iOS 10 Jailbreak Latest News & Updates: Pangu To Release Crack Simultaneously With iOS 10.2? Details Here!

By Snooky Grawls , Updated Nov 15, 2016 07:45 PM EST

A working iOS 10 jailbreak has yet to be made public but the most reliable group to roll out one, Pangu, could be on the verge of releasing it. The word out is that Pangu has finally achieved an iOS 10 jailbreak and that this will all happen in December.

The planned date of release of the iOS 10 jailbreak should be a great Christmas treat to the Apple Jailbreak Community who have been forlorn with videos from individual hackers. Most are nothing more than hoaxes considering most have not been able to make these iOS jailbreaking breakthroughs public.

Pangu waits for iOS 10.2 release
While all that remains to be seen, most are probably wondering why Pangu is waiting on the release of iOS 10.2. A logical explanation is to make sure that Apple does not have time to insert some fixes on the next mobile operating system, something that the Cupertino company has done before, Neurogadget reported.

The last time Pangu showed an iOS 10 jailbreak was at MOSET 2016 which was still in the early beta stages. The Chinese hacking group and other hackers have failed to come up with a working crack despite the buggy nature of iOS 10.

Making it doubly harder is the fact that Apple has been rolling out consecutive updates which were mostly aimed at addressing actual Apple device problems and not the possibility of an iOS jailbreak. Linking that with the wait on iOS 10.2, Pangu is looking to offer something that could force the hand of Apple to release yet another patch.

iOS 10.2 already in stage 3
iOS 10.2 was last reported to be in the third stage of its beta phase, Mac Rumors reported. The next iOS update is expected to roll out in December as both Pangu and Apple play the cat-and-mouse game.

Could an iOS 10 jailbreak finally happen? Let us know what you think in the comments below!

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