How to Spoof GPS Location in iOS 13?

Must Read For iOS 13 Users

By default, you could only spoof GPS to a radius of ~20km to your actual position because Apple set new system restriction in iOS 13 without any extra steps.

We have two ways to work around the distance limit.

  1. Most iPhone & iPad users are suffering from the poor RAM management from the new iOS 13 for all kinds of apps like YouTube, Safari. For a 100% stable GPS spoofing environment, we highly recommend you could easily downgrade to iOS 12.4 from here or here.
  2. If you have to stay in iOS 13, please follow the steps below carefully. Please be aware that the spoofed location may not be locked due to the iOS 13.2 automatically kills apps from memory whenever they aren’t in use:
    1. Turn off "Find My iPhone": Settings >> [Your Account] (first row) >> [Find Your Device Name] >> Find My iPhone - Turn Off
    2. Turn off "Wi-Fi" & "Celluar Data"
    3. Turn off "Location Services": Settings >> Privacy >> Location Services - Turn Off
    4. (Optional, only if the location is not moved in step 6) Reset Location & Privacy: Settings >> Reset >> Reset Location & Privacy
    5. Lock your location on our companion app: Make sure it's above 20kms away. (Just tap the "Lock Position" button, the blue location indicator circle will not move at this step)
    6. Turn on "Location Services"  When you revisit our app, the location should be moved and locked to the new location now.
    7. Turn on "Wi-Fi" & "Celluar Data"
This is a temporary solution to bypass the 20km restriction. If your location is not moved in step 6, please repeat step 2-6 and make sure reset location & privacy in step 4. You may need to repeat steps above before teleporting to a new place.