Apple has released iOS 13.5.1 update patch that fixes the kernel security flaw used by the Unc0ver hacking team to allow jailbreaking even on the recent iOS 13.5. It, however, took Apple a week to get fix the vulnerability despite the hacking team claim to take the company up to two weeks or More.
The vulnerability allows Apple users to bypass their iPhone or iPad by installing from platforms such as AltStore and Cydia. Know it beforehand that the new iOS 13.5.1 doesn’t come with any new features nor design.
Apple noted in the update changelog that the new updates provide “important security updates” and are “recommended for all users.” Furthermore, the lead developer in the Unc0ver team, known as pseudonym Pwn20wnd, has noted in a tweet that the latest updates have patched the vulnerability that was used to enable jailbreaking earlier.
How to Download iOS.13.5.1 Update
You can check the availability of the update on your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad device by going to Settings > General > Software Update. Make sure that your device has a sufficient amount of battery and is connected to a Wi-Fi network before embarking on Downloading.
Kindly download iOS 13.5.1 on your iPhone or iPadOS 13.5.1 on your iPad. The latest iOS update is available for all iPhone and iPod touch models compatible with iOS 13, while the new iPadOS update is compatible with the iPad devices supporting iPadOS 13. We recommend you do it regardless, to avoid the security flaw.