There are iPhone fans, and there are iPhone jailbreaking fans; both parties have their respective concerns regarding the new iOS 10.0.1. Those committed to liberating their apple devices have one question in mind “Can we jailbreak the iOS 10?” This iOS 10.0.1 Jailbreak Update will attempt to shed light into the darkness of that question.
People who own 64-bit Apple devices who are still running iOS 9.3.3 still have the power to free their iPhones and iPads by utilizing the semi-untethered Pangu solution.
But of course, when Apple released iOS 9.3.4 they made it a point to battle this jailbreak method and fixed and vulnerabilities present in the previous iOS. The same is to be expected with the iOS 10.0.1 Jailbreak Update.
The light of hope that jailbreak fans are holding on to is the fact that a few developers were able to jailbreak the iOS10 during its beta phase last June. The said developers even have a video demo to tease users about the possible jailbreaking of iOS 10. Still, fans are yet to rejoice, for apple is known to be witty enough to foresee this, and ultimately remove any window of opportunity to jailbreak the iOS 10 once the beta version is done with and the official iOS 10 has been released.
Another iOS 10.0.1 Jailbreak Update that can affect jailbreaking fans everywhere, is that Apple has put an end to digitally signing iOS 9.3.4, 9.3.3 and iOS 9.3.2. This means that iOS 9.3.5 is the earliest version available for users who wish to downgrade their devices, and as mentioned earlier in this iOS 10.0.1 Jailbreak Update, iOS 9.3.5 has already fixed and patched up any vulnerabilities that can make the iOS 9.3.5 jailbreak-able.
For those fans who are eager for a liberated iOS 10 device, it is highly suggested to stay with your iOS 9.3.3, until developers make certain that the iOS 10.01 Jailbreak has been made.