New unc0ver exploit allows jailbreaking Apple iPhone and iPads running iOS/iPadOS 12 to 13.5

New unc0ver exploit allows jailbreaking Apple iPhone and iPads running iOS/iPadOS 12 to 13.5

New unc0ver exploit allows jailbreaking Apple iPhone and iPads running iOS/iPadOS 12 to 13.5 The iOS jailbreak and Android rooting communities have a lot in common. We both love our respective devices but are disappointed by the lack of customization. Unfortunately, Apple devices aren’t as easy to tinker with when compared to many Android devices. That’s why new jailbreaks, like the recently released unc0ver exploit, are such huge deals. The new unc0ver jailbreak works on all Apple iPhone and iPad devices from iOS 11 to iOS/iPad OS 13.5 with 12.3-12.3.2 and 12.4.2-12.4.5 being unsupported. This new jailbreak is one of the larger exploits to come out recently. There was recently a chip-level exploit called checkra1n that supports all Apple iOS devices using the A7 to A11 SoC. Unlike checkra1n, unc0ver uses a zero-day exploit that hasn’t been used in iOS jailbreaks since iOS 8. To use this exploit to jailbreak your iPhone or iPad, all you need to do is sideload the unc0ver .ipa file using software like AltStore. The full tutorial is available on the unc0ver website. How to jailbreak your Apple iPhone or iPad with unc0ver While I do daily driver Android phones, I also use iPhones a good amount. At the time of writing this article, I have easily jailbroken my iPhone SE and iPhone 11 Pro Max without any issues using this exploit. There are a lot of great tweaks on a lot of great repositories, but ...
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