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MATRIX Improvements

We've been working hard on making MATRIX more powerful, robust, and interactive. Here are some things you can look forward to in this release.

More Checks

This release includes 14 new Android checks and 5 new iOS checks, primarily focused on finding sensitive values in HTTPS traffic, application signing vulnerabilities, various app protections, and the keychain. For a complete list of new checks, view our Support docs tests checks.

Regex Support for Keywords

You asked, and we listened. You can now use a regular expression syntax in your keywords file for pattern-matching static data. For example, instead of searching for variants of these patterns:





You can add a line item of regex(/1234-/).

Other MATRIX Updates

We also added the ability to view MATRIX reports while devices are off, view "Created by" from the HTML-generated report, and many miscellaneous bug fixes and improvements.

General Improvements

This version also applies various bug fixes for better overall performance and stability, plus continuous enhancements to our web interface for improved usability.

This month's update includes two features - one that we have had enhanced in beta for a few months now, called MATRIX, and one that is new to our platform called Snapshot Sharing.


If you've been playing with this feature, you may have seen it referred to in our application as MAST (Beta). Today, we're formally rolling out our name for this feature, MATRIX, which stands for Mobile Application Testing and Reporting Interface.

MATRIX now includes 8 new Android checks and 4 new iOS checks.

New Android Checks

AuthApplication Contains Hardcoded URLs
CryptoApplication Utilizing Insecure Cryptography
CryptoApplication Utilizing Insecure Symmetric Encryption Modes
CryptoApplication Contains Hardcoded SQLCipher Key
CryptoApplication Contains Hardcoded API Keys
PlatformApplication Contains Debuggable Webviews
PlatformApplication Utilizes Insecure JavaScript Interface
PlatformApplication Contains WebViews with JavaScript Enabled
StorageLocal Data Exposure: Sensitive Values Stored Insecurely in Memory

New iOS Checks

NetworkApp Transport Security (ATS) Selectively Disabled
PlatformApplication Utilizes Potentially Dangerous Permissions
PlatformPotentially Insecure iOS Entitlements
StorageLocal Data Exposure: Sensitive Values Stored in Memory

UI/UX Enhancements

Users are provided with guidance that offers a step-by-step process for completing a test. We have also included toast notifications to notify users when actions and tests have been completed. Once the tests have finished and you are ready to view the results, you can either view them in the UI or download the results in HTML or JSON formats.

The MATRIX index page has been redesigned to give users better access to their test results.

  • A summary has been added so you do not have to navigate to see your check results. Users can also sort by Status or Severity to easily find specific tests. Each test can expand to display the full list of all checks and results, including Impact, Remediation, and Evidence.

  • You will also see any tests that have not been completed, ensuring users always know where they left off. If a user tries to start a new test, they will be prompted to complete or delete the unfinished test.

  • A History section has been added, enabling users to view or delete old tests.

We believe readily available support documentation is crucial for quickly answering your questions, allowing you to stay focused on your tasks.

  • From the main MATRIX page, users can click out to view the MATRIX support homepage or the CI/CD workflow page.

    Learn how to get started with MATRIX.

Bug fixes

We have continued to fix the bugs found during our Beta. Thank you to all of our select Business customers who have sent us comments about what they have experienced. We are proud to say that we have pushed all the fixes to those bugs into this release.

Known Issues

Rooted / Jailbroken

  • MATRIX does not support non-rooted or non-jailbroken devices. To use MATRIX, ensure that the device is rooted (Android userdebug) or Jailbroken (iOS).

Project Admins Only

  • Non-project admins who attempt to use MATRIX will be automatically logged out. This will change in future updates.

Keep the App Open

  • When running MATRIX, ensure that the app is open in the virtual device until the report is generated. If the app is closed, there is a chance that the report will not be generated.

Snapshot Sharing

We are very excited about the new feature included in this release. Snapshot sharing allows users to distribute snapshots with other users within the platform. At this time, snapshot sharing is only available for Business customers only.

Learn how to get started with Snapshot sharing.

Snapshot sharing is controlled by Access Codes to ensure that only authorized individuals can use or share the snapshots, enhancing security and confidentiality.

Please note that when you create a new device from a shared live snapshot, the device's file system is copied to the new device, but the RAM state is not. This means the new device will boot up as if it were power-cycled but with the snapshot's file system state.

Virtualize iOS 17.5 Devices

Official iOS 17.5 support is now available for all customers who can virtualize compatible devices.

UI/UX Enhancements

This months updates include some great UI/UX changes to our app to amp up your experience. We've revamped the way you navigate and interact with our platform whether you use a keyboard, screen reader, or just want a smoother, more user-friendly experience.

WCAG 2.1 compliance

Many of our business customers have requested WCAG compliance in our app, and we have exciting news to share! For the past few months, we have been working hard on accessibility. Here's a quick rundown of what we've been up to:

  • Improved Keyboard Navigation: You can now navigate the site more easily using just your keyboard, providing a smoother experience for everyone, whether you're checking out our app or browsing our website.
  • Enhanced Contrast Ratios: We've adjusted our color schemes to improve contrast, making it easier for everyone to read text and identify important information.
  • Better Screen Reader Support: Screen readers will now work even more effectively with our platform, aiding users with visual impairments in navigating smoothly.
  • Clearer Focus Indicators: We've enhanced the visibility of focus indicators on the screen, which goes a long way in helping users navigate with confidence.

We are now either fully or partially compliant with all of the WCAG 2.1 A and AA requirements. If you would like a copy of our VPAT, let us know and we'll send it over.

Key Bug Fixes

  • Safari not allowing Keyboard Passthrough

Upcoming Releases

  1. MAST Solution (Beta): Our Automated Mobile Application Security Testing (MAST) tool quickly identifies vulnerabilities in mobile apps and generates detailed reports, enabling developers to promptly fix issues. It's currently in Beta with select customers and we'll be rolling it out to more customers over the coming months.

  2. LDAP Support: Many business customers have expressed their desire for LDAP. We know that LDAP is a key part of identity and access management, helping organizations keep their users and data secure while making information easier to manage and access. So we are working hard to bring LDAP support to our platform.

UI/UX Enhancements

For this round of updates, we're taking into account the considerable feedback we've gathered from you, our customers. In response to this valuable feedback, we've made some focused improvements to our web interface to help you better understand the state of your devices and to provide more visibility around device hours and burst usage.

Device Hours & Burst Usage Transparency

In our effort to provide you with a clearer insight and a better understanding of your device usage and billing, we've made the following changes to our web interface:

  • A device hours counter has been added to the web interface to enable a better understanding of device usage by keeping a total count of the amount of device hours consumed in a billing period.

device hours counter

  • We've refreshed the subscription page, detailing the components of your plan and providing a usage summary to show your current spending based on device hours used in a given billing period.

subscription page

For subscriptions that include burst, the counter will update to reflect when the following billing thresholds are reached:

  • When you've reached 85% of your alloted hours.

device hours counter for burst usage

  • When you've reached 100% of your alloted hours. When reached, any additional device hours will be billed at the burst rate.

device hours counter for burst usage

Device States

With the transition of billing to revolve around device hours, we're helping you ease into this change by applying color schemes to the device's state indicator. This addition is aimed to provide a clear visual representation of the states of your devices.

  • A green color scheme is associated with the device's state indicator when a device is considered active.

device turn on

  • A black color scheme is associated with the device's state indicator when a device is considered turned off.

device turn off

  • A green color scheme is associated with the device's state indicator when pausing an active device to show that the device is active when paused.

device pause

Accessibility Work

We've made significant headway in our goal to achieve WCAG 2.1 AA compliance, and our efforts are ongoing. We are committed to integrating accessibility improvements throughout our product, ensuring it becomes increasingly accessible for all users to promote a more inclusive experience.

Virtualize iOS 17.4 Devices

Official iOS 17.4 support is now available for all customers who can virtualize compatible devices.

iOS 17.4 GA

MATRIX Fixes and Enhancements

We've made some updates to enhance your experience with our MATRIX UI. To help you quickly review the outcomes of your MATRIX tests, we've introduced a Summary and Results section. This new feature allows you to easily view the results of the security tests that have been run. We've also made various bug fixes and general enhancements to further improve our MATRIX solution.

MATRIX Reporting/Summary

Key Bug Fixes

  • Fixed an issue where USBFlux did not contain all the correct architecture types.
  • Fixed an issue preventing iOS 17 devices from connecting to Xcode.

MATRIX (Beta) for Cloud

We have released our automated mobile app security testing tool, known as MATRIX, to our Business Cloud customers. Available for both iOS and Android devices, MATRIX drastically reduces the effort, cost, and time required to perform professional-grade penetration testing.

Learn how to get started with MATRIX.

Note: For our Cloud customers, our MATRIX tool requires a device that was created on February 1, 2024, or after.


Virtualize iOS 17.3.1 Devices

Customers can now run iOS 17.3.1 on all compatible virtual devices.

Added Support for iOS 17.3.1

WCAG 2.1 Improved Compliance

We rebuilt the device tools and features pages, the global navigation bars, the home page, and the admin pages to be more compliant with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.1 (WCAG 2.1) standard.

Bug fixes

We've also included miscellaneous bug fixes in this release.

This release includes new firmware, Microsoft Entra SSO support, UI changes, and other improvements.

Virtualize iOS 17.2.1 Devices

We have added support for iOS 17.1, 17.1.1, 17.1.2, 17.2, and 17.2.1. You can now create devices using the latest iOS firmware for all compatible devices.

Added Support for iOS 17.2.1

Virtualize Android 14 Devices

We have also added support for Android 14. You can now create devices using the latest Android firmware.

Added support for Android 14

Use Microsoft Entra SSO to Log In

We now support Microsoft Entra SSO as part of our OpenID Connect integration. For more information, please see our SSO documentation.

Accessibility Improvements

We are working towards WCAG 2.1 AA compliance. This release fulfills the following WCAG Success Criteria: non-text content; info and relationships; resize text; reflow; non-text contrast; content on hover or focus; keyboard; no keyboard trap; page titled; focus order; link purpose - in context; visible focus; on focus; on input; labels or instructions; and name, role, value. We'll continue to improve accessibility in future releases.

Key Bug Fixes

  • We fixed an issue with restoring an iPhone 15 Pro Max backup through Settings -> General on the Corellium web interface.
  • The UI now displays properly when signing up for a trial with a long email address.
  • You can now create kernel hooks greater than 256 bytes.

Other Improvements

Version 5.6.0 is now live. Find out what's new!

Introduced iOS 17.1 and iOS 17.1.1 Support

We're excited to announce that cloud customers can now create iOS 17.1 and iOS 17.1.1 devices. Happy Virtualizing!

Added iOS 17.1 and iOS 17.1.1 support

Longer Trials for Businesses

Previously, business trials were limited to 12 "device hours" (the time your devices are active). We've removed the device hour restriction for business trials, so now you can freely explore the platform without the risk of your trial ending before you're ready.

Better Network Monitor Hexdump

We've improved our Network Monitor's hexdump to make it easier to read. When viewing a network monitor response that contains binary data, you'll notice we've included leading zeroes (000) and dots (.) to signify non-printable data.

Network Monitor dump

Added CoreDevice Support

In iOS 17, Apple introduced the new CoreDevice framework to work with iOS devices. This framework relies on the RemoteXPC protocol. We've added support for CoreDevice on iOS 17 devices, ensuring compatibility with Xcode.

Improved Accessibility

We are working towards WCAG 2.1 AA compliance. This release fulfills the following WCAG Success Criteria: non-text contrast; name, role, value; keyboard; on input; and focus order. We'll continue to improve accessibility in future releases.

Key Bug Fixes

  • We fixed an issue related to clearing CoreTrace logs.
  • The placeholder text in the Devices screen search bar now correctly displays "Search Devices".

Other Improvements

  • We moved the Download Debug Accelerator section higher up in the Connect screen. It's now nested under "Advanced Options", right before the relevant GDB command.
  • We expanded the user dropdown menu. When using a tall display, you no longer have to scroll to log out of a session!

Corellium proudly presents iPhone 15 devices! iPhone 15, 15 Plus, 15 Pro and 15 Pro Max, along with iOS up to version 17.0.3

Additional updates include:

  • Added a Current Period Usage panel in the Admin > Subscription page to track your usage for our current subscription offerings
  • SSO is now generally available for Business customers, refer to our documentation to get started
  • Miscellaneous bug fixes and improvements, including Accessibility enhancements

  • Corellium is proud to announce iOS 17 support, up to 17.0.2
  • Graviton 3 support
  • Guided onboarding
  • A new home screen
  • iOS microphone support
  • Android fingerprint peripheral support
  • Upgrade Frida on iOS to 16.1.3
  • Bug fixes and enhancements
  • We are aware of an intermittent kernel panic issue affecting iOS 16.x.

  • Debug Accelerator - Reduces the effect of network latency and makes debugging from Mac, Linux, and Windows laptops faster and more natural.
  • Android Screen Rotation - Support for screen rotation on our virtual Android devices.
  • Advanced Network Monitor - Capture all network traffic from our virtual devices in addition to HTTP(s), for both iOS and Android. (Enterprise and Premium Editions)
  • Update iOS Version - You can now perform an in-place iOS update on your virtual devices for introspection and testing during OS updates. (Enterprise and Premium Editions)
  • Restore iOS Backup - You can now restore backups from your physical iOS devices to our virtual iOS devices. (Enterprise and Premium Editions)
  • Single Sign-On - Beta release of support for OpenID Connect via Auth0. (Standard, Enterprise, and Premium editions)
  • iOS 16.5 Support

  • Add iOS 16.4 and iOS 16.4.1 firmware support
  • Add iOS 16.5 beta firmware support for Premium Edition customers
  • Add a non-rooted Android option
  • Improve Android GPS sensor operation
  • Upgrade Frida on iOS to version 16.0.11
  • Various UI/UX enhancements

  • Released the Corellium Webplayer (learn more here)
  • Added iOS 16.3 and iOS 16.3.1 support for cloud customers
  • A new cloud-based experience for on-premises customers
  • Users can now set device location to “my location”
  • Users can now download the console log output
  • Add the license type to the user's profile dropdown
  • Miscellaneous bug fixes and improvements

Corellium is excited to release Version 4.0, which includes support for Webplayer (Enterprise customers only) and iOS 16.2.

  • Performance improvements
  • UIUX updates and enhancements
  • Fixed a PAC panic issue affecting the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro Max

Support for iOS 16.1 and Android 13 is now available on our cloud platform!

  • iOS 16.1 support
  • Android 13 support
  • Frida 16 updates
  • iPhone 14 frame updates
  • UIUX improvements and fixes
  • Enhance error handling for Quick Connect
  • Fixed issue with VM termination and pausing
  • Various bug fixes and performance improvements

Corellium is proud to announce iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro support, improvements to the device boot process, and performance improvements.

  • iPhone 14 release
  • iOS 16 enhancements
  • Add IMSI and IMEI support (customers with Premium On-Premises licenses)
  • Frida bug fixes and improvements
  • Various bug fixes and web interface enhancements

With the 3.13.1 release, we announce iOS 16 support for cloud customers as well as improvements to the device boot process.

  • User interface enhancements, including improved user alerts
  • Known Issues: Please note using Frida with iOS 16 may lead to a kernel panic.

The 3.13 release includes preparation for iOS 16 support, design enhancements to the user interface, and performance improvements.

  • Increased disk space by 2GB for all iOS 16 devices
  • Added nodevmode boot option to the REST API

Corellium unveils various new changes to the user interface and user experience with version 3.12.1.

  • Simplified trial signup process adds address autofill and removes the billing requirement
  • Accessibility and usability changes, including keyboard support on modal windows
  • Improvements to navigation, alerts, and typography of our web interface
  • Moved the OpenGApps installer to the Apps page on Android devices
  • Deeper Intercom chat integration into the customer experience
  • Reliability and error handling improvements

This release adds Quick Connect SSH tunneling, a Rotate button for iOS, XPC support for CoreTrace on iOS, and OpenGApps for Android 12.

  • New Quick Connect feature enables SSH without a VPN connection
  • Add a Rotate button to enable landscape mode on iOS devices
  • Add an XPC trace to CoreTrace for iOS devices
  • Improved Android hardware button support
  • Add OpenGApps support for Android 12 devices
  • Various fixes and improvements to the user interface

Our latest release adds website improvements, an API update, bug fixes, and a new user profile page.

  • Responsive design enhancements to the front end
  • Updated response for the createUser() API call
  • Added modal reporting for user during error states
  • Enhanced stability for VMs during deployment
  • Fixed issue preventing Xcode DDI mount on iOS 15.4
  • Improved browser stability in iOS 15.4
  • Added user profile page

Corellium version 3.9.0 contains updated Frida support as well as bug fixes and improvements to the user experience.

  • Upgrade Frida on Android to 15.1.16
  • Improvements and bug fixes to the user interface
  • Fixed an issue causing the network monitor to crash
  • Improvements to query images uploaded to the project
  • Fixed an issue with blocked navigation links in Firefox
  • Added support links to headers for device features, e.g. Connect, Files, Apps, Console
  • Support downloading files simultaneously from the device filesystem

The Corellium team is excited to announce the release of many user experience improvements, simulate receiving SMS to iOS, frames of various Android devices, Android 12 upgrade, as well as bug fixes.

  • Device tools have been stacked vertically for easier navigation.
  • "Peripherals" renamed to "Sensors” in device tools.
  • Device selection has been updated to not require unselecting of current device.
  • Simulate receiving an SMS message on the iOS virtual device.
  • 11 Android device frames have been added.
  • Upgraded AOSP 12 from beta 1 to revision 26.
  • Allow shell scripts to be used as the main executable of a process.
  • Fixed Cydia Installations in iOS 15.2 and later.
  • Bug fix for on-premises customers when instance gateway is set to “default."
  • Broken links for Knowledge Base articles updated.

In this latest release, we've added iOS 15.3 and iOS 15.3.1, STUN for WebRTC to allow for functional displays in strict firewall environments, improved snapshot functionality, added a start timestamp to the instance object on the Corellium-API, and other various bug fixes.

  • Added iOS 15.3 and iOS 15.3.1
  • STUN for WebRTC enabling displays on strict firewall environments.
  • Improvements for multiple snapshot creation.
  • Added start timestamp field to Corellium-API. Attribute is useful for knowing how long an instance has been in the current state.
  • Fixed bug on Android devices related to networking issues on a soft-restart.
  • Bug fix for Android Settings crash when launched.

We are excited to announce in this release that we've added Pop-Out Displays for Virtual Device Screens, and a bug fix for cloning Snapshots.

  • Pop-Out Display of Virtual Device Screens
  • Bug fix for cloning Snapshots

This release provides iBoot for iPhone 12, improved API instructions for on-premises customers, and bug fixes for custom kernel uploads & API internet access toggling.

  • iBoot for iPhone 12
  • Improved API instructions for on-premises customers
  • Fixed a bug that prevented turning on internet via API in projects
  • Fixed a bug that stuck devices in deleting state when uploading custom kernels

In this release, we've added support for iPhone 13 and iOS peripherals, including Biometrics and Accelerometer. We also improved our error handling.

  • Support for iPhone 13
  • Support for toggling iOS biometrics to pass / not pass
  • Support for iOS sensors, including accelerometer / motion
  • Support for SEP for iPhone 12
  • Improved error handling

Our latest release brings support for iOS 14.8 and iOS 15, as well as support for GPS on iOS device.

  • Support for iOS 15 and 14.8
  • Support for GPS on iOS-based devices
  • Reduced frequency of payment attempts for past due invoices
  • Current credit balance now displayed in the UI
  • Fixed an error in changing the IP Address for the on-premises installer

This update only applies to the cloud.

  • Enables GPU acceleration for all Android devices on Enterprise accounts
  • Enables mixed Graviton clusters

This update adds support for iOS 14.7 and iOS 15. Since iOS 15 is still in beta, it's only supported for on-premises customers.

  • Support for iOS 14.7 and 14.7.1
  • Support for iOS 15 betas 1-4 (on-premises customers only)
  • Minor API Fixes

In this update, we're very excited to add support for Sensors and Camera for our virtual Android devices, as well as beta support for Android 12!

Note: Sensors and Camera may not be available or may behave differently on any pre-existing Android devices created prior to this update.

  • Added support for sensors for Android devices
  • Added support for camera pass-through for Android devices
  • Added beta support for Android 12
  • Implemented an API for shell access (ShellExec)
  • Fixed a bug that allowed improperly formatted UDIDs to be applied
  • Fixed a bug that caused the CoreTrace thread & process list not to populate for iPhone 12 iOS 14.6

  • Added the ability to export a pcap of the log from the Network - Monitor tool
  • Fixed a bug that caused some apps to timeout on launch on iOS 14.5.1 with PAC enable

(For on-premises customers, Release 2.9.1 incorporates Release 2.9)

  • Improve the load time of images in the Create Device modal
  • Increase trial time from one hour to six hours
  • Fix a Frida-related panic on iOS 14.5+ and enable integrated Frida tab on 14.5+
  • Disable certificate pinning by default for applications on jailbroken iOS devices
  • Automatically connect to the device display
  • Support for KASLR

  • Adds support for iOS 14.5
  • Improves CoreTrace reporting on XNU and Linux
  • Increases minimum password length for accounts
  • Adds support for multiple connections to a project or instance via the same openvpn client configuration

This cloud-only release provides support for variable screen sizes in the API, as well as minor bug fixes.

  • Support for variable screen sizes in the API
  • Support for toggling GPU acceleration per domain
  • Fixed a bug that caused Network Monitor to be displayed for non-jailbroken no-agent devices
  • Fixed an issue with the API that allowed users to create projects without a name
  • Fixed an issue that prevented re-subscribing after canceling a usage-based account
  • Fixed a bug that caused Enterprise Team Leads to see an option to invite users and manage teams when this functionality was not available at this permission level

This release provides support for 14.5 betas and Network Monitor for iOS.

  • Added support for 14.5 betas 1 and 2
  • Added support for Network Monitor for iOS-based device models
  • Fixed a bug that could cause errors in upgrading on-premises installations
  • Fixed backwards compatibility with iOS 14.0 betas

This release provides on-premises customers with the new ability to load their own models to the hypervisor. It also adds support for copying and pasting data to iOS-based device models.

  • Added support for loadable firmware models for on-premises customers
  • Added Copy/Paste for iOS devices. Note that for both Android and iOS-based device models, copy/paste behavior is inconsistent across different web browsers. In particular, data is unable to be pasted into a VM in the Firefox browser, and data is unable to be copied out of a VM in the Safari browser.
  • Fixed a bug in switching from monthly to usage-based subscriptions
  • Fixed a bug that prevents resubscribing after cancelling a usage-based account
  • Fixed a bug that could cause snapshots to becoming stuck in a Restoring state
  • Fixed a bug causing incompatibility between A14 iPhone device models and Xcode
  • Fixed a bug that caused graphical glitches in apps that use WKWebview
  • Implemented missing ACM protocol extensions and messages for iOS-based device models
  • Rebased the Ranchu Linux kernel branches

This update provides support for iOS 14.4 and adds Frida support for iOS-based devices.

  • Added support for Frida console for iOS devices
  • Added support for iOS 14.4
  • Enabled PAC for iPhone 12
  • Fixed an intermittent bug causing A14-based models to freeze during restore in Graviton environments
  • Fixed an error causing IPSWs to fail to upload in Graviton environments
  • Fixed an error causing iPhone XR and XS device models to panic when APRR was set

This update provided minor bug fixes for the cloud.

  • Fixed an NVMe panic after pause or reboot from a READ timeout
  • Fixed a bug that caused ffmpeg to cause unknown device error
  • Fixed a bug that cause the Kill button in the app tab to occasionally not respond to a click
  • Added a connection token to vstrm servers, telegfx, and crlm-stream
  • Resolved an issue with a device that was stuck in the Deleting state

We're very excited to announce that this release brings Apple device models to Individual accounts. With this release, Individual accounts will also see new advanced settings, including the ability to upload custom kernels and ramdisks. In addition, all accounts will now be able to adjust the number of CPU cores and the amount of RAM assigned to generic Android devices.

  • Support for Apple device models in Individual accounts
  • Support for custom kernel and ramdisk in Individual accounts
  • Improve error messaging for custom kernel and ramdisk
  • Enable users to change the amount of CPUs and RAM for generic Android devices
  • Update to the latest AOSP 10 and 11 revisions
  • Improve stability of links for latest OpenGApps versions
  • Upgraded the Android 8 Linux kernel version from 3.18 to 4.4

This update brings Enterprise customers support for the Apple A14 devices, including iPhone 12, iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12 Pro, and iPhone 12 Pro Max. It also implements encryption for AWS S3 backed volumes, and fixes some minor bugs in iOS 14 support.

  • Added support for iPhone 12, iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12 Pro, and iPhone 12 Pro Max
  • Implemented encryption for AWS S3 backed volumes in the cloud
  • Fixed a bug preventing keyboard input on iOS 14
  • Fixed a bug that caused Cydia UI not to display on iOS 14

With this update, we're very excited to now offer Usage-Based Billing for our cloud subscribers. Users can now subscribe to Individual or Enterprise Usage-Based accounts, where devices they create are charged for on an hourly basis. Please visit the Subscription page in your account to view additional details about subscribing to Usage-Based accounts.

Additional updates include:

  • Support for the iPhone SE (2020)
  • Allow writing to filesystems on Android 11
  • Prevent user from taking an Android snapshot before a device is fully shut down

In this release, a key highlight is that users are now allotted Stored Device slots, enabling users to store Off devices without occupying CPU cores. For each On device permitted on the user's account, up to 5 total devices can be stored. For example, a user with a 3-device Individual account will now have 15 "stored device" slots. Note that On devices count toward the total stored device count, so a user with a 3-device account could have 3 On devices and 12 Off devices.

Here is the full list of changes in this release:

  • Enabled users to store Off devices without occupying CPU cores
  • Updated support for iOS versions 14.1 and 14.2 with fixes for the panic patch and display firmware versions
  • Enabled support for copy and paste to a VM
  • Fixed a bug that caused iOS 14.0+ devices to fail to connect to network
  • Fixed a bug that caused large files and apps to sometimes fail to upload to cloud accounts
  • Fixed a bug that caused the Data folder to be inaccessible on iOS 13.4.1+
  • Fixed a bug that caused Flutter apps to fail to start on Android devices

In this update, on-premises customers will see:

  • Support for Android 11
  • Support for Network Monitor for Android devices
  • Support for Frida Console for Android devices