Download unc0ver jailbreak for iOS 13.0-13.3-13.5 [iPhone 11 and below]

Great news for the jailbreak community, The new version of the uncover jailbreak released with the support for all the iOS versions from iOS 11 to iOS 12.4, A7 – A12 devices (Excluding 12.3 to 12.3.2) and iOS 13 – iOS 13.3 – Not For 13.5 Beta ( A12, A13 Devices ). Hacker pwn20wnd has just released the updated version of unc0ver with full-blown tweak injection support for iOS 13. Here’s how you can use it to jailbreak iPhone 11, iPhone XS and other compatible devices.


The latest iteration of this tool utilizes the opens-source kernel exploit by Google Project Zero hacker Brandon Azad. Unlike checkra1n, you don’t need a computer to deploy the exploit over USB. If you have an internet connection, you are good to go. However you’re more than welcome to try them out for yourself, as they will most likely work if you haven’t attempted the jailbreak yet. Just note that you’ll likely have to then follow the computer procedure at a later date to get unc0ver back anyway.

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There are quite a few different services you can actually install this jailbreak from. You can get it from like AltStore, AppCake or Ignition. But for the sake of this tutorial, we will use AltStore as the unc0ver development team recommends it.

unc0ver jailbreak for iOS 13-13.5

Furthermore, using AltStore or a local signing utility is, without a doubt, the most reliable way to jailbreak your device at the moment.

Unfortunately, iPhone X and older models are incompatible as of right now. However, the development team has assured that these devices will get an update in the near future.

Before you move onto the tutorial, make sure you have a compatible device that runs iOS 13.3 or below.



iPhone XS
iPhone XS Max
iPhone XR
iPhone 11
iPhone 11 Pro
iPhone 11 Pro Max
iPhone 6/6S
iPhone 6/6S Plus
iPhone SE
iPhone 7/7 Plus
iPhone 8/8 Plus
iPhone X


iPad Mini (5th generation)
iPad Air (2019, 3rd generation)
iPad Pro (10.5-inch), iPad Pro (12.9-inch) (2nd generation)
iPad (9.7-inch)
iPad Mini 2
iPad Mini 3
iPad Mini 4
iPad Pro 1st-Generation
iPad Air 2nd-generation
iPad 5th-generation


iOS 13.0
iOS 13.1
iOS 13.1.1
iOS 13.1.2
iOS 13.1.3
iOS 13.2
iOS 13.2.1
iOS 13.2.2
iOS 13.2.3
iOS 13.3


v4.3.1 – Adds support for rebooting userspace. Adds support for injecting in userspace. Adds support for looking up or registering services from the sandbox. Reboots userspace after jailbreak. Makes design changes to preserve system performance. Fixes random reboots and memory issues and any other bug that affects system services and applications. Fixes OTA update blocker on iOS 13, which now works in jailed mode too. Fixes a design problem that affects Succession. Automatically re-enables OTA updates when using RootFS Restore.

v4.2.1 – Fixes a bug that causes unreliability in Substitute startup. Fixes an issue that breaks battery settings and drains battery. ​
v4.2.0 – Fixes issues with system services on A12-A13 devices. Adds iOS 13.0-13.3 compatibility for A8-A11 devices. Fixes freeze after the exploitation is completed.
v4.1.1 – Fixes a stability bug in time_waste exploit.
v4.1.0 – Replaces the oob_timestamp exploit with time_waste exploit for 99% reliability.
v4.0.3 – Fixes App Store bug. Fixes a new bug that affects system services. Improves the reliability of the exploit.
v4.0.2 – Fixes iOS 13.0-13.2.3 support and WebContent injection.
v4.0.1 – Fixes App Store issues, push notifications and improves the reliability of the tool on some devices.
v4.0.0 – Adds Cydia and tweak injection support for A12-A13 devices running iOS 13.0-13.3 firmware.


A compatible iPhone or iPad running iOS 13.0-13.3
A computer running macOS or Windows (optional)
A web-based signing utility or service
Internet connection


Step 1 First and foremost, you must install the AltStore signing service on your iPhone or iPad. To do that, install iTunes on your computer if you haven’t already.

Step 2 Download iCloud for Windows and log in to your Apple ID account. Once you have set everything up, reboot your computer.

Step 3 Visit the official website of AltStore and download the installer archive for your respective operating system (Windows or macOS). We will use Windows for the sake of this tutorial since that’s most of the users are familiar with.

Step 4 The archive contains two files – AltInstaller and Setup. Extract both of these files to a folder called AltStore to any location on your computer.

Step 5 Run Setup. Click Next, set the location, and click Next again. Wait for the installation to finish.

Step 6 Now navigate to the default installation location – C:\Program Files (x86)\AltServer.

Step 7 Right-click on AltServer and select Run as Administrator.

Step 8 Connect your iPhone or iPad to your computer.

Step 9 Select Install AltStore and left-click on your device.

Step 10 Enter your Apple ID username and password.

Step 11 Your device will now display a verification code for your iCloud login. Enter that code in the field given below.

Step 12 Wait for the installation to finish. It should not take more than 10-15 seconds.

Step 13 Once the app appears on your home screen, go to Settings > General > Device Management and select your Apple ID email.

Step 14 Tap Trust to authenticate the free developer certificate for the third-party AltStore application.

Step 15 Open Safari and go to, the official website of the unc0ver jailbreak tool.

Step 16 Tap Download v4.0.0 to download the latest IPA file on your device.

Step 17 Once the website displays the download confirmation prompt, tap Download again.

Step 18 Wait for the download to finish. The IPA file weighs about 36MB so this may take some time. Remember, you can always keep a tab on the progress using Safari’s built-in download manager.

Step 19 Select the downloaded IPA file from the downloads manager and press the “open with” icon present in the top-right corner of the screen.

Step 20 Tap Copy to AltStore to copy the IPA file to AltStore and prepare it for sideloading.

Step 19 Wait for AltStore to sideload the app. Once it is installed, go back to your home screen and run unc0ver.

Step 20 Tap Jailbreak. Be sure not to make any changes, though, in its Settings section. The default options should be suitable for average users.

Step 21 Wait for the jailbreak process to finish. Once it’s over, tap OK. Cydia should now appear on your home screen.

Step 22 Launch Cydia and begin installing your favorite tweaks!

Here’s a quick video tutorial if you require more assistance.

That’s all there’s to it. As always, don’t forget to comment below if you run into issues or errors during the installation. If you have already jailbroken your device, leave a comment detailing your experience below.

Text notifications are not working as of this writing.
Battery info not appearing under the battery tab.
uicache mode is non-functional.
App Store downloads don’t work on some devices.
If you download the jailbreak IPA file from a signing service, it crashes on startup.
Sam Bingner’s Cydia repository is currently down, preventing updates to core packages.
The AltStore version has issues with bootstrap extraction.