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.
Yalu Jailbreak for iOS 10.1 - iOS 10.1.1
A few days back, the Yalu jailbreak for iOS 10.2 was updated to beta 6 to support most 64-bit devices except iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus and iPad Air. The jailbreak also wasn’t working properly with iPad Mini 4.
Just a few days back, famed hacker Luca Todesco released the Yalu jailbreak for iOS 10.2. The jailbreak supported a limited range of iOS devices such as iPhone 6s, iPhone SE and iPad Pro.
The Yalu jailbreak for iOS 10.2 was released yesterday for some iOS devices such as iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone SE, and iPad Pro.
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.
TSSSaver is an online tool that uses TSSChecker to save SHSH2 blobs for an iOS firmware that is being signed by Apple. Saving blobs for a firmware gives you the opportunity to upgrade or downgrade to that firmware once it is no longer being signed.
There’s so much going in the jailbreak community right now that users are confused what they should be doing and what should be avoided. A while back, someone released a stashing package for iOS 10.1.1 called YUCCA Utilities that stashes your system to fix the Cydia crash issues and low-storage warnings.
The Yalu jailbreak for iOS 10.1.1 is still a work-in-progress, but those of you who have been eagerly waiting for the jailbreak to be fixed for unsupported devices will be glad to find out that this has happened.