Apr 18, 2017 09:22 PM EDT
iOS 10 Jailbreak to be Out of Beta Status Soon; Check Out Latest Update from Yalu102, Other Reputable Hackers [VIDEO]
The jailbreaking community might hear good news from Pangu and Yalu102 as a stable tool to jailbreak iOS 10 is reportedly on the work. While Apple is getting agressive in fighting these hackers, a browser-based jailbreak could be coming soon.
Apple is getting aggressive as the Cupertino company builds walls to protect its iOS 10 from the jailbreakers. Meanwhile, Pangu's last Twitter was on Feb. 8 with no update since then. And Luca Todesco has declared that he will not release any iOS 10 jailbreak.
iOS 10 Jailbreak: Yalu102 Timeline
The only last hope is from Yalu102 who on April 14 posted an image of Yalu102 app form. The team previously took Twitter to apologize for the delay. The team was actually developing iOS 10.2.1 jailbreak tool before it experience software error. In March, Yalu102 who works with Todesco conducted a poll - asking followers to choose between computer or iPhone browser to jailbreak iOS 10. Surprisingly, 70 percent of them preferred browser download.
While it looks like there is still hope, fans are getting anxious - thinking that the team is just making up the stories. The update seemingly draws an assumption that there will be no legit iOS 10 jailbreak release soon.
Meanwhile, Apple is coding strong encryption with APFS to protect its iOS 10.3. The third beta was seeded to devs and public testers. Participants can download it via OTA or Apple Developer Center. As usual, Apple keeps the details wrapped without giving further notes about which bugs are fixed or what type of features to expect, MacRumors reported.
Like Pangu, TaiG keeps tight-lipped of any possible iOS 10 jailbreak release but who knows if it comes out as a surprise when iOS 10.3 rolls out. The hacking groups remain mum but it is also plausible that they are now working hard to find flaws in Apple's APFS, 1Reddrop reported.
Corroborating the speculation, another online publication has learned that both Pangu and TaiG are working on a stable iOS 10 jailbreak tool secretly and that it will be compatible for iOS 10.2 to 10.3 versions, Telegiz reported.