Revealed during Apple’s WWDC this year, iOS 13 was made available to developers allowing them to know ahead of time what’s new in the new system, which includes implementing the dark mode, increased privacy control and more.
However, whenever a new version is announced (for the time being, it is not yet available for the final consumer), some users wonder about the possibility of seeing the already known jailbreak process implemented for the new distribution, thus opening a world of possibility for more advanced users.
This concern, it seems, may not be a big problem, in the end, having been revealed by the user iBSparkes in his Twitter account that there would already be loopholes in the system that allow the procedure to be performed, thus giving hope to the most enthusiastic procedure in question.
Despite the publication itself, little has been revealed about it but its existence will allow developers such as the Electra Team and Pwn20wnd to focus on bringing solutions to the next distribution, slated for release later this year.
— sparkey (@iBSparkes) June 10, 2019
Obviously, it is necessary to consider that this is only the first beta distribution for iOS 13, which may mean closing this door up to the arrival of its final version but undeniably is great news for those who are not supportive of the moorings put in the apple system.