Now you can download unc0ver 3.0.0 iOS 12 jailbreak for your compatible Apple devices (iPhone, iPad). Below you can find the details.
After some time of beta releases we now have the final version 3.0.0 release of the jailbreaking tool unc0ver, you can download it right away.
The final 3.0.0 release comes after the beta release and it has promised 4 changes from the beta that came before the final version. But v3.0.0 b51 wasn’t very long for this world and even very closely followed by v3.0.0 final.
The changes in the final beta, and subsequently the final release was:
- Clean up
- Update jailbreak-resources to increase the performance and fix a kernel memory leak
- Display the bytes written to the kernel memory
- Fix the icon cache issue in RootFS Restore
While the full support for A12 and A12X devices like the iPhone XS, iPhone XR, and iPad Pro is still making the headlines, unc0ver can still be used for older devices running iOS 12.1.2. if we take into account the development on a jailbreak for those devices, we’re still waiting on Jay (Saurik) Freeman getting Cydia Substrate updated, although his recent comments on the unwanted attention it is currently garnering him with, we wouldn’t blame him if he never finished it.
As for the time is now, this v3.0.0 release of unc0ver is ready to go and you can download from github.com/pwn20wndstuff/Undecimus/releases.
This is the point where we’d like to inform everyone that this is a beta release and to expect instability, and even though this is no longer in beta form. There are still plenty of potential gotchas when jailbreaking. You need to make sure you bear them in mind when using unc0ver and some other tools like it.
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