Just a short while ago, iOS 10 was pushed out to the public, followed by a quick bug fix update in the form of iOS 10.0.2 download [ext link]. It is proving to be one of the biggest and best updates that Apple has ever released, attracting millions of downloads in just a few days. This is what we have been waiting for all summer and now it’s here we can move on to the next big thing – the iOS 10 jailbreak. Although Apple claims to have stepped up the war in jailbreaking, they obviously haven’t done enough because we now have proof that the new firmware can be jailbroken.
Image : iOS 10.0.2 Jailbreak
Quick Download Cydia App using Safari :
- Make sure that your iOS version updated to iOS 10.0.2 . Now Open Safari browser on your iPhone or iPad
- In the address bar, type in ios10cydia.com as shown in the image below.
- This will bring you to the mobile version of our page, specially designed to bring you the latest iOS 10 jailbreak updates . Tap on the UP arrow at the bottom of the screen
- On the Options, choose Add to Home Screen
- Next, you will be asked to rename the icon; call it Cydia and tap Add
- You will now see the Cydia app icon on your iOS 10 home screen and tapping it will provide you with the latest Cydia updates on iOS 10.
Video : The above steps explained step by step in this video
iOS 10.0.2 Jailbreak Installer Release :
Do not expect a public jailbreak installer like Pangu or PPHelper to follow this straight away. Firstly, Luca never releases his exploits to the public, preferring to keep them for his own private use. This is down to the fact that he finds and exploits iOS vulnerabilities as part of his own mobile security research. For the jailbreak teams to take the exploit and turn it into a fully working, safe jailbreak for all of us to use takes quite a bit longer and involves a lot more work.
Image : Cydia iOS 10.0.2
No doubt both Pangu and Taig are working hard on a jailbreak installer but they will want to make sure that it works on the maximum number of iOS 10 supported devices and that there are no issues with it that can cause serious or, in some cases, irreparable damage to the device. That means we have to be patient for a bit longer and, if you already have a jailbreak on your iOS device, don’t update and risk losing it until we have more news for you.