How To Jailbreak iOS 12.4 On iPhone X, XS Max, XR, iPad Pro And More Using Unc0ver [Video Tutorial]

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Here’s video tutorial on how to jailbreak iOS 12.4 on iPhone X, iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, iPhone XR, iPhone 8, iPad Pro and more devices using Unc0ver 3.5.x.

As you may already know by now, unc0ver got a surprise update yesterday which brought jailbreak support for iOS 12.4. This is a big deal because iOS 12.4 happens to be the latest signed firmware version of iOS and it has been a very long time since we last saw a jailbreak being released for a latest signed version of iOS.

Initially, unc0ver added supported for all devices up to A11-powered iPhone X and left out support for A12-based iPhone XS, XS Max, XR and A12X-based 2018 iPad Pros. This limitation was due to the nature of the exploit being used but thankfully, unc0ver has now been updated again with partial jailbreak supported added for those aforementioned latest A12 and A12X-based devices.

There’s no timeline on when or if we will see full support for iOS 12.4 jailbreak for latest A12 and A12X based devices.

Apple is very likely to patch this vulnerability very soon in the form of iOS 12.4.1 update so better upgrade or downgrade to iOS 12.4 right now no matter which device you are on to take advantage of this jailbreak. Again, it will be a while before we see another jailbreak coming like this for latest signed firmware version of iOS. Take advantage of it while you can!

You can download unc0ver jailbreak from here. iOS 12.4 IPSW files can be found here. Cydia Impactor can be downloaded from cydiaimpactor.com. Once all the required files and tools have been downloaded, follow the complete step by step instructions in the video embedded below to get your device jailbroken!

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