why iCloud bypass, unlock iPhone exploits are so difficult .
iCloud is one most security system on mobile devices. Apple want keep it like that. If you look back since IOS 7 when find my iPhone was implemented everything was much more easy. iPhone 4 in that time have bottom exploit (called “SecureROM” by Apple) it was one significant code that runs on the iPhone 4. The bootrom is read-only. Finding exploits in the bootrom level is a big achievement since Apple won’t be able to fix it without a hardware revision. iPhone 4 and IOS7 was the last big exploit development to unlock iPhone with or without jailbreak . iPhone 4 was possible unlock or bypass Using custom firmware , and if you have iOS 7.1.2 also possible activate using a fake albert activation server developed by doulci in 2014.
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iCloud bypass, unlock iPhone exploits
in 2016 apple is now playing hard , almost impossible find any new exploit on server side or IOS firmware, the last jailbreaks were made using IOS IPSW exploits no bottom exploit. Pangu , Taig and many jailbreak researchers teams made an amazing work but not for iCloud bypass, unlock or removing iCloud. As you can see by this picture Apple also fight against jailbreak, to keep IOS faraway from developers release any public exploit. if you are a developer and working for exploit, bugs, apple will pay you to do that , yes is true apple pay you for you report to apple engineers your exploits. Starting this fall, Apple will pay up to $200,000 for iOS and iCloud bugs Bug bounty program . will start small and slowly expand over time. also ZYERODIUM pay for your 0day Exploits to ZYERODIUM.