Daily Update and I what I did Today with my iPhone

It’s been a really busy day as I was working in my local mosque as it is being reconstructed. God willing, the work will be over soon. This busy day finally came to an end with me jailbreaking my iPhone. How crazy! Here are all the details.

Luca Todesco has done it again! You can now download the Yalu tool – the first jailbreak tool for iPhone 6s, SE, and the iPad Pro, which supports iOS 10.2! Here’s all you need to know! Download Yalu Jailbreak IPA file here. Follow this guide to how to jailbreak ios 10.1.1 with yalu.

If you face http-win.cpp 158 error with Cydia Impactor, go here – https://yalujailbreak.net/cydia-impactor-not-working/. Just use the latest version. That’s it.

This is a beta version. The final version of the jailbreak iOS 10 for the general public is still pending.

Hackers Luca Todesco and Marco Grassi posted a 10.2 jailbreak iOS open source (the code is public) for the devices based on 64-bit architecture. It can be downloaded from GitHub. Being incomplete, it is strongly discouraged to embark on the iOS 10 jailbreak adventure if you are not an expert or a seasoned developer.


He had kept his promise! Shortly after the release of Project Zero Exploit, the Italian developer Luca Todesco promised the community to create a working jailbreak for iOS 10.1.1. He did that recently. This is followed by the update of the tool, which now supports iOS 10.2.

Support for the 32-bit devices is not included yet, which means that the installation is limited to iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone SE and iPad Pro.

The bug for 10.2, unfortunately, does not work for the iPhone 7. Owners of the latest Apple smartphone must, therefore, use the 10.1.1 Jailbreak. If you are already on 10.2.1 on the way, you could still downgrade to iOS 10.2!

In the meantime, the good news is linked to the jailbreak of Apple’s mobile iOS 9 operating system. Last night, a new jailbreak was published on the Web. Before you rejoice, know that it is reserved for hackers and developers and does not support Cydia store yet.

Trident iOS 9 jailbreak, in public beta, concerns iOS 9.3.x (up to iOS 9.3.4, the flaws having been corrected by Apple later) and 32-bit iDevices. The devices compatible with Trident jailbreak tool are therefore the following – iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPhone 5C, iPad 2/3 and iPod Touch 5G. If you are interested in it, you can download the IPA file directly from this link and install it like you’re used to with Cydia Impactor from your computer.

For now, it does not support Cydia nor Cydia Substrate (awaiting a probable update of Saurik). The only way to know if the jailbreak went smoothly is to go to Settings> Wallpaper> Select new wallpaper and check if a new wallpaper is there.