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iOS 10 jailbreak fans have something to rejoice about. Famous Italian hacker, Luca Todesco is at it again. A Yalu jailbreak iOS 10 new update was released recently and has now been updated to Beta 4. However, Todesco reminds users that he is still in the process of making a stable jailbreak and that the current version is still unstable.

From the very beginning, the Yalu jailbreak iOS 10 new Beta 4 release comes with Substrate and stability fixes, albeit, it is not yet designed to support any new device and is only limited to 64-bit devices.



Since this version is still in beta, we should expect issues and bugs that have not yet been identified. Moreover, this Yalu jailbreak iOS 10 was really designed for use of developers and this was the fair warning to beta testers who will attempt to try it out. Todesco is firm in saying that this jailbreak tool is prone to setbacks and if mistakes are made, this can result to restoring the original iOS and make the jailbreak tool useless.

Another important note about the Yalu jailbreak iOS 10, other than it being in beta, is that it is not yet fully tethered. That is, each time the system is rebooted, the device needs to be re-jailbreak again.

Moreover, after the release of iOS 10.2, Apple decided to stop signing iOS 10.1. For users whose iOS is version 10.1.1 and have upgraded to iOS 10.2, they will not be able to jailbreak the OS.

What’s in a Name?

Named yalu+mach portal, this jailbreak tool is for iPhone 6, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus and iPad Pro. For iPhone 7, firmware versions are iOS 10.1 and iOS 10.1.1 while older versions before iOS 10.2 installed on the iPad Pro and iPhone 6 are also supported.

Meanwhile, Todesco had earlier authored an iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak tool.

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