As we eagerly wait for iOS 11 jailbreak, hacker Abraham Masri has released a jailbreak called Saïgon jailbreak for iOS 10.2.1 for 64-bit iOS devices.
Jailbreak iPhone: Everything You Need to Know!
If you have got a jailbroken iPhone, iPad or iPod touch, and try to update to iOS 11 using OTA update when it is released, then you will be stuck at the “Checking for Update” screen as you can see above.
The Phoenix jailbreak that was released recently for iOS 9.3.5 supports all 32-bit iOS devices that are running on this firmware. It does not work with 64-bit devices as it uses an exploit that is present in 32-bit devices only.
For advanced iPhone users, the best way to customise their handset is to jailbreak it which opens the door to a world of tweaks and hacks. While latest iOS releases are now not getting jailbreak’d as frequently as before, it still remains a popular choice among power users who cannot use their iPhone without their favorite Cydia tweaks.
Jailbreaking your iOS device opens the doors to customizing your iOS device beyond its limits and allows you to have more control over your device. If you want to jailbreak your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch then you’ve come to the right page.
Apple released iOS 10.3.1 less than a couple of weeks after releasing iOS 10.3 which includes a number a number of new features and improvements.
The wait has finally come to an end as the Yalu jailbreak for iOS 10.2 was released recently to support most 64-bit devices. Although it’s still in beta, Luca Todesco has acknowledged that the jailbreak is almost stable and safe to install.
Luca Todesco has finally released the latest build of the Yalu jailbreak with support for iOS 10.2. The jailbreak is unstable and supports a fairly limited set of iOS devices such as iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone SE and iPad Pro.
Well-known hacker Luca Todesco and Marco Grassi have added support for iOS 10.2 to Yalu Jailbreak for the select 64-bit iOS devices. The semi-untethered jailbreak has some stability issues as its beta tag indicates, though it is likely that the developers will fix the bugs as they get more feedback.