Unc0ver refreshed to form v6.1.0 with iOS 14-driven bug fixes and upgrades
The unc0ver escape has gotten its first minor update after at first getting support for iOS and iPadOS 14.0-14.3 this previous end of the week, an accomplishment made conceivable by a custom piece misuse that drew hefty motivation from the recently released cicuta_verosa abuse by @ModernPwnerUnc0ver version v6.1.0 iOS 14.0-14.3.
In the most recent update, named rendition v6.1.0, unc0ver got bug fixes and execution enhancements to address a portion of the issues announced by clients inside the initial 48 hours of the apparatus being accessible to the overall population.
Unc0ver lead designer Pwn20wnd reported the update a couple of moments prior through Twitter.
unc0ver v6.1.0 is NOW OUT with additional stability, reliability and capability improvements to iOS 14 support.
— @Pwn20wnd (@Pwn20wnd) March 4, 2021
In light of the authority changelog, unc0ver v6.1.0 seems to join the accompanying changes:
– 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
In the event that you jailbroke your iPhone or iPad with the underlying unc0ver v6.0.1 discharge, at that point it’s enthusiastically suggested that you download and introduce the most recent form of unc0ver at your soonest accommodation.
Unc0ver clients can just re-run the most recent form of the unc0ver apparatus over their current escape to fix it with the latest bug fixes and enhancements.
As always, the latest version of unc0ver can be had from the official unc0ver.dev website.
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