The major benefit of jailbreaking your iPhone or iPad is that you get to install various jailbreak tweaks that let you customize iOS, bypass some of its restrictions, and add new features to it. However, if you end up installing a buggy or incompatible tweak, your iPhone could become unstable and Cydia could keep crashing thereby making it difficult to uninstall the tweak. Unc0ver jailbreak, thankfully, has a feature called Safe mode just for this problem.
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Apple stopped signing iOS 13.5 after releasing iOS 13.5.1 last week. The company was quick to stop signing iOS 13.5 as there was a zero-day security exploit in it that allowed for jailbreaking it. If you want to jailbreak your iPhone but accidentally upgraded it to iOS 13.5.1, don’t loose hope as there’s still a way for you to jailbreak it.
Apple yesterday released the iOS 13.5.1 update to patch the 0-day vulnerability that was being used by Unc0ver for their jailbreak. If you value your jailbroken iPhone or iPad though, you should immediately turn off the automatic update feature of iOS 13 and then jailbreak your iPhone again.
The Unc0ver team has released a bug-fixing update to their tool which fixes some issues that users were having while trying to jailbreak their iPhone or iPad running iOS 13.5.
The team behind Unc0ver has just released an iOS 13.3.1 – iOS 13.5 jailbreak for all iPhones and iPads. This is the first iOS jailbreak in years to use a 0-day exploit as previous tools relied on a 1-day exploit or other security lapses from Apple’s part. If you are looking to jailbreak your iPhone or iPad running iOS 13.5 using Unc0ver, check out this guide.
The Unc0ver team has just released Unc0ver 5.0.0 that supports jailbreaking all iPhones and iPads running iOS 13.5, the very latest release of the OS.
The Unc0ver team today took to Twitter to announce that they are soon going to release unc0ver 5.0 that will support jailbreaking every signed iOS version on any iPhone or iPad using a 0-day kernel vulnerability. This means that the upcoming release of Unc0ver will also be able to jailbreak the recently released iOS 13.5.
The Unc0ver team is out with a major update for their jailbreaking tool with a number of changes and improvements. If you have jailbroken your iPhone using Unc0ver, it is strongly recommended that you update to this build.
The Unc0ver team is out with another update for their jailbreaking tool with some bug fixes. This release comes hot on the heels of the team updating their tool to add jailbreak support for older iPhones starting from the iPhone 6s to the iPhone X.
A new update is out for the Unc0ver jailbreak tool which adds support for jailbreaking A9-A11 devices running iOS 13 – iOS 13.3. The update also fixes issues with the system services like not getting iMessage notification which popped up in the last release.