The Search for Untethered iOS 10.2 Jailbreak Tool Continues
It seems all hopes are lost for those who are still seeking to find the perfect, untethered jailbreak tool for iOS 10.2 or even a jailbreak tool for iOS 10.2.1, untethered or not. Even Luca Todesco seems to have fallen lost with his own app JBME102.Perhaps, the only remaining answer to the question whether we will still see a complete jailbreak tool could come from either Pangu or PP Jailbreak, or both.
Just recently, another hacker who claimed to be creating a patch that will make Luca's Yalu102 to become fully untethered. While this hacker seem to have caught the attention of some people who is search for the answer, many thinks this hacker is fake and is likely just 'trolling' those who are looking for an untethered jailbreak tool for iOS 10.x.
By the way, the closest thing so far is Luca and Marco Grassi's Yalu102. However, it is 'semi-untethered' which means Apple device users will need to re-jailbreak their devices when they reset or reboot. Another thing is that this Yalu102 cannot jailbreak iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.
Another Failed Attempt
Meanwhile, it seems Luca is back on the drawing table (or totally out of it for now) following another setback on his attempt to remove the need to re-sign back after 7 days. In one of his most recent tweets, Luca divulge that he is working on JBME102 which will serve as a "solution to the 7 days thing" and may become "become a thing when 10.3 gets released".
As it turns out, he forgot one of the most important ingredients of his jailbreak tool and this served as the final nail to its coffin. "I forgot that Yalu's kernel exploit must run as 32 bit or with a crafted 64 bit Mach-o to work. So JBME102 cancelled," Luca tweeted.
With these setbacks, Apple community who are seeking consolation of having a working jailbreak tool to access Cydia now turns to Pangu, the hacker team that released the last four untethered jailbreak tools. Will Pangu finally enter the scene?
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