Jailbreaking fans know that hacking into iOS 10 has been a difficult path to tread, but Luca Todesco is the only one that we know so far who is successful in getting into this version, but it was not a walk in the park.
Many people have been waiting for Todesco's jailbreak release, but even his jailbreak is not perfect. It has left out some models of the iOS devices, Forbes said. The "iPhone 7" and "iPhone 7 Plus" for example are still not compatible with the 10.2 jailbreak and the current tool is also still a beta.
Todesco previously tweeted that as a solution to the 7 days thing, jbme102 "may become a thing" when 10.3 is released. Right now, there has been news that iOS 10.2.1 and even a 10.3 Jailbreak is being worked on. He said that he will not be working on public jailbreaks anymore, ValueWalk reported.
When Todesco tweeted about 10.3, a lot of fans got excited, but we all know now that the excitement was short-lived. He clarified in another tweet that the browser-based JailbreakMe102 tool would not work with Yalu102. He said that he forgot Yalu's kernel exploit must run as 32 bit or with a crafted 64 bit mach-o to work. He added: "So jbme102 canceled."
iOS jailbreak fans are now counting on Pangu or TaiG to come up with a iOS 10.2.1 and iOS 10.3 jailbreak. Lang Shi, a developer, posted on Twitter just a few days ago saying that his "untetherer" tool for iOS 10.x is almost ready. This turns your semi-tethered Yalu into fully untethered with "one tap!"
Lang Shi posted another tweet saying that one of the kernel exploits used is still present on the latest beta for iOS 10.3. He added that the tool will work for "iPhone 7" with a jailbroken iOS 10.1 devices using the mach_portal tool. Again, this remains a mere rumor, and unless it's legitimately released, there's no reason to get too excited.