Unc0ver 3.2.0 For iOS 12 Jailbreak Rolled Out – iOS 12.2 Jailbreak Remains Impossible, For Now

With Apple’s WWDC19 already started, all the iOS users are focusing on the iOS 13 and other announcements made during the Cupertino-based company’s conference. However, at the same time with the beginning of the WWDC19, Unc0ver 3.2.0 solution for iOS 12 jailbreak rolled out. While the new version brings some improvements and tweaks, it is not dedicated to an iOS 12.2 jailbreak, unfortunately.

As it seems at the moment, iOS 12.2 jailbreak remains impossible, and nobody knows if or when it would be available, even more now when the iOS 13 is on its way.

What’s new in Unc0ver 3.2.0 iOS 12 jailbreak tool?

As reported by the Unc0ver lead developer, Pwn20wnd, the new Unc0ver 3.2.0 solution improves “the reliability of the jailbreak with the machswap and machswap2 exploits” and updates “jailbreak resources to fix an issue with the CS_DEBUGGED option.” Besides, the new Unc0ver 3.2.0 comes with bug fixes and reliability and performance improvements.

However, the most significant change in the popular iOS 12 jailbreak tool is the revamped user interface, something that many users of the solution have asked for some time. The design changes are impressive, and the UI is now better than ever. Even more, Unc0ver 3.2.0 brought the dark mode to iOS 12, a feature that is one of the most sought-after functions in iOS 13.

iOS 12.2 jailbreak remains impossible, at least for now

Even though the Unc0ver team is hard working to improve its iOS 12 jailbreak tool, it seems they still cannot jailbreak iOS 12.2. Also, other jailbreaking devs out there are also finding an iOS 12.2 jailbreak solution impossible at the moment. Besides, the security features implemented in the latest version of iOS 12 are making the work on a jailbreak solution for those OS a real challenge.

Nonetheless, with the iOS 13 just around the corner, jailbreak devs might not feel the need to put some effort in finally coming up with a reliable iOS 12.2 jailbreak solution. Accordingly, jailbreakers might just wait for the launch of iOS 13 and work on an iOS 13 jailbreak solution.

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