Welcome to the iPhone Wiki
This is a conglomerate work of everything done by everyone on Apple's amazing iDevices. Anyone can contribute here, just ask an administrator for an account. Currently there are 4,501 users that contribute to this wiki, with 14,633 articles.
- Check out the most recent article changes.
- Get up to speed in the community (and learn about how jailbreaks work).
- Read (and edit) the constitution to understand what purpose this wiki serves.
- Read the timeline to see where we are.
- Read the community portal to find out what people request to be added/changed.
- Read the ground rules to know what you should and should not post in this wiki.
- If you have notes on something you did, post them here, no matter how ugly.
- If you see something ugly, work to make it pretty.
- If you have a fix for a problem people are having, post it here.
What are we about?
The iPhone Wiki is an unofficial wiki dedicated to collecting, storing and providing information on the internals of Apple's amazing iDevices. We hope to pass this information on to the next generation of hackers so that they can go forth into their forebears' footsteps and break the ridiculous bonds Apple has put on their amazing mobile devices.
|Product Line||Apple TV||HomePod||Apple Watch||iPad||iPad Air||iPad Pro||iPad mini||iPhone||iPod touch||Mac|
|Supported||Apple TV HD
|All models||Series 3
|iPad Air 2
|All models||iPad mini 4
Apple Silicon Macs
|14.7 beta 3
|7.6 beta 3
|14.7 beta 3
|11.5 beta 3|
- Check the "Allow untested iOS/iPadOS/tvOS versions" checkbox in the options view to bypass the version check; for devices with the Apple A11 SoC, you must check the "Skip A11 BPR check" box in the options view and boot the device without a passcode.
- checkra1n supports devices with the Apple A7-A10X SoC's, and provides only limited support for devices with the Apple A11 SoC; there is no support for devices with the Apple A12 SoC and newer.
- Partial support for first-generation HomePod only.
See Jailbreak for a complete list of devices and firmware versions and tools used to jailbreak those versions.
"- Consolidation needed here as well.
- Apple Internal Apps
- File formats
- OTA Updates
- System Log (syslog)
- Ramdisk: ASR
- Cydia Impactor
Mac (Apple Silicon)
iPhone Hacker Teams
- Bypassing iPhone Code Signatures
- Misuse of developer certificates
- MobileDevice Library
- Mobile Substrate
- Toolchain (Includes tutorials)
- Toolchain 2.0 (Includes tutorials)
Application Copy Protection
- Activation and Hacktivation
- Bootrom / VROM
- DFU Mode
- IMG3 / IMG4 tags
- Firmware downgrading