Today ensuing this week’s earlier release of iOS 10.1 beta 1, Apple has issued the first iOS 10.0.x update to the general public: iOS 10.0.2. But what features does the new firmware introduce and does it impact jailbreaking? Let’s find out!
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Following Apple’s WWDC 2016 event almost three months ago, Apple seeded the GM (gold master) intention of iOS 10 to registered developers, and the public today (September 9, 2016). While the new firmware still isn’t “technically” available to the general public until September 13, we can install it early using a very simple method!
Today Apple seeded iOS 9.3.3 beta 5 to registered developers following last week’s beta 4 release. The last three betas have been spaced just one week apart, indicating an uptick in their beta release timeframe.
Rejoice jailbreakers, Apple has given us a fantastic gift in iOS 10: an unencrypted kernel! This information isn’t necessarily new, but Apple’s intention behind this move certainly is. According to John Grubber’s Daring Fireball, an Apple spokesperson said the following on the situation:
Yesterday, following Monday’s unveiling of iOS 10, hacker iH8sn0w has already achieved a jailbreak on the pre-release beta firmware!