If you haven’t updated your iPhone to iOS 15 in hopes of an iOS 14 jailbreak drop, you’re in luck. Pwn20wnd has released Unc0ver v7.0 that can jailbreak iOS 14.4 – iOS 14.5.1.
The latest version of Unc0ver supports all iPhones and iPads that run on the A12-A14 Bionic chips, including the iPhone 11 and iPhone 12 series.
unc0ver v7.0.0 is NOW available with iOS 14.4-14.5.1 support for A12-A14 devices with Fugu14. https://t.co/FtG9c9CoRQ
– @ Pwn20wnd (@ Pwn20wnd) October 24, 2021
Some clarifications: 1. I tested several Unc0ver builds before releasing and they worked just fine. 2. The Untether is safe to use as long as you don’t mess around with the code. 3. An installer for easy installation is likely to be available soon
– Linus Henze (@LinusHenze) October 24, 2021
Apple no longer signs iOS 14.4 – iOS 14.5.1. So, if you’ve updated your iPhone to a newer version of iOS 14, there’s not much you can do. The only other way to downgrade to iOS 14.4 – iOS 14.5.1 is to have you have the required SHSH blobs saved.
If you have an iPhone with iOS 14.4 – iOS 14.5.1, you can jailbreak it using Fugu14 and the latest version of Unc0ver. However, the jailbreaking process is not as straightforward as it was before. You must first install Fugu14 on your iPhone manually by follow these instructions. After that, you can install Unc0ver on your iPhone with an A12-A14 Bionic chip and proceed with the jailbreak.
Unlike previous iOS 14 jailbreaks, this is an untethered jailbreak, which means you don’t have to jailbreak your iPhone every time you restart it. An installer that will simplify the whole process of jailbreaking your iPhone should also be available soon.
The latest jailbreak version should also be compatible with some older Point releases of iOS 14 and the M1 iPad Pro, but that requires additional testing and development.
Given the current state of Fugu14 and the complicated installation process, I recommend waiting until an installer is available that will make the whole jailbreaking process much easier.