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Hopes are still high that we shall get a jailbreak tool for jailbreaking the iPhone 7 as well as the iOS 10.1 or later versions. As usual and as expected Luca Todesco after getting hold of iPhone 7 has implemented his technique for producing a sensible photo showing that the new device is running Cydia 10 means it is now jailbroken by him.

But the truth is that he will not release anything and still all the eyes are in the direction of Pangu team who are most favored owners for upcoming iOS 10.1 jailbreak. Now the beta 10.1 is already there, if this becomes a stable volume of the operating system there are chances that Pangu Jailbreak for iOS 10.1 can be released.

Lets wait and see who becomes the champion this time as you are aware there are currently three claims from different parties for doing the iOS 10 Jailbreak.

Below is the image posted by Luca:

iphone 7 jailbreak for iOS 10.0.1

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Jailbreak for iOS 10 has been done and now it is available for download. This is what you will be observing in some social sharing pages and even if you search ” Jailbreak for iOS 10″ or “Jailbreak for iPhone 7″ you can find hundreds of results, BUT, this is not true at this moment when I am writing this post. As of now it is established that there is no jailbreak for iOS 10.0.1 is available.

Please note that currently working jailbreak is available for iOS is 9.3.3. The latest Pangu jailbreak tool allows the user to jailbreak iOS devices on the demand. The user can easily jailbreak the iOS devices by running the click-to-jailbreak app, and also easily remove the jailbreak by rebooting the iOS devices. In other words, the user has full control to enable or disable the jailbreak functionality.

Pangu iOS 10.0.1 Jailbreak

iOS 10 is Jailbroken Already

Now if we see the chances when we will get a legitimate iPhone 7 jailbreak we should compare last year when iOS 9 was released and it was jailbroken by Pangu team within first month of its release.  iOS 10 jailbreak is already achieved as we have already mentioned in one of our post yesterday. LOLZ. Oh it is from Luca Todesco who never have released his previously claimed jailbreaks, I don’t understand what he achieves from his jailbreaks because he releases a video showing his iPhone jailbroken on iOS 10 and then there is complete silence and after few days we might listen a pleasant update from Pangu in the form of iOS 10.0.1 Jailbreak tool or most probably it will be jailbreak for iOS 10.1.0 from Pangu team.

Pangu iOS 10 jailbreak released soon?

As per my experience of last 5 years and approximately two years with Pangu behaviour, I am 100% sure that Pangu team is already working to jailbreak iOS 10. Why I am Sure About This? Because we have already seen in MOSEC conference where Pangu jailbreak on iOS 10 was shown in the form of presentation and we could clearly see the Cydia iOS 10 combination.  This was really an amazing and astonishing moment when Pangu team asked the audience to show something extra and they flipped the slide showing Cydia means beta iOS 10 jailbreak was achieved.

When iOS 10 Jailbreak Will be Released?

As per the previous trends seen in the case of iOS 9 Jailbreak the Pangu Tool to Jailbreak iOS 10 will be released in the beginning of the month of October 2016. This time we have seen three claims Luca, Pangu & iH8Snow and they have also shown the videos and images demonstrating that they have jailbroken betaiOS 10. This will and must have created a sort of competition which might lead to an early release of iOS 10.0.1 or 10.1 Jailbreak.

As usual we shall be the first to inform you about the release of jailbreak for iOS 10.0.1 or whatever the current version will be. We recommend you to join our blog and keep visiting our site.

Happy Jailbreaking.

As most of older JB users know about the hacker Luca Todesco who has jailbroken many iOS versions including the latest iOS 10.0.1 but unfortunately he has never released a full working jailbreak tool which could be used by common  people like you and me. After the release of iOS 10.0 now he as again released one video which is demonstrating that a working iOS 10.0.1 jailbreak substrate is running successfully.
Luca is also known as qwertyoruiop in the jailbreak community and his video which we have provided at the end is demonstrating a jailbreak of iOS 10 with a working MobileSubstrate.
The latest claimed 10.0.1 jailbreak is called YaluX by Luca and it will be working on arm64 devices i.e. devices after iPhone 5s included.
Last video was pretty crappy. This time i’m demonstrating MobileSubstrate support with YaluX on iOS 10. MobileSubstrate was heavily patched to work: SubstrateLauncher was replaced with a self made library that does the same job.

Luca’s Demonstration of iOS 10.1 Jailbreak

Before Lucas we have also seen a working iOS 10 jailbreak which came from famous jailbreaker iH8Snow in which he showed running the Cydia on iOS 10. He posted the video of an iPhone 5 Jailbreak iOS 10 running iOS 10 with an untethered iOS 10 jailbreak.
You can see below video which is much clearer than the video shown by Luca Tudesco and seems to be legitimate and as shown by his anxious tweet:

iH8Snow’s Demonstration of iOS 10 Jailbreak

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From below video it is understood that the jailbreak of iOS 9.3.4 is achieved by Min (Spark) Zheng an Android/iOS senior security engineer at Alibaba. He has recently posted a video to YouTube showing an iPhone 6 allegedly being jailbroken by an app dubbed OverSky (aka Flying). The iPhone is running iOS 9.3.4 as it can be seen in the video.

If they decide to release the new jailbreak for iOS 9.3.4 it will be called OverSky jailbreak tool.

Previously we came to know that Appale has already blocked the access for jailbreaking iOS 9.3.4 by patching it and now also the latest revision i.e. 9.3.5 is also released.

Warning! Apple has patched the recently released Pangu 9.3.3 jailbreak which was expected ultimately. Apple has just revised its iOS with new version which is 9.3.4, it was mentioned in the documentation that the memory corruption called IOMobileFrameBuffer which is used by Pangu Team to facilitate their latest 9.3.3 Pangu jailbreak.

ios 9.3.4 jailbreak is blocked


● IOMobileFrameBuffer
Available for: iPhone 4s and later, iPad 2 and later, iPod touch (5th generation) and later Impact: An application may be able to execute arbitrary code with kernel privileges Description: A memory corruption issue was addressed through improved memory handling.
CVE-2016-4654: Team Pangu

Now you should be very careful in case of already having the iOS 9.3.3 & 9.2 jailbreak to not update to latest 9.3.4. Also you should not update your device to 9.3.4 because there is no jailbreak available for iOS 9.3.4.

Remember that current version of iOS 9.3.3 Pangu jailbreak is applicable for devices including iPhone 5s, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone SE, iPod touch 6G, iPad mini 2, iPad mini 3, iPad mini 4, iPad Air, iPad Air 2, iPad Pro.

Although it is difficult but the latest jailbreak available for 9.3.3 is now available through the Cydia Impactor for which we have given instructions on how to jailbreak your iPhone on iOS 9.2 – iOS 9.3.3 using Pangu and Cydia Impactor for Windows which is also now available for Mac computers.

How To Jailbreak 9.3.3 & 9.2

1. Make sure to backup your device using iCloud or iTunes and update to iOS 9.3.3 if possible.

2. Download the latest Pangu jailbreak IPA and Cydia Impactor from our jailbreak download section  and save them to a folder on your computer. Extract the Impactor zip file.

3. Now we shall run the Impactor tool which is developed by Saurik, is used to sign the ipa file so that Pangu jailbreak tool can be executed on iOS devices. Cydia impactors does not collect your apple id and password. All the information is only used for applying a personal free certificate from Apple.Double click the Impactor.exe file.  Click Run if asked to confirm.

jailbreak 9.3.3 pangu tool Impactor

4. Now you have to connect your iPhone, iPad or iPod to your computer via USB and making sure to select Trust it prompted. Drag and drop the NvwaStone IPA downloaded earlier into the Cydia Impactor app.

5. At this stage of iOS 9.3.3 and 9.2 jailbreak the software tool shall ask to enter your Apple ID and password. This is used to sign the IPA, letting it run on your device. Unfortunately, if you are not a developer, the signed IPA is only valid for seven days. If you are a developer signing the IPA with your own developer certification will allow it to run for one year. Cydia Impactor program at this step will display a warning to developers that using the app will revoke and replace any existing Apple Developer certificate associated with your account, which may (or may not: I honestly don’t know much about official Apple development work) have some complicated effect on your workflow if you are an Apple Developer. Click OK if you are willing to continue for jailbreaking the iPhone on 9.3.3 or 9.2.

impactor pangu jailbreak installation guide

6. Cydia Impactor will sign the IPA and install the new Pangu jailbreak app on your iPhone, iPad or iPod device. After the Pangu 9.3.3 jailbreak has been installed now you have to select the option of trust for the newly installed developer profile created under your email address. Follow this sequence:

Settings => General => Device Management => Tap your email from the Device Management menu => Tap Trust (your email) =>  Tap Trust from the popup that appears

7.  This is now a final step to execute the Pangu jailbreak for iOS 9.3.3 and 9.2, just follow below sequence:

Go to Home screen => Tap Pangu app icon => Tap OK =>  Tap Start => Lock your screen by pushing power button => Wait to see a notification on lock screen stating that your device is now jailbroken => Unlock the screen and tap Pangu icon it will show that app is preparing the jailbreak environment and installing Cydia. Finally iPhone will respring and you shall see the Cydia icon on the Springboard.

Congrats !!!!!

Note: Please don’t delete the Pangu app because this version of Pangu 9.3.3 jailbreak needs re execution if your device is restarted.