Luca Todesco shows his jailbreak for iOS 10 on an iPad

I read some of your comments wondering if Luca Todesco would keep his promise to release a jailbreak for iOS 10 during the release of the new version of Apple's mobile operating system. It turned out that this tweet was « trolling », so shortly after we changed the title of this post saying that it was a joke, but it seems that he prepared a jailbreak for iOS 10 and this time he showed it on video and on an iPad.

Todesco's new jailbreak is called yaluX and it seems that it will be like the last Pangu tool, that is, an application in .ipa format that we will have to sign and install with Xcode or Cydia Impactor, which will work and work until we reboot again , which is known as a semi-tethered jailbreak. You have the video below.

yaluX, jailbreak for iOS 10 on an iPad

Like the latest Pangu jailbreak, yaluX will only be compatible with 64-bit devices. As Saurik said, it seems that they stop offering support for 32-bit devices because they consider that they are a minority and that it would be necessary to do twice the work, to which the owners of the any of these devices are naturally at odds.

The joke at the beginning is striking, when as soon as you launch the jailbreak you can read “wen eta jelbrek; eta son,” which means, misspelled, “what would be the estimated release date; estimated release date soon,” hinting at the many similar questions the notorious hacker will receive. And that, it seems, is it's not worth hoping thinking that Todesco will release a jailbreak for iOS 10. At most it will collaborate with another team of hackers, although I would not trust the latter either.

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In any case, the Todesco videos help us to know that jailbreak for iOS 10 is possibleso sooner or later a tool will be available.