If you have been aware of the large number of jailbreak tool updates over the past couple of weeks, Jake James & # 39; Sock Port has no doubt caught your attention. Pwn20wnd's unknown jailbreak tool for iOS 11.0-12.2 was the first to implement it, but it could only jailbreak A9-A11 devices running iOS 11.0-12.1.4 at that time.
This morning, James shared an exciting announcement on Twitter about the Sock Port exploitation, and as it looks, changes and improvements have been made over the past week, compatible with all devices running iOS 11.0-12.2, including the A12 (X) version: 
As it looks, James is now preparing a writing that describes the usage and how it can be used, and which you might expect, jailbreak creators like Pwn20wnd and CoolStar will probably take notes on how it can be implemented in today's jailbreak.
From what we can collect, James will also implement an automatic device detection so older phones can take advantage of the older and faster deployment method, while newer devices will use the newer and slower deployment method instead.
This is great news because it means that tools like Chimera, Electra and unc0ver can potentially benefit from a single exploitation to jailbreak most devices running iOS 11.0-12.2. Also, James & Sock Port can utilize a jailbreak a handset somewhat quickly, depending on the device.
None of the aforementioned jailbreak tools have officially picked up support for the updated Sock Port exploit at the time of this writing, but we will certainly update you if and when this changes. In particular, some devices such as the A12 (X) variety will require more than just one exploitation to achieve a full iOS 12.2 jailbreak.
Are you happy to see these improvements being made to new and existing exploits? Discuss in the comments below.