iPhones and iPads have been jailbreakable for more than a decade, but the Apple Watch doesn't seem to get as much attention as the handsets in the pwnage department. For that reason, it has an Apple-centric jailbreak called & # 39; Brenbreak & # 39; by @ethanpepro, to say the least, been especially exciting, to say the least. since April, and with one of the latest updates indicating a public release for Q4 2019, it should come as no surprise to anyone that @ethanpepro shared another significant milestone just last night :  From what we can gather, this is a confirmation of the SSH (Secure Shell) features running on an Apple Watch. SSH will allow a user to log on to the root of Apple Watch and run commands on it from an external device, such as a Mac. Applications for this functionality on a jailbroken device will include modifying system files and installing third-party add-ons.
In this particular case, it seems that @ethanpepro is running SSH on an Apple Watch Series 3 (Watch 3, 4), but we know from previous tweets that Brenbreak will be compatible with all Apple Watch models (series 0 through series 4) running watchOS 4.0-5.1.2
It remains to be seen what people will be able to do with a jailbroken Apple Watch, but we assume that user customization and increased app support will each play a significant role. For example, several options for Apple Watch faces and running apps that weren't previously supported on Apple Watch seem like great examples of what anyone can do with a pwned smartwatch.
Are you excited for Brenbreak, or have you already updated to an unsupported version of watchOS? Let us know in the comments section below.