Recently, there has been a silence on the iOS 10 jailbreak front. While Pangu is said to be waiting for the next major iOS update, the iPhone jailbreak community is not hopeful about a new jailbreak anytime soon, thanks to the security features of iOS 10. Now, TinyUmbrella is said to be the only option for iOS 10 jailbreak.

TinyUmbrella Might Be The Best Alternative Tool for iPhone Jailbreak

The TinyUmbrella might be the best iOS 10 Jailbreak tool alternative out there. Apple has been quite pro-active with its security updates to counter jailbreaks. It is impossible for users with updated version of iOS to downgrade to lower versions as Apple stops giving SHSH blobs on that firmware. This also makes the chances of jailbreak very slim.

However, according to TinyUmbrella blog, the tool allows users to save the SHSH blobs of the previous versions of iOS for future downgrading. Additionally, it has already updated its iOS 10 firmware utility.

Recently, a video of Jailbroken iOS 10 was posted online by Todesco. Meanwhile, Pangu members are also reported to have been successful in jailbreak the iOS 10. A screencast was shown during the Mobile Security Conference with a device running Cydia to supplement the claim. However, Pangu is waiting for a major update before it makes a jailbreak public. So far, Pangu team have been tight-lipped about iOS 10 jailbreak.

As of now, the iOS 9.3.3 / iOS 9.3.2 seems like a goldmine. Users still using the iOS 9.3.3 are advised to avoid the iOS 10 at all costs, if Jailbreak is more important than the security. The iOS 9.3.3 / iOS 9.3.2 can be easily jailbroken using the latest Pangu tool. For now, there’s no tool for the public that allows jailbreak for anything above iOS 9.3.3.

We will keep updating this with newer details regularly. For detailed information, bookmark our ‘iOS 10 Jailbreak Release Date Updates‘ page and keep checking back for iOS 10 jailbreak news updates.

  • Paapi Choloo

    Thats good i believe, also found PureVPN’s iOS App as an alternative for PPTP which was removed by Apple in iOS10