iOS 10.1 & iOS 10.1.1 Jailbreak for iPhone 7 Shown in Video
Here’s an iOS 10.1 and iOS 10.1.1 jailbreak for iPhone 7 shown off on video. And no, you cannot have the jailbreak yet as it’s not meant to be public.
New iPhone 7 Jailbreak Shown off on Video – iOS 10.1 & iOS 10.1.1 Successfully Liberated
An iOS 10.x jailbreak exists but no one can have it yet, and that’s a given fact. It was a month back we came across a video showing off an iOS 10 jailbreak running on iPhone 7. This goes on to show how vigilant jailbreak developers are, and exploits are actively being discovered to liberate devices. But of course, Apple has developed a habit of patching things at a rampant pace, stepping things up with every release of iOS.
An exploit exists at this point in time that can be utilized to jailbreak iOS 10.1 and iOS 10.1.1, but again, the developer (@ijapija00 on Twitter) has no intention of releasing anything to the public. Nonetheless, here’s the video showing off the jailbreak in action:
The developer will never ever release the jailbreak solution for the public as it is deemed unstable for use. Furthermore, it’s highly likely Apple will patch everything up in the next big release of iOS. Most likely iOS 10.2, which happens to be in beta currently.
We will not ask anyone to hold their breath for a release or anything. In fact, we will go as far as saying that you should update to the latest iOS 10.x build that is currently available to the public – iOS 10.1.1. Updating is absolutely simple, and it’s a case of heading over to Settings > General > Software Update and kick things off from there.
There was a time in the jailbreak world where things would get immediately exciting when a solution was teased in a photo, a tweet or a video. But now it seems like a bait which you can never ever have. Furthermore, the likes of Pangu have gone silent for a long time as well, giving us all sorts of weird indications regarding a jailbreak release. Either they are cooking something under the radar, or they have nothing at all on offer. We cannot say at all what the situation is. But what we do know is that you shouldn’t place all your cards on an iOS 10 jailbreak just yet.
If there’s any further development on this front, we will let our readers know about it. Till then, you may put the above video on repeat if you so wish.