Download iOS 13.1 ipsw and iPadOS 13.1 Beta 3 ipsw Direct Links

Apple has release the third beta of iOS 13.1 and iPad OS 13.1. The company had release iOS 13.1 Beta 2 last week. iOS 13.1 adds several features that were removed in iOS 13.

Download iOS 13.1 and iPadOS 13.1 Beta 2

If you are already running iOS 13.1 beta 1 on your iPhone, you just need to go to Settings -> General -> Software Update and download the latest iOS 13.1 beta. The same steps are also applicable to update your iPad to the latest iPadOS 13.1 beta 2.

The public beta build of iOS 13.1 and iPadOS 13.1 beta 2 should also drop later today or tomorrow.

How to install iOS 13 beta 1 IPSW [Download Links] on your iPhone or iPad right now 

In case your iPhone or iPad is still running a beta build of iOS 13 or iPadOS 13, you can also head over to Software update to grab the iOS 13.1/iPadOS 13.1 update.

IOS 13.1/IPADOS 13.1 BETA 2 IPSW DOWNLOAD

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Top iOS 13 Features

iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 are one of the biggest update rolled out by Apple in the recent past. For the first time, Apple has finally developed an operating system meant for iPad.

With the iPadOS 13, iPad users will be able to multitask and open multiple apps side-by-side. Let us take a closer look at all the new features that iOS 13 has to offer.

1. Sign in With Apple

Download iOS 13.1

Sign in with Apple will let users create an account in an app or a website without giving out any personal information. Apple will authenticate the user with Face ID or Touch ID and that will be it.

Jailbreak iOS 12.4 – 12.4.1: [Chimera – unc0ver] How To, Download, and News 

Optionally, an app can ask for the email address for the user. Here too Apple can generate a unique email address for every app and then forward you the email from.

2. New Find My App

Download iOS 13.1 IPAW
iOS 13.1

The weirdly named app is the amalgamation of the Find my iPhone And Find my Friends app. And it works with finding even devices that are offline. It uses Bluetooth beacons that send encrypted traffic from one device to another in the network.

3. Redesigned Volume HUD

The new Volume HUD appears in the top-left corner of the screen in an unintrusive manner. It first shows up as a full-sized slide. But it immediately shrinks and becomes unintrusive.

4. Improved Safari

Safari has received a major update in iOS 13 and iPadOS 13. It now features a dedicated Download manager which means one can now use the browser to download files.

On iPadOS 13, Safari will now load the desktop version of websites to offer a better browsing experience.

5. QuickPath

The stock keyboard in iOS 13 has finally gained gesture-based typing known as QuickPath. This is similar to the swipe-based typing experience offered by SwiftKey and Gboard.

Jailbreak iOS 12.4 – 12.4.1: [Chimera – unc0ver] How To, Download, and News

Apple unveiled iOS 12.4, the next major iOS software update for iPhone. IPad and iPod touch at WWDC 2018 in June, which includes several new features and improvements. Some of the new iOS 12.4 features include improved performance, Memoji which allows users to quickly turn themselves into an Animoji with a variety of customization options as well, improvements to the Photos app, Siri Shortcuts which will give automation workflows to users and lots more.

But despite the new iOS 12.4 features and improvements, there are still many reasons to jailbreak iOS 12.4 such as to install iFile, which gives access to the file system, tweaks like Message Customize that lets you customize each aspect of the Messages app, ability to lock apps and folders using Touch ID and lots more.

Apple has also released 6 updates for iOS 12 so far for bug fixes and improvements.

Can You Jailbreak iOS 12 – iOS 12.4.1?

You can jailbreak iOS 12.4 – 12.4.1 using unc0ver jailbreak and chimera jailbreak. Unc0ver jailbreak supports all iOS 12.4.1 compatible devices (A7 – A12/A12X including iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max. IPhone XR, and 2018 iPad Pro) on iOS 12 – iOS 12.2.

It was recently updated to jailbreak iOS 12.4, but it only supports A7-A11 devices, which means all iOS 12.4 devices except for iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, iPhone XR, and 2018 iPad Pro.

Chimera jailbreak supports all iOS 12 compatible devices (A7 – A12/A12X including iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, iPhone XR. And 2018 iPad Pro) on iOS 12 – iOS 12.1.2, and it also supports A7 – A11 devices on iOS 12.2 except for iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, iPhone XR, and 2018 iPad Pro.

jailbreak iOS 12.4.1

You can also use Chimera jailbreak to jailbreak iOS 12.3 but it only supports some beta versions. It doesn’t support the public version of iOS 12.3, iOS 12.3.1, iOS 12.3.2 and iOS 12.4. Currently as Apple has patched the exploits that were used by the jailbreak tools.

We recommend using unc0ver jailbreak for iOS 12.4. As it comes with Cydia which makes it a lot easier to install jailbreak tweaks.

On August 26, 2019, Apple released iOS 12.4.1 to fix the vulnerability that was used to jailbreak iOS 12.4, so you can’t jailbreak iOS 12.4.1 using Unc0ver or Chimera jailbreak currently.

Download iOS 12.4 Jailbreak

You can download the latest version of Unc0ver jailbreak from Github hosted by pwn20wnd.

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You can download the latest version of Chimera jailbreak from here hosted by Electra team.

Before you try to jailbreak your iPhone or iPad using Unc0ver. It is extremely important that you ensure no iOS 12 OTA file has been downloaded and saved on your device. Make sure to delete it from Settings -> Storage and only then proceed to jailbreak your iPhone/iPad. If an OTA file is present, your device will end up in a respring or reboot loop.

How to Jailbreak iOS 124.1 on iPhone and iPad

If you need help then you can check our jailbreak guide for step-by-step instructions on how to jailbreak iOS 12 – iOS 12.4 using unc0ver jailbreak or this jailbreak guide for Chimera jailbreak.

After you have successfully jailbroken your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch using unc0ver jailbreak, check our posts for the complete list of compatible jailbreak tweaks for iOS 12 – iOS 12.4 our top jailbreak tweaks and the best Cydia repos and sources to customize your jailbroken iPhone, iPad or iPod touch and make the most of the jailbreak.

You can check our post for the best repos and sources for Sileo if you’ve used the Chimera Jailbreak.

As always, we will let you know as soon as we have any further updates. So don’t forget to signup for our free Daily newsletter so you don’t miss out on any jailbreak news.

How to install iOS 13 beta 1 IPSW [Download Links] on your iPhone or iPad right now

Apple hasn’t yet released iOS 13, which is still being beta tested, but the company today seeded the first beta of iOS 13.1 to developers. 

iOS 13 beta 1. IPSW [Download Links]

iOS 13 beta 1.dmg [Download Links]

iOS 13 beta 1.exe [Download Links]

Developers who have downloaded the profile for iOS 13 from the developer website will receive the iOS 13.1 beta over the air. 

Pwn20wnd iOS 12.4.1 jailbreak publicly released – Unc0ver V_2.0 semi-tethered 

unc0ver v3.5.6.ipa Release Add support for remounting the RootFS as read-write on A12-A12X devices running iOS 12.1.3-12.4 

iOS 13.1 beta

Apple has never before released a point update to an iOS beta ahead of when a new update has launched, so it’s not clear if this release of iOS 13.1 is a mistake, or what might specifically be included in the update. It’s possible that this is a misnamed version of iOS 13 beta 7, which would make the most sense. 

iOS 13.1 beta 1 Download links

Here is all iOS 13.1 Beta Download links:

  • Open this page in the browser on your iPhone, iPod touch or iPad.
  • Click on this link to iOS 13.1 beta1 download LINK the developer profile.
  • Click “Install
  • Restart the device + Wait.
  • After that General> Software Update, and wait for the update.
  • Click “Download and install the iOS 13.1 beta”.
  • Confirm the installation of iOS 13.1 beta1.

Apple has seeded eight betas of iOS 13 so far, with the last one having been released on August 21. iOS 13 is expected to be released in September alongside new iPhones.

After unveiling the most important iOS 13 features on stage at WWDC 2019, many of which were leaked in the weeks preceding the event, Apple released the first iOS 13 beta to developers, who can install the early version of the operating system on compatible iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices.

First iOS 13 beta to developers
First iOS 13 beta to developers

As with previous betas, the first release is meant for developers to use first, as it might be less stable than the public beta that Apple will roll out to all users in July. However, considering what we saw in previous years, we’d expect iOS 13 beta 1 to deliver a decent experience for a first beta release. Also, like with every developer beta before, you’ll be able to install it without actual access to a developer account.

The plan is pretty simple, and if you’ve ever installed iOS developer beta versions, then you already know what to do. First of all, you’ll have to search for an iOS 13 beta profile online and install it on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. We won’t link to any, but there are plenty of sources online, just make sure the site you’re getting it from looks trustworthy enough. Once that’s done, the beta will be available for download directly on your device,

You’ll be running iOS 13 beta 1 in no time. You don’t need a computer for any of this.

As customary, it might be a good idea to back up your iOS device before installing the beta. That way, if anything goes wrong, you’ll be able to downgrade to the previous, safe iOS 12 version you had running, without losing too much data.

You could also install iOS 13 beta 1 on a secondary device, whether it’s an iPad or iPhone, without risking anything.

Since I just mentioned older iPhones, you should know that iOS 13 will be compatible with most devices out there, although some of them might not make the cut, including the older iPhone 5s, iPhone 6. On the iPad side, you’ll need iPad Air 2 and later, iPad 5th generation and later, and iPad mini 4 and later to run iPadOS beta. If you have a relatively new iPhone or iPad that can run iOS 12, then you’ll be able to install iOS 13 beta 1 on them as well. Here’s the compatibility list for iOS 12 right now:

iOS 13 beta 1
iOS 13 beta 1

The safest route is, of course, to wait for the public beta that usually arrives in up to a month after the first iOS beta release. But if you do that, you can’t try out Dark Mode, the new volume indicator, and everything else that Apple packed into this iPhone release.

UPDATE: There’s still no profile for iOS 13 beta, which means the only way to install it without a developer account is to get the iOS 13.1 beta 1 IPSW file for your device, and then perform the upgrade via iTunes. Also stay tuned for our hands-on coverage with iOS 13 beta 9 (or iOS 13.1) and all the other betas as we dig in and unpack new user-facing changes as well as under-the-hood updates!

Pwn20wnd iOS 12.4.1 jailbreak publicly released – Unc0ver V_2.0 semi-tethered

A hacker has released the first public jailbreak for modern iPhones in several years, according to a new report from Motherboard. The report details that with the release of iOS 12.4, Apple accidentally unlatched a vulnerability that it had originally fixed in iOS 12.3, opening the door for this jailbreak to be publicly released for iOS 12.4.1.

Security researcher Pwn20wnd has released a public jailbreak for iOS 12.4.1 Unc0ver V_2.0 semi-tethered, which seemingly works on all recent iPhone models.

This marks the first time in years that such a jailbreak has been release to the public. The jailbreak iOS 12.4.1 as well as any other version below iOS 12.3.

In general, jailbreak details are keep private to keep Apple from patching it. Furthermore, jailbreaks are covet among security researchers because “the ability to jailbreak an iPhone means the ability to hack it,” and exploits can often sell for millions of dollars.

I haven’t used this jailbreak myself, so I can’t confirm first-hand about anything else you’ll need to do to ensure it keeps working. As iClarified writes for earlier versions of iOS:

iClarified iOS 12.4.1 jailbreak Updates
  • This is a semi-tethered jailbreak so you will need to launch unc0ver and tap Jailbreak each time you reboot.
  • If you don’t have a developer account you will need to re-sideload the unc0ver app every seven days.

We never said jailbreaking was easy. However, this is the price you pay for hacking your iPhone or iPad to run whatever you want.

 iOS 12.4.1 jailbreak
iOS 12.4.1 jailbreak

Numerous iPhone users have already taken to Twitter to show off their newly-jailbroken devices, including the recent iPhone X and iPhone XR.

The bug in question was first reported to Apple by Google’s Project Zero team. Apple detailed the fix in the security release notes for iOS 12.4.1

Ned Williamson works for Google Project Zero and confirmed to Vice that the iOS 12.4.1 jailbreak worked on his iPhone XR.

Williamson also explained the security concerns that arise because of Apple mistakenly un-patching the vulnerability:

“A user apparently tested the jailbreak on 12.4 and found that Apple had accidentally reverted the patch,” Williamson told Motherboard. The researcher told Motherboard that “somebody could make a perfect spyware” taking advantage of Apple’s mistake.

For example, he said, a malicious app could include an exploit for this bug that allows it to escape the usual iOS 12.4.1 sandbox—a mechanism that prevents apps from reaching data of other apps or the system—and steal user data. Another scenario is a hacker including the exploit in a malicious web-page, and pairing it with a browser exploit, according to the researcher.

It’s likely that Apple will release iOS 12.4.1 in the coming days to re-fix this vulnerability. Until then, security researcher Stefan Esser recommends all users be wary of what apps they install from the App Store because “any such app could have a copy of the jailbreak in it.”

unc0ver v3.5.6.ipa Release Add support for remounting the RootFS as read-write on A12-A12X devices running iOS 12.1.3-12.4

Undecimus-v3.5.6.ipa 40.5 MB

Source code(zip)

Source code(tar.gz)

Pwn20wnd’s unc0ver v3.5.6.ipa jailbreak has received lots of updates recently, mostly pertaining to bug fixes and stability improvements centric to the newfangled iOS 12.4 support that came by way of an updated Sock Puppet exploit under a week ago. But as you might’ve noticed, this didn’t initially include support for Apple’s latest handsets, such as the A12-A12X devices running iOS 12.1.3-12.4 variety.

Download Links unc0ver v3.5.6.ipa

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Source code(zip) Source code(tar.gz)

Pwn20wnd changed that Thursday afternoon, at least partially, with the launch of unc0ver versions 3.5.2 and Unc0verV_3.5.5. Both updates were announced via Twitter:

Chimera V_1.3.3 is Now Available – Jailbreak A7 – A11 is supported on 12.0 – 12.4, with A12 on 12.0 – 12.1.2

From what we can gather, unc0ver v3.5.4, unc0ver v3.5.4 was release first to add support for SSH with root shell for A12(X) devices; the update also addressed some minor bugs with other devices. Unc0ver v3.5.6 was released shortly after with more bug fixes and improvements for devices running iOS 11.

Citing the change logs on Pwn20wnd’s GitHub page, each update brings the following changes:

unc0ver v3.5.6 jailbreak was released for production with the following changes

Add support for remounting the RootFS as read-write on A12-A12X devices running iOS 12.1.3-12.4

Adds support for restoring the RootFS on A12-A12X devices running iOS 12.1.3-12.4

While these updates do add ‘partial’ support for A12-A12X devices, it’s worth noting that code injection still isn’t supported as of yet. Saurik doesn’t appear to have any plans to update Cydia Substrate for A12(X) devices, and so Pwn20wnd has been working exclusively on a Substitute-based alternative that plays nicely with Cydia on those devices. Unfortunately, there’s still no ETA for release as there’s still a lot more work to be done.

unc0ver v3.5.0 is incompatible with A12 as of right now, CoreTrust bypass is all we need for an A12/A12X jailbreak.

unc0ver v3.5.6 jailbreak
unc0ver v3.5.6 jailbreak

Given the circumstances, we really can’t recommend that anyone besides developers or power-users tinker with the ‘partial’ support on A12-A12X devices. It won’t feel as robust as a full iOS 12.1.3-12.4 jailbreak, and so we instead advise waiting for ‘full’ support when the time comes.

If you’d like to download the latest version of the unc0ver v3.5.6 jailbreak

unc0ver v3.5.6 jailbreak, then you can do so from Pwn20wnd’s GitHub page. You can also use our step-by-step tutorial if you’d like to be walked through the process of jailbreaking a compatible device.

, then you can do so from Pwn20wnd’s GitHub page. You can also use our step-by-step tutorial if you’d like to be walked through the process of jailbreaking a compatible device.