Unc0ver jailbreak tool for iOS 13 to iOS 13.3 received an update to version 4.2 that is now compatible with devices running A9 to A11 chips. If you previously haven’t been able to jailbreak your iPhone X running iOS 13 to 13.3, now you can do it thanks to the tool’s newest update.
Aside from this, the update also features numerous bug fixes and other gimmicks.
Is A Computer Needed For The Jailbreak?
The fact that Unc0ver jailbreak for iOS 13 to iOS 13.3 is now compatible with devices running A9 to A19 chipsets means that you can now freely jailbreak iPhone 6s to iPhone X.
Even though Unc0ver isn’t the first jailbreak tool for those processors, it is different than the Checkra1n tool because it does not require access to a computer – It can be sideloaded on an iPhone from a signing device.
However, if your device is already jailbroken with Checkra1n, it’s better if you stick to it.
The following notes were published with the new update:
- “Fix issues with system services on A12-A13 (i.e., iMessage notifications)
- Add iOS 13.0-13.3 support for A8-A11 devices
- Fix temporary freeze after the Jailbreak completed alert.”
Please take a minute to decide whether you should go with Unc0ver or Checkra1n because switching between them can prove a bit tedious.