Want to jailbreak A13 iDevices? unc0ver for iOS 13 coming soon
Yeah, iPhones might be the symbol of luxury. But, Android outperforms Cupertino gadgets like a walk in the park when it comes to customisation. Without delving into geeky steps, you can personalise Android devices to match your interests.
On the contrary, iOS needs to be jailbroken so that you can get advanced level of controls by gaining access to the filesystem. For the last few months, checkra1n has been trending as the most popular jailbreaking tool with support for iOS 13.
Wait what! You can’t use checkra1n to jailbreak iDevices with A12 and A13 chipsets (iPhone XS, XS Max, iPhone XR, iPad Mini (5th generation), iPad Air (2019, 3rd generation), iPhone 11 Pro, 11 Pro Max, and iPhone 11) inside.
What if I tell you unc0ver is going to support A12 and A13 devices with up to iOS 13.3! No, you are not hearing a fallacy but the truth. A member of the popular jailbreaking tool unc0ver has broken this news on Twitter.
So yeah, they are planning to bring unc0ver support for all devices running on iOS 13-13.3. Despite being the trending jailbreaking tool, checkra1n still couldn’t pull this off. However, it has now been available for Linux.
In case you are not aware, A12 support is not new for unc0ver. Nonetheless, A12/A13 support on iOS 13 devices is not something they could achieve in the past. That’s how the tool, which lost its glamour in the shades of checkra1n is now gaining momentum.
The last few months has been exhausting for unc0ver because people shifted away from it due to the limited support. Now that the developer cleared the air about it coming to iOS 13, it will earn quite a number of users.
But no, they haven’t revealed any ETA. When something related comes up, you can see here as an update at the bottom. For the time being, have a look at our iOS section for similar stories.
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