For members of the iOS jailbreak community, getting the latest jailbreak tool is always a treat. And there are several reasons to do so. Jailbreak tools let you enjoy the features you are usually not able to do without one.
One is being able to install themes on your iPhone. You can also make your phone run faster and get to customize your iPhone control center, among others. Today, there is already a jailbreak tool for iOS 10 and just a few days ago, an iOS 10.2 jailbreak tool made its debut, so to speak.
Italian hacker Luca Todesco recently published the source code of the tool for the use of others but also made an announcement that the beta version he released is final. That is, he will stop working on the jailbreak tool for iOS 10.2, a version that is not supported by iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.
There have been talks that perhaps, Todesco is hard up getting passed the beta version of the jailbreak tool. It is also rumored that he is already moved on to working on a tool that will work in iPhone 7 and iPhone Plus.
There are rumors that other researchers and jailbreak tool developers like Pangu are already busy with iOS 10 jailbreak tools. If the team of Pangu will soon be releasing its own jailbreak tool, this is good news for the fans. This is because the Pangu version is usually more stable than tools from other teams and is more polished.
Moreover, if other teams will take on the challenge of Luca Todesco to continue working from where he left of, this will be beneficial for jailbreak fans. For now, the jailbreak community waits for the time as to when will Pangu release an iOS 10 jailbreak tool.
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