iOS 13.5 has released a jailbreak with good morning

Η unc0ver has officially released the first jailbreak for the new iOS 13.5, which means you can unlock even the latest version of Apple's mobile operating system.

The unc0ver 5.0 jailbreak package comes just days after its official release 13.5 from Apple. The team that developed the jailbreak even started sharing teasers a few hours after the release of iOS 13.5.

What you need to know about unc0ver 5.0.

It can be used on iOS, macOS, Windows and Linux. The of Windows, the jailbreak also includes a link to download the Win32 version of iTunes, Then you should follow the steps mentioned by the team.

Unc0ver 5.0 runs on all versions of iOS from version 11.0 to version 13.5 and has been tested on most iPhone releases, old and new.
For example, all new generation iPhones are fully supported by this jailbreak, but you can also unlock iPhone 8 and iPhone 7, even if they are already running iOS 13.5.

Of course Apple shouldn't be satisfied with this jailbreak being released so quickly after its last update, so there's a chance it might try to close the gap in the next version of iOS.

The relevant packages are available on the official website.

From we do not recommend using such tools on devices that contain your personal data.
As we mentioned in a previous post, Apple has now lost its reputation of the manufacturing company that produces safe .
Φυσικά όλα ξεκινάνε από ένα jailbreak. Εφόσον ο root είναι ξεκλειδωμένος δημόσια πια, χιλιάδες ερευνητές και wannabe hackers μπορούν να παίξουν με τον κώδικα.

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