Last monday, Apple stopped signing iOS 13.5, a week after the release of iOS 13.5.1, a version that closed the detected zero-day vulnerability that allowed users of any iPhone and iPad to jailbreak from iOS 11 to iOS 13.5, so if you update to iOS 13.5.1 you can forget about the jailbreak.
However, the zero-day vulnerability present since iOS 11 It is also present in the first beta of iOS 13.5.5, a version that Apple continues to sign today, which allows you to continue having the possibility of being able to jailbreak your device if you updated to iOS 13.5.1 and ran out of it.
If you have the opportunity to get the first beta of iOS 13.5.5 (below we tell you where it can be downloaded), you will have to manually install it on your device via iTunes and perform the jailbreak process again. From Apple's servers, yesterday they released theiOS 13.6 beta, a beta that does close the possibility of jailbreak the device, since the zero-day vulnerability that allowed it since iOS 11, if it is patched.
If we take into account that Apple is already in beta phase of iOS 13.6, the time available until Apple stop signing iOS 13.5.5 It is very small, so you were considering jailbreak because you had not had the opportunity or because you lost it when updating your device automatically, you can still.
Download iOS 13.5.5 beta
If you do not want to go around the internet to download the beta of iOS 13.5.5 that is still compatible with the jailbreak, you can stop by the web ipsw.me, a website where we can download all the ipsw that Apple has launched.
The iOS versions shown in green, are the ones that Apple is still signing, which we can install on our device so that it is later activated by Apple and thus be able to use our device.