Cydia Impactor 0.9.51 Comes Out With iOS 12.1 Compatibility

For all the fans of the fabulous world of iPhone customization, Cydia Impactor updated to version 0.9.51 to be compatible with iOS 12.1 and solve secondary load problems. The new Cydia Impactor 0.9.51 is now available for download, mainly for those users interested in downloading third-party applications on iPhone and iPad.

This update with iOS 12.1 compatibility patches arrives right after the Apple rolled out its new iOS 12.1 at the last Apple event of the year, held on October 30th. However, the release of this new version of Cydia is no reason to celebrate, but it might pave the way to an iOS 12.1 jailbreak solution, even though it would take a lot for it to come out.

While most fans of iPhone customization solutions use Cydia Impactor, there is another sector of users who use it for the download of third-party applications, used in both Windows and Mac systems. For the benefit of all users of the tool, this latest update allows Apple users to run the latest firmware version to use Cydia Impactor without problems.

Cydia Impactor 0.9.51 comes with iOS 12.1 compatibility and full support for new Apple iPhone and iPad devices

The new Cydia Impactor 0.9.51 offers full support for all the latest models of iPhone, iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR, and best of all, it is also compatible with the newest version of the firmware, the iOS 12.1, recently released by Apple.

Jay Freeman, better known as “saurik,” has updated this tool, based on the preliminary releases of iOS 12.1, and the fast rollout of the Cydia Impactor 0.9.51 also indicates that Apple has not changed anything critical with this new iOS 12.1.

Basically, Cydia Impactor is a version that guarantees compatibility with iOS 12.1, in addition to the functionality of downloading IPA files on the iPhone or iPad, obtaining the download and installation of applications without the need to use the official iOS App Store. And regarding the iPhone customization, it allows us to install the Electra IPA, to unlock the device, although, for the moment, there is no indication of any new tool compatible with iOS 12.1.

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