Jailbreak iOS 10, iOS 10.1.1 and iOS 10.2 is available now by YALU. This method works perfectly on iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone SE and iPad pro. Moreover, you can also use Yalu for 64-bit devices which are running on iOS 10.2 firmware. One cannot jailbreak the 32-bit devices including iPhone 5c, 5, 4s including iPod and iPad.
One can start the jailbreaking process, on any listed compatible iOS device running 10.1.1 or 10.2 firmware. The details of jailbreaking process start with the following links. First of all, select the relevant link for your device and download the relevant iOS firmware and Yalu.
- Either Get iOS 10.1.1: Download iOS 10.1.1 IPSW Links
- OR Get iOS 10.2: Download iOS 10.2 IPSW Links
- Jailbreak iOS 10.2: Step by Step Guide for iOS 10.2 Jailbreak Using Yalu102
- Jailbreak iOS 10.1.1: Jailbreak iOS 10.1.1 Using Mach_Portal + Yalu
The users who are the fan of jailbreaking have updates from the community about the process of iOS 10 jailbreak. Moreover, they are already aware about the comings and goings in the community. The users of Apple 64-bit devices which are running 9.3.x can be jailbreaked using the Pangu. Every time Apple covers the exploits used in the jailbreak with the help of new update. The same thing is repeated with iOS 9.3.4 update, it covers the exploits and bug which were used for jailbreaking in iOS 9.3.3.
Since the release of iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak, there is no big event available for public on jailbreaking. Although there are lot of small types of jailbreaks from a number of hackers. Apple announced iOS 10 at WWDC in June 2016. At first the hacker iH8sn0w introduced a demo jailbreak and the second step the Pangu team was there to catch the position. After that, Luca Tedesco was there to jailbreak iOS 10 beta version. All of these jailbreaks are done on beta version, so there is a strong chance that Apple has covered all of the exploits used by these hackers in the final release.
In September Apple announced the final version of iOS 10.0.1 while the again some hackers jailbreak the version. However, these jailbreaks do not goes public because they were only for the personal research purpose. Furthermore, after the above updates, Apple releases 10.2 in December 2016. This update covers the exploits in recent versions. Moreover, it also contains fixes for the ton of bugs which stops hackers from using them as exploits while jailbreaking.
Luca Todesco then launches 10.1.1 jailbreak and named it as Mach_Portal + Yalu jailbreak. This jailbreak covers iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. After this Luca and Marco Grassi comes with another update for iOS 10.2, this is named as Yalu102 Jailbreak. The jailbreaking process is explained in detail in the links we have given above.