[Updated] Jailbreak tool unc0ver update (v5.0.0) with support for iOS 13.5 coming soon
This story is being continuously updated…. New updates are being added at the bottom…..
Original story (published on May 21) follows:
The jailbreak community is bustling today more than ever. And for good reason. This community is the source for countless tweaks that all help users customize their devices to their liking, and eke out a little more functionality out of their iOS devices.
There are a couple of tools that help users to attain jailbreak on their devices and some of the more popular ones include checkra1n and uncOver. These tools are always working to support the very latest versions of iOS.
iOS 13.5 has just started rolling out to eligible devices and already, unc0ver is working on an exploit that will allow users to jailbreak their iOS devices running on this new build of iOS.
We are going to release #unc0ver 5.0.0 with support for every signed iOS version on every device using a 0day kernel vulnerability from
in sponsorship with https://phonerebel.com very soon. Update your devices to 13.5 and follow our progress on https://unc0ver.dev.
With this upcoming release, v5.0.0, the team over at Unc0ver says that the tool will be able to jailbreak any iPhone running any version of iOS. This is a bold claim and to support this, the team adds that it will leverage an unspecified zero-day kernel exploit discovered by researcher “pwn2ownd”.
From the unc0ver website, the upcoming update of this tool will support Apple-signed iOS releases from iOS 11 through iOS 13.5. This is exciting news for all users in the jailbreak community as they don’t really have to hold off from updating to iOS 13.5, fearing incompatibility of their jailbreak.
Update 1 (May 24)
Unc0ver update v5.0.0 with iOS 13.5 support is now live. Head here for more details.
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