iOS 10 made its public debut over six weeks ago, yet there’s still no news about a public jailbreak. Hackers have been able to jailbreak iOS 10, but it seems none are willing to make their exploits available. Is Apple’s bug bounty program to blame?
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iOS 10 has been out for quite a while and many of us are already enjoying the awesome new features that it provides such as Lock screen widgets, iMessage effects and Raise to Wake.
It has been less than a week since Apple’s new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus went on sale, and Luca Todesco aka qwertyoruiop, the talented Italian hacker, who some say has been trolling us by demoing jailbreaks, has jailbroken iPhone 7.
Apple’s all set to release iOS 10, the next major software update for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch tomorrow, September 13. While iOS 10 includes a number of features inspired by jailbreak tweaks like FaceOff, StickerMe etc., there are still a number of reasons you would want to jailbreak iOS 10.
If you’ve had enough of Luca Todesco’s jailbreak teasers then get ready for another one. Last month, the hacker tweeted an image of a jailbroken iPhone running iOS 9.3.4. This time, he’s back at it again with another teaser video that raises hopes for an iOS 10 jailbreak.
At the Mobile Security Conference happening in Shangai, Pangu team members showed off a working jailbreak for iOS 10 with a screen-cast of Cydia running on the device. The team members did not reveal more information about the jailbreak, but as per the pictures, it is evident that they have done some significant work to get Cydia up and running on the next version of iOS.
If you’re waiting for an iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak then we’ve some interesting news. Luca Todesco aka qwertyoruiop, the talented Italian hacker, who some say has been trolling us by demoing jailbreaks for iOS 9.2 – iOS 9.3.2, and who recently demoed a JailbreakMe-like Safari-based iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak, has just released a jailbreak exploit called “GasGuage” that works in iOS 9.3.3 beta and iOS 9.3.2 or lower.