iPhone 7 jailbroken on iOS 10.1.1 photo tweeted by Luca Todesco



At the end of last week, a demo video appeared on Reddit revealing what appeared to be an iPhone 7 jailbroken on iOS 10.1.1. There was much skepticism about its legitimacy, but now the iOS hacker established Luca Todesco is sharing photo evidence of your own iPhone 7 jailbroken on iOS 10.1.1 through Twitter. iOS 10.1.1 is currently last public firmware for Apple iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad, and has closed a lot of security holes that could have been used for the jailbreak.

Todesco staff jailbreak is not linked to last week. Each were made by two different people who would be likely that blackberries using different exploits to reach the jailbreak state.

Creating a jailbreak for the latest iOS firmware Apple requires moving by new security measures to prevent the jailbreak, as KPP (Kernel patch protection). Todesco says that is run backwards compatibility with IOS 10.1, in addition to iOS PC 10.1.1:


For what it’s worth, Saurik shared his opinion on these jailbreak mockery thread of Reddit video demoed last week, which particularly indicate the sketchiness of having to use a library tailored instead of Cydia substrate in order to work.

According to Saurik, a custom library should be unnecessary and Cydia substrate should work well in iOS 10 know that something is certainly fishy And these demonstrations should be taken with caution every time it is published.

On the other hand, Luca Todesco , quite well known in the community release videos and photos on Twitter claiming to be the iPhone 7 jailbroken running on  iOS 10.1.1. The quick releases new Apple iOS  firmware put a lot of pressure on the jailbreak. Undeniably teams are investigating the feasibility of a leak from the public jailbreak. The game of cat and mouse between Apple and hackers is strongly sways in favor of Apple.

Releasing a jailbreak to the public requires a lot of resources, including lots of beta testing across the wide range of iOS 10 devices, the tool stable program for Windows and MacOS, and then continue with bug fixes and improvements, even beyond the initial public release.

These tasks are too much for one person to take on, which has played an important role in why  it’s never been released to the public. Teams like Pangu and Taig have the highest probability that the release of iOS 10 jailbreak; according to Pangu, the team has already been working on trying to get something together.

(source: @qwertyoruiopz [Twitter])

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