iOS 10 has finally been released to the public and has already been updated to iOS 10.0.1. The new firmware is available for immediate download and full instructions can be found on how to download iOS 10.0.1 [ext link] at the given link. While millions of people have already updated their iOS devices, there are those that are holding back for a while, partly to see if there are any problems and partly to see if there is going to be a jailbreak released. We have just found out that iOS 10.1 has gone into beta and is now available to all developers to download and test.
Image : Cydia iOS 10.1
Apple mentioned the new update when iOS 10 was released, saying that it contained features that would enhance the new iSight dual camera on the iPhone 7 Plus and this may not be such good news for jailbreakers after all. Any jailbreak that is release now will likely be wiped out by iOS 10.1 download [ext link] when it is released to the public, most likely in October sometime. Anyone who has the iPhone 7 Plus is going to want to update to ensure that their new camera system is working exactly as it should with all the new feature available for it and that means they will lose Cydia from their device.
Image : Taig 10.1 Jailbreak Installer in Progress
This could be seen as a clever move by Apple, knowing that Taig and Pangu will be working on getting Cydia iOS 10 onto peoples’ devices. On the other hand, it could also be that the jailbreak teams hold back on releasing any utility they have ready until after the new update. They will want to be sure it hasn’t been patched and, if it has, they will need time to produce Cydia iOS 10.1, meaning a further delay in a jailbreak release.
Current iOS 10.1 Update :
The latest jailbreak that can be used if PPHelper for iOS 9.2 to iOS 9.3.3 so, if you are using it and you don’t want to lose it, don’t update to iOS10+ for now. Luca Todesco has provided us with the proof that both iOS 10 and iOS 10.0.1 jailbreak [ext link] is possible, uploading a video of an iPad and a photo of an iPhone 7 both running Cydia on iOS 10 | iOS 10.0.1. As usual though, he won’t be releasing anything publicly, leaving us hanging and waiting for Taig or Pangu to come up with a way of getting Cydia for iOS 10 or iOS 10.1 onto our devices.