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Apple iOS 10.2 Beta Works Like a Jailbreak Tool for iPhone, iPad, iPod? [RUMORS]

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A certain Apple user may not need the most awaited iOS 10 jailbreak tool as the recent iOS 10.2 beta is reportedly working that way due to the additional features it offers. Check the features brought by the new beta here!

What's New with Apple iOS 10.2 Beta?

Apple iOS 10.2 has rolled out to iPhone, iPad and iPod and brought new features, which according to some, works like an iOS 10 jailbreak tool. According to Mac Rumors, iOS 10 is considered to be the "biggest release ever" because it offers many features such as new lock screen, enhanced Messages app, Home app for HomeKit users, object recognition integrated in Photos, revamped Apple Music app and Maps.

Some of the added features in iOS 10.2 beta include TV app, SOS and Music. TV app serves as a guide for the users for them to be able to decide what content to watch as well discover news shows, while repeat and shuffle buttons are added to the new music app.

On the other hand, the SOS feature is integrated in the power button than when pressed five times, an emergency call services automatically activates. Furthermore, the SOS feature works in the following countries: US, UK, Spain, Russia, Japan, Italy, India, Hong Kong, France, China, Canada, Brazil, Belgium and Australia.

Aside from the mentioned app enhancements above, iOS 10.02 beta also brought new set of emojis and iPhone 7 wallpapers according to 9 to 5 Mac. These new features of the newly released beta are considered to be the same with the features offered in some of the iOS jailbreak tools where the Jailbroken Apple devices have access to an app store called Cydia.

Apple iOS 10.2 Beta is a Shield Against Jailbreak Tool

For the very first time, Apple has released consecutive beta since the iOS 10 has released to the public. For this reasons, it is speculated that Pangu, TaiG and other jailbreak tool developers are clueless on their next moves, not to mention the unavailability of iOS 10 jailbreak tools until now. 

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