Cydia Working On iPhone 11 As unc0ver May Support iOS 13 – iOS 13.3

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If you have been following our coverage of the iOS 13.3 jailbreak for iPhone 11, then you are going to love today’s jailbreak update. Pwn20wnd, who is one of the main developers behind unc0ver jailbreak tool and is working on developing iOS 13.3 jailbreak for A12 – A13 devices has shared some good news with jailbreak fans.

According to the developer and iOS hacker he has been able to successfully run Cydia on iPhone 11 Pro Max. This essentially means that Cydia is now working on A13 chip without any major troubles and will be available to use on iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max whenever unc0ver jailbreak for iOS 13.3 is released.

Pwn20wnd also took it to Twitter to make another major announcement. According to the developer his unc0ver jailbreak tool will be able to jailbreak all version of iOS 13 on A12(X) – A13 Chip devices. This essentially means that when unc0ver jailbreak is released users of iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, iPhone XR, iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max will be able to jailbreak their devices no matter which version of iOS 13 they are running. 2018 iPad Pros will also be supported.

While Pwn20wnd’s announcement means all iOS 13 versions will be supported, it is important to remember that the jailbreak is only going to be available on iOS 13.3 or lower. This is because Brandon Azad’s tfp0 exploit on which unc0ver jailbreak is going to be based has been closed in iOS 13.3.1.

Having said that it is important for all users who are interested in jailbreaking their devices to install iOS 13.3 on their devices. If you have already upgrade to iOS 13.3.1 or are running iOS 13.4 beta on your device, then it is advisable that you downgrade or update to iOS 13.3 to make sure you get the change to jailbreak your device on its release day. You should also hurry up because Apple might end up closing the signing window for iOS 13.3, after which it would not be possible to update or downgrade to this particular iOS version.

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