What is Jailbreak?

Jailbreak is the process of removing Apple software restrictions for iOS devices. Usually, iOS users can install apps from the Apple App Store only. Jailbroken device allows you to install 3rd party apps that are not offered by Apple. Therefore, Jailbreak is the only way to install iOS system tweaks, themes, customization apps and many kinds of Apple dissentient apps.

Jailbreak tools and processes may vary depending on your device model and iOS versions. You should use the most compatible Jailbreak tool according to your device model / iOS version and computer operating system.

Jailbreak tools

Over the last few years, the jailbreak community has released a number of jailbreak tools to jailbreak the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch for each iOS firmware file.

This page has the most up-to-date information on the latest jailbreak tools that should be used to jailbreak your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch depending on the version of iOS running on it.

iPhone Jailbreak warning

Some of the unofficial apps that you’ll gain access to after jailbreaking are pretty tempting, and may offer features you’d never otherwise be able to access, but be weary; jailbreaking your iPhone and installing tweaks and apps from disreputable sources may lead to hackers being able to access your iPhone.

You can download the appropriate jailbreak tool for your device using the links provided below.

Frequently asked questions

What’s the latest?

iOS 12.0 → 2.1.2   Jailbreak using
ZeePro | Chimera
iOS 12.0 →  12.1.2   Jailbreak using
ZeePro |  unc0ver
iOS 11.0 → 11.4.1  Jailbreak using
ZeePro | unc0ver
iOS 10.0 → 10.3.3  Jailbreak using
 Meridian

Jailbreak iOS 12.4 Beta Online

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Jailbreak iOS 12.3 Online

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iOS 12.0 12.1.2 Jailbreak using Chimera

iOS 12.0 → 12.1.2

Few of jailbreak solutions available to Jailbreak iOS 12.2. Hexxa repo extractor specially released to jailbreak iOS 12.2. Also you can install NO jailbreak tweaks on iOS 12.2 using Vistian. Apricot iOS is another jailbreak solution for iOS 12.2 with virtual Jailbreak feature. Currently A12 devices like iPhone XR, XS and XS Max are not yet supported, please wait for an update.

 Jailbreak using unc0ver

iOS 12.0 to 12.1.2 Jailbreak using unc0ver

iOS 11.0 → 11.4

iOS 11.1 – iOS 11.1.1 – iOS 11.1.2 jailbreak has been the major target of jailbreak teams as Google’s Project Zero exploits and LiberiOS has been born as a jailbreak tool for iOS 11.1 – iOS 11.1.1 – iOS 11.1.2. This has been originated by the discovery of Ian Beer (Google’s Project Zero) and Jonathan Levin acts as one of the main charactors for this jailbreak release to the public.

Jailbreak using unc0ver| Jailbreak using Electra|Jailbreak using LiberiOS

iOS 10.0 to 10.3.3 Jailbreak using Meridian

iOS 10.0 → 10.3.3

iOS 10.2.1 and iOS 10.2 Jailbreak are available with different kind of Jailbreak methods. It fills with full functional jailbreak as well as jailbreak alternative solutions. Here are the methods.

Jailbreak using doubleH3lix | Jailbreak using H3lix | Jailbreak using Meridian
iOS 9.3.5 Jailbreak using Phœnix

iOS 9.3.5

All the method we have listed below. Both PC required and NO PC methods available for these tools. Online jailbreak methods are available with Silzee Online JB app which is exclusive on zJailbreak and Xabsi. Silzee online JB method is the easiest way to complete following jailbreak processes.

 Jailbreak using Phœnix

iOS 9.2 to 9.3.3 Jailbreak using Pangu

iOS 9.2 → 9.3.3

64-bit devices onkly. Semi-untethered only. Follow the Cydia Impactor method of installing the Jailbreak.

Jailbreak using Pangu
iOS 8.4

iOS 8.4.1

32-bit devices only. Follow the Cydia Impactor method of installing the Jailbreak.

 Jailbreak using EtasonJB

iOS 9.1 Jailbreak is for 64-bit devices only.

iOS 9.1 → 9.3.4

32-bit devices only. Semi-untethered, but can be untethered by installing UntetherHomeDepot via tihmstar's Cydia repo. Follow the Cydia Impactor method of installing the Jailbreak.

Jailbreak using Home Depot
jailbreak iOS 8.1, iOS 8.1.1, iOS 8.1.2 and iOS 8.1.3.

iOS 8.1.3 → 8.4

jailbreak iOS 8.1, iOS 8.1.1, iOS 8.1.2 and iOS 8.1.3.

 Jailbreak using TaiG

iOS 8.0 → 8

iOS 8.0 → 8.1

 Jailbreak using Pangu

Jailbreak using PPJailbreak

iOS 8.0 → 8.1.2

 Jailbreak using PPJailbreak

 

iOS 7.1 → 7.1.2 Jailbreak using Pangu

iOS 7.1 → 7.1.2

 Jailbreak using Pangu

iOS 7.1 → 7.1.2 Jailbreak using Pangu

iOS 7.0 → 7.0.6

 Jailbreak using evasi0n7

iOS 6.1.3 → 6.1.6 Jailbreak using p0sixspwn

iOS 6.1.3 → 6.1.6

 Jailbreak using p0sixspwn

iOS 6.0 → 6.1.2 Jailbreak using evasi0n

iOS 6.0 → 6.1.2

 Jailbreak using evasi0n

iOS 5.1.1 Jailbreak using redsn0w + absinthe2

iOS 5.1.1

 Jailbreak using redsn0w + absinthe2

iOS 5.0.1 Jailbreak using redsn0w + corona

iOS 5.0.1

 Jailbreak using redsn0w

iOS 4.3.4 → 4.3.5 Jailbreak using redsn0w

iOS 4.3.4 → 4.3.5

Tethered jailbreak. Update to a newer iOS.

 Jailbreak using redsn0w

iOS 4.3 → 4.3.3

iOS 4.3 → 4.3.3

Jailbreak

 Jailbreak using redsn0w

iOS 4.2.9 → 4.2.10 Jailbreak using redsn0w

iOS 4.2.9 → 4.2.10

iPhone 4 (CDMA) only. Tethered jailbreak. Update to a newer iOS.

 Jailbreak using redsn0w

iOS 4.2.5 → 4.2.8 Jailbreak using redsn0w iPhone 4 (CDMA) only.

iOS 4.2.5 → 4.2.8

iPhone 4 (CDMA) only.

 Jailbreak using redsn0w

iOS 3.2.2 → 4.2.1 Jailbreak using redsn0w + limera1n

iOS 3.2.2 → 4.2.1

 Jailbreak using redsn0w + limera1n

iOS 3.1.2 → 3.2.1 Jailbreak using JailbreakMe (Star)

iOS 3.1.2 → 3.2.1

 Jailbreak using JailbreakMe (Star)

iOS 3.0 → 3.1.1 Jailbreak using redsn0w + blackra1n

iOS 3.0 → 3.1.1

 Jailbreak using redsn0w + blackra1n

iOS 1.0 → 2.2.1 Jailbreak using older jailbreak tools listed on The iPhone Wiki

iOS 1.0 → 2.2.1

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