Unc0ver 6.2.0 is available today for the jailbreak of iOS 14. According to the team in charge of the tool, this version includes “Major stability and reliability improvements for iOS 14”.
Although the stability improvements with Unc0ver 6.2.0 may be announced as major, there is no concrete information on the subject. You can therefore update, without really knowing what is changing on a daily basis.
unc0ver v6.2.0 is NOW OUT with major stability and reliability improvements to iOS 14 support. https://t.co/FtG9c9CoRQ
– @ Pwn20wnd (@ Pwn20wnd)
If you have already jailbroken your device, erase the Unc0ver app on your iPhone, restart your phone, download and install Unc0ver 6.2.0 from unc0ver.dev and redo the jailbreak procedure as you did the first time. There is no need to worry: your tweaks will remain present after the restart.
On the other hand, if you haven’t jailbroken your iPhone and are interested in doing so, then you have to download Unc0ver and install with AltStore or another means (Xcode + iOS App Signer or Cydia Impactor if you have an Apple account developer).
Unc0ver 6.2.0 offers the jailbreak of iOS 11 up to iOS 14.3. It supports all devices, even iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro mini, iPhone 12 Pro, and iPhone 12 Pro Max. And for those who are wondering: no, you can’t go back to iOS 14.3 if you want to because Apple no longer signs its firmware. Jailbreaking is only possible for those who have not updated their device.