Today, ensuing the recent iOS 10.2 (beta) jailbreak from hacker Luca Todesco, I opted to release an updated downgrade guide outlining how to essentially go back from iOS 10.2.1 to iOS 10.2 with the intention of being able to jailbreak. Whether you want to downgrade iOS 10.2.1 because your device is currently supported by the aforementioned Yalu jailbreak or because you plan on jailbreaking once your device is, the good news is that you can do so while retaining the majority of your data!
Jailbreak iOS 10.0.1
Our Jailbreak iOS 10.0.1 archive features updates, news and reports concerning the forthcoming iOS 10.0.1 jailbreak and its development. You’ll also find the jailbreak status of the latest iOS 10.0.x devices, including the iPhone 7 Plus, iPad Pro and more. Pangu, the main jailbreak team, will also be discussed at length.
Today, ensuing yesterday’s release of iOS 10.2.1, Apple seeded the first beta iteration of iOS 10.3 to registered developers; a firmware which has yet to be issued to public beta testers. In addition to discussing the features and changes the new firmware offers, we’ll also mention how iOS 10.3 affects jailbreaking (it’s good)!
Today marks the first public firmware release from Apple. After being in beta testing stages since December 14, 2016, Apple has released iOS 10.2.1 to the general public today. Ensuing the feature-crammed iOS 10.2 update, iOS 10.2.1 merely smooths the edges of 10.2 and corrects new bugs that were introduced by the firmware. However in spite of its lackluster changelog, iOS 10.2.1 is exciting for one reason: jailbreaking!
Ensuing my latest video discussing the possibility of being able to jailbreak iOS 10.1.1 using a new “technical” jailbreak (it’s not a full-fledged utility, yet), I opted to create this complete iOS 10.2.x downgrade tutorial for those of you who want to improve your chances of jailbreaking! If you happened to update to iOS 10.2 or 10.2.1 beta 1, it’s not too late to roll back to iOS 10.1.1 to ensure that you’re covered if/when a public iOS 10.1.1 jailbreak drops (so long as you take advantage of this tutorial before Apple stops signing iOS 10.1.1).
Today, as expected, Apple released iOS 10.2 to the general public ensuing 7 beta seeds. This is clearly one of the most extensively tested iOS updates in recent memory, and it’s also incredibly exciting for two primary reasons. Firstly iOS 10.2 adds a number of welcomed features and vastly improves upon iOS 10’s stability. Secondly iOS 10.2 may very well be the firmware that jailbreak developers (Pangu) target for the first inevitable iOS 10 jailbreak!
In today’s quick video (featured above), I wanted to share a video with my viewers concerning a crash on almost every version of iOS, including the latest 10.2 beta firmware. Said crash is brought on by watching a rather odd 5 second video in its entirety; i.e. if you don’t watch the whole thing, you can exit out and avoid the crash. Jump past the break to see the crash video, embedded below.
Today in a surprise release, Apple has issued iOS 10.1.1 to the masses to correct a minor bug in iOS 10.1. Does the new iOS 10.1.1 release impact jailbreaking? Continue reading beyond the break for full information on the brand new iOS 10.1.1 update.