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iOS 10 Jailbreak News: Hacking iOS 10.3 Is Impossible Due To Apple’s APFS, iOS 10.3 To Block iOS 10.2 Jailbreak Tool [VIDEO]


A number of Luca Todesco's jailbreak tool users have recently slam with a sad reality. The famous Italian iOS hacker stated that Apple's iOS 10.3 cannot be jailbroken. It appears that the jailbreak community may be coming to a sad end.

Hacking Apple's upcoming iOS 10.3 could prove to be a close to impossible achievement even for the most skillful iOS jailbreakers. The issue lies with the Cupertino-based tech giant's new File System APFS, which makes it very difficult for iOS jailbreakers to breach the IPA (iOS Application Archive) files. Even downgrading to the previous operating system won't work anymore, making a possible new jailbreak tool close to bleak, according to Redmond Pie.

It can be recalled that the talented Italian jailbreaker Todesco has released the iOS 10.2 jailbreak tool, but the jailbreak community has found a lot of problems in the operating system, rendering the tool as futile. Nonetheless, the Italian iOS jailbreaker continues to work on the tool until it is perfected. Now that the iOS 10.3 is in the beta stage, it appears that the tech company has the upper hand in the clash against iOS hackers.

Nevertheless, the tech company has rolled out the iOS 10.3 beta 3 to registered developers in order for them to test the software, according to Mac Rumors. The iOS 10.3 could roll out to the public very soon. It appears that the tech company is making very aggressive actions to put an end to the jailbreaking scene. Wherein, iOS hackers are having a hard time to penetrate Apple's firmware.

That being the case, Todesco recommended Apple device users who want to jailbreak their devices must save iOS 10.2's SHSH2 blobs. This will enable iDevice users to downgrade and upgrade the firmware through Prometheus. Furthermore, those users who correctly saved the blobs in their devices can jailbreak it by using the Yalu102 latest version.

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