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iOS Jailbreak 10.2 Latest Update from Pangu, Luca Todesco and What's Going on in The Realm of Jailbreaking Today [VIDEO]

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iOS jailbreak 10.2 seems to not making any progress since Luca Todesco launch the semi-untethered version. There have been whispers that the jailbreak might not reach a stable stage at all. However, the realm of jailbreaking is still hopeful for another release from reputable hackers.  

The Italian hacker has announced that he will take a break after releasing the semi-unthetered iOS jailbreak 10.2. The tool is useful but the community wants something better without having to jailbreak every seven days. Since then, many have expected that Todesco would launch the tool soon but the claim was apparently announced by Yalu 102 hacker who promised to release the untethered version. Todesco is reportedly working on iOS 10.3 jailbreak but the information seems to slip before it comes to fruition, 1RedDrop reported.

Pangu, being the most reputable hacker team, has also been the most quiet of all. The team does not update fans with any progress on iOS 10.2 jailbreak since the MOSEC event. The hope does not fade that the community still persists not to upgrade their device to the latest software just to wait for Pangu to launch a useful tool. However, up till today, there is no sign from Pangu. A few fake jailbreakers have managed to create a scam that encourages users to download to get their credential information.

Yalu 102 is also a promising jailbreak software but sadly it is not compatible with iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus. It is quite disappointing that there has not been any update so far. Meanwhile, Apple ambitiously fights these hackers by releasing regular patch to update the iOS security layer. As of this day, it is hard to determine if Pangu, Todesco or TaiG will ever release any stable iOS 10.2, TNH Online reported.

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