As Apple has released the iOS 10 update, the jailbreak fan community are looking for the jailbreak tool. There are reports that claim for the imminent release of the iOS 10 jailbreak tool.
Famous Italian hacker Luca Todesco aka Qwertyuiop has successfully bypassed the iOS 10 beta 8. He has posted a video on Youtube showing his iOS 10 jailbreak tool called ?Yalux.? However, the chances are very slim that he will actually release his so-called ?Yalux? jailbreak. Todesco is known for not releasing any jailbreak tools to the public.
Back in May, Todesco demonstrated his jailbreak tool for iOS 9.3.2. In June, he, again, claimed to have bypassed the iOS 9.3.9. He shared the image of his jailbroken iPod Touch that was running on iOS 9.3.9 on his Twitter account. However, as mentioned earlier, he denied releasing the tool to the public.
However, his breakthrough has increased the chances for the release of a jailbreak tool as it helps confirm that the iOS 10 can be jailbroken. If rumors about the iOS 10 jailbreak tool are true, then the launch could happen by the end of September or at least by the beginning of October.
Meanwhile, both the Pangu team and iH8Sn0W have also successfully achieved jailbreaking the iOS 10. The Pangu team demonstrated its jailbreaking process during the Mobile Security Conference (MOSEC) held in Shanghai, China, last July 1. However, after that, Apple has released a lot of updates through beta releases.
Pangu is a famous name in the jailbreaking community. The team has already released the iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak tool. However, after releasing the jailbreak tool, Apple soon released the iOS 9.3.4 update. The update fixed the flaws that let Pangu bypass their OS.
Although Apple has stopped signing iOS 9.3.3, users can still downgrade. Watch the video below to downgrade from iOS 9.3.4 or 9.3.5 to iOS 9.3.3. However, the iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak is in a semi-tethered state. Jailbreak users would have to re-launch the tool every time they reboot their device. The Pangu team has ruled out the speculations to release the untethered iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak.
For those who are still using the jailbreak with iOS 9.3.3, it is advised to stay with that OS until an iOS 10 jailbreak tool is officially released. TheBitBag team will update the information as soon as more details about the iOS 10 jailbreak tool emerge.