It has been a couple of months and folks are still pinning for a jailbreaking tool for the iOS 10 software. Initially, many believed that it would be available once Apple launched the 10.2 firmware as they had assumed that Pangu was developing it and was waiting for 10.2 to be launched so it could be ahead of Apple.

Sadly, that hasn’t been the case. Apple is currently working on its seventh phase of tests for the 10.2 beta version and it looks like there has been some changes that makes the entire OS ‘un-hackable’.

Pangu, as well as other jailbreaking crews, have been silent since the launch of iOS 10.2 and to date, there is no solution to satisfy the fan’s demand for a jailbreaking tool.

Thankfully, Luca Todesco, a solo developer, has given a small ray of hope. He said that iPhone users will need to revert to the iOS 10.1.1. build. If this is true, there will be a possibility for a jailbreaking tool.

Todesco stated that there was a kernel root exploit which could result to a crack in the iOS, in regards to the Google Project Zero.

This brings some hope to the community that Todesco may just be working on a jailbreaking tool for the iOS 10.

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