#iOS10 #iOS10Jailbreak – iOS 10 Jailbreak makers to be defeated by iOS 10.2.1 Beta 1 update? : Tech giant Apple has just released iOS 10.2.1 Beta 1 update for developers, which will be followed by a public release on Monday. Will this challenge hackers to make an iOS jailbreak?
The newly introduced iOS 10.2.1 Beta 1 will include redesigned emojis, TV app for US users, new screen effects in Messages and other enhancements. The new iOS update will weigh 1.82 GB for developers over-the-air. This update is a bug fix release for iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch, per 9 to 5 Mac.
Hackers like the Chinese Pangu group or Taiga are not finding enough time to create an iOS 10 jailbreak with the frequent updating of the operating system. Apple’s doing a great job showing hackers their limits. The update is more on “bug fixes and performance improvements rather than major outward-facing changes.”
Apple might have detected some bugs that could allow hackers to make a jailbreak. Previously, hackers showed proof of cracks that could help in the jailbreak, which helped them in launching jailbreak software by iH8sn0w, Pangu, and Luca Todesco. However, since three months there is no sign of these hackers with a strong jailbreak software.
Apple has released seven Betas in just 35 days. Per Forbes, the new iOS 10.2 update is a simple one, which will upgrade automatically. However, if iOS users haven’t received any alert they can do it manually by going to Settings > General > Software Update.
Reportedly, the new operating system does not have a jailbreak. To those who like to have one they need to stick to older versions of iOS probably the 9.3.3 iOS.
Meanwhile, users cannot find the “30 percent battery bug” issue. Along with the above-mentioned features iOS 10.2 updates photo experience, music, news, home kit and more. Stay tuned for more news on gadgets and games. Source: hngn