On September 13th, Apple released iOS 10 to the public and quickly followed it with two more updates to patch bugs and fix issues that have plagued users. Now we are on iOS 10.1, people are starting to ask when we will see iOS 10.1 jailbreak. To find the answer , keep reading.
Image : iOS 10.1 Jailbreak
Apple seeded iOS 10.1 download [ext link] to iOS users worldwide few days back and we know that the new update contains features aimed at the dual camera system on the new iPhone 7 Plus, released on 16th September. The contents of the update make it pretty certain that anyone who has the iPhone 7 Plus is going to want to update to iOS 10.1. But can we jailbreak iOS 10.1 ? Read below for details.
Quick Download Cydia iOS 10.1 app using Safari :
- Make sure that your iOS version updated to iOS 10.1 . 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 10.1 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 10.1 home screen and tapping it will provide you with the latest Cydia updates on iOS 10.1.
Video : The above steps explained step by step in this video
iOS 10.1 Jailbreak Release :
Apple never releases all of their new features at the same time and part of that could be because they are trying to force a jailbreak back or, if one does get released, to get people to update to the new firmware and lose the jailbreak. No matter what the reason, Taig, and Pangu, already working on a jailbreak for iOS 10, are now likely to hang back with an iOS 10.1 jailbreak until the new update is released. They will be looking into the new beta to see what effect it has on iOS 10 and the exploits that we know are in it.
Image : Cydia iOS 10.1 on iPhone 6 plus
We know that there are exploits in iOS 10 because Luca Todesco has proved it to us. Take a look at his Twitter account, under his handle of @qwertyoriopz to see a video of an iPad on iOS 10 and an iPhone 7 on iOS 10.0.1, both jailbroken. He won’t let us use his jailbreaks though and unless they have been patched up, if Taig or Pangu were to make use of the exploits he found, we can’t expect a quick jailbreak. It takes longer to produce a working jailbreak for millions of different devices than it does for just one or two.
We can’t be certain that Pangu or Taig won’t release an earlier utility but it makes perfect sense for them to wait until they can produce an iOS 10.1 jailbreak. As soon as we get more news on the iOS 10.1 jailbreak we will pass it on so follow us on Facebook and Subscribe to our free email newsletter for all the latest news straight to your inbox.