The Unc0ver team has released a new update, the latest version v5.2.1 brings device compatibility bugs fix.
But unfortunately the update doesn't bring support for iOS 14, and users under 13.5 can install it now to bring a more stable jailbreak experience.
Developers are working extensively to bring iOS 14 support to users. The Checra1n team had teased a preview of both jailbreak and Cydia running on iOS 14 Beta 1.
However, these hacking are not yet intended to be released to the public.
Also, since iOS 14 is still new and only in beta, the jailbreak team is learning more details in order to make jailbreak a reality.
You can download the latest build from the Unc0ver website at:
If you're interested in learning more about the update, check out the changelog below:
Fix bugs in the device compatibility manager
Fix a logic bug to improve performance
Fix patchfinder initialization for A7-A8 devices
Allow jailbreaking with corrupted /tmp directory
If you have already used the Unc0ver jailbreak tool jailbreak your iPhone or iPad, just use the latest tool jailbreak again and reboot the device.