Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference event has already come and gone. However, the iOS 10.3 jailbreak tool is still nowhere to be found. Some say that Pangu is supposed to release the said tool as soon as Apple makes the iOS 11 developers beta available for download.
Unfortunately, as iOS 11 is now available for developers, and will soon be available for the public, Pangu is yet hold its end of the bargain. Many jailbreakers are still waiting with bated breath as they want to see if it will be possible to have an iOS 10.3 jailbreak tool after all.
At the moment, it seems like Apple has done a good job at making sure to swarth the efforts of the jailbreaking community. However, whether it by good coding or the burg bounty program, it is still a mystery.
One of the most prominent persona in the jailbreaking community, Luca Todesco, has already distance himself from releasing jailbreaking tools. The last one he released was for iOS 10.2.1. He made his stand on the matter quite public as he announced from his official website that he will no longer release any jailbreaking tool in the future.
Meanwhile, all hopes now rest on the other teams like Pangu to make the iOS 10.3 jailbreak tool a reality.
Although Todesco will no longer release any jailbreaking tool, he did not say that he will be making himself unavailable for professional advice. In fact, it would seem that he has already found at least ten vulnerabilities on iOS 11. He posted a somewhat cryptic message over at his Twitter page saying he has discovered five to ten vulnerabilities.
He did not, however, specifically say that the vulnerabilities relate to iOS 11. However, the timing is quite suspicious as he made his announcement on the very same day Apple released the developer beta of iOS 11.
To date, an iOS 10.3 jailbreak tool is still an elusive thing, like the majestic unicorn; many believe it is there but no physical proof of existence. As to when it will be released, nobody really knows. For more iOS 10.3 jailbreak updates, be sure to check us out at TheBitbag.