Carrying an iPhone around with you has all kinds of great uses and many of them are based around your location. One advantage is the ability for others to find out where you are, whether that’s via the FindMy app or when you’re using dating apps and whatnot.

But there are sometimes you might want to make your location appear to be somewhere else. And that’s something you can do right now using an app called MockGo.

Available for download for both Mac and Windows, MockGo is a great way to keep your location secret for various reasons. You might not want people on dating apps to know exactly where you are, for example, and there are plenty of other reasons, too.

The unique features of MockGo include:

  • Faking location without jailbreak: The tool will trick applications that require access to GPS location. The applications will believe that you’re in a different location than you’ve set on the tool. There is no need to worry about installing questionable packages or bricking your phone.
  • Simulates movement with customized speed: This tool can be used in games like Pokemon Go, where you can plan your route and set the speed you intend to move with. You can, therefore, easily hatch Pokemon Go eggs from the comfort of your room.

How to use MockGo iPhone GPS Spoofer

1. Download and launch MockGo on your Windows PC or Mac.

2. Connect your iPhone/iPad to the computer via a USB cable. Click Start, you will see your current location of your iPhone in the Map view.

3. There are 3 main modes, click on the first icon, Teleport Mode, type the location or GPS coordinates in the search bar, then click Go.

4. You will get a small pop-up box showing the coordinates and distance, click Move Here to change your GPS location.

If that sounds like something you could make use of, head on over to the MockGo website and download the app to see what it can do for you. Not needing to have a jailbroken device, and including support for iOS 14, makes this a great option for anyone.

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