Dec 19, 2016 08:38 AM EST
Do Not Update to iOS 10.2 as iOS 10.1.1 Jailbreak's Out Soon? More Details on Pangu Jailbreak Status!
An iOS 10.1 jailbreak could be released soon and here's the update!
iOS 10.1.1 Jailbreak Update from Ian Beer of Project Zero
An unfinished jailbreak from Ian Beer has been released but it is not for public as only technical users will be able to utilize it. Beer who is working as a 'white hacker' in Project Zero has found bugs on iOS 10.1 and also claimed that it's not easy to fix, Register reported.
The iOS 10.1.1 jailbreak is said to enable users to run any code and break restrictions on Apple devices. The crack is not yet complete as it only works on iPod touch 6th generation and iPad Mini 2 but this could indicate an imminent release of a new iOS 10.1 jailbreak.
iOS 10.1.1 Jailbreak Update from Luca Todesco
Previously, Luca Todesco has been liberating the iOS 10 beta and lower but not a single tool is on the web for public download. A recent update from the Italian hacker came from his Tweet commenting Project Zero's iOS 10 jailbreak.
there is a high chance I will take up whatever project 0 drops and write a full jailbreak on top of it. stay on 10.1.1, especially on i7— qwertyoruiop (@qwertyoruiopz) December 15, 2016
Todesco requests his followers to stay on iOS 10.1.1 because he will be developing an iOS 10 crack on top of Beer's exploit and release it soon. However, he does not mention if the jailbreak will be another demo on YouTube or it will be widely available for all.
iOS 10.1.1 Jailbreak Update from Pangu
The most legitimate jailbreaker team, Pangu, hasn't said a word about any iOS 10 jailbreak since the MOSEC event, as reported by TechnoBuffalo.
The hacker remains silent and the only thing that's gone viral about Pangu jailbreak tool is only rumors and assumptions. However, with the exploits released by Project Zero, Pangu could be utilizing the codes to create an iOS 10.1 jailbreak and release it once iOS 10.2 is on stable ground.
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