iOS 10 Jailbreak Release News: Jailbreak Tool No Longer Possibly Due To Apple’s Tighter Security?
Apple iPhone users all have one thing in common and it's the question of whether an iOS 10 jailbreak tool will come or not. It's been a couple of months already since Apple released iOS 10 but until now there is no jailbreak tool available for the latest mobile operating system.
According to reports, there has been no word from serial iOS hackers regarding the iOS 10 jailbreak tool up to now. Even Chinese programming team Pangu has been silent on the matter and the last time that fans have heard from them was last July. The team was previously rumored to release a tool after Apple debuts the iOS 10.2 updates. But the OS version is out and Pangu is nowhere to be found.
Notorious hacker Luca Todesco has not announced anything regarding iOS 10 jailbreak as well but it can be remembered that he advised the jailbreak community members to continue using iOS 10.1.1 instead of updating to the new version. He warned everyone not to make the update if they wish to be excluded in paying for paid Apple Store apps.
There is no clear reason from the hackers why there is no iOS 10 jailbreak tool yet until now but several speculate that it's most likely because of Apple's efforts in warding off the hackers. Reports say that the latest operating system may the most challenging to get through because Apple tightened the security of iOS 10.
Hope is not completely lost, though. Reports reveal that there are other tools available for iOS 10 jailbreak. It's said that the tool is available from Mojo by Cydia and TweakBox. However, Apple users are warned to update discreetly. Hacking is very rampant nowadays and hackers can easily look or steal one's personal information and accounts. Thus, it is recommended to be careful.
It's still not confirmed whether Pangu or Todesco have given up with the iOS 10 jailbreak but fans will have to stay tuned to find out. The iOS 10.2 comes with three new wallpapers for iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, additional camera features, new TV app and Unicode 9.0 emoji.