Although the jailbreak is still in beta, it is available for A12 – A15 devices running iOS 15 to iOS 15.4. However, the developer warns users that it is not intended for release and that they should use it at their own risk.
The launch of this jailbreak came as a surprise, as it was not supposed to be announced yet. Unfortunately, the leaked IPA made it impossible for the developer to delay any longer. The developer also notes that the name of the jailbreak may change before the official release, so users should not get too attached to the current name.
While this jailbreak may appeal to those looking to customize the iPhone 13 Pro Max, it is important to remember that it is still in beta and has not been fully tested. The developer warns that users should be careful and read the release notes carefully before proceeding.
Also, it is important to note that the jailbreak is only compatible with iPhone XS through iPhone 13 Pro Max and cannot be used on iPhone 14 due to lack of iOS 16 support.
If you are interested in jailbreaking the iPhone 13 Pro Max, be sure to keep an eye out for the final version of Fugu15 Max, which may have a different name. In the meantime, it’s best to wait until the jailbreak has been fully tested and deemed safe to use.