iOS 14.1 has been released to the iPhone XR. However, Apple's new update could lead to two things: the new system version can either help or damage your device's performance.
According to GottaBe Mobile's latest report, the latest iOS 14.1 is the first iOS 14 milestone upgrade. The software provides new features and fixes for some of Apple's latest operating system's initial issues.
However, iOS 14.1 is still a relatively small release of the company. Although it could have a huge impact on iPhone XR, it still received negative comments.
For example, downloading iOS 14.1 requires a large memory of your device if it is currently running Apple's iOS 14.0.1 software. Also, if you're using an older version of iOS, the latest system will require larger download memory.
How to Jailbreak iOS 14.1
Although there are a few negative comments, iOS 14.1 can still offer incredible features that you can take advantage of. You can enjoy all of its features using Checkra1n.
This jailbreaking tool has released version 0.11.0, which adds support for iOS 14 and iOS 14.1. Many YouTube channels already posted a tutorial on how to use the tool.
Using Checkar1n jailbreaking tool
- First, you need to visit the "zeejb chekar1n" website and install its 0.11.0 utility version.
- Install the extracted DMG file directly into the/Application folder on your Mac or PC.
- Activate Checkar1n and go to its options and then check the "Allow untested iOS/iPadOS/tvOS versions" options.
- Connect your iPhone using a Lightning cable and select the "OK" option.
- Click the "Next Option" and simply follow the instructions.
- Once the DFU Mode is activated and detected, checkra1n will automatically jailbreak your iOS 14.1. It will involve rebooting your device a few times.
- Your iPhone will receive a notification stating that the process is complete. Once it is done, all you need to do is tap your Checkra1n app and click Cydia.
- Install the Cydia file to finish the process.
Currently, the jailbreaking tool only supports iPad (5th generation), iPhone 6s, iPhone SE, iPhone 6s Plus, iPad Mini 4, iPad Air 2, and iPad Pro (1st generation).
However, it is still not guaranteed that the jailbreaking tool will work in all scenarios.
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Written by: Giuliano de Leon.