Yalu 10.2 beta jailbreak has upgraded to the third beta release by now, adding more device support to the tool in testing. So those who are managed on iOS 10.0.x-iOS 10.2 will soon get jailbreak rights as Todesco promised. But if you have already taken upgrade iOS 10.2.1, what will be the jailbreak state up in the future? Will that same Yalu work for Jailbreak iOS 10.2.1 in times ahead? To answer all your doubts, here we come with all new facts around iOS 10.2.1 current latest, related to getting jailbroken.
iOS 10.2.1 is the first minor update to the operating system after Apple released the 10.2 major firmware version with many notable changes. So if you have followed problems following iOS 10.2, the update 10.2.1 is the solution by Apple which carries various fixes to the operations. So you can either head iOS 10.2.1 download via OTA or through iTunes on any compatible iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch. But if you value getting jailbreak in time to the future, you have to take the decision with good care as iOS 10.2.1 jailbreak still not confirmed the arrival.
Apple Stops Signing Older Firmware
In the last few hours, Apple has made iOS 10.2.1 the currently latest giving it only signing rights. In fact, iOS 10.2 has stopped signing, preventing you from upgrading, downgrading, or restoring via iTunes. So this is considered a big move by Apple which directly hit jailbreakers seeing the Yalu102 in near future. In fact, if you are stuck in iOS 10.2.1 missing the whole seven days given for downgrades, you are now trapped in a no-jailbreak time as iOS 10.2.1 is still not confirmed getting jailbroken. So in case if you have missed the chance for the jump and slipped saving blobs for the promised jailbreak, it is time for a big sorry as Yalu will only come addressing 10.2 and few previous versions.
Yalu102 in Beta 3
Soon with the reveal of source code, Todesco released Yalu102 as a beta. But as it was only aiming at an extremely limited device range, Todesco promised for more developed betas in times ahead. And as he made the word now we see yalu102 through beta 3 which adds more support to devices making all none-iPhone 7 64-bit devices freely work with the beta jailbreak.
- iPhone 6s and 6s Plus (10-10.2)
- iPhone 6 and 6 Plus (10-10.2)
- iPhone SE (10-10.2)
- iPhone 5s (10-10.2)
- iPod touch 6th generation (10-10.2)
- iPad Pro (10-10.2)
- iPad Air (10-10.2)
- iPad Air 2 (10-10.2)
- iPad mini 2 and 3 (10-10.2)
- iPad mini 4 (10-10.2)
The new beta adds support to more devices with the same jailbreak processing. So anyone willing to take the challenge with the new beta build can jailbreak 10.2 using Cydia impactor download. But as always take good care of the whole processing as iOS 10.2 no longer signs and will force you to restore 10.2.1 with a single mess in the processing.
Jailbreak iOS 10.2.1 with Yalu
After a long period of no jailbreak, Todesco came with Yalu while all prominent jailbreak developers seem quiet. And with his constant effort, the tool promises to jailbreak up to iOS 10.2 supporting all none- iPhone 7/7 Plus devices in the 64-bit range. But as the same tool does not promise to add support above 10.2, upgrading 10.2.1 need more concern for the jailbreak crowd. In fact, there seems no proof of jailbreak iOS 10.2.1 yet. But as it does not say it is unjailbreakable, we ask you not to give up hope. If you are too trapped in iOS 10.2.1 missing the downgrade possibilities, keep looking for iOS 10.2.1 jailbreak as surprising releases can take place anytime in the jailbreak community.
Currently, Yalu supports only up to 10.2. So those who are now in iOS 10.2.1 are trapped for a no-jailbreak until hackers find a new way in. So keep in touch to get all jailbreak iOS 10.2.1 facts from us.