How to use 3uTools Jailbreak?
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Many users are wondering if they should jailbreak their iOS 10 iDevice right now with Luca Todesco’s beta tool or continue to wait longer for a more stable jailbreak release.
In this post, I hope to tackle some of the confusion regarding the tool and help to answer some ongoing questions of whether or not you should jailbreak. Of course, if you don’t have the time to read, the short answer is: no.
Luca Todesco released this jailbreak in its beta stages in the middle of December with support for a small subset of devices, including iOS 10.1-10.1.1 on the iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, and iOS 10.0.1-10.1.1 on the iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone SE, and the iPad Pro.
And why? Because the tool is in beta. It’s not ready yet folks!
Yalu is only available right now so that experienced jailbreak developers can use the tool to test critical software or extensions and update them if need be. It’s not meant for the general populous just yet, and the difficulty of deploying the jailbreak at this point in time should be indicative of that.
About those iOS 10 jailbreak tweaks…
Developers are already releasing jailbreak tweaks for iOS 10, yes, but since Cydia Substrate isn’t yet ready for iOS 10, many of these tweaks can’t even be used yet.
It’s still semi-untethered
There’s no reason to rush, guys. It’s still semi-untethered, just like the Pangu jailbreak for iOS 9.3.3 was. There’s no special magic behind this jailbreak that’s going to make it any more magical than your iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak was, so just take your time.
With the odds against you, we think you should hold off on the iOS 10 jailbreak until Luca Todesco is ready to announce that the jailbreak is ready for everyone. Since that hasn’t happened yet, you should really just have some patience and hold off for now. Nevertheless, you should still avoid updating to new iOS firmware if you want to preserve your chances of a jailbreak in the future.
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