The unc0ver team is out with a new update for Unc0ver jailbreak that fixes some issues primarily affecting A12 Bionic devices like the 2018 iPad Pro and the iPhone XS.
With the last major update to Unc0ver, the team had added jailbreak support for A12 Bionic devices like the iPhone XS, 2018 iPad Pro, and the iPhone XR running iOS 12.4. The release was relatively stable and good enough for daily use. With the latest release of Unc0ver, the team is fixing some of the lingering bugs in their jailbreak tool that has been reported by users.
Below is a list of all the changes in the latest release of Unc0ver 3.7.0 b2 and b3:
- A12 fixes for GPS
- Full-fledged AMFI/CT Bypass
- Fix for memory management issues
- Safari tweaks
- Fixes for Face ID, App Store on A12 devices
- Fixes for shutdown, reboot, and stability issues
If your iPhone or iPad is jailbroken and still running iOS 12.4, you can simply download the latest release of Unc0ver and jailbreak your device again to get all these improvements.
With iOS 13 already released by Apple, we are not going to see much action on the jailbreaking front for iOS 12. Most of the jailbreak developers have now turned their attention to the checkm8 exploit which can be used to create a permanent jailbreak for almost all iPhones starting from the iPhone 4s to iPhone X irrespective of the iOS version they are running.