Here is the official unc0ver jailbreak version 3.7.0 for iPhone, iPad or iPod touch powered by Apple’s A12 or A12X SoC. If you own an iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, iPhone XR or 2018 iPad Pro 2018 model running on iOS 12.4, download unc0ver IPA with version 3.7.0 b1 features. Here is everything you need to know about this update.
Unc0ver Jailbreak For A12 – A12X Devices:
Given that the A12 – A12X devices are at least over a year old now after the launch of iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone Pro Max earlier this month, they still pack a powerful punch when compared with alternatives having similar specs.
Despite Apple having pulled the plug on the support for iOS 12.4 firmware, those who delayed jumping on the iOS 13 bandwagon can have their patience rewarded with this unc0ver 3.7.0 jailbreak release.
Unc0ver 3.7.0 Changelog
Read below the official changelog and release note accompanying unc0ver v3.7.0 jailbreak update:
Full-fledged A12-A12X support with Cydia and system-wide tweak injection.
Unc0ver 3.7.0 Twitter Announcement
The official Twitter jailbreak post first broke the news of version 3.7.0 out in the public domain:
— UBIK – Check out my crypto WebApp @MercuryApp.io (@HiMyNameIsUbik) September 22, 2019
Download Unc0ver 3.7.0 IPA For iOS 12.4 Jailbreak On A12-A12X Devices:
You can get unc0ver version 3.7.0 IPA for A12-A12X devices on iOS 12.4 firmware from the official source in the download link below.
Once downloaded, you can follow this tutorial to jailbreak iOS 12.4 through a PC. Or check the guide in this link to perform iOS 12.4 jailbreak without PC. You will need to sideload downloaded IPA file using Cydia Impactor tool and then jailbreak to run tweaks on your A12 or A12X device.
In case, you’re getting error message post jailbreak, follow the instructions shared in a post below:
PSA, if you have an issue with a black screen or nothing on the display after running unc0ver please hard reset your device and run the jailbreak again! Here is a tutorial on how to hard reset iPhone XS/XS Max/XR if you need it: https://t.co/MM5eUO9C6X
— Ben Weaver (@benjweaverdev) September 23, 2019
This update supports all Cydia tweaks and hacked app installation on jailbroken devices. Enjoy!