Apple just released the new iOS 13.5 to the public which includes a load of COVID-19 features. One of these being the faster Face ID unlock while wearing a face mask. However, within days of release, an iOS 13.5 Jailbreak was released. It has been a long time since a Jailbreak exploit released on a new version of iOS and Unc0ver has done just that. Right now, every iOS device that can be updated to 13.5 can make use of the Jailbreak. This includes every iPhone since the 6S, and basically every iPad since the new Air. In addition, this release marks one of the biggest and most up-to-date Jailbreak tools released to date.\nRead: Ghost of Tsushima Has a Dedicated “Flick Blood off Your Sword” Button\nThe new iOS 13.5 Jailbreak was released by Unc0ver who did not say which vulnerability in the latest software was used to build the tool. In addition, the tool is built on a zero-day vulnerability, does not drain battery life and does not affect the use of Apple services.\nFor those who don’t know, Jailbreaking an iOS device allows users to customize their experience with themes. In addition, a load of enhancements are included too such as ad-free YouTube apps, cleaning your cache, moving Siri to the top of your device, showing the battery percentage on the top bar and much more. It allows for unlimited access to your device.\nJailbreaking in the past was often quickly shut down by Apple. However, we are sure they will patch this exploit soon in a newer version of iOS. With that being said, should you use the tool, just don’t update to a newer version until you know it too can be Jailbroken by Unc0ver.