So far, Pangu – the one team all jailbreak users relied on – has remained silent about iOS jailbreaks. There have been rumors about Pangu silently working on iOS 10 jailbreak and that it just hasn’t seen the light of the day yet. But things aren’t that easy for Pangu, thanks to Apple’s new APFS. The Cupertino company, in its desperate attempt to tackle the jailbreaking menace, has finally made its OS more secure than ever. The new Apple File System (APFS) is doing more harm than good for jailbreakers. What next? Will we ever get to see iOS 10 jailbreak? Read on!
iOS 10 jailbreak to be available soon
If not Pangu, there are other guys out there who have come up with their own jailbreaking tools for iOS 10. Luca Todesco’s jailbreak for iOS 10 is available but it isn’t bug-free. Besides being unstable, the jailbreak needs many more fixes and improvements. Now, it looks like we will get to see a jailbreak tool from Yalu102 finally!
A recent tweet from Yalu102 has fans excited. On April 21, Yalu102 announced on twitter that they will be releasing iOS jailbreak 10.2.1 soon! The team mentioned that the jailbreak will be available exactly 10 days from the announcement. So we should get one in the next three-four days!
Well, what’s taking hackers and jailbreakers so long? It looks like jailbreakers are breaking their head over APFS, the next-generation file system designed to scale from an Apple Watch to a Mac Pro and is optimized for Flash/SSD storage and engineered with encryption as a primary feature. With the new APFS, the Cupertino company has put in methods to help protect its own OS, which the jailbreakers are finding hard to crack. The new file system has been specifically designed to offer protection to OS and will also allow for single-code base.
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