PanGu team has claimed that it has a working jailbreak for iOS 10.3.1 which is said to be codenamed as Janus. It was expected to release as soon as Apple releases the iOS 10.3.2 update. Neither PanGu team nor any other jailbreaking group have released a working iOS 10 jailbreak tool. However, Luca Todesco is the only who was able to create and release an iOS 10 jailbreak tool.
Apple has fortified the iOS 10 in such a way that jailbreakers are unable to find a loophole in the operating system. The new kind of file system called APFS that is available on iOS does not allow hackers to create a jailbreak tool easily.
The Yalu iOS 10 jailbreaking tool by Todesco is a working jailbreak that works on iOS versions such as iOS 10.1, iOS 10.1.1 and iOS 10.2. This tool is only applicable on 64-bit iPhones that are launched before iPhone 7. The Yalu iOS 10 jailbreak tool also works on iPhone 7, but it only carries support for iOS 10.1 and iOS 10.1.1. The popular jailbreaker has said he won’t be releasing iOS 10.3.3 support for his Yalu tool because he wants to withdraw himself from jailbreaking.
In April, PanGu team had demonstrated an iOS 10.3.1 jailbreak. Hence, jailbreakers were expecting PanGu to release its jailbreaking tool soon after the iOS 10.3.2 roll out. It has been over a week since the release of iOS 10.3.2 and the Chinese group has not released its jailbreaking tool. It seems that it will end up disappointing the people who are looking forward a jailbreak tool from PanGu.
A search on Google Search for iOS 10 jailbreak can lead users to many sites that claim to have working jailbreak tool. Todesco claims that most of the iOS 10 jailbreaking tools are fake and there is a risk of infecting the iDevice with malware.
The iOS 10 has many exploits and this has been confirmed by several security experts. Adam Donenfeld, a security expert was able to find a kernel privilege escalation exploit. It has been reportedly patched by the Cupertino company. Donenfeld has claimed that he will be giving out information on another exploit this summer. However, the iOS 10 exploits revealed by security experts are not something that can be used for jailbreaking. Since there is no jailbreak available for the recent iOS 10.3.2 and the previous iOS 10.3.1, it seems that Apple has triumphed over jailbreakers.