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iOS Jailbreaking is privilege escalation for the purpose of removing software restrictions imposed by Apple on iOS, iPadOS, tvOS and watchOS. It typically does this by using a series of kernel patches.
Currently everything <=12.2 is jailbreakable on (almost) every device. To check which Jailbreak supports your device click here. iOS 12.3 and newer do not have a jailbreak.
Yes it is possible to remove a Jailbreak. For more info click here.
Yes, you can follow our guide here.
Tethered - Jailbreaks require a constant connection to a computer. These jailbreaks are typically for developers only and are not recommended for most.
Untethered - Jailbreaks, while a thing of the past, only require a connection to a computer once. These jailbreaks do not require a Kickstart (Re-Jailbreak) from a computer or app to keep functioning. The last Untethered Jailbreak was Pangu9 on iOS 9 - 9.0.2.
Semi-Untethered - Jailbreaks are much more common these days and require a Kickstart upon rebooting your iOS device.
To fix this, follow this guide on r/Jailbreak or open terminal and run
ldrestart. You can also jailbreak with
Load Daemons turned off.