Unc0ver Jailbreak for iOS 13.3 has received a new major update that introduced a series of changes and updates. If you have previously jailbroken your iPhone or iPad with the Unc0ver tool, it’s recommended to update it as soon as possible. The newest update bumps up the version to 4.3, which features a bevy of additions to the jailbreak tool.
Unc0ver Jailbreak for iOS 13.3 v4.3 added support for rebooting the userspace, and that is a premiere in the jailbreaking tool’s history.
Additionally, you can also inject the whole userspace and registering services straight from the sandbox, meaning that it will automatically re-enable software updates whenever a user restores the RootFS.
Here Is The Full Changelog For Other Details
- Bumped version to 4.3.1 because of a Github bug
- Added support for rebooting the userspace
- Added support for injecting the entire userspace
- Added support for registering or looking up services from the sandbox with the cy: prefix for developers
- The userspace will reboot after jailbreaking
- Significant design changes were made to preserve stock system performance
- Random reboots, freezes, memory issues, and other issues were fixed
- Fixed persistent software update blocker for iOS 13
- Fixed a design problem that affected the Succession restore tool
- Software updates will be automatically re-enabled when restoring RootFS
Additionally, Unc0ver Jailbreak for iOS 13.3 v4.3 features a boatload of fixes that will enhance the overall user experience. The latest Unc0ver Jailbreak IPA for iOS 13.3 can be downloaded from the official website of the team.
As previously mentioned, the iOS 13.3 Unc0ver Jailbreak is now available, so you should update it to the latest build as it will boost your experience and enhance the tool’s reliability.
That’s all that can be said regarding the new update. We can only appreciate the team’s effort and salute its performance!