unc0ver 6.0.1 jailbreak for iPhone 12 released with iOS 14-related bug fixes

unc0ver 6.0.0 jailbreak for iOS 14.3 and iPadOS 14.3 was released just a few days ago and it already has an update available. The new update, version 6.0.1, features a number of bug fixes for iOS 14 related to app crashes, as well as stability and reliability improvements.

Based on the CVE-2021-1782 vulnerability which was patched in iOS 14.4, unc0ver 6+ jailbreaks all devices that support iOS 11.0 – iOS 14.3. This includes devices as old as iPhone 5S and as new as iPhone 12 Pro Max and the latest iPad Pro.

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unc0ver 6.0.1 jailbreak released with bug fixes for iOS 14

Here is the complete changelog for unc0ver 6.0.1:

  • Fix loading launch scripts on iOS 14
  • Fix disable tweaks switch
  • Fix stability and reliability problems on iOS 14
  • Fix some jailbreak apps crashing on launch on iOS 14

To upgrade from unc0ver 6.0.0 to unc0ver 6.0.1, you will have to re-jailbreak your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. To re-jailbreak, simply follow the same steps that are used to jailbreak using the tool in the first place. You can follow our guide on how to jailbreak iOS 14 using unc0ver to re-jailbreak your device using AltStore or Cydia Impactor. Just make sure that you download the latest version of unc0ver from the official website.

Note: since this is a semi-tethered jailbreak, you have to re-jailbreak even if you restart your device.

Despite the bug fixes, many users are still reporting issues after upgrading to unc0ver 6.0.1 so if you want to stay on the safe side, wait until a few more stability updates are released. As more devices are jailbroken, and more developers update their jailbreak tweaks for iOS 14, users are bound to report issues that should be fixed by the developers over time.

If you have updated to iOS 14.4 or iPadOS 14.4, you cannot use unc0ver to jailbreak your device. However, you can jailbreak iOS 14.4 by using checkra1n on the following devices:

  • iPhone 6s, 6s Plus, and SE
  • iPad 5th generation
  • iPad Air 2
  • iPad mini 4
  • iPad Pro 1st generation
  • Apple TV 4 and 4K

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