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iOS 10 Jailbreak Update: A Hacker's Promising Tool is on Track for Release; What's Up Pangu? [VIDEO]


There is pretty much nothing new on the realm of jailbreaking. Apple has made iOS 10 hard to destruct but despite all of the reputable hackers being extremely quiet, a new iOS 10 jalibreak tool will likely to come as promised.

iOS 10 Jalibreak Tool from Yalu102

For those who follow the iOS 10 jailbreak updates, there is currently one team that keeps the fans on tab with their latest software development. The most recent news from Yalu102 was when they took Twitter on April 21 to announce that they will be releasing iOS jailbreak 10.2.1 soon. Specifically, the team mentioned 10 days after the announcement date.

Is Apple Giving A Hard Time for Jailbreakers?

Previously, Yalu102 has been working on the application form from within and it suggests that iOS 10 jailbreak is almost complete. The hacking team aptly claimed that the tool will be compatible for iOS 10.2.1 up to iOS 10.3. This is interesting update, especially when Apple just released iOS 10.3 version but fans are skeptical with the new APFS system that Apple applies for its firmware. It makes the iOS double strong and even harder for hackers to infiltrate, Korea Portal reported.

For instance, Luca Todesco released the semi-untethered iOS 10 jailbreak but unfortunately failed to launch a stable tool for that until he decided to quit. And the most reputable hacker of all, Pangu, is nowhere to be seen. It can be argued that Pangu could be quietly working on a jailbreak but without any update or leak, fans are getting hopeless.

What's Up with Pangu and TaiG?

With the Cupertino giant applying method to secure its iOS, the protection seems unbreakable by hackers. TaiG, who managed to release iOS 8.4 jailbreak, does not have anything new to share but reports have hinted at the team joining force with Pangu to develop iOS 10 jailbreak, Donklephant reported.


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