A new tfp0 vulnerability has been discovered in iOS 13.6, which could potentially be used to jailbreak iOS 13.6.
The vulnerability was unveiled by Twitter user @_simo36 on Thursday.
— simo (@_simo36) July 16, 2020
Apple released iOS 13.6 earlier this week, bringing some bug fixes and improvements for Apple News+.
Currently, you can jailbreak iOS 13.5 with unc0ver, available on all iPhones, and for iPad.
The checkra1n team's jailbreak tool is based on the bootrom vulnerability, so it can be used on any version of iOS, but it only supports the iPhone X and older devices affected by the vulnerability.
Checkra1n developer Sam Bingner recently tweeted a screenshot showing Cydia running on iOS 14.
This suggests that the jailbreak of the new operating system is well underway and the release may be coming sooner than expected.