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==2010==
 
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{{see also|The iPhone Wiki:Current events}}
===June===
 
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== 2019 ==
*June 24 -- [[N90ap|iPhone 4]] is launched.
 
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=== November ===
*June 22 -- [[iPhone Dev Team]] releases [[PwnageTool]] 4.0 and later 4.0.1 for all devices on 4.0 except iPod Touch 3G.
 
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* 18 November -- iOS/iPadOS 13.2.3 released.
*June 21 -- [[iPhone Dev Team]] releases [[Redsn0w]] 0.9.5 to jailbreak 4.0 on iPhone 3G and iPhone Touch 2G.
 
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* 12 November -- iOS/iPadOS 13.3 beta 2, tvOS 13.3 beta 2 and watchOS 6.1.1 beta 2 released.
*June 21 -- [[iPhone Dev Team]] releases [[Ultrasn0w]] 0.93, an unlock for baseband firmwares 4.26.08, 5.11.07, 5.12.01 and 5.13.04
 
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* 10 November -- [[checkra1n]] beta 0.9 released.
*June 21 -- Apple releases 4.0 firmware
 
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* 7 November -- iOS/iPadOS 13.2.2 released.
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* 5 November -- iOS/iPadOS 13.3 beta, tvOS 13.3 beta and watchOS 6.1.1 beta released.
   
===May===
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=== October ===
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* 30 October -- audioOS 13.2.1 released.
*May 3 -- Windows version of [[Spirit]] has been updated to not require Windows 98 compatibility mode to run and fixed a photo deletion issue.
 
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* 29 October -- watchOS 5.3.3 and 6.1 released.
*May 2 (?) -- [[comex]] releases [[Spirit]], an [[untethered jailbreak]] for all iDevices with firmware 3.1.2 through 3.2. Previously [[blackra1n]] was a tethered jailbreak on newer devices and people that updated to firmware 3.1.3 had no jailbreak at all.
 
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* 28 October -- iOS/iPadOS 13.2, iOS 12.4.3, audioOS 13.2 and tvOS 13.2 released.
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* 23 October -- iOS/iPadOS 13.2 beta 4, watchOS 6.1 beta 5 and tvOS 13.2 beta 4 released.
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* 16 October -- iOS/iPadOS 13.2 beta 3, watchOS 6.1 beta 4 and tvOS 13.2 beta 3 released.
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* 15 October -- iOS/iPadOS 13.1.3 released.
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* 10 October -- iOS/iPadOS 13.2 beta 2, watchOS 6.1 beta 3 and tvOS 13.2 beta 2 released.
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* 9 October -- watchOS 5.3.2 for [[Apple Watch Series 4]] released.
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* 7 October -- [[bridgeOS]] 4.0 released.
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* 2 October -- iOS/iPadOS 13.2 beta, watchOS 6.1 beta 2 and tvOS 13.2 beta released.
   
===Feb===
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=== September ===
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* 30 September -- iOS/iPadOS 13.1.2, watchOS 6.0.1, and watchOS 5.3.2 for [[Apple Watch Series 3]] released.
*Feb 12 -- [http://twitter.com/sherif_hashim sherif_hashim] discovers [[AT+XAPP Vulnerability]] and passes it to [[MuscleNerd]] elite member of the [[iPhone Dev Team]]
 
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* 27 September -- iOS/iPadOS 13.1.1 released.
*Feb 2 -- Apple releases 3.1.3 firmware closing [[usb_control_msg(0x21, 2) Exploit|usb_control_msg(0x21, 2)]] vulnerability used by [[blackra1n]].
 
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* 26 September -- iOS 12.4.2 for [[iPad Air]], [[iPad mini 2]], [[iPad mini 3]], [[iPhone 5s]], [[N61AP|iPhone 6]], [[N56AP|iPhone 6 Plus]], [[N102AP|iPod touch (6th generation)]], and watchOS 5.3.2 for [[Apple Watch Series 1]] and [[Apple Watch Series 2]] released.
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* 24 September -- iOS/iPadOS 13.1 and tvOS 13.0 released.
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* 23 September -- watchOS 6.1 beta released.
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* 22 September -- [[unc0ver]] updated to v3.7.0b1 with iOS 12.0-12.4 support (excluding iOS 12.3-12.3.1) for A12/A12X devices.
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* 20 September -- [[iPhone 11]], [[iPhone 11 Pro]], [[iPhone 11 Pro Max]] available to purchase. tvOS 13 beta 11 renamed to [[Golden Master|GM]].
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* 19 September -- iOS 13.0 for [[List of iPhones|iPhones]] and watchOS 6.0 released.
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* 18 September -- iOS/iPadOS 13.1 beta 4 and tvOS 13.0 beta 11 released.
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* 13 September -- [[N104AP|iPhone 11]], [[D421AP|iPhone 11 Pro]], and [[D431AP|iPhone 11 Pro Max]] available for pre-order.
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* 11 September -- watchOS 6.0 [[Golden Master|GM]] released.
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* 10 September -- '''By Innovation Only 2019''' event announcing [[Apple Watch Series 5]], [[iPad (7th generation)]], [[iPhone 11]], [[iPhone 11 Pro]], [[iPhone 11 Pro Max]]. iOS/iPadOS 13.1 beta 3, tvOS 13.0 beta 10, and iOS 13.0 [[Golden Master|GM]] (excluding iPod touch) released.
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* 4 September -- iOS/iPadOS 13.1 beta 2 and tvOS 13.0 beta 9 released.
   
==2009==
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=== August ===
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* 27 August -- iOS/iPadOS 13.1 beta, tvOS 13.0 beta 8 and watchOS 6.0 beta 9 released.
===November===
 
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* 26 August -- iOS 12.4.1, tvOS 12.4.1, and watchOS 5.3.1 released.
*November 3 -- [[Geohot]] releases [[blackra1n]] RC3, a software jailbreak for all devices. Includes a new unlock for the baseband 5.11.07 called [[blacksn0w]] and is also noticeably faster than previous versions.
 
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* 21 August -- iOS/iPadOS 13.0 beta 8 and watchOS 6.0 beta 8 released. [[Chimera|ChimeraTV]] updated to support tvOS 12.4.
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* 19 August -- [[Chimera]] updated to 1.2.8 with iOS 12.4 support (excluding iOS 12.3-12.3.2) for A9-A11 devices.
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* 18 August -- [[unc0ver]] updated to v3.5.0 with iOS 12.4 support (excluding iOS 12.3-12.3.2) for non A12 devices.
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* 15 August -- iOS/iPadOS 13.0 beta 7, tvOS 13.0 beta 7 and watchOS 6.0 beta 7 released.
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* 7 August -- iOS/iPadOS 13.0 beta 6, tvOS 13.0 beta 6 and watchOS 6.0 beta 6 released.
   
===October===
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=== July ===
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* 30 July -- watchOS 6.0 beta 5 released.
*October 11 -- [[Geohot]] releases [[blackra1n]] RC1, a 30 second software jailbreak for all devices, including a tethered jailbreak for the [[iPod touch 3G]].
 
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* 29 July -- iOS/iPadOS 13.0 beta 5 and tvOS 13.0 beta 5 released.
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* 22 July -- iOS 12.4, iOS 10.3.4 for [[iPad (4th generation)]] and [[iPhone 5]], iOS 9.3.6 for [[K95AP|iPad2,3]], [[iPad mini|iPad2,6 iPad2,7]] [[iPad (3rd generation)|iPad3,2 iPad3,3]] and [[N94AP|iPhone 4s]], tvOS 12.4, watchOS 5.3, audioOS 12.4, and iBridge 3.6 released.
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* 17 July -- iOS/iPadOS 13.0 beta 4, tvOS 13.0 beta 4 and watchOS 6.0 beta 4 released.
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* 16 July -- iOS 12.4 beta 7, and watchOS 5.3 beta 6 released.
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* 14 July -- [[Chimera]] updated to 1.2.3 to include support for some iOS 12.3 betas on A9-A11 devices. It was also updated to 1.2.2 for Apple TV 4K support up to tvOS 12.2.
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* 12 July -- [[Chimera]] updated to 1.2.0 to include support for iOS 12.1.3-12.2 on A9-A11 devices.
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* 11 July -- [[unc0ver]] updated to v3.3.0~b1 to include support for iOS 12.1.3-12.2 on A7-A11 devices.
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* 9 July -- iOS 12.4 beta 6 and watchOS 5.3 beta 5 released.
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* 8 July -- iOS/iPadOS 13.0 beta 3 (17A5522g) released.
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* 2 July -- iOS/iPadOS 13.0 beta 3 (17A5522f), tvOS 13.0 beta 3 and watchOS 6.0 beta 3 released.
   
===September===
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=== June ===
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* 24 June -- iOS 12.4 beta 5 and watchOS 5.3 beta 4 released.
* September 24 -- [[ih8sn0w|ih8sn0w]] Discovers the [[AT+XEMN|AT+XEMN]] Vulnerability used in [[blacksn0w|blacksn0w]] independently.
 
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* 17 June -- iOS/iPadOS 13.0 beta 2, tvOS 13.0 beta 2 and watchOS 6.0 beta 2 released.
* September 9 -- The [[iPod touch 3G]] w/ [[S5L8922]] processor is released, as well as an "MC Model" [[n72ap|iPod touch 2G]]. Both are no longer vulnerable to [[24kPwn]].
 
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* 11 June -- iOS 12.4 beta 4, tvOS 12.4 beta 3 and watchOS 5.3 beta 3 released.
* Firmware 3.1/3.1.1 (7C144/7C145) Released to the Public. Firmware closes [[iBoot Environment Variable Overflow|iBoot Environment Variable Overflow]] and [[AT+XLOG Vulnerability|AT+XLOG]] + [[AT+FNS|AT+FNS]] Baseband Exploits.
 
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* 10 June -- iOS 12.3.2 for [[iPhone 8 Plus]] released.
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* 3 June -- [[WWDC]] 2019. iOS/iPadOS 13.0 beta, tvOS 13.0 beta and watchOS 6.0 beta released.
   
===July===
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=== May ===
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* 29 May -- iOS 12.3.1 (16F8202) IPSW released for [[N112AP|iPod touch (7th generation)]].
* July 14 -- [[Geohot]] releases [[purplesn0w]], a software unlock for the [[iPhone 3GS]] using [[AT+XLOG Vulnerability|the same exploit as ultrasn0w]], but handled differently. Minutes later, an explanation and source code was posted.
 
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* 28 May -- [[N112AP|iPod touch (7th generation)]] announced and available to order. iOS 12.3.1 (16F8202) OTA released for it. iOS 12.4 beta 3, tvOS 12.4 beta 2, and watchOS 5.3 beta 2 released.
* July 7 -- [[The dev team]] updates [[redsn0w]] and [[ultrasn0w]] to version 0.8, now with [[iPhone 3GS]] support. Saurik also updates Winterboard to support the [[iPhone 3GS]].
 
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* 24 May -- iOS 12.3.1 released.
* July 3 -- [[Geohot]] releases [[purplera1n]], a software jailbreak for the [[iPhone 3GS]].
 
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* 20 May -- iOS 12.4 beta 2 released.
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* 15 May -- iOS 12.4 beta, tvOS 12.4 beta and watchOS 5.3 beta released.
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* 13 May -- iOS 12.3, tvOS 12.3, watchOS 5.2.1, audioOS 12.3 and Apple TV Software 7.3 released.
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* 10 May -- iOS 12.3 beta 6 released.
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* 7 May -- iOS 12.3 beta 5, tvOS 12.3 beta 5, Apple TV Software 7.3 beta 4 and watchOS 5.2.1 beta 5 released.
   
===June===
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=== April ===
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* 30 April -- [[Chimera]] jailbreak for all devices running iOS 12.0-12.1.2 and tvOS 12.0-12.1.1 released.
* June 28 -- [[Geohot]] posts pictures on his blog of the first fully jailbroken [[iPhone 3GS]].
 
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* 29 April -- iOS 12.3 beta 4, tvOS 12.3 beta 4, Apple TV Software 7.3 beta 3 and watchOS 5.2.1 beta 4 released.
* June 25 -- It's discovered that [[iPhone 3GS]] is vulnerable to [[0x24000 Segment Overflow|24kpwn]] exploit.
 
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* 22 April -- iOS 12.3 beta 3, tvOS 12.3 beta 3, Apple TV Software 7.3 beta 2 and watchOS 5.2.1 beta 3 released.
* June 24 -- [[The dev team]] release [[ultrasn0w]] unlock for [[iPhone 3G]] thanks to [[AT+XLOG Vulnerability|a new exploit]] discovered by [[User:Oranav|Oranav]].
 
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* 10 April -- tvOS 12.2.1 released.
* June 23 -- [[Geohot]] announces he's found a new exploit in [[iBoot]] he calls purplera1n.
 
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* 8 April -- iOS 12.3 beta 2, tvOS 12.3 beta 2 and watchOS 5.2.1 beta 2 released.
* June 19 -- Release of [[iPhone2,1|iPhone 3GS]] to the public and the release of [[PwnageTool|Pwnage Tool 3.0]] and [[RedSn0w|Redsn0w]] for jailbreaking devices running firmware 3.0
 
* June 17 -- Release of firmware 3.0 to the public.
 
* June 8 -- Apple announces the [[iPhone2,1|iPhone 3GS]].
 
   
===March===
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=== March ===
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* 28 March -- watchOS 5.2.1 beta released.
* March 10 -- The [[0x24000 Segment Overflow|untethered jailbreak]] for the [[iPod touch 2G]] is released thanks to the combined work of chronic, CPICH, posixninja, pod2g, ius, planetbeing, [[MuscleNerd]], and co after being leaked and sold by [[NitroKey]]. To prevent users wasting their money on a stolen exploit, the Hybrid DevTeam decided to release it immediately.
 
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* 27 March -- iOS 12.3 beta, tvOS 12.3 beta, Apple TV Software 7.3 beta and watchOS 5.2 released.
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* 25 March -- iOS 12.2, tvOS 12.2 and audioOS 12.2 released.
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* 20 March -- [[AirPods (2nd generation)]] revealed.
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* 18 March -- [[iPad Air (3rd generation)]] and [[iPad mini (5th generation)]] revealed. iOS 12.2 beta 6, tvOS 12.2 beta 6 and watchOS 5.2 beta 6 released.
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* 11 March -- iOS 12.2 beta 5, tvOS 12.2 beta 5 and watchOS 5.2 beta 5 released.
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* 4 March -- iOS 12.2 beta 4, tvOS 12.2 beta 4 and watchOS 5.2 beta 4 released.
   
===January===
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=== February ===
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* 20 February -- [[Electra]] updated to support jailbreaking tvOS 11.0-11.4.1.
* January 31 -- The [[iPhone Dev Team]] released a [[redsn0w Lite]], a tethered jailbreak for the [[N72ap|iPod touch 2G]]. It combines the [[ARM7 Go]] vulnerability with the well-established pwnage flow for other Apple mobile devices. It was bundled in a way that will allow usage on the 2.2.1 firmware through uploading the [[ARM7 Go]] vulnerable 2.1.1 iBoot to the device while in DFU mode.
 
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* 19 February -- iOS 12.2 beta 3, tvOS 12.2 beta 3 and watchOS 5.2 beta 3 released.
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* 7 February -- iOS 12.1.4 released.
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* 4 February -- iOS 12.2 beta 2, tvOS 12.2 beta 2 and watchOS 5.2 beta 2 released.
   
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=== January ===
* January 25 -- [[0wnboot]] is released to chronicdev google code page, thanks to AriX, chronic, CPICH, westbaer, ius, pod2g, the rest of the iPod devel crew on IRC, and to the #iphone-hax lab rats. Within days, the AriX and the chronic dev team got a ramdisk booting for a tethered jailbreak.
 
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* 30 January -- [[Electra]] and [[unc0ver]] updated to support jailbreaking iOS 11.4 and 11.4.1.
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* 24 January -- iOS 12.2 beta, tvOS 12.2 beta and watchOS 5.2 beta released.
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* 22 January -- iOS 12.1.3, tvOS 12.1.2, watchOS 5.1.3 and audioOS 12.1.3 released.
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* 10 January -- iOS 12.1.3 beta 4 released.
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* 7 January -- iOS 12.1.3 beta 3, tvOS 12.1.2 beta 3 and watchOS 5.1.3 beta 3 released.
   
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== 2018 ==
* January 17 -- [[MuscleNerd]] of the [[iPhone Dev Team]] [http://twitter.com/MuscleNerd/status/1127346766 shows a video demo] of the first jailbroken iPod Touch 2G.
 
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=== December ===
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* 20 December -- iOS 12.1.2 (16C104) released for iPhone.
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* 19 December -- iOS 12.1.3 beta 2, tvOS 12.1.2 beta 2 and watchOS 5.1.3 beta 2 released.
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* 17 December -- iOS 12.1.2 (16C101) released for iPhone.
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* 10 December -- iOS 12.1.2 beta, tvOS 12.1.2 beta, and watchOS 5.1.3 beta released.
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* 6 December -- watchOS 5.1.2 released.
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* 5 December -- iOS 12.1.1, tvOS 12.1.1 and audioOS 12.1.1 released.
   
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=== November ===
* January 16 -- [[ARM7 Go]] hole disclosed where else but here on The iPhone Wiki, for developers to poke and prod at
 
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* 29 November -- tvOS 12.1.1 beta 4 released.
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* 15 November -- iOS 12.1.1 beta 3, tvOS 12.1.1 beta 3, and watchOS 5.1.2 beta 2 released.
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* 7 November -- [[iPad Pro (11-inch)]], [[iPad Pro (12.9-inch) (3rd generation)]] and [[Apple Pencil (2nd generation)]] available for purchase. iOS 12.1.1 beta 2, tvOS 12.1.1 beta 2, and watchOS 5.1.2 beta released.
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* 6 November -- iOS 12.1 (16B94) released for [[N841AP|iPhone XR]].
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* 5 November -- watchOS 5.1.1 released.
   
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=== October ===
* January 15 -- The [[iPhone Dev Team]] [http://twitter.com/iphone_dev/status/1120595069 tweets the vfdecrypt key] for the [[iPod touch 2G]] 2.2 firmware, demonstrating for the first time that unsigned code can now be run on that device.
 
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* 31 October -- iOS 12.1.1 beta and tvOS 12.1.1 beta released.
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* 30 October -- [[iPad Pro (11-inch)]], [[iPad Pro (12.9-inch) (3rd generation)]] and [[Apple Pencil (2nd generation)]] announced and available for pre-order. iOS 12.1, tvOS 12.1 and watchOS 5.1 released.
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* 26 October -- [[N841AP|iPhone XR]] available for purchase.
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* 22 October -- iOS 12.1 beta 5, tvOS 12.1 beta 5 and watchOS 5.1 beta 5 released.
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* 19 October -- [[N841AP|iPhone XR]] available for pre-order.
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* 15 October -- iOS 12.1 beta 4, tvOS 12.1 beta 4 and watchOS 5.1 beta 4 released.
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* 9 October -- iOS 12.1 beta 3, tvOS 12.1 beta 3 and watchOS 5.1 beta 3 released.
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* 8 October -- iOS 12.0.1 released.
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* 2 October -- iOS 12.1 beta 2, tvOS 12.1 beta 2 and watchOS 5.1 beta 2 released.
   
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=== September ===
* January 1 -- The [[iPhone Dev Team]] releases [[yellowsn0w]] 0.9 beta for baseband 02.28.00.
 
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* 27 September -- watchOS 5.0.1 released.
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* 24 September -- tvOS 12.0.1 released.
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* 21 September -- [[Apple Watch Series 4]], [[D321AP|iPhone XS]] and [[iPhone XS Max]] available for purchase.
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* 18 September -- iOS 12.1 beta, tvOS 12.1 beta and watchOS 5.1 beta released.
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* 17 September -- audioOS 12.0, iOS 12.0, tvOS 12.0 and watchOS 5.0 released.
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* 14 September -- [[Apple Watch Series 4]], [[D321AP|iPhone XS]] and [[iPhone XS Max]] available for pre-order.
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* 12 September -- [[Apple Watch Series 4]], [[N841AP|iPhone XR]], [[D321AP|iPhone XS]] and [[iPhone XS Max]] announced. iOS 12.0 [[Golden Master|GM]], tvOS 12.0 [[Golden Master|GM]] and watchOS 5.0 [[Golden Master|GM]] released.
   
==2008==
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=== August ===
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* 31 August -- iOS 12.0 beta 12, tvOS 12.0 beta 10 and watchOS 12.0 beta 10 released.
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* 27 August -- iOS 12.0 beta 11 and tvOS 12.0 beta 9 released.
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* 24 August -- watchOS 5.0 beta 9 released
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* 23 August -- iOS 12.0 beta 10 released.
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* 20 August -- iOS 12.0 beta 9, tvOS 12.0 beta 8 and watchOS 5.0 beta 8 released.
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* 15 August -- iOS 12.0 beta 8 released.
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* 13 August -- iOS 12.0 beta 7, tvOS 12.0 beta 7 and watchOS 5.0 beta 7 released.
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* 6 August -- iOS 12.0 beta 6, tvOS 12.0 beta 6 and watchOS 5.0 beta 6 released.
   
===December===
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=== July ===
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* 30 July -- iOS 12.0 beta 5, tvOS 12.0 beta 5 and watchOS 5.0 beta 5 released.
* December 21 -- [[MuscleNerd]], of [[the dev team]] does a live demo of the 3G unlock, dubbed as 'yellowsn0w': http://qik.com/video/729275
 
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* 17 July -- iOS 12.0 beta 4, tvOS 12.0 beta 4 and watchOS 5.0 beta 4 released.
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* 12 July -- [[Electra|ElectraTV]] released to jailbreak tvOS 11.2-11.3.
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* 9 July -- audioOS 11.4.1, iOS 11.4.1, tvOS 11.4.1, and watchOS 4.3.2 released.
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* 8 July -- [[backr00m]] released to jailbreak tvOS 10.2.2-11.1.
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* 6 July -- [[Electra]] updated to jailbreak iOS 11.2-11.3.1.
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* 3 July -- iOS 12.0 beta 3, tvOS 12.0 beta 3 and watchOS 5.0 beta 3 released.
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* 2 July -- iOS 11.4.1 beta 5 released.
   
===August===
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=== June ===
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* 25 June -- iOS 11.4.1 beta 4, tvOS 11.4.1 beta 4, and watchOS 4.3.2 beta 3 released.
* August 18 -- [[The dev team]] releases [http://wikee.iphwn.org/news:pwnage20announcement QuickPwn], a 2.x [[pwnage]]/ramdisk combination exploit that allows jailbreaking without needing to create custom IPSWs.
 
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* 19 June -- iOS 12.0 beta 2, tvOS 12.0 beta 2 and watchOS 5.0 beta 2 released.
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* 18 June -- iOS 11.4.1 beta 3 and tvOS 11.4.1 beta 3 released.
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* 13 June -- watchOS 4.3.2 beta 2 released.
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* 11 June -- iOS 11.4.1 beta 2, tvOS 11.4.1 beta 2, and watchOS 5.0 beta (build 16R5283r) released.
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* 4 June -- iOS 12.0 beta, tvOS 12.0 beta and watchOS 5.0 beta (build 16R5283q) released. [[WWDC]] event.
   
===July===
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=== May ===
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* 30 May -- iOS 11.4.1 beta, tvOS 11.4.1 beta and watchOS 4.3.2 beta released.
* July 22 -- [[TA_Mobile]] hardware dumps the 3G baseband (bootloader 5.8 & FW 1.45.00) by desoldering the [[NOR]].
 
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* 29 May -- iOS 11.4, tvOS 11.4, watchOS 4.3.1 and audioOS 11.4 released.
* July 19 -- [[The dev team]] releases [[PwnageTool]] 2.0, jailbreaking and unlocking the 2.0 software on the iPhone 2G and jailbreaking the 2.0 software on the iPhone 3G.
 
* July 11 -- [[iPhone 3G]] is released.
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* 17 May -- iOS 11.4 beta 6 released.
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* 14 May -- iOS 11.4 beta 5, tvOS 11.4 beta 5 and watchOS 4.3.1 beta 5 released.
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* 7 May -- iOS 11.4 beta 4, tvOS 11.4 beta 4 and watchOS 4.3.1 beta 4 released.
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* 1 May -- iOS 11.4 beta 3, tvOS 11.4 beta 3 and watchOS 4.3.1 beta 3 released.
   
===June===
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=== April ===
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* 24 April -- iOS 11.3.1 released.
* June 9 - [[iPhone 3G]] is announced at [[WWDC]] '08.
 
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* 16 April -- iOS 11.4 beta 2, tvOS 11.4 beta 2 and watchOS 4.3.1 beta 2 released.
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* 2 April -- iOS 11.4 beta, tvOS 11.4 beta and watchOS 4.3.1 beta released.
   
===April===
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=== March ===
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* 29 March -- audioOS 11.3, iOS 11.3, tvOS 11.3 and watchOS 4.3 released.
* April 3 -- Dev team releases [[PwnageTool]] 1.0, making use of the pmdx exploit (to patch RSA checks out of the [[kernel]], to write unsigned to [[NOR]])
 
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* 28 March -- iOS 11.3 for [[iPad (6th generation)]] released.
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* 27 March -- [[iPad (6th generation)]] released.
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* 20 March -- tvOS 11.3 beta 6 released.
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* 16 March -- iOS 11.3 beta 6 and watchOS 4.3 beta 6 released.
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* 12 March -- iOS 11.3 beta 5, tvOS 11.3 beta 5 and watchOS 4.3 beta 5 released.
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* 6 March -- watchOS 4.3 beta 4 released.
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* 5 March -- iOS 11.3 beta 4 and tvOS 11.3 beta 4 released.
   
===March===
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=== February ===
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* 26 February -- [[Electra]] 1.0 and 1.0.1 released to the public.
* March 12 -- Dev team releases dual-boot jailbreak method, only to be silently fixed in 2.0.
 
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* 21 February -- watchOS 4.3 beta 3 released.
* March 4 -- [[User:N000b|George Zhu (n000b)]] releases [[ILiberty / ILiberty%2B]].
 
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* 20 February -- iOS 11.3 beta 3 and tvOS 11.3 beta 3 released.
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* 19 February -- iOS 11.2.6, tvOS 11.2.6 and watchOS 4.2.3 released.
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* 7 February -- watchOS 4.3 beta 2 released.
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* 6 February -- iOS 11.3 beta 2, and tvOS 11.3 beta 2 released.
   
===February===
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=== January ===
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* 25 January -- watchOS 4.3 beta released.
* February 28 -- [[Cydia]] is released as an open-source alternative to Installer.app, and prepares to take over the jailbreak application scene upon 2.0's release.
 
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* 24 January -- iOS 11.3 beta and tvOS 11.3 beta released.
* February 11 -- [[Zibri]] releases [[ZiPhone]], the first all-in-one unlock, activate, jailbreak solution.
 
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* 23 January -- iOS 11.2.5, tvOS 11.2.5, watchOS 4.2.2 and audioOS 11.2.5 beta 3 released.
* February 8 -- [[User:Geohot|geohot]] releases software unlock for 4.6, Apple states 25% of phones were never activated with AT&T.
 
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* 19 January -- iOS 11.2.5 beta 7 and watchOS 4.2.2 beta 5 released.
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* 17 January -- iOS 11.2.5 beta 6 and tvOS 11.2.5 beta 6 released.
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* 12 January -- tvOS 11.2.5 beta 5 and [[Electra]] JB toolkit released.
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* 11 January -- iOS 11.2.5 beta 5 released.
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* 9 January -- iOS 11.2.5 beta 4, watchOS 4.2.2 beta 4 and tvOS 11.2.5 beta 4 released.
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* 8 January -- iOS 11.2.2 released.
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* 3 January -- iOS 11.2.5 beta 3, watchOS 4.2.2 beta 3 and tvOS 11.2.5 beta 3 released.
   
===January===
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== 2017 ==
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=== December ===
* January 28 -- Dev team releases soft upgrade jailbreak for 1.1.3.
 
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* 24 December -- [[h3lix]] beta 1 released to jailbreak 32-bit devices running iOS 10.x.
* January 18 -- Geohot and his friends [http://iphonejtag.blogspot.com/2008/01/112-otb-unlocked.html unlocked 1.1.2 OTB 4.6 by test point], the unbeatable version at that time.
 
  +
* 19 December -- iOS 11.2.5 beta 2, watchOS 4.2.2 beta 2, audioOS 11.2.5 beta 2 and tvOS 11.2.5 beta 2 released.
* January 18 -- Dev team posts YouTube video of a jailbroken 1.1.3, which was made possible by the dual boot jailbreak from bgm.
 
  +
* 13 December -- iOS 11.2.1 and tvOS 11.2.1 released. iOS 11.2.5 beta, watchOS 4.2.2 beta, tvOS 11.2.5 beta, and audioOS 11.2.5 beta also released.
  +
* 5 December -- watchOS 4.2 released.
  +
* 4 December -- tvOS 11.2 released.
  +
* 2 December -- iOS 11.2 released.
  +
* 1 December -- iOS 11.2 beta 6 released.
  +
  +
=== November ===
  +
* 28 November -- iOS 11.2 beta 5 and tvOS 11.2 beta 5 released.
  +
* 17 November -- iOS 11.2 beta 4, tvOS 11.2 beta 4 and watchOS 11.2 beta 4 released.
  +
* 16 November -- iOS 11.1.2 released.
  +
* 13 November -- iOS 11.2 beta 3, tvOS 11.3 beta 3 and watchOS 4.2 beta 3 released.
  +
* 9 November -- iOS 11.1.1 released.
  +
* 6 November -- iOS 11.2 beta 2, tvOS 11.2 beta 2, watchOS 4.2 beta 2 and [[audioOS]] 11.2 beta 2 released.
  +
* 3 November -- iPhone X released. iOS 11.2 beta 2 for [[iPhone X]] released.
  +
  +
=== October ===
  +
* 31 October -- iOS 11.1, tvOS 11.1 and watchOS 4.1 released.
  +
* 30 October -- iOS 11.2 beta, tvOS 11.2 beta, watchOS 4.2 beta and [[audioOS]] 11.2 beta released.
  +
* 23 October -- iOS 11.1 beta 5 and tvOS 11.1 beta 4 released.
  +
* 20 October -- iOS 11.1 beta 4 and watchOS 4.1 beta 4 released.
  +
* 16 October -- iOS 11.1 beta 3, tvOS 11.1 beta 3 and watchOS 4.1 beta 3 released.
  +
* 15 October -- [[Saïgon]] jailbreak released in beta.
  +
* 11 October -- iOS 11.0.3 released.
  +
* 9 October -- iOS 11.1 beta 2, tvOS 11.1 beta 2 and watchOS 4.1 beta 2 released.
  +
* 4 October -- watchOS 4.0.1 released.
  +
* 3 October -- iOS 11.0.2 released.
  +
  +
=== September ===
  +
* 27 September -- iOS 11.1 beta, tvOS 11.1 beta and watchOS 4.1 beta released.
  +
* 26 September -- iOS 11.0.1 released.
  +
* 22 September -- [[Apple Watch Series 3]], [[Apple TV 4K]], [[iPhone 8]], and [[iPhone 8 Plus]] released.
  +
* 19 September -- iOS 11.0, tvOS 11.0 and watchOS 4.0 released. [[EtasonJB]] released for iOS 8.4.1.
  +
* 12 September -- iOS 11.0 [[Golden Master|GM]], tvOS 11.0 [[Golden Master|GM]] and watchOS 4.0 [[Golden Master|GM]] released. [[Apple Watch Series 3]], [[Apple TV 4K]], [[iPhone 8]], [[iPhone 8 Plus]] and [[iPhone X]] announced.
  +
* 6 September -- iOS 11.0 beta 10 released.
  +
* 5 September -- tvOS 11.0 beta 10 released.
  +
  +
=== August ===
  +
* 31 August -- iOS 11.0 beta 9 and tvOS 11.0 beta 9 released.
  +
* 28 August -- iOS 11.0 beta 8, tvOS 11.0 beta 8 and watchOS 4.0 beta 8 released.
  +
* 21 August -- iOS 11.0 beta 7, tvOS 11.0 beta 7 and watchOS 4.0 beta 7 released.
  +
* 14 August -- iOS 11.0 beta 6, tvOS 11.0 beta 6 and watchOS 4.0 beta 6 released.
  +
* 7 August -- iOS 11.0 beta 5, tvOS 11.0 beta 5 and watchOS 4.0 beta 5 released.
  +
  +
=== July ===
  +
* 24 July -- iOS 11.0 beta 4, tvOS 11.0 beta 4 and watchOS 4.0 beta 4 released.
  +
* 19 July -- iOS 10.3.3, tvOS 10.2.2 and watchOS 3.2.3 released.
  +
* 13 July -- watchOS 4.0 beta 3 released.
  +
* 10 July -- iOS 11.0 beta 3 and tvOS 11.0 beta 3 released.
  +
* 6 July -- tvOS 10.2.2 beta 5 released.
  +
* 5 July -- iOS 10.3.3 beta 6 released.
  +
  +
=== June ===
  +
* 28 June -- iOS 10.3.3 beta 5 released.
  +
* 26 June -- iOS 11.0 beta 2 (build 15A5304j), tvOS 11.0 beta 2 (build 15J5310h) and watchOS 3.2.3 beta 4 released.
  +
* 22 June -- iOS 10.3.3 beta 4 and tvOS 10.2.2 beta 4 released.
  +
* 21 June -- iOS 11.0 beta 2, tvOS 11.0 beta 2 and watchOS 4.0 beta 2 released.
  +
* 13 June -- iOS 10.3.3 beta 3, tvOS 10.2.2 beta 3 and watchOS 3.2.3 beta 3 released.
  +
* 7 June -- tvOS 11.0 beta (build 15J5284g) released.
  +
* 5 June -- iOS 11.0 beta, tvOS 11.0 beta (build 15J5284e), watchOS 4.0 beta and iOS 10.3.2 for [[iPad Pro (12.9-inch) (2nd generation)]] and [[iPad Pro (10.5-inch)]] released.
  +
  +
=== May ===
  +
* 30 May -- iOS 10.3.3 beta 2, tvOS 10.2.2 beta 2 and watchOS 3.2.3 beta 2 released.
  +
* 16 May -- iOS 10.3.3 beta, tvOS 10.2.2 beta and watchOS 3.2.3 beta released.
  +
* 15 May -- iOS 10.3.2, tvOS 10.2.1 and watchOS 3.2.2 released.
  +
* 4 May -- tvOS 10.2.1 beta 5 released.
  +
  +
=== April ===
  +
* 27 April -- iOS 10.3.2 beta 5 released.
  +
* 24 April -- iOS 10.3.2 beta 4, watchOS 3.2.2 beta 4 and tvOS 10.2.1 beta 4 released.
  +
* 17 April -- iOS 10.3.2 beta 3, watchOS 3.2.2 beta 3 and tvOS 10.2.1 beta 2 released.
  +
* 11 April -- [[alloc8 Exploit]] released for all revisions of the [[iPhone 3GS]], along with [[ipwndfu]] as a tool to utilise this exploit.
  +
* 10 April -- iOS 10.3.2 beta 2, watchOS 3.2.2 beta 2 and tvOS 10.2.1 beta 2 released.
  +
* 3 April -- iOS 10.3.1 released.
  +
  +
=== March ===
  +
* 28 March -- iOS 10.3.2 beta, watchOS 3.2.2 beta and tvOS 10.2.1 beta released.
  +
* 27 March -- iOS 10.3, watchOS 3.2 and tvOS 10.2 released.
  +
* 24 March -- [[iPad (5th generation)]], 32GB/128GB [[iPhone SE]] and PRODUCT(RED) [[iPhone 7]] available for purchase.
  +
* 21 March -- [[iPad (5th generation)]] and iPhone 7 (PRODUCT)RED Special Edition announced.
  +
* 20 March -- watchOS 3.2 beta 7 released.
  +
* 16 March -- iOS 10.3 beta 7 released.
  +
* 14 March -- tvOS 10.2 beta 6 and watchOS 3.2 beta 6 released.
  +
* 13 March -- iOS 10.3 beta 6 released.
  +
* 8 March -- iOS 10.3 beta 5, tvOS 10.2 beta 5 and watchOS 3.2 beta 5 released.
  +
  +
=== February ===
  +
* 28 February -- tvOS 10.2 beta 4 released.
  +
* 27 February -- iOS 10.3 beta 4 and watchOS 3.2 beta 4 released.
  +
* 20 February -- iOS 10.3 beta 3, tvOS 10.2 beta 3 and watchOS 3.2 beta 3 released.
  +
* 6 February -- iOS 10.3 beta 2, tvOS 10.2 beta 2 and watchOS 3.2 beta 2 released.
  +
  +
=== January ===
  +
* 30 January -- watchOS 3.2 beta released.
  +
* 24 January -- iOS 10.3 beta and tvOS 10.2 beta released.
  +
* 23 January -- iOS 10.2.1, watchOS 3.1.3 and tvOS 10.1.1 released.
  +
* 12 January -- iOS 10.2.1 beta 4 released.
  +
* 9 January -- iOS 10.2.1 beta 3, watchOS 3.1.3 beta 2 and tvOS 10.1.1 beta 2 released.
  +
  +
== 2016 ==
  +
=== December ===
  +
* 21 December -- watchOS 3.1.3 beta released.
  +
* 20 December -- iOS 10.2.1 beta 2 released.
  +
* 14 December -- iOS 10.2.1 beta and tvOS 10.1.1 beta released.
  +
* 13 December -- watchOS 3.1.1 retracted after reports of [[Apple Watch Series 2]] units bring bricked.
  +
* 12 December -- iOS 10.2, tvOS 10.1, watchOS 3.1.1 and Apple TV iOS 7.2.2 released.
  +
* 7 December -- iOS 10.2 beta 7 released. [[User:qwertyoruiop|qwertyoruiop]] releases [https://jbme.qwertyoruiop.com/ jbme] to re-enable the [[Pangu9]] jailbreak for iOS 9.3.3, as an alternative to the IPA.
  +
* 6 December -- tvOS 10.1 beta 5 released.
  +
* 5 December -- iOS 10.2 beta 6 and watchOS 3.1.1 beta 5 released.
  +
* 2 December -- iOS 10.2 beta 5 released.
  +
  +
=== November ===
  +
* 30 November -- tvOS 10.1 beta 4 released.
  +
* 28 November -- iOS 10.2 beta 4 and watchOS 3.1.1 beta 4 released.
  +
* 15 November -- watchOS 3.1.1 beta 3 released.
  +
* 14 November -- iOS 10.2 beta 3, tvOS 10.1 beta 3 and 10.0.1 released.
  +
* 9 November -- iOS 10.1.1 (14B150) released via IPSW's only.
  +
* 7 November -- iOS 10.2 beta 2, tvOS 10.1 beta 2 and watchOS 3.1.1 beta 2 released.
  +
  +
=== October ===
  +
* 31 October -- iOS 10.1.1, 10.2 beta, tvOS 10.1 beta and watchOS 3.1.1 beta released.
  +
* 24 October -- iOS 10.1, tvOS 10.0.1 and watchOS 3.1 released.
  +
* 20 October -- tvOS 10.0.1 beta 4 released.
  +
* 19 October -- iOS 10.1 beta 5 for [[iPhone 7]] and [[iPhone 7 Plus]] released.
  +
* 17 October -- iOS 10.0.3 for [[iPhone 7]] and [[iPhone 7 Plus]] and iOS 10.1 beta 4 released.
  +
* 12 October -- watchOS 3.1 beta 3 released.
  +
* 10 October -- iOS 10.1 beta 3 and tvOS 10.0.1 beta 3 released.
  +
* 4 October -- iOS 10.1 beta 2, tvOS 10.0.1 beta 2 and watchOS 3.1 beta 2 released.
  +
  +
=== September ===
  +
* 23 September -- iOS 10.0.2 released.
  +
* 21 September -- iOS 10.1 beta, tvOS 10.0.1 beta and watchOS 3.1 beta released.
  +
* 13 September -- iOS 10.0.1, tvOS 10.0 and watchOS 3.0 released.
  +
* 7 September -- iOS 10.0.1 [[Golden Master|GM]], tvOS 10.0 [[Golden Master|GM]] and watchOS 3.0 [[Golden Master|GM]] released. [[Apple Watch Series 1]], [[Apple Watch Series 2]], [[iPhone 7]], [[iPhone 7 Plus]] and [[B188AP|AirPods (1st generation)]] announced.
  +
  +
=== August ===
  +
* 26 August -- iOS 10.0 beta 8 and tvOS 10.0 beta 7 released.
  +
* 25 August -- iOS 9.3.5 released.
  +
* 19 August -- iOS 10.0 beta 7 released.
  +
* 15 August -- iOS 10.0 beta 6, tvOS 10.0 beta 6 and watchOS 3.0 beta 6 released.
  +
* 9 August -- iOS 10.0 beta 5, tvOS 10.0 beta 5 and watchOS 3.0 beta 5 released.
  +
* 4 August -- iOS 9.3.4 released.
  +
* 1 August -- iOS 10.0 beta 4, tvOS 10.0 beta 4 and watchOS 3.0 beta 4 released.
  +
  +
=== July ===
  +
* 29 July -- [[Pangu9]] for iOS 9.2-9.3.3 English version released.
  +
* 24 July -- [[Pangu9]] for iOS 9.2-9.3.3 released.
  +
* 18 July -- iOS 10.0 beta 3, tvOS 10.0 beta 3 and watchOS 3.0 beta 3, iOS 9.3.3, watchOS 2.2.2 and tvOS 9.2.2 released.
  +
* 6 July -- iOS 9.3.3 beta 5 and tvOS 9.2.2 beta 5 released.
  +
* 5 July -- iOS 10.0 beta 2, tvOS 10.0 beta 2 and watchOS 3.0 beta 2 released.
  +
  +
=== June ===
  +
* 29 June -- iOS 9.3.3 beta 4 and tvOS 9.2.2 beta 4 released.
  +
* 21 June -- iOS 9.3.3 beta 3 and tvOS 9.2.2 beta 3 released.
  +
* 13 June -- iOS 10.0 beta, tvOS 10.0 beta and watchOS 3.0 beta released.
  +
* 6 June -- iOS 9.3.3 beta 2, tvOS 9.2.2 beta 2 and watchOS 2.2.2 beta released.
  +
* 2 June -- iOS 9.3.2 (13F72) is released for the [[iPad Pro (9.7-inch)]].
  +
  +
=== May ===
  +
* 23 May -- iOS 9.3.3 beta and tvOS 9.2.2 beta released.
  +
* 19 May -- iOS 9.3.2 is retracted for the [[iPad Pro (9.7-inch)]] due to a bug that may prevent usage, but continues to be [[SHSH|signed]].
  +
* 16 May -- iOS 9.3.2, tvOS 9.2.1 and watchOS 2.2.1 released.
  +
* 3 May -- iOS 9.3.2 beta 4 and tvOS 9.2.1 beta 4 released.
  +
  +
=== April ===
  +
* 27 April -- tvOS 9.2.1 beta 3 released.
  +
* 26 April -- iOS 9.3.2 beta 3 released.
  +
* 21 April -- tvOS 9.2.1 beta 2 re-released.
  +
* 20 April -- iOS 9.3.2 beta 2 and watchOS 2.2.1 beta 2 released. tvOS 9.2.1 beta 2 was also made available, but it was quickly retracted due to a mishap with publishing.
  +
* 6 April -- iOS 9.3.2 beta, watchOS 2.2.1 beta and tvOS 9.2.1 beta released.
  +
  +
=== March ===
  +
* 31 March -- iOS 9.3.1 released.
  +
* 28 March -- iOS 9.3 (13E237) released for iPad 2 ([[K93AP|iPad2,1]], [[K95AP|iPad2,3]], and [[K93AAP|iPad2,4]]), [[iPad (3rd generation)]], [[iPad (4th generation)]], [[iPad Air]], [[iPad mini]], [[iPad mini 2]], [[N94AP|iPhone 4s]], [[iPhone 5]], [[iPhone 5c]], [[iPhone 5s]], [[iPod touch (5th generation)]].
  +
* 25 March -- iOS 9.3 (13E236) released for [[K94AP|iPad 2 (iPad2,2)]].
  +
* 23 March -- Pangu released [[J42dAP|Apple TV (4th generation)]] [[tvOS]] 9.0 - 9.0.1 jailbreak (v1.0.0).
  +
* 21 March -- iOS 9.3, tvOS 9.2 and watchOS 2.2 released to the public. [[iPad Pro (9.7-inch)]] and [[iPhone SE]] announced
  +
* 16 March -- Pangu9 1.3.1 (Windows)/1.1.1 (Mac) released to make untether of iOS 9.1 more stable.
  +
* 14 March -- iOS 9.3 beta 7 released.
  +
* 11 March -- Pangu9 1.3.0 (Windows)/1.1.0 (Mac) released to jailbreak 64-bit devices on iOS 9.1.
  +
* 10 March -- tvOS 9.2 beta 6 released.
  +
* 7 March -- iOS 9.3 beta 6 and watchOS 2.2 beta 6 released.
  +
* 1 March -- iOS 9.3 beta 5, tvOS 9.2 beta 5 and watchOS 2.2 beta 5 released.
  +
  +
=== February ===
  +
* 25 February -- [[Apple TV (3rd generation)]] software 7.2.1 released.
  +
* 22 February -- iOS 9.3 beta 4, tvOS 9.2 beta 4 and watchOS 2.2 beta 4 released.
  +
* 18 February -- iOS 9.2.1 (13D20) for [[N61AP|iPhone 6]], [[N56AP|iPhone 6 Plus]], [[iPhone 6s]], [[iPhone 6s Plus]], [[iPad mini 3]], [[iPad mini 4]], [[iPad Air 2]], and [[iPad Pro (12.9-inch)]] released.
  +
* 8 February -- tvOS 9.2 beta 3, watchOS 2.2 beta 3 and iOS 9.3 beta 3 released.
  +
  +
=== January ===
  +
* 25 January -- tvOS 9.1.1, 9.2 beta 2, watchOS 2.2 beta 2 and iOS 9.3 beta 2 released.
  +
* 19 January -- iOS 9.2.1 released.
  +
* 14 January -- iOS 9.3 beta 1.1 released.
  +
* 11 January -- iOS 9.3, tvOS 9.1.1, tvOS 9.2 beta, and watchOS 2.2 beta released.
  +
* 4 January -- iOS 9.2.1 beta 2 released.
  +
  +
== 2015 ==
  +
=== December ===
  +
* 25 December -- TaiG 2.4.5 released.
  +
* 16 December -- iOS 9.2.1 beta seeded to developers.
  +
* 8 December -- iOS 9.2, tvOS 9.1 and watchOS 2.1 released.
  +
  +
=== November ===
  +
* 30 November -- TaiG 2.4.4 released (no longer beta).
  +
* 20 November -- TaiG 2.4.4 beta released.
  +
* 18 November -- iOS 9.2 beta 4 and tvOS 9.1 beta 3 released.
  +
* 17 November -- iOS 9.1 (13B144) for iPad Pro (12.9-inch) released.
  +
* 11 November -- [[iPad Pro (12.9-inch)]] released.
  +
* 10 November -- iOS 9.2 beta 3 and tvOS 9.1 beta 2 released
  +
* 9 November -- tvOS 9.0.1 released.
  +
* 3 November -- iOS 9.2 beta 2 and tvOS 9.1 beta released.
  +
  +
=== October ===
  +
* 29 October -- iOS 9.2 public beta and tvOS 9.0 released.
  +
* 28 October -- [[Pangu9]] 1.0.0 for Mac released.
  +
* 27 October -- [[Pangu9]] 1.2.0 and iOS 9.2 beta released.
  +
* 22 October -- [[Seas0nPass]] 0.9.7 beta released to jailbreak [[K66AP|Apple TV (2nd generation)]] running 6.2.1 tethered.
  +
* 21 October -- [[Pangu9]] 1.1.0, iOS 9.1, tvOS 9.0GM, watchOS 2.0.1 and iTunes 12.3.1 released.
  +
* 15 October -- [[Pangu9]] 1.0.1 released.
  +
* 14 October -- [[Pangu9]] 1.0.0 released to jailbreak iOS 9.0, 9.0.1 and 9.0.2.
  +
* 12 October -- iOS 9.1 beta 5 released.
  +
* 6 October -- iOS 9.1 beta 4 and tvOS 9.0 beta 3 released.
  +
  +
=== September ===
  +
* 30 September -- iOS 9.0.2 and 9.1 beta 3 released.
  +
* 24 September -- iOS 9.0.1 released for iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus.
  +
* 23 September -- iOS 9.0.1 (excluding iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus) , 9.1 beta 2 and tvOS 9.0 beta 2 released.
  +
* 21 September -- watchOS 2.0 released to the public.
  +
* 16 September -- iOS 9.0 released to the public.
  +
* 9 September -- iOS 9.0 [[Golden Master|GM]], watchOS 2.0 [[Golden Master|GM]] and iOS 9.1 beta released to developers. [[iPhone 6s]], [[iPhone 6s Plus]], [[iPad Pro (12.9-inch)]], [[iPad mini 4]] and [[J42dAP|Apple TV (4th generation)]] announced.
  +
  +
=== August ===
  +
* 13 August -- iOS 8.4.1 and iTunes 12.2.2 released.
  +
* 6 August -- iOS 9.0 beta 5 and watchOS 2.0 beta 5 released.
  +
* 4 August -- TaiG 1.1.0 for Mac released.
  +
* 2 August -- TaiG 1.0.0 for Mac released.
  +
  +
=== July ===
  +
* 30 July -- iOS 8.4.1 beta 2 released.
  +
* 21 July -- iOS 9.0 beta 4 and watchOS 2.0 beta 4 released.
  +
* 20 July -- [[TaiG]] 2.4.3 released, no longer a beta.
  +
* 16 July -- [[TaiG]] 2.4.3 beta released, optimises jailbreak process.
  +
* 15 July -- [[N102AP|iPod touch (6th generation)]] released.
  +
* 14 July -- iOS 8.4.1 beta released.
  +
* 13 July -- [[TaiG]] 2.4.2 Beta released, fixes 30% and 40% issues as well as bundling Cydia 1.1.23. [[PPJailbreak]] 2.0.0 released to jailbreak iOS 8.1.3 - 8.4 on Mac.
  +
* 11 July -- [[TaiG]] 2.4.1 released.
  +
* 10 July -- [[TaiG]] 2.4.1 Beta released, fixes 60% issue.
  +
* 7 July -- [[TaiG]] 2.3.1 released.
  +
* 6 July -- [[TaiG]] 2.3.1 Beta released, includes Cydia 1.1.20.
  +
* 3 July -- [[TaiG]] 2.3.0 released, which removes the setruid-patch
  +
* 2 July -- [[TaiG]] 2.2.1 released to address a security vulnarability allowing all apps to get root easily.
  +
  +
=== June ===
  +
* 30 June -- iOS 8.4 released. [[TaiG]] 2.2.0 released to jailbreak iOS 8.4.
  +
* 23 June -- [[TaiG]] 2.0.0 released to jailbreak iOS 8.1.3, 8.2 and 8.3.
  +
* 8 June -- Apple announces iOS 9, watchOS 2.0, and a release date of June 30 for iOS 8.4 at [[WWDC]] 2015.
  +
  +
=== May ===
  +
* 15 May -- [[User:geohot|geohot]] [[The iPhone Wiki:Changing Ownership|transfers]] ownership of The iPhone Wiki to [[User:saurik|saurik]].
  +
  +
=== April ===
  +
* 23 April -- iOS 8.2 (build 12S506) released for Apple Watch.
  +
* 8 April -- iOS 8.3 and Apple TV 7.2 released.
  +
  +
=== March ===
  +
* 9 March -- iOS 8.2 released.
  +
  +
=== February ===
  +
* 23 February -- [[TaiG]] updated to version 1.3 to support iOS 8.2 beta and beta 2.
  +
* 12 February -- [[TaiG]] updated to version 1.2.1 to support iTunes 12.1.
  +
  +
=== January ===
  +
* 27 January -- iOS 8.1.3 and 7.0.3 (8.1.3) for Apple TV released.
  +
* 18 January -- [[PPJailbreak]] released to jailbreak iOS 8.0 - 8.1.2 on a Mac.
  +
  +
== 2014 ==
  +
=== December ===
  +
* 9 December -- iOS 8.1.2 released.
  +
  +
=== November ===
  +
* 29 November -- [[TaiG]] released to jailbreak iOS 8.0 - 8.1.1 on all devices except Apple TV.
  +
* 18 November -- iOS 8.1.1 and Apple TV 7.0.2 released.
  +
  +
=== October ===
  +
* 22 October -- [[Pangu8]] for iOS 8.x released.
  +
* 20 October -- iOS 8.1 released.
  +
* 16 October -- [[iPad Air 2]] and [[iPad mini 3]] announced.
  +
  +
=== September ===
  +
* 25 September -- iOS 8.0.2 released.
  +
* 24 September -- iOS 8.0.1 released. Critical bugs affecting Touch ID and cellular service was quickly discovered[http://support.apple.com/kb/HT6487] and the update was retracted.
  +
* 19 September -- Initial release of [[N61AP|iPhone 6]] and [[N56AP|iPhone 6 Plus]].
  +
* 17 September -- iOS 8.0 is released to the public, as well as 6.2.1 for the [[K66AP|Apple TV (2nd generation)]].
  +
* 9 September -- Apple announces the [[Apple Watch (1st generation)]], [[N61AP|iPhone 6]], and [[N56AP|iPhone 6 Plus]].
  +
  +
=== June ===
  +
* 30 June -- iOS 7.1.2 and Apple TV 6.2 released to fix iBeacon connectivity, mail attachments not being encrypted and a bug with data transfers from third party accessories.
  +
* 29 June -- [[Pangu]] 1.1.0 released with lots of improvements.
  +
* 23 June -- [[Pangu]] released to jailbreak iOS 7.1.x untethered.
  +
* 1 June -- [[p0sixspwn]] updated to version 1.0.8 to support iOS 6.1.6 and fix iTunes 11.1+ crashes.
  +
  +
=== April ===
  +
* 22 April -- [[iOS]] 7.1.1 and Apple TV 6.1.1 released with bug fixes, including [[Touch ID]] fixes.
  +
  +
=== March ===
  +
* 27 March -- [[evasi0n7]] updated to 1.0.8 to support iOS 7.0 (11A466) that shipped with some 5s and 5c iPhones
  +
* 10 March -- [[iOS]] 7.1, Apple TV iOS 6.1, [[J73AP|iPad Air (iPad4,3)]] and [[J87AP|iPad mini 2 (iPad4,6)]] released.
  +
* 1 March -- [[evasi0n7]] updated to 1.0.7 to fix problem where bundled repository package information could not be refreshed/updated by Cydia and updated bundled Cydia package lists.
  +
  +
=== February ===
  +
* 26 February -- [[iTunes]] updated to 11.1.5 to fix crashing and improve iBooks compatibility on OS X.
  +
* 22 February -- [[evasi0n7]] updated to version 1.0.6 to support iOS 7.0.6.
  +
* 21 February -- [[iOS]] 7.0.6 and iOS 6.1.6 released to address faulty SSL validation.
  +
* 5 February -- [[evasi0n7]] updated to version 1.0.5 to support iOS 7.0.5.
  +
  +
=== January ===
  +
* 29 January -- [[iOS]] 7.0.5 released for [[N49AP|iPhone 5c (iPhone5,4)]] and [[N53AP|iPhone 5s (iPhone6,2)]], fixing network provisioning.
  +
* 22 January -- [[iTunes]] 11.1.4 released, adding Wish List and language improvements.
  +
* 12 January -- [[evad3rs]] releases [[evasi0n7]] 1.0.4 to fix important untether security bugs.
  +
* 11 January -- [[evad3rs]] releases [[evasi0n7]] 1.0.3 to fix [[iPad mini 2]] bootloop issues, support iOS 7.1 beta 3 and include [[Cydia]] 1.1.9.
  +
  +
== 2013 ==
  +
=== December ===
  +
* 31 December -- [[evad3rs]] releases [[evasi0n7]] 1.0.2 to fix [[iPad 2]] bootloop issues.
  +
* 30 December -- [[User:Ih8sn0w|iH8sn0w]], [https://twitter.com/SquiffyPwn SquiffyPwn], and [[User:winocm|winocm]] release [[p0sixspwn]], an [[untethered jailbreak]] for iOS 6.1.3 through 6.1.5, for Mac OS X.
  +
* 24 December -- [[evad3rs]] releases [[evasi0n7]] 1.0.1 to completely remove Chinese piracy store.
  +
* 22 December -- [[evad3rs]] releases [[evasi0n7]], an [[untethered jailbreak]] for iOS 7.0 through 7.0.4.
  +
  +
=== November ===
  +
* 14 November -- [[iOS]] 7.0.4, 6.1.5 for iPod touch (4th generation) to fix [[FaceTime]] bugs and [[List of Apple TVs|Apple TV]] 6.0.2 released.
  +
* 1 November -- [[iPad Air]] released.
  +
  +
=== October ===
  +
* 24 October -- Apple TV firmware updated to 6.0.1.
  +
* 22 October -- [[iOS]] 7.0.3 released to fix various bugs including a passcode bug. [[iPad Air]] and [[iPad mini 2]] announced.
  +
  +
=== September ===
  +
* 26 September -- [[iOS]] 7.0.2 released to address Lock screen issues.
  +
* 23 September -- Apple releases a patched version of the Apple TV 6.0 update.
  +
* 20 September -- Initial release of [[iPhone 5c]] and [[iPhone 5s]]. iOS 7.0.1 is also made available for these devices. A 6.0 update for the Apple TV was also released, but is pulled due to problems.[http://www.macrumors.com/2013/09/22/apple-pulls-apple-tv-6-0-update-following-reports-of-bricking/]
  +
* 18 September -- [[iOS]] 7.0 released for the [[iPad 2]] and newer, [[iPad mini]], [[iPhone 4]] and newer, [[iPod touch (4th generation)]].
  +
* 10 September -- Apple announces the [[iPhone 5c]] and [[iPhone 5s]].
  +
  +
=== June ===
  +
* 25 June -- [[iFaith]] 1.5.9 released.
  +
* 19 June -- Apple TV firmware 5.3 released.
  +
* 10 June -- Apple unveils a completely-revamped [[iOS]] 7 at [[WWDC]].
  +
  +
=== May ===
  +
* 30 May -- Apple quietly unveils a 16 GB version of the [[N78aAP|iPod touch (5th generation)]] that omits the rear camera, replacing the [[N81AP|iPod touch (4th generation)]].
  +
* 2 May -- [[iOS]] 6.1.4 released for [[iPhone 5]].
  +
  +
=== April ===
  +
* 13 April -- [[iFaith]] updated to version 1.5.8.
  +
* 11 April -- [[Sn0wbreeze]] updated to version 2.9.14.
  +
* 10 April -- [[iFaith]] updated to version 1.5.7.
  +
  +
=== March ===
  +
* 10 March -- [[iFaith]] updated to version 1.5.6.
  +
* 19 March -- Apple releases [[iOS]] 6.1.3 to patch multiple security-related bugs and improve Maps for Japanese users.
  +
* 12 March -- [[evad3rs]] updated [[evasi0n]] to 1.5.3.
  +
* 11 March -- [[evad3rs]] updated [[evasi0n]] to 1.5.2.
  +
* 10 March -- [[iFaith]] updated to version 1.5.5.
  +
* 5 March -- [[evad3rs]] updated [[evasi0n]] to 1.5.1.
  +
  +
=== February ===
  +
* 23 February -- [[iFaith]] updated to version 1.5.4.
  +
* 23 February -- [[evad3rs]] updated [[evasi0n]] to 1.5. [[iFaith]] updated to version 1.5.3.
  +
* 19 February -- Apple releases [[iOS]] 6.1.2 as a hotfix to address Exchange issues. [[Evasi0n]] was updated to support iOS 6.1.2 later the same day.
  +
* 13 February -- [[Seas0nPass]] updated to support [[iOS]] 5.2 for the [[K66AP|Apple TV (2nd generation)]] [[untethered jailbreak]].
  +
* 11 February -- Apple releases [[iOS]] 6.1.1 for the [[N94AP|iPhone 4s]] as a hotfix to address connectivity issues. [[evasi0n]] was updated to support [[iOS]] 6.1.1 later the same day.
  +
* 4 February -- The [[evad3rs]] release [[evasi0n]] to [[jailbreak]] [[iOS]] 6.x.
  +
  +
=== January ===
  +
* 28 January -- Apple releases [[iOS]] 6.1.
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  +
== 2012 ==
  +
=== December ===
  +
* 18 December -- Apple releases [[iOS]] 6.0.2 containing bug fixes for the [[iPhone 5]] and [[iPad mini]].
  +
  +
=== November ===
  +
* 30 November -- Apple releases [[iTunes]] 11.
  +
* 12 November -- [[sn0wbreeze]] is updated to version 2.9.7.
  +
* 2 November -- Inital release of [[iPad (4th generation)]] and [[iPad mini]] in first set of countries.
  +
* 1 November -- Apple releases [[iOS]] 6.0.1.
  +
  +
=== October ===
  +
* 23 October -- Apple announces new [[iPad (4th generation)]] and [[iPad mini]].
  +
* 14 October -- The [[iPhone Dev Team]] releases [[redsn0w]] 0.9.15b1, which lets A5(X) users with the appropriate [[SHSH]] blobs remain on, or update to, [[iOS]] 5.x.
  +
  +
=== September ===
  +
* 21 September -- Initial release of [[iPhone 5]] in first set of countries.
  +
* 19 September -- Apple releases [[iOS]] 6.
  +
* 12 September -- Apple announces new [[iPhone 5]] and release date of iOS 6.
  +
  +
=== June ===
  +
* 18 June -- [[iPhone Dev Team]] releases a new version of [[redsn0w]] (0.9.14b1), adding the capability to downgrade iPhone [[N82AP|3G]]/[[N88AP|3GS]] [[Baseband]] from the [[06.15.00]] iPad baseband to the latest unlockable iPhone baseband ([[05.13.04]]). This allows 3G/3GS users that had upgraded to the iPad baseband, thus losing the GPS function and the ability to restore to stock firmware, to get back to an iPhone baseband, making their devices behave as intended again, as well as being unlockable by [[ultrasn0w]].
  +
* 14 June -- [[iPhone Dev Team]] releases a developer version of [[redsn0w]] (0.9.13dev1), which jailbreaks [[limera1n]] susceptible devices running [[iOS]] 6.0 beta. This version doesn't hacktivate nor install [[Cydia]], as it hasn't been ported to [[iOS]] 6 just yet. This jailbreak, however, installs afc2 and SSH, enabling developers to fix and prepare their apps to the next [[iOS]] version.
  +
* 11 June -- Apple announces [[iOS]] 6 at [[WWDC]] 2012, and seeds the first beta to developers.
  +
  +
=== May ===
  +
* 25 May -- The [[Chronic Dev (team)|Chronic Dev Team]] releases [[Absinthe]] 2.0, providing an [[untethered jailbreak]] for all devices except the [[Apple TV]]s and [[K93AAP|iPad 2 (iPad2,4)]]. ([[Seas0nPass]] was also updated to include [[Absinthe]]'s [[untethered jailbreak|untether]] for the [[K66AP|Apple TV (2nd generation)]].)
  +
* 7 May -- Apple releases [[iOS]] 5.1.1.
  +
  +
=== March ===
  +
* 7 March -- Apple releases [[iOS]] 5.1 and announces new devices: [[iPad (3rd generation)]], [[J33AP|Apple TV (3rd generation)]], and the [[K93AAP|iPad 2 (iPad2,4)]].
  +
  +
=== January ===
  +
* 20 January -- [[Absinthe]] was released to [[jailbreak]] and [[untethered jailbreak|untether]] the [[A5]] devices running [[iOS]] 5.0 and 5.0.1.
  +
* 18 January -- Apple announces [[iBooks.app|iBooks version 2.0]].
  +
  +
== 2011 ==
  +
=== December ===
  +
* 30 December -- [[User:pod2g|pod2g]]'s [[untethered jailbreak|untether]] for [[iOS]] 4.4.4 makes its way into a new version of [[Seas0nPass]] for [[K66AP|Apple TV (2nd generation)]] owners.
  +
* 27 December -- [[User:pod2g|pod2g]]'s [[untethered jailbreak|untether]] for [[iOS]] 5.0.1 is released in new versions of [[PwnageTool]] and [[redsn0w]], and as a Cydia package called [[Corona]] (by the [[Chronic Dev (team)|Chronic Dev Team]]) for devices already jailbroken on 5.0.1.
  +
* 15 December -- Apple releases [[iOS]] 4.4.4 for the [[K66AP|Apple TV (2nd generation)]], as well as a minor update (5.0.1 build 9A406) for the [[N94AP|iPhone 4s]] to address SIM card issues.
  +
* 4 December -- [[iFaith]] 1.4 is released, which can circumvent the [[APTicket]] [[nonce]] on devices vulnerable to [[limera1n]]'s exploit.
  +
  +
=== November ===
  +
* 10 November -- [[iOS]] 5.0.1 is released in an attempt to fix battery-related issues. It's the first non-beta available as an [[OTA Updates|OTA update]].
  +
  +
=== October ===
  +
* 14 October -- The [[N94AP|iPhone 4s]] is officially released, although some preorders were delivered early.
  +
* 12 October -- [[iOS]] 5.0 is released. The [[N94AP|iPhone 4s]] IPSW came with [[04.11.08]] due to a goof on Apple's side.
  +
* 5 October -- Steve Jobs passes away.
  +
* 4 October -- Apple announces the new [[N94AP|iPhone 4s]].
  +
  +
=== September ===
  +
* 19 September -- [[redsn0w]] 0.9.9 beta 1 is released, introducing a new UI and many features (like submitting [[SHSH]]s to the [[Cydia Server]].
  +
* 17 September -- [[MyGreatFest]], first iCommunity and jailbreak centered convention was held.
  +
  +
=== July ===
  +
* 15 July -- Apple releases [[iOS]] 4.2.9 and 4.3.4, patching all jailbreaking-related vulnerabilities (aside from those in the [[bootrom]]).
  +
* 6 July -- [[User:Comex|comex]] releases [[Saffron]], the first public [[jailbreak]] for the [[iPad 2]].
  +
* 2 July -- A beta version of the upcoming [[jailbreak]] from [[User:comex|comex]] for the [[iPad 2]], making use of a PDF exploit, was leaked. A hotfix by Apple is expected very soon.
  +
  +
=== June ===
  +
* 1 June -- [[User:ih8sn0w|iH8sn0w]] releases [[iFaith]] to dump [[SHSH]] blobs from a device.
  +
  +
=== May ===
  +
* 6 May -- [[PwnageTool]], [[redsn0w]], and [[sn0wbreeze]] are updated for [[iOS]] 4.3.3 support (and in the case of sn0wbreeze, [[iOS]] 4.2.8 support as well).
  +
* 3 May -- Apple releases [[iOS]] 4.2.8 and 4.3.3 to address the location-tracking controversy. Once more, current [[untethered jailbreak|untethering]] vulnerabilities remained unpatched.
  +
  +
=== April ===
  +
* 24 April -- [[PwnageTool]], [[redsn0w]], and [[sn0wbreeze]] are updated for [[iOS]] 4.3.2 support (and in the case of sn0wbreeze, [[iOS]] 4.2.7 support as well).
  +
* 14 April -- Apple releases [[iOS]] 4.2.7 and 4.3.2 to fix security issues and connection issues for [[K95AP|iPad 2 (iPad2,3)]], but leaves [[untethered jailbreak|untethering]] vulnerabilities unpatched.
  +
* 3 April -- All major jailbreak tools ([[redsn0w]], [[PwnageTool]], [[sn0wbreeze]]) get updated to includes [[i0n1c]]'s [[untethered jailbreak|untether]] code to jailbreak devices compatible with iOS 4.3.1 except the [[iPad 2]].
  +
  +
=== March ===
  +
* 25 March -- Apple releases iOS 4.3.1, properly blocking [[User:comex|comex]]'s [[IOSurface Kernel Exploit|exploit]].
  +
* 13 March -- [[User:Comex|comex]] shows a remotely jailbroken [[K95AP|iPad 2 (iPad2,3)]].
  +
* 11 March -- Release of the [[iPad 2]] in the USA. The exploits for [[limera1n]] ([[User:Geohot|geohot]]), [[SHA-1 Image Segment Overflow|SHAtter]] ([[User:posixninja|p0sixninja]]), and [[comex]]'s [[kernel]] exploit were closed by Apple.
  +
* 9 March -- Apple releases [[iOS]] 4.3, fixing the [[HFS Legacy Volume Name Stack Buffer Overflow]] vulnerability.
  +
  +
=== February ===
  +
* 15 February -- New version of both [[PwnageTool]] and [[sn0wbreeze]] were released to support 4.2.1 and untethered using the [[feedface]] exploit.
  +
* 7 February -- The [[Chronic Dev (team)|Chronic Dev Team]] release a version of [[greenpois0n (jailbreak)|greenpois0n]] to jailbreak the [[N92AP|iPhone 4 (iPhone3,3)]], using the [[HFS Legacy Volume Name Stack Buffer Overflow]].
  +
* 3 February -- [[User:Jaywalker|Jaywalker]] of the [[Chronic Dev (team)|Chronic Dev Team]] posts [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T3NYPVT13xw a video] of custom boot using a soon to be released version of [[Greenpois0n (jailbreak)|greenpois0n]].
  +
  +
=== January ===
  +
* 12 January -- Apple discontinues [[iOS]] support for [[N82AP|iPhone 3G]] and [[N72AP|iPod touch (2nd generation)]] since today's beta release of [[iOS]] 4.3. Also first time a beta [[iOS]] for [[K66AP|Apple TV (2nd generation)]] is released.
  +
* 11 January -- Verizon announces [[N92AP|iPhone 4 (iPhone3,3)]].
  +
  +
== 2010 ==
  +
=== November ===
  +
* 28 November -- [[ultrasn0w]] 1.2 is released by the [[iPhone Dev Team]] to unlock [[N82AP|iPhone 3G]] and [[N88AP|iPhone 3GS]] on baseband 6.15.00
  +
* 22 November -- Apple releases [[iOS]] 4.2.1 (respectively 4.2 for [[K66AP|Apple TV (2nd generation)]])
  +
  +
=== October ===
  +
* 31 October -- The [[iPhone Dev Team|Dev Team]] releases [[redsn0w]] 0.9.6b2 which jailbreaks [[iOS]] 4.1, 4.2 and 3.2.2 on every device available at the time of release (except for iPod touch (2nd generation) MC). It also includes "DFU" button allowing to flash custom [[IPSW]] from Windows [http://blog.iphone-dev.org/post/1452044444/redsn0w-limera1n-fun (see blog post)].
  +
* 20 October -- The [[iPhone Dev Team|Dev Team]] releases [[PwnageTool]] 4.1 which jailbreaks [[iOS]] 4.1 and 3.2.2 on every device available at the time of release. [http://blog.iphone-dev.org/post/1359246784/20102010-event (see blog post)]
  +
* 18 October -- [[Chronic Dev (team)|Chronic Dev Team]] releases [[Greenpois0n (jailbreak)|greenpois0n]] RC4 which added support for iPod touch (2nd generation) (MC and MB) for an untethered jailbreak using [[User:comex|comex]]'s kernel exploit and the [[usb_control_msg(0xA1, 1) Exploit]].
  +
* 12 October -- [[Chronic Dev (team)|Chronic Dev Team]] releases [[Greenpois0n (jailbreak)|greenpois0n]] after switching its exploit from [[SHA-1 Image Segment Overflow|SHAtter]] to [[limera1n]], in the hope that [[SHA-1 Image Segment Overflow|SHAtter]] remains for 5th generation devices. (The exploit [[limera1n]] uses was fixed in the [[iBoot (Bootloader)|iBoot]] revision found in [[iOS]] 4.2 beta 2, which means Apple knows about the vulnerability and the next [[bootrom]] revision may have it patched.)
  +
* 10 October -- Following the first [[limera1n]] beta release, [[User:geohot|geohot]] released multiple versions, each fixing bugs affecting previous releases. [[Chronic Dev (team)|Chronic Dev Team]] officialy anounces that, in order to keep [[SHA-1 Image Segment Overflow|SHAtter]] undisclosed and possibly preserve it for 5th generation devices, [[Greenpois0n (jailbreak)|greenpois0n]] would be delayed in order to incorporate this new exploit [[limera1n]] uses.
  +
* 9 October -- In order to push [[Chronic Dev (team)|Chronic Dev Team]] to change the exploit used on [[Greenpois0n (jailbreak)|greenpois0n]], [[User:geohot|geohot]] rushed out a beta version of [[limera1n]].
  +
* 8 October -- [[User:Geohot|Geohot]] comes back to the scene with a new [[bootrom]] exploit believed to work on all devices, as shown on the resurrected [http://www.limera1n.com limera1n web site]. He prompts [[Chronic_Dev_(team)|Chronic Dev Team]] to use his exploit instead of [[SHA-1 Image Segment Overflow|SHAtter]], but, since [[Greenpois0n (jailbreak)|greenpois0n]] is already scheduled to October 10, it may be not possible. [[User:Geohot|Geohot]] ETA'd his [[limera1n]] release to October 11, if [[Greenpois0n (jailbreak)|greenpois0n]] can't be changed to use this new exploit. This decision, however, would burn 2 [[bootrom]] exploits: [[SHA-1 Image Segment Overflow|SHAtter]] itself and the one used by [[limera1n]], which is unpatchable by firmware updates.
  +
* 6 October -- Chronic Dev Team issues expected ETA of [[Greenpois0n (jailbreak)|greenpois0n]] as October 10, featuring the new [[SHA-1 Image Segment Overflow|SHAtter]] exploit for devices with the [[S5L8930]].
  +
  +
=== September ===
  +
* 30 September -- [[User:MuscleNerd|MuscleNerd]] of the [[iPhone Dev Team]] posts [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=adVp-IxcDHI the first video] of an [[K66AP|Apple TV (2nd generation)]] jailbroken via [[SHA-1 Image Segment Overflow|SHAtter]].
  +
* 27 September -- [[User:MuscleNerd|MuscleNerd]] of the [[iPhone Dev Team]] posts [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aoX1Q8ym2J8 the first video] of an [[N81AP|iPod touch (4th generation)]] jailbroken via [[SHA-1 Image Segment Overflow|SHAtter]].
  +
* 20 September -- [[User:pod2g|pod2g]] discloses details about the [[usb_control_msg(0xA1, 1) Exploit‎]] here at The iPhone Wiki. It was used in [[redsn0w]] the following day.
  +
* 9 September -- The existence of [[SHA-1 Image Segment Overflow|SHAtter]] is revealed. Further details were not released, however.
  +
* 8 September -- Apple releases the [[N81AP|iPod touch (4th generation)]], and iOS 4.1, closing the [[AT+XAPP Vulnerability]].
  +
* 1 September -- Apple event. They announced the new [[N81AP|iPod touch (4th generation)]], [[K66AP|Apple TV (2nd generation)]], iOS 4.1, and [[iTunes]] 10.
  +
  +
=== August ===
  +
* 12 August -- [[Saurik]] releases the first version of PDF Patcher, which installs Apple's patch for the FreeType vulnerability (used in conjunction with other exploits by [[Star]]). It works on firmwares as far back as 2.x, and renders [[iOS]] 3.2.2 and 4.0.2 useless for jailbreakers. Jailbreaking and installing this patch is currently the only way for users of first generation iPod touches and iPhones to protect themselves against malicious use of the exploit.
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* 11 August -- Apple releases [[iOS]] 4.0.2 for [[List of iPhones|iPhone]]/[[List of iPod touches|iPod touch]] and [[iOS|iPhone OS]] 3.2.2 for [[K48AP|iPad]] as a hotfix for [[Star]]'s exploits. [[Ultrasn0w]]'s exploit remains, since there's no [[Baseband Firmware|baseband]] update on those versions.
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* 3 August -- Just before midnight in [[User:planetbeing|planetbeing]]'s timezone [[ultrasn0w]] has been released by the [[iPhone Dev Team]] to [[unlock]] the [[N90AP|iPhone 4]].
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* 1 August -- [[User:Comex|comex]] releases [[Star]], a [[jailbreak]] for all iDevices with [[iOS|iPhone OS]] 3.1.2 through [[iOS]] 4.0.1.
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  +
=== July ===
  +
* 30 July -- [[N90AP|iPhone 4]] is released in major countries (second wave).
  +
* 26 July -- Jailbreaking is now officially legal in the U.S.A.: [http://www.eff.org/press/archives/2010/07/26 EFF Wins New Legal Protections for Cell Phone Jailbreakers and Unlockers]
  +
* 15 July -- Apple releases [[iOS|iPhone OS]] 3.2.1 and [[iOS]] 4.0.1.
  +
  +
=== June ===
  +
* 24 June -- [[N90AP|iPhone 4]] is launched.
  +
* 22 June -- [[iPhone Dev Team]] releases [[PwnageTool]] 4.0 and later 4.0.1 for all devices on 4.0 except those with newer [[bootrom]]s (some [[N72AP|iPod touch (2nd generation)]] and [[N88AP|iPhone 3GS]] devices, and all [[N18AP|iPod touch (3rd generation)]] and newer devices).
  +
* 21 June -- [[iPhone Dev Team]] releases [[redsn0w]] 0.9.5 to [[jailbreak]] 4.0 on [[N82AP|iPhone 3G]] and [[N72AP|iPhone touch (2nd generation)]] ([[Bootrom 240.4|old bootrom]]), [[iPhone Dev Team]] releases [[ultrasn0w]] 0.93, an unlock for baseband firmwares [[04.26.08]], [[05.11.07]], [[05.12.01]], and [[05.13.04]] and Apple releases [[iOS]] 4.0
  +
* 19 June -- [[User:Geohot|geohot]] holds a speech at the [[Nuit du hack 2010|Nuit du Hack]]
  +
  +
=== May ===
  +
* 3 May -- Windows version of [[Spirit]] has been updated to not require Windows 98 compatibility mode to run and fixed a photo deletion issue.
  +
* 2 May -- [[User:Comex|comex]] releases [[Spirit]], an [[untethered jailbreak]] for all iDevices with [[iOS|iPhone OS]] 3.1.2 through 3.2.
  +
  +
=== April ===
  +
* 3 April -- Apple releases the [[K48AP|iPad]].
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  +
=== February ===
  +
* 12 February -- [[User:sherif hashim|sherif_hashim]] discovers [[AT+XAPP Vulnerability]] and passes it to [[User:MuscleNerd|MuscleNerd]], an elite member of the [[iPhone Dev Team]]
  +
* 2 February -- Apple releases [[iOS|iPhone OS]] 3.1.3, closing [[usb_control_msg(0x21, 2) Exploit|usb_control_msg(0x21, 2)]] vulnerability used by [[blackra1n]], [[redsn0w]], et. al.
  +
  +
== 2009 ==
  +
=== November ===
  +
* 3 November -- [[User:Geohot|geohot]] releases [[blackra1n]] RC3, a software jailbreak for all devices. Includes a new unlock for baseband [[05.11.07]] called [[blacksn0w]] and is also noticeably faster than previous versions.
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  +
=== October ===
  +
* 11 October -- [[User:Geohot|geohot]] releases [[blackra1n]] RC1, a 30 second software jailbreak for all devices, including a [[tethered jailbreak]] for the [[N18AP|iPod touch (3rd generation)]], and [[N88AP|iPhone 3GS]] and [[N72AP|iPod touch (2nd generation)]] units with newer bootrom revisions.
  +
  +
=== September ===
  +
* 24 September -- [[User:iH8sn0w|iH8sn0w]] discovers the [[AT+XEMN Heap Overflow|AT+XEMN]] crash independently.
  +
* 9 September -- The [[N18AP|iPod touch (3rd generation)]] with [[S5L8922]] processor is released. [[N72AP|iPod touch (2nd generation)]] and [[N88AP|iPhone 3GS]] units continue shipping, but with a new bootrom ([[Bootrom 240.5.1|240.5.1]] and [[Bootrom 359.3.2|359.3.2]] respectively) that is no longer vulnerable to the [[0x24000 Segment Overflow]].
  +
* 9 September -- Apple releases [[iOS|iPhone OS]] 3.1 (7C144) for iPhones and 3.1.1 (7C145) for iPod touches, closing the [[iBoot Environment Variable Overflow]] and [[AT+XLOG Vulnerability|AT+XLOG]] + [[AT+FNS]] Baseband Exploits.
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  +
=== July ===
  +
* 14 July -- [[User:Geohot|geohot]] releases [[purplesn0w]], a software unlock for the [[X-Gold 608]] using [[AT+XLOG Vulnerability|the same exploit as ultrasn0w]], but handled differently. Minutes later, an explanation and source code was posted.
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* 7 July -- The [[iPhone Dev Team]] updates [[redsn0w]] and [[ultrasn0w]] to version 0.8, now with [[N88AP|iPhone 3GS]] support. Saurik also updates [[WinterBoard]] to support the [[N88AP|iPhone 3GS]].
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* 3 July -- [[User:Geohot|geohot]] releases [[purplera1n]], a software [[jailbreak]] for the [[N88AP|iPhone 3GS]].
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=== June ===
  +
* 28 June -- [[User:Geohot|geohot]] posts pictures on his blog of the first fully jailbroken [[N88AP|iPhone 3GS]].
  +
* 25 June -- It's discovered that [[N88AP|iPhone 3GS]] is vulnerable to the [[0x24000 Segment Overflow]].
  +
* 24 June -- The [[iPhone Dev Team]] releases [[ultrasn0w]], an [[unlock]] for [[X-Gold 608]] thanks to [[AT+XLOG Vulnerability|a new exploit]] discovered by [[User:Oranav|Oranav]].
  +
* 23 June -- [[User:Geohot|geohot]] announces he's found a new exploit in [[iBoot (Bootloader)|iBoot]] he calls [[purplera1n]].
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* 19 June -- Release of [[N88AP|iPhone 3GS]] to the public and the release of [[PwnageTool]] 3.0 and [[redsn0w]] for jailbreaking devices running [[iOS|iPhone OS]] 3.0
  +
* 17 June -- Apple releases [[iOS|iPhone OS]] 3.0.
  +
* 8 June -- Apple announces the [[N88AP|iPhone 3GS]].
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  +
=== March ===
  +
* 10 March -- Information about the [[0x24000 Segment Overflow]] exploit used for the [[N72AP|iPod touch (2nd generation)]] [[untethered jailbreak]] is released thanks to the combined work of [[chronic]], [[CPICH]], [[User:Posixninja|posixninja]], [[User:Pod2g|pod2g]], [[ius]], [[planetbeing]], [[User:MuscleNerd|MuscleNerd]], and co. after being leaked and sold by [[NitroKey]]. To prevent users wasting their money on a stolen exploit, the Hybrid DevTeam decided to release it immediately.
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  +
=== January ===
  +
* 31 January -- The [[iPhone Dev Team]] released [[redsn0w Lite]], a [[tethered jailbreak|tethered]] [[N72AP|iPod touch (2nd generation)]] [[jailbreak]]. It combines the [[ARM7 Go]] vulnerability with the well-established [[pwnage]] flow for other Apple mobile devices. It was bundled in a way that allowed usage on [[iOS|iPhone OS]] 2.2.1 by uploading [[iBoot (Bootloader)|iBoot]] from [[iOS|iPhone OS]] 2.1.1, which is vulnerable to [[ARM7 Go]], to the device while in [[DFU Mode]].
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* 29 January -- Apple releases [[iOS|iPhone OS]] 2.2.1, closing the [[AT+stkprof]] exploit.
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* 25 January -- [[0wnboot]] is released to [http://code.google.com/p/chronicdev/ chronicdev google code page], thanks to [[AriX]], [[User:ChronicDev|chronic]], [[CPICH]], [[westbaer]], [[ius]], [[User:Pod2g|pod2g]], the rest of the iPod devel crew on IRC, and to the #iphone-hax lab rats. Within days, [[AriX]] and the [[Chronic Dev (team)|Chronic Dev Team]] got a ramdisk booting for a [[tethered jailbreak]].
  +
* 17 January -- [[User:MuscleNerd|MuscleNerd]] of the [[iPhone Dev Team]] [https://twitter.com/MuscleNerd/status/1127346766 shows a video demo] of the first jailbroken [[N72AP|iPod touch (2nd generation)]].
  +
* 16 January -- [[ARM7 Go]] vulnerability disclosed where else but here on The iPhone Wiki, for developers to poke and prod at.
  +
* 15 January -- The [[iPhone Dev Team]] [https://twitter.com/iphone_dev/status/1120595069 tweets the VFDecrypt key] for [[iOS|iPhone OS]] 2.2 on [[N72AP|iPod touch (2nd generation)]], demonstrating for the first time that unsigned code can now be run on that device.
  +
* 1 January -- The [[iPhone Dev Team]] releases [[yellowsn0w]] 0.9 beta for baseband [[02.28.00]].
  +
  +
== 2008 ==
  +
=== December ===
  +
* 27 December -- [[25C3 presentation "Hacking the iPhone"]]
  +
* 21 December -- [[User:MuscleNerd|MuscleNerd]], of the [[iPhone Dev Team]] does a live demo of the 3G unlock, dubbed as [[yellowsn0w]]: http://qik.com/video/729275
  +
  +
=== November ===
  +
* 21 November -- Apple releases [[iOS|iPhone OS]] 2.2.
  +
  +
=== September ===
  +
* 9 September -- Apple releases [[iOS|iPhone OS]] 2.1. [[N72AP|iPod touch (2nd generation)]], which no longer had the [[Pwnage 2.0]] exploit, is revealed.
  +
  +
=== August ===
  +
* 18 August -- Apple releases [[iOS|iPhone OS]] 2.0.2. [[iPhone Dev Team]] releases [http://wikee.iphwn.org/news:pwnage20announcement QuickPwn], a 2.x [[pwnage]]/ramdisk combination exploit that allows jailbreaking without needing to create custom IPSWs.
  +
* 4 August -- Apple releases [[iOS|iPhone OS]] 2.0.1.
  +
  +
=== July ===
  +
* 22 July -- [[TA_Mobile]] hardware dumps the 3G baseband (bootloader 5.8 & FW 1.45.00) by desoldering the [[NOR]].
  +
* 19 July -- [[iPhone Dev Team]] releases [[PwnageTool]] 2.0, jailbreaking and unlocking the 2.0 software on the [[M68AP|iPhone]] and jailbreaking [[iOS|iPhone OS]] 2.0 on the [[N82AP|iPhone 3G]] and [[N45AP|iPod touch]].
  +
* 15 July -- Apple releases [[iOS|iPhone OS]] 1.1.5 for the [[N45AP|iPod touch]].
  +
* 11 July -- [[N82AP|iPhone 3G]] is released. Apple also releases [[iOS|iPhone OS]] 2.0 and MobileMe on the same date, resulting in server issues.
  +
  +
=== June ===
  +
* 9 June - [[N82AP|iPhone 3G]] is announced at [[WWDC]] '08.
  +
  +
=== April ===
  +
* 3 April -- [[iPhone Dev Team]] releases [[PwnageTool]] 1.0, making use of the [[pmdx exploit]] (to patch RSA checks out of the [[kernel]], to write unsigned to [[NOR]])
  +
  +
=== March ===
  +
* 12 March -- [[iPhone Dev Team]] releases dual-boot jailbreak method, only to be silently fixed in 2.0.
  +
* 4 March -- [[User:n0b|George Zhu (n000b)]] releases [[iLiberty+|iLiberty / iLiberty+]].
  +
  +
=== February ===
  +
* 28 February -- [[Cydia Application|Cydia]] is released as an open-source alternative to [[Installer.app]], and prepares to take over the jailbreak application scene upon 2.0's release.
  +
* 26 February -- Apple releases [[iOS|iPhone OS]] 1.1.4.
  +
* 11 February -- [[User:Zibri|Zibri]] leaks the [[Ramdisk Hack]] in [[ZiPhone]], the first all-in-one unlock, activate, jailbreak solution.
  +
* 8 February -- [[User:Geohot|geohot]] releases software unlock for 4.6. Apple states 25% of phones were never activated with AT&T.
  +
  +
=== January ===
  +
* 28 January -- [[iPhone Dev Team]] releases [[Soft Upgrade]] jailbreak for 1.1.3.
  +
* 24 January -- [[Nate True]] releases a version of [[iBrickr]] that used the [[Soft Upgrade]] method to jailbreak 1.1.3.
  +
* 18 January -- [[User:Geohot|Geohot]] and his friends [http://iphonejtag.blogspot.com/2008/01/112-otb-unlocked.html unlocked 1.1.2 OTB 4.6 by test point], the unbeatable version at that time.
  +
* 18 January -- [[iPhone Dev Team]] posts YouTube video of a jailbroken 1.1.3, which was made possible by the dual boot jailbreak from [[bgm]].
  +
* 15 January -- Apple releases [[iOS|iPhone OS]] 1.1.3, closing the [[mknod]] exploit. In addition, everything now runs as "mobile" instead of "root."
   
 
== 2007 ==
 
== 2007 ==
===November===
+
=== November ===
* November 15 -- New baseband [[Bootloader 4.6|bootloader (4.6)]] comes out, new iPhones can't be unlocked.
+
* 15 November -- [[Baseband Bootloader|Baseband bootloader]] 4.6 is found on new [[M68AP|iPhone]] devices, which initially had no [[unlock]].
* November 2 -- [[Jailbreakme]] is released, bringing jailbreaking to the mainstream iPhone user.
+
* 12 November -- Apple releases [[iOS|iPhone OS]] 1.1.2, closing the [[LibTiff]] and [[Symlinks]] exploits.
  +
* 2 November -- [[JailbreakMe|AppSnapp]] is released, bringing jailbreaking to the mainstream iPhone user.
  +
  +
=== October ===
  +
* 23 October -- iPhone-Elite Team releases the [[Virginizer]].
  +
* 14 October -- [[User:AriX|AriX]] releases iJailBreak, the first automated [[N45AP|iPod touch]] jailbreak for the Mac.
  +
* 12 October -- [[User:planetbeing|planetbeing]] releases [[touchFree]], the first automated [[N45AP|iPod touch]] [[jailbreak]].
  +
* 10 October -- [[cmw]] (aka Niacin) and Dre release the LibTiff exploit to jailbreak the [[N45AP|iPod touch]], which is later adapted for use in [[JailbreakMe|AppSnapp]].
   
===October===
+
=== September ===
* October 23 -- iPhone-Elite Team releases the [[Virginizer]].
+
* 27 September -- Apple releases [[iOS|iPhone OS]] 1.1.1.
* October 14 -- AriX releases iJailBreak, the first automated iPod touch jailbreak for the Mac.
+
* 11 September -- [[iPhone Dev Team]] releases [[iUnlock]], first free software unlock.
* October 12 -- planetbeing releases touchFree, the first automated iPod touch jailbreak.
+
* 10 September -- [[IPSF]] releases first paid software unlock.
  +
* 9 September -- Apple announces the [[N45AP|iPod touch]] at a media event.
* October 10 -- niacin, cmw, and dre release the [[LibTiff]] exploit to jailbreak the iPod touch, which is later adapted for use in [[Jailbreakme]].
 
   
===September===
+
=== August ===
* September 11 -- [[The dev team]] releases [[iUnlock]], first free software unlock.
+
* 23 August -- [[User:Geohot|geohot]] and team release [[hardware unlock]] method.
* September 10 -- [[IPSF]] releases first paid software unlock.
+
* 21 August -- [[Installer.app]] is released by Nullriver, first GUI apps are distributed.
* September 9 -- Apple announces the [[iPod touch]] at a media event.
 
   
===August===
+
=== July ===
  +
* 23 July -- First phones are used with other carriers by means of [[SIM hacks]].
* August 23 -- [[User:Geohot|geohot]] and team release [[hardware unlock]] method.
 
* August 21 -- Installer.app is released by Nullriver, first GUI apps are distributed.
+
* 20 July -- nightwatch adapts a [[toolchain]] to the iPhone. The first apps are compiled.
  +
* 9 July -- [[iPhone Dev Team]] releases a [[jailbreak]] method. The first use of this is ringtones.
  +
* 3 July -- DVD Jon first cracks [[activation]]. People can use the apps on the phone without a subscription.
   
===July===
+
=== June ===
  +
* 29 June -- [[M68AP|iPhone]] is released. World's most hyped consumer product.
* July 23 -- First phones are used with other carriers by means of [[SIM hacks]].
 
* July 20 -- nightwatch adapts a [[toolchain]] to the iPhone. The first apps are compiled.
+
* 26 June -- The [[iPhone Dev Team]] was formed.
* July 9 -- [[The dev team]] releases a [[jailbreak]] method. The first use of this is ringtones.
 
* July 3 -- DVD Jon first cracks [[activation]]. People can use the apps on the phone without a subscription.
 
   
===June===
+
=== January ===
* June 29 -- [[iPhone]] is released. World's most hyped consumer product.
+
* 9 January -- [[M68AP|iPhone]] is announced on stage by Steve Jobs.

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Contents

2019

November

  • 18 November -- iOS/iPadOS 13.2.3 released.
  • 12 November -- iOS/iPadOS 13.3 beta 2, tvOS 13.3 beta 2 and watchOS 6.1.1 beta 2 released.
  • 10 November -- checkra1n beta 0.9 released.
  • 7 November -- iOS/iPadOS 13.2.2 released.
  • 5 November -- iOS/iPadOS 13.3 beta, tvOS 13.3 beta and watchOS 6.1.1 beta released.

October

  • 30 October -- audioOS 13.2.1 released.
  • 29 October -- watchOS 5.3.3 and 6.1 released.
  • 28 October -- iOS/iPadOS 13.2, iOS 12.4.3, audioOS 13.2 and tvOS 13.2 released.
  • 23 October -- iOS/iPadOS 13.2 beta 4, watchOS 6.1 beta 5 and tvOS 13.2 beta 4 released.
  • 16 October -- iOS/iPadOS 13.2 beta 3, watchOS 6.1 beta 4 and tvOS 13.2 beta 3 released.
  • 15 October -- iOS/iPadOS 13.1.3 released.
  • 10 October -- iOS/iPadOS 13.2 beta 2, watchOS 6.1 beta 3 and tvOS 13.2 beta 2 released.
  • 9 October -- watchOS 5.3.2 for Apple Watch Series 4 released.
  • 7 October -- bridgeOS 4.0 released.
  • 2 October -- iOS/iPadOS 13.2 beta, watchOS 6.1 beta 2 and tvOS 13.2 beta released.

September

August

  • 27 August -- iOS/iPadOS 13.1 beta, tvOS 13.0 beta 8 and watchOS 6.0 beta 9 released.
  • 26 August -- iOS 12.4.1, tvOS 12.4.1, and watchOS 5.3.1 released.
  • 21 August -- iOS/iPadOS 13.0 beta 8 and watchOS 6.0 beta 8 released. ChimeraTV updated to support tvOS 12.4.
  • 19 August -- Chimera updated to 1.2.8 with iOS 12.4 support (excluding iOS 12.3-12.3.2) for A9-A11 devices.
  • 18 August -- unc0ver updated to v3.5.0 with iOS 12.4 support (excluding iOS 12.3-12.3.2) for non A12 devices.
  • 15 August -- iOS/iPadOS 13.0 beta 7, tvOS 13.0 beta 7 and watchOS 6.0 beta 7 released.
  • 7 August -- iOS/iPadOS 13.0 beta 6, tvOS 13.0 beta 6 and watchOS 6.0 beta 6 released.

July

  • 30 July -- watchOS 6.0 beta 5 released.
  • 29 July -- iOS/iPadOS 13.0 beta 5 and tvOS 13.0 beta 5 released.
  • 22 July -- iOS 12.4, iOS 10.3.4 for iPad (4th generation) and iPhone 5, iOS 9.3.6 for iPad2,3, iPad2,6 iPad2,7 iPad3,2 iPad3,3 and iPhone 4s, tvOS 12.4, watchOS 5.3, audioOS 12.4, and iBridge 3.6 released.
  • 17 July -- iOS/iPadOS 13.0 beta 4, tvOS 13.0 beta 4 and watchOS 6.0 beta 4 released.
  • 16 July -- iOS 12.4 beta 7, and watchOS 5.3 beta 6 released.
  • 14 July -- Chimera updated to 1.2.3 to include support for some iOS 12.3 betas on A9-A11 devices. It was also updated to 1.2.2 for Apple TV 4K support up to tvOS 12.2.
  • 12 July -- Chimera updated to 1.2.0 to include support for iOS 12.1.3-12.2 on A9-A11 devices.
  • 11 July -- unc0ver updated to v3.3.0~b1 to include support for iOS 12.1.3-12.2 on A7-A11 devices.
  • 9 July -- iOS 12.4 beta 6 and watchOS 5.3 beta 5 released.
  • 8 July -- iOS/iPadOS 13.0 beta 3 (17A5522g) released.
  • 2 July -- iOS/iPadOS 13.0 beta 3 (17A5522f), tvOS 13.0 beta 3 and watchOS 6.0 beta 3 released.

June

  • 24 June -- iOS 12.4 beta 5 and watchOS 5.3 beta 4 released.
  • 17 June -- iOS/iPadOS 13.0 beta 2, tvOS 13.0 beta 2 and watchOS 6.0 beta 2 released.
  • 11 June -- iOS 12.4 beta 4, tvOS 12.4 beta 3 and watchOS 5.3 beta 3 released.
  • 10 June -- iOS 12.3.2 for iPhone 8 Plus released.
  • 3 June -- WWDC 2019. iOS/iPadOS 13.0 beta, tvOS 13.0 beta and watchOS 6.0 beta released.

May

  • 29 May -- iOS 12.3.1 (16F8202) IPSW released for iPod touch (7th generation).
  • 28 May -- iPod touch (7th generation) announced and available to order. iOS 12.3.1 (16F8202) OTA released for it. iOS 12.4 beta 3, tvOS 12.4 beta 2, and watchOS 5.3 beta 2 released.
  • 24 May -- iOS 12.3.1 released.
  • 20 May -- iOS 12.4 beta 2 released.
  • 15 May -- iOS 12.4 beta, tvOS 12.4 beta and watchOS 5.3 beta released.
  • 13 May -- iOS 12.3, tvOS 12.3, watchOS 5.2.1, audioOS 12.3 and Apple TV Software 7.3 released.
  • 10 May -- iOS 12.3 beta 6 released.
  • 7 May -- iOS 12.3 beta 5, tvOS 12.3 beta 5, Apple TV Software 7.3 beta 4 and watchOS 5.2.1 beta 5 released.

April

  • 30 April -- Chimera jailbreak for all devices running iOS 12.0-12.1.2 and tvOS 12.0-12.1.1 released.
  • 29 April -- iOS 12.3 beta 4, tvOS 12.3 beta 4, Apple TV Software 7.3 beta 3 and watchOS 5.2.1 beta 4 released.
  • 22 April -- iOS 12.3 beta 3, tvOS 12.3 beta 3, Apple TV Software 7.3 beta 2 and watchOS 5.2.1 beta 3 released.
  • 10 April -- tvOS 12.2.1 released.
  • 8 April -- iOS 12.3 beta 2, tvOS 12.3 beta 2 and watchOS 5.2.1 beta 2 released.

March

  • 28 March -- watchOS 5.2.1 beta released.
  • 27 March -- iOS 12.3 beta, tvOS 12.3 beta, Apple TV Software 7.3 beta and watchOS 5.2 released.
  • 25 March -- iOS 12.2, tvOS 12.2 and audioOS 12.2 released.
  • 20 March -- AirPods (2nd generation) revealed.
  • 18 March -- iPad Air (3rd generation) and iPad mini (5th generation) revealed. iOS 12.2 beta 6, tvOS 12.2 beta 6 and watchOS 5.2 beta 6 released.
  • 11 March -- iOS 12.2 beta 5, tvOS 12.2 beta 5 and watchOS 5.2 beta 5 released.
  • 4 March -- iOS 12.2 beta 4, tvOS 12.2 beta 4 and watchOS 5.2 beta 4 released.

February

  • 20 February -- Electra updated to support jailbreaking tvOS 11.0-11.4.1.
  • 19 February -- iOS 12.2 beta 3, tvOS 12.2 beta 3 and watchOS 5.2 beta 3 released.
  • 7 February -- iOS 12.1.4 released.
  • 4 February -- iOS 12.2 beta 2, tvOS 12.2 beta 2 and watchOS 5.2 beta 2 released.

January

  • 30 January -- Electra and unc0ver updated to support jailbreaking iOS 11.4 and 11.4.1.
  • 24 January -- iOS 12.2 beta, tvOS 12.2 beta and watchOS 5.2 beta released.
  • 22 January -- iOS 12.1.3, tvOS 12.1.2, watchOS 5.1.3 and audioOS 12.1.3 released.
  • 10 January -- iOS 12.1.3 beta 4 released.
  • 7 January -- iOS 12.1.3 beta 3, tvOS 12.1.2 beta 3 and watchOS 5.1.3 beta 3 released.

2018

December

  • 20 December -- iOS 12.1.2 (16C104) released for iPhone.
  • 19 December -- iOS 12.1.3 beta 2, tvOS 12.1.2 beta 2 and watchOS 5.1.3 beta 2 released.
  • 17 December -- iOS 12.1.2 (16C101) released for iPhone.
  • 10 December -- iOS 12.1.2 beta, tvOS 12.1.2 beta, and watchOS 5.1.3 beta released.
  • 6 December -- watchOS 5.1.2 released.
  • 5 December -- iOS 12.1.1, tvOS 12.1.1 and audioOS 12.1.1 released.

November

October

  • 31 October -- iOS 12.1.1 beta and tvOS 12.1.1 beta released.
  • 30 October -- iPad Pro (11-inch), iPad Pro (12.9-inch) (3rd generation) and Apple Pencil (2nd generation) announced and available for pre-order. iOS 12.1, tvOS 12.1 and watchOS 5.1 released.
  • 26 October -- iPhone XR available for purchase.
  • 22 October -- iOS 12.1 beta 5, tvOS 12.1 beta 5 and watchOS 5.1 beta 5 released.
  • 19 October -- iPhone XR available for pre-order.
  • 15 October -- iOS 12.1 beta 4, tvOS 12.1 beta 4 and watchOS 5.1 beta 4 released.
  • 9 October -- iOS 12.1 beta 3, tvOS 12.1 beta 3 and watchOS 5.1 beta 3 released.
  • 8 October -- iOS 12.0.1 released.
  • 2 October -- iOS 12.1 beta 2, tvOS 12.1 beta 2 and watchOS 5.1 beta 2 released.

September

August

  • 31 August -- iOS 12.0 beta 12, tvOS 12.0 beta 10 and watchOS 12.0 beta 10 released.
  • 27 August -- iOS 12.0 beta 11 and tvOS 12.0 beta 9 released.
  • 24 August -- watchOS 5.0 beta 9 released
  • 23 August -- iOS 12.0 beta 10 released.
  • 20 August -- iOS 12.0 beta 9, tvOS 12.0 beta 8 and watchOS 5.0 beta 8 released.
  • 15 August -- iOS 12.0 beta 8 released.
  • 13 August -- iOS 12.0 beta 7, tvOS 12.0 beta 7 and watchOS 5.0 beta 7 released.
  • 6 August -- iOS 12.0 beta 6, tvOS 12.0 beta 6 and watchOS 5.0 beta 6 released.

July

  • 30 July -- iOS 12.0 beta 5, tvOS 12.0 beta 5 and watchOS 5.0 beta 5 released.
  • 17 July -- iOS 12.0 beta 4, tvOS 12.0 beta 4 and watchOS 5.0 beta 4 released.
  • 12 July -- ElectraTV released to jailbreak tvOS 11.2-11.3.
  • 9 July -- audioOS 11.4.1, iOS 11.4.1, tvOS 11.4.1, and watchOS 4.3.2 released.
  • 8 July -- backr00m released to jailbreak tvOS 10.2.2-11.1.
  • 6 July -- Electra updated to jailbreak iOS 11.2-11.3.1.
  • 3 July -- iOS 12.0 beta 3, tvOS 12.0 beta 3 and watchOS 5.0 beta 3 released.
  • 2 July -- iOS 11.4.1 beta 5 released.

June

  • 25 June -- iOS 11.4.1 beta 4, tvOS 11.4.1 beta 4, and watchOS 4.3.2 beta 3 released.
  • 19 June -- iOS 12.0 beta 2, tvOS 12.0 beta 2 and watchOS 5.0 beta 2 released.
  • 18 June -- iOS 11.4.1 beta 3 and tvOS 11.4.1 beta 3 released.
  • 13 June -- watchOS 4.3.2 beta 2 released.
  • 11 June -- iOS 11.4.1 beta 2, tvOS 11.4.1 beta 2, and watchOS 5.0 beta (build 16R5283r) released.
  • 4 June -- iOS 12.0 beta, tvOS 12.0 beta and watchOS 5.0 beta (build 16R5283q) released. WWDC event.

May

  • 30 May -- iOS 11.4.1 beta, tvOS 11.4.1 beta and watchOS 4.3.2 beta released.
  • 29 May -- iOS 11.4, tvOS 11.4, watchOS 4.3.1 and audioOS 11.4 released.
  • 17 May -- iOS 11.4 beta 6 released.
  • 14 May -- iOS 11.4 beta 5, tvOS 11.4 beta 5 and watchOS 4.3.1 beta 5 released.
  • 7 May -- iOS 11.4 beta 4, tvOS 11.4 beta 4 and watchOS 4.3.1 beta 4 released.
  • 1 May -- iOS 11.4 beta 3, tvOS 11.4 beta 3 and watchOS 4.3.1 beta 3 released.

April

  • 24 April -- iOS 11.3.1 released.
  • 16 April -- iOS 11.4 beta 2, tvOS 11.4 beta 2 and watchOS 4.3.1 beta 2 released.
  • 2 April -- iOS 11.4 beta, tvOS 11.4 beta and watchOS 4.3.1 beta released.

March

  • 29 March -- audioOS 11.3, iOS 11.3, tvOS 11.3 and watchOS 4.3 released.
  • 28 March -- iOS 11.3 for iPad (6th generation) released.
  • 27 March -- iPad (6th generation) released.
  • 20 March -- tvOS 11.3 beta 6 released.
  • 16 March -- iOS 11.3 beta 6 and watchOS 4.3 beta 6 released.
  • 12 March -- iOS 11.3 beta 5, tvOS 11.3 beta 5 and watchOS 4.3 beta 5 released.
  • 6 March -- watchOS 4.3 beta 4 released.
  • 5 March -- iOS 11.3 beta 4 and tvOS 11.3 beta 4 released.

February

  • 26 February -- Electra 1.0 and 1.0.1 released to the public.
  • 21 February -- watchOS 4.3 beta 3 released.
  • 20 February -- iOS 11.3 beta 3 and tvOS 11.3 beta 3 released.
  • 19 February -- iOS 11.2.6, tvOS 11.2.6 and watchOS 4.2.3 released.
  • 7 February -- watchOS 4.3 beta 2 released.
  • 6 February -- iOS 11.3 beta 2, and tvOS 11.3 beta 2 released.

January

  • 25 January -- watchOS 4.3 beta released.
  • 24 January -- iOS 11.3 beta and tvOS 11.3 beta released.
  • 23 January -- iOS 11.2.5, tvOS 11.2.5, watchOS 4.2.2 and audioOS 11.2.5 beta 3 released.
  • 19 January -- iOS 11.2.5 beta 7 and watchOS 4.2.2 beta 5 released.
  • 17 January -- iOS 11.2.5 beta 6 and tvOS 11.2.5 beta 6 released.
  • 12 January -- tvOS 11.2.5 beta 5 and Electra JB toolkit released.
  • 11 January -- iOS 11.2.5 beta 5 released.
  • 9 January -- iOS 11.2.5 beta 4, watchOS 4.2.2 beta 4 and tvOS 11.2.5 beta 4 released.
  • 8 January -- iOS 11.2.2 released.
  • 3 January -- iOS 11.2.5 beta 3, watchOS 4.2.2 beta 3 and tvOS 11.2.5 beta 3 released.

2017

December

  • 24 December -- h3lix beta 1 released to jailbreak 32-bit devices running iOS 10.x.
  • 19 December -- iOS 11.2.5 beta 2, watchOS 4.2.2 beta 2, audioOS 11.2.5 beta 2 and tvOS 11.2.5 beta 2 released.
  • 13 December -- iOS 11.2.1 and tvOS 11.2.1 released. iOS 11.2.5 beta, watchOS 4.2.2 beta, tvOS 11.2.5 beta, and audioOS 11.2.5 beta also released.
  • 5 December -- watchOS 4.2 released.
  • 4 December -- tvOS 11.2 released.
  • 2 December -- iOS 11.2 released.
  • 1 December -- iOS 11.2 beta 6 released.

November

  • 28 November -- iOS 11.2 beta 5 and tvOS 11.2 beta 5 released.
  • 17 November -- iOS 11.2 beta 4, tvOS 11.2 beta 4 and watchOS 11.2 beta 4 released.
  • 16 November -- iOS 11.1.2 released.
  • 13 November -- iOS 11.2 beta 3, tvOS 11.3 beta 3 and watchOS 4.2 beta 3 released.
  • 9 November -- iOS 11.1.1 released.
  • 6 November -- iOS 11.2 beta 2, tvOS 11.2 beta 2, watchOS 4.2 beta 2 and audioOS 11.2 beta 2 released.
  • 3 November -- iPhone X released. iOS 11.2 beta 2 for iPhone X released.

October

  • 31 October -- iOS 11.1, tvOS 11.1 and watchOS 4.1 released.
  • 30 October -- iOS 11.2 beta, tvOS 11.2 beta, watchOS 4.2 beta and audioOS 11.2 beta released.
  • 23 October -- iOS 11.1 beta 5 and tvOS 11.1 beta 4 released.
  • 20 October -- iOS 11.1 beta 4 and watchOS 4.1 beta 4 released.
  • 16 October -- iOS 11.1 beta 3, tvOS 11.1 beta 3 and watchOS 4.1 beta 3 released.
  • 15 October -- Saïgon jailbreak released in beta.
  • 11 October -- iOS 11.0.3 released.
  • 9 October -- iOS 11.1 beta 2, tvOS 11.1 beta 2 and watchOS 4.1 beta 2 released.
  • 4 October -- watchOS 4.0.1 released.
  • 3 October -- iOS 11.0.2 released.

September

August

  • 31 August -- iOS 11.0 beta 9 and tvOS 11.0 beta 9 released.
  • 28 August -- iOS 11.0 beta 8, tvOS 11.0 beta 8 and watchOS 4.0 beta 8 released.
  • 21 August -- iOS 11.0 beta 7, tvOS 11.0 beta 7 and watchOS 4.0 beta 7 released.
  • 14 August -- iOS 11.0 beta 6, tvOS 11.0 beta 6 and watchOS 4.0 beta 6 released.
  • 7 August -- iOS 11.0 beta 5, tvOS 11.0 beta 5 and watchOS 4.0 beta 5 released.

July

  • 24 July -- iOS 11.0 beta 4, tvOS 11.0 beta 4 and watchOS 4.0 beta 4 released.
  • 19 July -- iOS 10.3.3, tvOS 10.2.2 and watchOS 3.2.3 released.
  • 13 July -- watchOS 4.0 beta 3 released.
  • 10 July -- iOS 11.0 beta 3 and tvOS 11.0 beta 3 released.
  • 6 July -- tvOS 10.2.2 beta 5 released.
  • 5 July -- iOS 10.3.3 beta 6 released.

June

  • 28 June -- iOS 10.3.3 beta 5 released.
  • 26 June -- iOS 11.0 beta 2 (build 15A5304j), tvOS 11.0 beta 2 (build 15J5310h) and watchOS 3.2.3 beta 4 released.
  • 22 June -- iOS 10.3.3 beta 4 and tvOS 10.2.2 beta 4 released.
  • 21 June -- iOS 11.0 beta 2, tvOS 11.0 beta 2 and watchOS 4.0 beta 2 released.
  • 13 June -- iOS 10.3.3 beta 3, tvOS 10.2.2 beta 3 and watchOS 3.2.3 beta 3 released.
  • 7 June -- tvOS 11.0 beta (build 15J5284g) released.
  • 5 June -- iOS 11.0 beta, tvOS 11.0 beta (build 15J5284e), watchOS 4.0 beta and iOS 10.3.2 for iPad Pro (12.9-inch) (2nd generation) and iPad Pro (10.5-inch) released.

May

  • 30 May -- iOS 10.3.3 beta 2, tvOS 10.2.2 beta 2 and watchOS 3.2.3 beta 2 released.
  • 16 May -- iOS 10.3.3 beta, tvOS 10.2.2 beta and watchOS 3.2.3 beta released.
  • 15 May -- iOS 10.3.2, tvOS 10.2.1 and watchOS 3.2.2 released.
  • 4 May -- tvOS 10.2.1 beta 5 released.

April

  • 27 April -- iOS 10.3.2 beta 5 released.
  • 24 April -- iOS 10.3.2 beta 4, watchOS 3.2.2 beta 4 and tvOS 10.2.1 beta 4 released.
  • 17 April -- iOS 10.3.2 beta 3, watchOS 3.2.2 beta 3 and tvOS 10.2.1 beta 2 released.
  • 11 April -- alloc8 Exploit released for all revisions of the iPhone 3GS, along with ipwndfu as a tool to utilise this exploit.
  • 10 April -- iOS 10.3.2 beta 2, watchOS 3.2.2 beta 2 and tvOS 10.2.1 beta 2 released.
  • 3 April -- iOS 10.3.1 released.

March

  • 28 March -- iOS 10.3.2 beta, watchOS 3.2.2 beta and tvOS 10.2.1 beta released.
  • 27 March -- iOS 10.3, watchOS 3.2 and tvOS 10.2 released.
  • 24 March -- iPad (5th generation), 32GB/128GB iPhone SE and PRODUCT(RED) iPhone 7 available for purchase.
  • 21 March -- iPad (5th generation) and iPhone 7 (PRODUCT)RED Special Edition announced.
  • 20 March -- watchOS 3.2 beta 7 released.
  • 16 March -- iOS 10.3 beta 7 released.
  • 14 March -- tvOS 10.2 beta 6 and watchOS 3.2 beta 6 released.
  • 13 March -- iOS 10.3 beta 6 released.
  • 8 March -- iOS 10.3 beta 5, tvOS 10.2 beta 5 and watchOS 3.2 beta 5 released.

February

  • 28 February -- tvOS 10.2 beta 4 released.
  • 27 February -- iOS 10.3 beta 4 and watchOS 3.2 beta 4 released.
  • 20 February -- iOS 10.3 beta 3, tvOS 10.2 beta 3 and watchOS 3.2 beta 3 released.
  • 6 February -- iOS 10.3 beta 2, tvOS 10.2 beta 2 and watchOS 3.2 beta 2 released.

January

  • 30 January -- watchOS 3.2 beta released.
  • 24 January -- iOS 10.3 beta and tvOS 10.2 beta released.
  • 23 January -- iOS 10.2.1, watchOS 3.1.3 and tvOS 10.1.1 released.
  • 12 January -- iOS 10.2.1 beta 4 released.
  • 9 January -- iOS 10.2.1 beta 3, watchOS 3.1.3 beta 2 and tvOS 10.1.1 beta 2 released.

2016

December

  • 21 December -- watchOS 3.1.3 beta released.
  • 20 December -- iOS 10.2.1 beta 2 released.
  • 14 December -- iOS 10.2.1 beta and tvOS 10.1.1 beta released.
  • 13 December -- watchOS 3.1.1 retracted after reports of Apple Watch Series 2 units bring bricked.
  • 12 December -- iOS 10.2, tvOS 10.1, watchOS 3.1.1 and Apple TV iOS 7.2.2 released.
  • 7 December -- iOS 10.2 beta 7 released. qwertyoruiop releases jbme to re-enable the Pangu9 jailbreak for iOS 9.3.3, as an alternative to the IPA.
  • 6 December -- tvOS 10.1 beta 5 released.
  • 5 December -- iOS 10.2 beta 6 and watchOS 3.1.1 beta 5 released.
  • 2 December -- iOS 10.2 beta 5 released.

November

  • 30 November -- tvOS 10.1 beta 4 released.
  • 28 November -- iOS 10.2 beta 4 and watchOS 3.1.1 beta 4 released.
  • 15 November -- watchOS 3.1.1 beta 3 released.
  • 14 November -- iOS 10.2 beta 3, tvOS 10.1 beta 3 and 10.0.1 released.
  • 9 November -- iOS 10.1.1 (14B150) released via IPSW's only.
  • 7 November -- iOS 10.2 beta 2, tvOS 10.1 beta 2 and watchOS 3.1.1 beta 2 released.

October

  • 31 October -- iOS 10.1.1, 10.2 beta, tvOS 10.1 beta and watchOS 3.1.1 beta released.
  • 24 October -- iOS 10.1, tvOS 10.0.1 and watchOS 3.1 released.
  • 20 October -- tvOS 10.0.1 beta 4 released.
  • 19 October -- iOS 10.1 beta 5 for iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus released.
  • 17 October -- iOS 10.0.3 for iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus and iOS 10.1 beta 4 released.
  • 12 October -- watchOS 3.1 beta 3 released.
  • 10 October -- iOS 10.1 beta 3 and tvOS 10.0.1 beta 3 released.
  • 4 October -- iOS 10.1 beta 2, tvOS 10.0.1 beta 2 and watchOS 3.1 beta 2 released.

September

August

  • 26 August -- iOS 10.0 beta 8 and tvOS 10.0 beta 7 released.
  • 25 August -- iOS 9.3.5 released.
  • 19 August -- iOS 10.0 beta 7 released.
  • 15 August -- iOS 10.0 beta 6, tvOS 10.0 beta 6 and watchOS 3.0 beta 6 released.
  • 9 August -- iOS 10.0 beta 5, tvOS 10.0 beta 5 and watchOS 3.0 beta 5 released.
  • 4 August -- iOS 9.3.4 released.
  • 1 August -- iOS 10.0 beta 4, tvOS 10.0 beta 4 and watchOS 3.0 beta 4 released.

July

  • 29 July -- Pangu9 for iOS 9.2-9.3.3 English version released.
  • 24 July -- Pangu9 for iOS 9.2-9.3.3 released.
  • 18 July -- iOS 10.0 beta 3, tvOS 10.0 beta 3 and watchOS 3.0 beta 3, iOS 9.3.3, watchOS 2.2.2 and tvOS 9.2.2 released.
  • 6 July -- iOS 9.3.3 beta 5 and tvOS 9.2.2 beta 5 released.
  • 5 July -- iOS 10.0 beta 2, tvOS 10.0 beta 2 and watchOS 3.0 beta 2 released.

June

  • 29 June -- iOS 9.3.3 beta 4 and tvOS 9.2.2 beta 4 released.
  • 21 June -- iOS 9.3.3 beta 3 and tvOS 9.2.2 beta 3 released.
  • 13 June -- iOS 10.0 beta, tvOS 10.0 beta and watchOS 3.0 beta released.
  • 6 June -- iOS 9.3.3 beta 2, tvOS 9.2.2 beta 2 and watchOS 2.2.2 beta released.
  • 2 June -- iOS 9.3.2 (13F72) is released for the iPad Pro (9.7-inch).

May

  • 23 May -- iOS 9.3.3 beta and tvOS 9.2.2 beta released.
  • 19 May -- iOS 9.3.2 is retracted for the iPad Pro (9.7-inch) due to a bug that may prevent usage, but continues to be signed.
  • 16 May -- iOS 9.3.2, tvOS 9.2.1 and watchOS 2.2.1 released.
  • 3 May -- iOS 9.3.2 beta 4 and tvOS 9.2.1 beta 4 released.

April

  • 27 April -- tvOS 9.2.1 beta 3 released.
  • 26 April -- iOS 9.3.2 beta 3 released.
  • 21 April -- tvOS 9.2.1 beta 2 re-released.
  • 20 April -- iOS 9.3.2 beta 2 and watchOS 2.2.1 beta 2 released. tvOS 9.2.1 beta 2 was also made available, but it was quickly retracted due to a mishap with publishing.
  • 6 April -- iOS 9.3.2 beta, watchOS 2.2.1 beta and tvOS 9.2.1 beta released.

March

February

January

  • 25 January -- tvOS 9.1.1, 9.2 beta 2, watchOS 2.2 beta 2 and iOS 9.3 beta 2 released.
  • 19 January -- iOS 9.2.1 released.
  • 14 January -- iOS 9.3 beta 1.1 released.
  • 11 January -- iOS 9.3, tvOS 9.1.1, tvOS 9.2 beta, and watchOS 2.2 beta released.
  • 4 January -- iOS 9.2.1 beta 2 released.

2015

December

  • 25 December -- TaiG 2.4.5 released.
  • 16 December -- iOS 9.2.1 beta seeded to developers.
  • 8 December -- iOS 9.2, tvOS 9.1 and watchOS 2.1 released.

November

  • 30 November -- TaiG 2.4.4 released (no longer beta).
  • 20 November -- TaiG 2.4.4 beta released.
  • 18 November -- iOS 9.2 beta 4 and tvOS 9.1 beta 3 released.
  • 17 November -- iOS 9.1 (13B144) for iPad Pro (12.9-inch) released.
  • 11 November -- iPad Pro (12.9-inch) released.
  • 10 November -- iOS 9.2 beta 3 and tvOS 9.1 beta 2 released
  • 9 November -- tvOS 9.0.1 released.
  • 3 November -- iOS 9.2 beta 2 and tvOS 9.1 beta released.

October

  • 29 October -- iOS 9.2 public beta and tvOS 9.0 released.
  • 28 October -- Pangu9 1.0.0 for Mac released.
  • 27 October -- Pangu9 1.2.0 and iOS 9.2 beta released.
  • 22 October -- Seas0nPass 0.9.7 beta released to jailbreak Apple TV (2nd generation) running 6.2.1 tethered.
  • 21 October -- Pangu9 1.1.0, iOS 9.1, tvOS 9.0GM, watchOS 2.0.1 and iTunes 12.3.1 released.
  • 15 October -- Pangu9 1.0.1 released.
  • 14 October -- Pangu9 1.0.0 released to jailbreak iOS 9.0, 9.0.1 and 9.0.2.
  • 12 October -- iOS 9.1 beta 5 released.
  • 6 October -- iOS 9.1 beta 4 and tvOS 9.0 beta 3 released.

September

  • 30 September -- iOS 9.0.2 and 9.1 beta 3 released.
  • 24 September -- iOS 9.0.1 released for iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus.
  • 23 September -- iOS 9.0.1 (excluding iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus) , 9.1 beta 2 and tvOS 9.0 beta 2 released.
  • 21 September -- watchOS 2.0 released to the public.
  • 16 September -- iOS 9.0 released to the public.
  • 9 September -- iOS 9.0 GM, watchOS 2.0 GM and iOS 9.1 beta released to developers. iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPad Pro (12.9-inch), iPad mini 4 and Apple TV (4th generation) announced.

August

  • 13 August -- iOS 8.4.1 and iTunes 12.2.2 released.
  • 6 August -- iOS 9.0 beta 5 and watchOS 2.0 beta 5 released.
  • 4 August -- TaiG 1.1.0 for Mac released.
  • 2 August -- TaiG 1.0.0 for Mac released.

July

  • 30 July -- iOS 8.4.1 beta 2 released.
  • 21 July -- iOS 9.0 beta 4 and watchOS 2.0 beta 4 released.
  • 20 July -- TaiG 2.4.3 released, no longer a beta.
  • 16 July -- TaiG 2.4.3 beta released, optimises jailbreak process.
  • 15 July -- iPod touch (6th generation) released.
  • 14 July -- iOS 8.4.1 beta released.
  • 13 July -- TaiG 2.4.2 Beta released, fixes 30% and 40% issues as well as bundling Cydia 1.1.23. PPJailbreak 2.0.0 released to jailbreak iOS 8.1.3 - 8.4 on Mac.
  • 11 July -- TaiG 2.4.1 released.
  • 10 July -- TaiG 2.4.1 Beta released, fixes 60% issue.
  • 7 July -- TaiG 2.3.1 released.
  • 6 July -- TaiG 2.3.1 Beta released, includes Cydia 1.1.20.
  • 3 July -- TaiG 2.3.0 released, which removes the setruid-patch
  • 2 July -- TaiG 2.2.1 released to address a security vulnarability allowing all apps to get root easily.

June

  • 30 June -- iOS 8.4 released. TaiG 2.2.0 released to jailbreak iOS 8.4.
  • 23 June -- TaiG 2.0.0 released to jailbreak iOS 8.1.3, 8.2 and 8.3.
  • 8 June -- Apple announces iOS 9, watchOS 2.0, and a release date of June 30 for iOS 8.4 at WWDC 2015.

May

April

  • 23 April -- iOS 8.2 (build 12S506) released for Apple Watch.
  • 8 April -- iOS 8.3 and Apple TV 7.2 released.

March

  • 9 March -- iOS 8.2 released.

February

  • 23 February -- TaiG updated to version 1.3 to support iOS 8.2 beta and beta 2.
  • 12 February -- TaiG updated to version 1.2.1 to support iTunes 12.1.

January

  • 27 January -- iOS 8.1.3 and 7.0.3 (8.1.3) for Apple TV released.
  • 18 January -- PPJailbreak released to jailbreak iOS 8.0 - 8.1.2 on a Mac.

2014

December

  • 9 December -- iOS 8.1.2 released.

November

  • 29 November -- TaiG released to jailbreak iOS 8.0 - 8.1.1 on all devices except Apple TV.
  • 18 November -- iOS 8.1.1 and Apple TV 7.0.2 released.

October

September

June

  • 30 June -- iOS 7.1.2 and Apple TV 6.2 released to fix iBeacon connectivity, mail attachments not being encrypted and a bug with data transfers from third party accessories.
  • 29 June -- Pangu 1.1.0 released with lots of improvements.
  • 23 June -- Pangu released to jailbreak iOS 7.1.x untethered.
  • 1 June -- p0sixspwn updated to version 1.0.8 to support iOS 6.1.6 and fix iTunes 11.1+ crashes.

April

  • 22 April -- iOS 7.1.1 and Apple TV 6.1.1 released with bug fixes, including Touch ID fixes.

March

  • 27 March -- evasi0n7 updated to 1.0.8 to support iOS 7.0 (11A466) that shipped with some 5s and 5c iPhones
  • 10 March -- iOS 7.1, Apple TV iOS 6.1, iPad Air (iPad4,3) and iPad mini 2 (iPad4,6) released.
  • 1 March -- evasi0n7 updated to 1.0.7 to fix problem where bundled repository package information could not be refreshed/updated by Cydia and updated bundled Cydia package lists.

February

  • 26 February -- iTunes updated to 11.1.5 to fix crashing and improve iBooks compatibility on OS X.
  • 22 February -- evasi0n7 updated to version 1.0.6 to support iOS 7.0.6.
  • 21 February -- iOS 7.0.6 and iOS 6.1.6 released to address faulty SSL validation.
  • 5 February -- evasi0n7 updated to version 1.0.5 to support iOS 7.0.5.

January

2013

December

November

  • 14 November -- iOS 7.0.4, 6.1.5 for iPod touch (4th generation) to fix FaceTime bugs and Apple TV 6.0.2 released.
  • 1 November -- iPad Air released.

October

  • 24 October -- Apple TV firmware updated to 6.0.1.
  • 22 October -- iOS 7.0.3 released to fix various bugs including a passcode bug. iPad Air and iPad mini 2 announced.

September

  • 26 September -- iOS 7.0.2 released to address Lock screen issues.
  • 23 September -- Apple releases a patched version of the Apple TV 6.0 update.
  • 20 September -- Initial release of iPhone 5c and iPhone 5s. iOS 7.0.1 is also made available for these devices. A 6.0 update for the Apple TV was also released, but is pulled due to problems.[2]
  • 18 September -- iOS 7.0 released for the iPad 2 and newer, iPad mini, iPhone 4 and newer, iPod touch (4th generation).
  • 10 September -- Apple announces the iPhone 5c and iPhone 5s.

June

  • 25 June -- iFaith 1.5.9 released.
  • 19 June -- Apple TV firmware 5.3 released.
  • 10 June -- Apple unveils a completely-revamped iOS 7 at WWDC.

May

April

  • 13 April -- iFaith updated to version 1.5.8.
  • 11 April -- Sn0wbreeze updated to version 2.9.14.
  • 10 April -- iFaith updated to version 1.5.7.

March

  • 10 March -- iFaith updated to version 1.5.6.
  • 19 March -- Apple releases iOS 6.1.3 to patch multiple security-related bugs and improve Maps for Japanese users.
  • 12 March -- evad3rs updated evasi0n to 1.5.3.
  • 11 March -- evad3rs updated evasi0n to 1.5.2.
  • 10 March -- iFaith updated to version 1.5.5.
  • 5 March -- evad3rs updated evasi0n to 1.5.1.

February

January

  • 28 January -- Apple releases iOS 6.1.

2012

December

November

October

September

  • 21 September -- Initial release of iPhone 5 in first set of countries.
  • 19 September -- Apple releases iOS 6.
  • 12 September -- Apple announces new iPhone 5 and release date of iOS 6.

June

  • 18 June -- iPhone Dev Team releases a new version of redsn0w (0.9.14b1), adding the capability to downgrade iPhone 3G/3GS Baseband from the 06.15.00 iPad baseband to the latest unlockable iPhone baseband (05.13.04). This allows 3G/3GS users that had upgraded to the iPad baseband, thus losing the GPS function and the ability to restore to stock firmware, to get back to an iPhone baseband, making their devices behave as intended again, as well as being unlockable by ultrasn0w.
  • 14 June -- iPhone Dev Team releases a developer version of redsn0w (0.9.13dev1), which jailbreaks limera1n susceptible devices running iOS 6.0 beta. This version doesn't hacktivate nor install Cydia, as it hasn't been ported to iOS 6 just yet. This jailbreak, however, installs afc2 and SSH, enabling developers to fix and prepare their apps to the next iOS version.
  • 11 June -- Apple announces iOS 6 at WWDC 2012, and seeds the first beta to developers.

May

March

January

2011

December

November

  • 10 November -- iOS 5.0.1 is released in an attempt to fix battery-related issues. It's the first non-beta available as an OTA update.

October

  • 14 October -- The iPhone 4s is officially released, although some preorders were delivered early.
  • 12 October -- iOS 5.0 is released. The iPhone 4s IPSW came with 04.11.08 due to a goof on Apple's side.
  • 5 October -- Steve Jobs passes away.
  • 4 October -- Apple announces the new iPhone 4s.

September

  • 19 September -- redsn0w 0.9.9 beta 1 is released, introducing a new UI and many features (like submitting SHSHs to the Cydia Server.
  • 17 September -- MyGreatFest, first iCommunity and jailbreak centered convention was held.

July

  • 15 July -- Apple releases iOS 4.2.9 and 4.3.4, patching all jailbreaking-related vulnerabilities (aside from those in the bootrom).
  • 6 July -- comex releases Saffron, the first public jailbreak for the iPad 2.
  • 2 July -- A beta version of the upcoming jailbreak from comex for the iPad 2, making use of a PDF exploit, was leaked. A hotfix by Apple is expected very soon.

June

May

  • 6 May -- PwnageTool, redsn0w, and sn0wbreeze are updated for iOS 4.3.3 support (and in the case of sn0wbreeze, iOS 4.2.8 support as well).
  • 3 May -- Apple releases iOS 4.2.8 and 4.3.3 to address the location-tracking controversy. Once more, current untethering vulnerabilities remained unpatched.

April

March

February

January

2010

November

October

September

August

  • 12 August -- Saurik releases the first version of PDF Patcher, which installs Apple's patch for the FreeType vulnerability (used in conjunction with other exploits by Star). It works on firmwares as far back as 2.x, and renders iOS 3.2.2 and 4.0.2 useless for jailbreakers. Jailbreaking and installing this patch is currently the only way for users of first generation iPod touches and iPhones to protect themselves against malicious use of the exploit.
  • 11 August -- Apple releases iOS 4.0.2 for iPhone/iPod touch and iPhone OS 3.2.2 for iPad as a hotfix for Star's exploits. Ultrasn0w's exploit remains, since there's no baseband update on those versions.
  • 3 August -- Just before midnight in planetbeing's timezone ultrasn0w has been released by the iPhone Dev Team to unlock the iPhone 4.
  • 1 August -- comex releases Star, a jailbreak for all iDevices with iPhone OS 3.1.2 through iOS 4.0.1.

July

June

May

  • 3 May -- Windows version of Spirit has been updated to not require Windows 98 compatibility mode to run and fixed a photo deletion issue.
  • 2 May -- comex releases Spirit, an untethered jailbreak for all iDevices with iPhone OS 3.1.2 through 3.2.

April

  • 3 April -- Apple releases the iPad.

February

2009

November

  • 3 November -- geohot releases blackra1n RC3, a software jailbreak for all devices. Includes a new unlock for baseband 05.11.07 called blacksn0w and is also noticeably faster than previous versions.

October

September

July

June

March

January

2008

December

November

September

August

July

June

April

March

February

  • 28 February -- Cydia is released as an open-source alternative to Installer.app, and prepares to take over the jailbreak application scene upon 2.0's release.
  • 26 February -- Apple releases iPhone OS 1.1.4.
  • 11 February -- Zibri leaks the Ramdisk Hack in ZiPhone, the first all-in-one unlock, activate, jailbreak solution.
  • 8 February -- geohot releases software unlock for 4.6. Apple states 25% of phones were never activated with AT&T.

January

2007

November

October

September

  • 27 September -- Apple releases iPhone OS 1.1.1.
  • 11 September -- iPhone Dev Team releases iUnlock, first free software unlock.
  • 10 September -- IPSF releases first paid software unlock.
  • 9 September -- Apple announces the iPod touch at a media event.

August

July

  • 23 July -- First phones are used with other carriers by means of SIM hacks.
  • 20 July -- nightwatch adapts a toolchain to the iPhone. The first apps are compiled.
  • 9 July -- iPhone Dev Team releases a jailbreak method. The first use of this is ringtones.
  • 3 July -- DVD Jon first cracks activation. People can use the apps on the phone without a subscription.

June

  • 29 June -- iPhone is released. World's most hyped consumer product.
  • 26 June -- The iPhone Dev Team was formed.

January

  • 9 January -- iPhone is announced on stage by Steve Jobs.