'Pokemon Go' Cheats, Tips & Tricks: New Hack for iOS 10 Devices Works Even Without Jailbreak; No More Walking to Catch Pokemon?

By Christian Ver Marcelo , Updated Nov 16, 2016 08:16 AM EST
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With "Pokemon Go" still currently dominating the mobile gaming arena, some fans have found the game monotonous. However, there are still those who are attempting to conquer the game, but are momentously struggling. Luckily, there's a cheat for iOS users that willing players could try.

Fair warning though, as cheating in any game is in itself innately bad. "Pokemon Go" and Niantic would for sure eventually catch up and may cause the players to be banned or suspended. Continue at your own risk. It is recommended though to use the cheat on an alternate account so your main account faces no risks.

How It Works

"Pokemon Go" had received its well-deserved hype by offering something unique in its gameplay intertwined with a very familiar package. In its most basic sense, the game requires the users to run or walk around in the real world to catch and hatch Pokemon.

However, a smart hack would enable users of iPhone and other Apple devices to make it seem like they are working around the maps of "Pokemon Go," when in fact, they are not. This would be extremely useful for those who could not find the time and energy to actually go around and catching virtual creatures. Also, it would be a lot safer from having your phones stolen or being in an accident.

Where to Download the Hack

YouTube user iCrackUriDevice had explained in his video that the said "Pokemon Go" hack still works with the most recent 1.15.0 update that was released by Niantic. The hack also works for iOS 10 devices and does not need jailbreak. The user had also embedded the website link to download the actual cracked "Pokemon Go" app that he featured in his video.

While we do not fully endorse the usage of hacked apps, this would be useful for those who find it hard to adapt to the game mechanics of the original game. This would entail a more hassle-free gaming experience, and would prove to be time and energy saving. Stay tuned to GamenGuide for more "Pokemon Go" news and updates!

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