Apr 27, 2018 | Updated: 07:21 PM EDT

iOS 10 Jailbreak Latest News & Update: Browser-based Tool From Yalu102 Still Awaited, Group Not Giving Up

Apr 20, 2017 05:31 PM EDT


Popular hacking personalities have been so far quiet with no working iOS 10 Jailbreak seen for quite some time now. Pangu has been silent, TaiG seems to be a thing of the past and Lucas Todesco has technically given up by saying he will not release an iOS 10 crack.

With most notable hackers giving up, is there any hope of seeing an iOS 10 Jailbreak over the horizon? At least one seems to be carrying on the fight, Yalu102. Though they too have been quiet, the reason behind it is that they were trying to crack iOS 10.2.1 before a software error cropped up. Back in March, there was a poll put up by Yalu102 asking the iOS Jailbreaking to choose between a mobile or iPhone browser-based hack. It turns out that most wanted the latter.

The only positive out of this is that Yalu102 was pointed towards the ideal iOS 10 Jailbreak most would want to use. It seems safer for as long as the crack does come from the group. So far, nothing has materialized and the belief that Apple has thwarted all cracking intent is growing louder.

Apple is currently working on iOS 10.3, the next OS version that is already in the third beta. It has already made its way to developers and testers in an effort to see if there are still flaws that can be exploited, Mac Rumors reported.

On the hacker side of things, most of them have anything to show. As mentioned earlier on, it seems that the once popular iOS jailbreakers have given up the fight, made even harder by the Cupertino company’s new Apple File System (APFS), according to 1Reddrop.

The number of Apple device owners praying for an iOS 10 Jailbreak could be dwindling by the day with no working crack seen since the iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak. Could it be time for iPhone or iPad owners to start playing fair? It seems the only logical move right now.

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