Recently, we got the chance to see the release of a jailbreak tool for the iOS 10.3.1/ 10.3. However, surprisingly enough, the release is already being counterattacked by the tech giant. Apple has been strengthening their system, thus making the iOS 3.1 version impossible to jailbreak and rendering it impenetrable. This adds to the fact that recently, iOS jailbreak tools have been extremely difficult to make, mostly because of the complicated and improved systems used by Apple.
There Is Still Hope
Despite the rough conditions, the Pangu team is trying their best to offer a good jailbreaking tool for the iOS 10.3.1. Apparently, they will offer a stable tool sometime in August, which is good news for Apple users. According to a report issued by Value Walk, there was a video showing the demo version of the jailbreak tool published on YouTube.
People presume that the product, which is wearing the codename Janus, is going to be available as soon as Apple will release version 10.3.2 of the iOS. In case you were wondering, this is happening because after the release, the team would be sure that Apple will not release any other security codes. The codes would do the worst for the Pangu team, meaning they would manage to secure whatever flaws they found in the system.
Luca Todesco Will Retire
Blorge had previously reported that the Yalu jailbreak tool was created by the famous hacker Luca Todesco. The tool he designed is compatible with the iOS 10.3.1, and it is best suitable for 64-bit devices, which includes the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus. As such, it may not work on other types of iPhones and iPads. Some sad news made jailbreaking fans all around the world sad: from what it seems, Luca Todesco will be retiring from this industry.