We’ve been hearing tidbits about the exploit code used in the Unc0ver iOS 13.5 jailbreak. This update allows all iPhones and iPads to be jailbroken running from iOS 11 through the current iOS 13.5. And it turns out that the exploit isn’t even new.

Thanks to hacker Siguza, we now know that this is the same exploit that was originally patched in iOS 12.3 – and then reintroduced in iOS 13 beta 1.

The same hacker also confirmed that we can expect this exploit to be made available to the open source community at some point. There’s no indication when that will be, however.

As a result that also means that Coolstar has announced that Chimera13 may support iOS 13.5, as well as all devices running the Apple A12 and A13 processors or below.

Right now is one of the more exciting times to be part of the jailbreaking community. It’s been a little while since the most recent and hottest iPhones and iPads could be jailbroken. And now it looks like we’re going to get multiple tools capable of doing it, too.

If you haven’t jailbroken yet, check out our video tutorial below on how to jailbreak iOS 13.5 on your iPhone or iPad using Cydia Impactor method.

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We also have an alternate method where you can use AltStore for installing Unc0ver iOS 13.5 jailbreak on your device, instructions for which can be seen in the video below.

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