Virtualize iOS 17.4 Devices
Premium On-Site and Desktop Appliance support has been extended to include up to iOS 17.4 Beta.
We have also included miscellaneous bug fixes in this release.
We have released our Automated Mobile App Security Testing (MAST) tool for our Business Cloud customers. Available for both iOS and Android devices, MAST drastically reduces the effort, cost, and time required to perform professional-grade penetration testing.
Learn how to get started with Automated MAST.
Note: For our Cloud customers, our Automated MAST tool requires a device that was created on February 1, 2024, or after.
Customers can now run iOS 17.3.1 on all compatible virtual devices.
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.
We've also included miscellaneous bug fixes in this release.
This time around, we've introduced a set of automated bug fixes for MAST (Beta) to enhance your experience, exclusively made available to on-premises customers. These fixes include but are not limited to:
On-Site support has been extended to include up to iOS 17.2.1.
This release includes our Automated MAST Beta; as well as new firmware, UI changes, and other improvements.
Introducing the beta of our new Automated MAST solution for DevSecOps! You can use Corellium to test your mobile applications on a wide range of devices without the need to purchase and maintain physical devices.
By building on the scalability and convenience of our cloud-based virtual devices, our automated MAST solution drastically reduces the effort, cost and time of penetration testing; enabling you to invest more into your security processes and ship more secure apps.
Learn how to get started with Automated MAST.
We have added support for iOS 17.1, 17.1.1, 17.1.2, and 17.2. You can now create devices using the latest iOS firmware for all compatible devices.
We have also added support for Android 14. You can now create devices using the latest Android firmware.
We now support Microsoft Entra SSO as part of our OpenID Connect integration. For more information, please see our SSO documentation.
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.
Settings -> General on the Corellium web interface.
corellium-cli, our command-line tool now supports uploading apps.
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:
iOS 17 Beta is now available for on-premises customers.
In this minor release, we fixed a CoreTrace bug.
Corellium is ready to show the following updates, made available to our on-premises customers:
Corellium introduces support for iOS 16.3, available for on-premises customers.
In this on-premises release, Corellium is proud to present:
Support for iOS 16.2 is now available for our on-premises customers.
Implemented documentation fix.
The highly anticipated releases of iOS 16.1, 16.2 Beta, and Android 13 are now supported. Some notable features include:
This release fixes an issue with IOMMU passthrough on On-Site Deployments.
Corellium is proud to announce iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro support, improvements to the device boot process, and performance improvements.
This release was removed.
Offered exclusively to customers with On-Site Deployments, 3.13.2 provides iOS 16 support, improvements to the device boot process, and performance improvements.
Corellium introduces support for iOS 16 Beta 5. This release is available as a beta exclusively to customers with On-Site Deployments.
Corellium is excited to add support for the new iOS 16. This new release is available as a beta exclusively to customers with On-Site Deployments.
This release adds Quick Connect SSH tunneling, a Rotate button for iOS, XPC support for CoreTrace on iOS, and OpenGApps for Android 12.
Our latest release adds website improvements, an API update, bug fixes, and a new user profile page.
Corellium version 3.9.0 contains updated Frida support as well as bug fixes and improvements to the user experience.
For this release we have added support for iOS 15.4 & 15.4.1.
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.
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.
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.
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.
In this release, we've added support for iPhone 13 and iOS peripherals, including Biometrics and Accelerometer. We also improved our error handling.
Our latest release brings support for iOS 14.8 and iOS 15, as well as support for GPS on iOS device.
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.
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.
(For on-premises customers, Release 2.9.1 incorporates Release 2.9)
This release provides support for 14.5 betas and Network Monitor for iOS.
This update provides support for iOS 14.4 and adds Frida support for iOS-based devices.
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.
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.
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:
In this update, on-premises customers will see: