Luca Todesco shows off device jailbroken on iOS 9.3.4

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Remember Stefan Esser, better known as i0n1c, who showed that he could jailbreak iOS with any versions.. i0n1c also became famous for his dislike and ask other hackers to launch the paid tools. Now we have Luca Todesco, without becoming like i0nic, it has also become famous for not throwing the tools that could launch, and the latter could be a jailbreak for iOS 10. Although it seems that this time there is good news …

When Apple released the first beta of iOS 10 Todesco lamented that the new version had screwed or plugged everything in what he trusted to do the jailbreak to iOS devices, but seems to have already learned other ways to release mobile devices Apple. This has been shown in a new video, but I insist that it does in a video as it should be off and relighting the device to show that the jailbreak is untethered.

What is concerning is that  Todesco has been given this tool the name yaluX, does not seem to be  jailbreak untethered, ie, the system would be similar to that used in the last jailbreak Pangu: you have to throw an application to jailbreak the device, but may stop working Cydia (0:09 minute), which probably pass each time the device is restarted. yaluX is working on a 9.7-inch iPad Pro, but not without problems: for some reason he does not know, Cydia wants removed automatically by itself.

It seems hard to believe and actually surprised me while writing this post. Todesco has posted a tweet in which ensures that the tool will be released the same day of the release of iOS 10. Is it true? What is it going to launch the same day? Probably he has discovered something that will allow us to jailbreak each less time, but is also likely to launch virtually all semi-tethered tools.

(Source: @qwertyoruiopz [Twitter])

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