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iOS 10 Jailbreak Tips, Tricks: Jailbreaking Apple’s iOS 10, Find Out How The Hacker Managed To Jailbreak Apple’s Latest OS

As soon as Apple Inc. announced the availability of iOS 10, a number of jailbreakers are curious if the latest update of the tech company is jailbreak friendly.
As soon as Apple Inc. announced the availability of iOS 10, a number of jailbreakers are curious if the latest update of the tech company is jailbreak friendly.
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As soon as Apple Inc. announced the availability of iOS 10, a number of jailbreakers are curious if the latest update of the tech company is jailbreak friendly. Jailbreak users also began asking when the jailbroken version of Apple's latest operating system would be released.

iOS 9.3.3, at the present, is the last jailbreakable update and the Pangu team (Chinese programming team in the iOS community) did a good job of breaking it. Thereafter, Apple unleashed iOS 9.3.4 to fix the jailbreak of Pangu. In spite of that, another exploit was found out in iOS 9.3.4, and the tech company released iOS 9.3.5 to patch up the bug.

The Cupertino based tech company highly recommended that a person must install the iOS 9.3.5 update, as it fixed a bad bug that could leave a person's smartphone vulnerable to hacks, based on the report of N4BB.

However, as iOS 10 is out, people expected the OS to be jailbreak proof. But, a well known iOS hacker has managed to jailbreak Apple's latest OS.

The Chinese hacker group Pangu should not encounter problems with an iOS 10 jailbreak, but as the tech giant barely touched on the security features of iOS 10, which means Pangu team should find it easy to come up with an iOS 10 jailbreak, according to Forbes.

Rumor has it that the Chinese hacker group is already working to succeed in dealing with the security issues in iOS 10 for the reason that people are confident to expect the hack, Pangu reported.

Meanwhile, the hacker Luca Tudesco has posted a video that demonstrates an iOS 10 jailbreak, dubbed as Yalux. The jailbreak is designed to work on all devices with an A7 processor or higher. But, the hacker did not release the iOS 10 jailbreak to the public, WCCF Tech reported.

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