Now that iOS 11 download [ext link] is here, we are starting to think seriously about a jailbreak for it. With iOS 10 being so disappointing, we are keeping our fingers crossed that iOS 11 is better for jailbreak
iOS 10.3.3 download [ext link] has now been made available to everyone. This is a small release, purely to fix a few bugs that arose in iOS 10.3.2 for some users and to enhance performance and stability.
iOS 10 proved to be somewhat troubling for jailbreakers, with few utilities released and those that were limited to certain users. Many users opted to stay on iOS 9.3.5, partly because their devices were too old to handle iOS 10 and partly because of the lack of jailbreaks
iOS 9.1 seems such a long time ago now but that was when we last had a usable jailbreak. In the months since then, there have been a flurry of updates from Apple, fixing bugs, enhancing performance and, in all likelihood patching up exploits which have prevented teams
The name PP is well known in jailbreak circles; with Evasi0n 7 and Pangu, PP was associated with a Chinese app store called 25PP, downloaded alongside the jailbreak unless users specified otherwise. Nowadays, they tend to be associated more with legitimate
Thanks to a new team from China, Mac users now have a jailbreak for iOS . The last jailbreak from Taig was only for Windows users and, although they were said to be working on one for Mac users, it failed to materialize. This makes three separate jailbreaks in the last
Sadly, it seems that jailbreaking is dying a slow death; the lack of updates to Cydia have left large groups of iOS users on the stock firmware with no way to change it. TweakBox may just be the answer that we have been