iOS 10.0.2 Jailbreak

The act of jailbreaking is one that a large majority of iOS users looks forward to, the ability to snap the chains of security that Apple winds around the iOS firmware. Each year, the Cupertino Company says that they will make it harder to jailbreak and each year, the teams still come through with the goods for us. iOS 10 is now out and we all remember that Apple claimed a new system called “Rootless” would stop jailbreaking for good but it seems that it hasn’t.

Image : iOS 10.0.2 Jailbreak


Right now, following a new update to iOS 10.0.2 download [ext link], we are without a public jailbreak but we do know that iOS 10 and iOS 10.0.1 can be jailbroken. Luca Todesco released a video of the iPad on iOS 10 jailbroken and followed that up with a photo of the black iPhone running Cydia v1.1.26 on iOS 10.0.1. Of course, neither of these will ever see the light of day for public use and that now leaves us wondering about an iOS 10.0.2 jailbreak [ext link].

Image : Cydia on iOS 10.0.2


The problem is, the more updates Apple releases, the more chance there is of any vulnerabilities, like those used in Todesco’s jailbreaks, being patched up quickly. And the more advance warning Apple has of the vulnerabilities, the quicker they will be closed down, rendering then useless for Taig and Pangu to use. This is why we never hear anything from either jailbreak team – it isn’t because they are not doing anything, it is because they don’t want Apple to know what they are targeting.

iOS 10.0.2 Jailbreak Status :

We also need to keep in mind that, although Todesco managed to jailbreak his device in a matter of days, building a working jailbreak tool for millions of people to download is not easy. It has to be safe it has to work on the majority of active iOS devices and it has to be as current as possible. That takes time and we will hear from Taig or Pangu as soon as they have managed to produce a working iOS 10.0.2 jailbreak for us to use.

iOS 10.0.2 Jailbreak Status :

While we wait, patiently, for the iOS 10.0.2 jailbreak, if you have already updated to iOS 10 or beyond, you will have to wait a while longer. For those that have retained the PPHelper jailbreak on their iOS devices, do try not to update beyond iOS 9.3.3. We don’t have any way of downgrading back to a jailbreakable iOS version right now and updating will lose you the ability to install any jailbreak.

So, as soon as the iOS 10.0.2 jailbreak is released, we will provide you with the download links and a full guide on how to use it but, to get the updates instantly, you should follow us on Facebook.



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