iOS 10.0.2 Jailbreak Release Date, Latest News & Update: Hackers In Chase For Crack On Apple Software
Any form of crack for the iOS 10 series has hardly gained any ground though it doesn’t necessarily mean that Pangu, TaiG, and other hackers have given up. They may have been trying but Apple has magnificently thwarted all attempts for a potential iOS 10 jailbreak.
As most know, Apple delivered a big blow when they said that only operating systems starting from iOS 10.0.2 and above will be signed. This means that downgrading and hoping for support will no longer be feasible, further closing the window of opportunity from jailbreaking groups.
With limited options, Pangu, and other hacking groups need to decide on when to start. Right now, the baseline operating system that it bests targets is iOS 10.0.2. Curiously, this is the same iOS that comes with a lot of flaws in security though tied up to iTunes.
iOS 10.0.2 was released primarily to address call audio issues on the iPhone 7, Engadget reported. It was the second update week after iOS 10 came out, proving that the current operating system is buggy. If that is the case, would it not hint that iOS 10 would be an easy target to crack?
Security leaves a lot to be desired as well. So adding the issues one by one, it becomes a mystery why the hacking groups have not rolled out an iOS 10 jailbreak.
From here on, the roadmap indicates an iOS 10.1 coming. Aiming that high could be suicide for Pangu or TaiG at least for now. What is important is that they crack an iOS 10 code and fast.
Apple may be inadvertently frustrating Pangu’s efforts, and such is believed from the hackers’ apprehension. Just the same, Pangu should have had one out outside that beta version iOS 10 jailbreak that never saw the light of day.
If there is one in the works, the best bet is iOS 10.0.2. But for Pangu to prove itself, one has to come out soon. With Apple's frequent adjustments and iOS 10 updates, hackers need to come up with some kid of life to prove that they have not waived the white flag of surrender to Apple in terms of jailbreaks, Neurogadget reported.