iOS 10.2 Jailbreak – The Risks You Are Taking and The Possible Damaging


Those who are delighted to try jailbreaking on their Apple devices have been going through quite a rough year. And this happens because the last good quality jailbreak was released back in July 2016 and it addressed iOS 9.2 up to iOs 9.3.3. It was really appreciated, and it represented a great effort from the Pangu team. However, up until now there’s been no other jailbreak release, neither from Pangu, nor from TaiG. The only one who made some efforts in this direction is Luca Todesco, which you can find on Twitter under the name of @qwertyoruiopz.

A Dangerous Jailbreak

It’s not easy to design a jailbreak suitable for the iOS 10, and the process is not lacking faults either. The current beta version of this product made by Luca doesn’t work for iPhone 7 and 7 Plus models. In fact, many devices have been damaged after attempts of installation made on them. Even more so, the jailbreak is semi-untethered, which means that every time you restart your phone, you have to redo the process all over again.

It may not seem a hard task, but the catch here is that if you redo the process twice in less than a week, you have to re-sign the app, besides re-jailbreaking. It is indeed quite annoying to do so, and not many people would like to go through all that fuss, especially for a jailbreak that is damaging and unstable.

So What’s There to Be Done?

As Todesco tweeted, the only solution for this seems to be waiting for the release of the iOS 10.3. He might be expecting to see whether there are new things that can be exploited in the new version in a better manner than in the 10.2 iOS. Even though the chances that this might be happening are small, there is still hope for jailbreak fans.