If you have Jailbreak your iPhone could be updated only

Not long ago we were talking about the launch of the latest version of "unc0ver", the Jailbreak that allowed us to open the limits of our iOS device even in versions 13.5, the most recent until recently. However, Apple has already gotten down to work, reminding us of the race of yesteryear between iOS VS Jailbreak, so it has released a small update to iOS 13.5.1 that includes few changes but renders this ability useless. You must be careful, apparently a bug in "unc0ver" will automatically update your iPhone with Jailbreak to iOS 13.5.1 and this could cause problems. 

As we talked recently in our Podcast, one of the disadvantages of the Jailbreak is precisely that we cannot update, since that prevents the correct functioning of the device, in fact in not a few cases it enters a loop that we cannot undo except by setting the DFU mode and completely reinstalling the operating system, which causes us to lose all the information that we have not previously recorded in a backup that does not have a clear Jailbreak. Be that as it may, According to the latest information, there is a bug in the most recent version of the Jailbreak tool that does not disable the automatic update function.

So, if you have Jailbroken iOS 13.5 we recommend that you go quickly to the section of Settings> General> Software update to disable any possible automatic update, otherwise you run the risk of updating it overnight and losing a lot of information. You can also use a compatible tweak like OTAdisabler, which disables automatic Over the Air updates on your iPhone or iPad. As always, performing the Jailbreak has a series of risks that we normally do not run if we use the clean versions of software that Apple has for us, they are hazards of the trade.


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