day flaw to crack iOS. Additionally, this update does not bring any improvements or new features.

Normally, Apple releases many iOS and iPadOS beta versions for developers and users. However, with the latest update, iOS 13.5.1 and iPadOS 13.5.1, Apple almost released directly to the user. This also shows that the vulnerability that the company has just patched is extremely dangerous.

However, it should be noted that if you are not too serious about iOS 13.5 to be cracked, it is not necessary to update to iOS 13.5.1. Because in the past, there have been many cases where new Apple updates have caused new problems.

Nevertheless, you can avoid the update from download automatically by turning off the "Auto Updates" option in the settings of the device.


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