The folks working on the popular unc0ver jailbreak continue to release beta updates at a pace that’s quite impressive, with beta 39 now in the hands of anyone who is brave enough to test it.
The unc0ver jailbreak has seen many beta releases in recent weeks, including beta 38 which brought in partial support for 4K devices, and that looks set to continue. If you’re looking to jailbreak your iOS 12 device, that’s a very good thing, and this latest beta is the best yet.
At this point it is worth remembering that even while these betas are arriving quickly and have plenty of fixes in them, they are still betas. That brings with it all of the risks you might expect, so make sure you’re aware of them before proceeding.
We’d also suggest making sure you have all of the relevant backups in place before you do anything.
Changes this time around include:
• Make it install NoBetaAlert only if the device is running a beta firmware and remove if it is not
• Make it install LetMeBlock only if the device is running iOS 12.0 or higher and remove if it is not
• Improve the nvram patch to increase the performance of the jailbreak
• Add more code for debugging possible issues
• Fix Clear Diagnostics Data
• Fix a kernel memory leak
• Update the offsets cache to not cache an unused offset
• Dump the nvram variables list
• Fix jailbreaking after a unsuccessful bootstrap extraction
• Reload mDNSResponder before backboardd when loading tweaks without enabling Reload System Daemons
• Update the APT lists cache file for repositories
• Update the local APT repo
All that being said, we haven’t seen development at a pace like this for some time, so if you do want to hold of we don’t expect it to be too long before unc0ver is as stable as can be.
To grab the latest IPA of unc0ver, simply head over to the following URL: github.com/pwn20wndstuff/Undecimus/releases
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