iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 are publicly available for only a week, but this does not prevent many from asking questions about when the jailbreak of these versions will appear. Checkra1n recently received support for iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 on A9 and A9X devices, with support for A10 and A10X devices coming soon. As for the newer devices, nothing is known yet.
There is good news. Hacker @ZecOps is preparing to publish a new vulnerability with support for iOS 14 and iPadOS 14. He shared the news on Twitter:
@ZecOps promised to release the vulnerability only after Apple fixes it in subsequent versions of iOS 14. Recall that the company is already testing beta versions of the next update.
In theory, based on this vulnerability, it will be possible to develop a full-fledged exploit, and on the basis of the exploit, a jailbreak tool for iOS 14 (or an update for an existing jailbreak tool) can turn out. It is unclear whether this will happen or not.
If you’ve never heard of the @ZecOps hacker, it has released security vulnerabilities in the past. Just a year ago, he showed a new exploit “tfp0”, so you can trust him.
If you have jailbreak iOS 13 or iPadOS 13, we do not recommend you upgrade to iOS 14 or iPadOS 14. There is no guarantee that these versions will actually be jailbroken. In addition, Apple has already stopped signing iOS 13.7, so a rollback to iOS 13 is not possible.
If you’ve already installed iOS 14, now you have at least a little hope. But keep in mind that you have to wait.