Anyone that has a Face ID-equipped iPhone and runs a MacDirtyCow-susceptible firmware between iOS 15.0-16.1.2 can benefit from a checkra1n-inspired Face ID glyph animation that replaces the standard animated Face ID padlock when authenticating themselves.
The add-on we’re referring to known as Checkra1n Lock by iOS developer HackZy, and as you may be capable to inform for your self within the animated GIF above, the animation provided by this add-on is simply *chef’s kiss* if we needed to choose a phrase to explain it.
Not solely is the checkra1n icon the correct dimension and well-rendered, nevertheless it appears good on the Lock Screen and the animation is so completely easy — the animated GIF simply doesn’t do it correct justice.
Whether you’re jailbroken or not, Checkra1n Lock is a nice option to present your assist for jailbreaking in a delicate method, particularly in case you have a mushy spot for the checkm8 bootrom exploit that made jailbreaking doable on iOS & iPadOS 16.
If you’re fascinated about grabbing Checkra1n Lock for your MacDirtyCow gadget, then you possibly can purchase it from the Misaka bundle supervisor app. Anyone who isn’t already making the most of Misaka can comply with our tutorial to put in it on a MacDirtyCow-capable gadget.
Are you going to be utilizing Checkra1n Lock? Let us know why or why not within the feedback part down under.