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Almost two months have passed since Apple has released its iOS 10 operating system. According to some reports, Pangu has finally managed to create a jailbreaking tool for iOS 10. Unfortunately, it seems that the hacking group will not yet release the software yet to the public.

It seems that Pangu has managed to perform a successful untethered jailbreak on an iPhone 6 running on iOS 10. The hacker group has also posted a video on YouTube showing that they are not lying, but it’s not yet sure why the hacker group doesn’t want yet to release the jailbreak to the public.

Another Pangu related website has posted some instructions on how you can jailbreak the iOS 10, but in concordance with that website, the tool only works on a 64-bit system. Once you read the instructions, you will need to click on some links that point you to the download area.

It seems that one of the links was not working, while another link points to a different jailbreaking tool that’s named zjailbreak. It seems that this tool is actually an app manager for jailbroken iOS devices.

It is good to know that the Pangu8 website comes with a complete list of IPSW files for each Apple products. In other words, this website is not actually the official website of the real Pangu hacker group, so make sure to double check the files before you load them on your device.

Currently, there is no proper jailbreaking tool for the iOS 10 and this is the reason why we suggest you to double check all the jailbreak files that you find on the internet, as most of them could be malware.

Pangu will most likely bring the iOS 10 jailbreak sometime in the next weeks, as the hacker group was waiting for the iOS 10.1 to be released before releasing the jailbreak for the previous version of the operating system.

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