Finally iOS 10 has been unveiled by Apple in the iPhone 7 launch event on Sept 7th 2016. There are a few changes, as usual, with many of the issues that bugged iOS 9 fixed and a number of new iOS 10 features including one that may have a serious effect on the iOS 10 jailbreak. First, the iOS 10 download [ext link] was released just after the keynote speech.
Image : iOS 10 Jailbreak Update
Quick Download TaiG app icon on iOS 10 :
- Launch the Safari browser on your iPhone or iPad running iOS 10 firmware .
- Now simply type in this url taigjailbreak.org in the Safari address bar as shown here.
- Scroll to the bottom of the screen to find the Up arrow. iPad users will find it on right top corner . Tap on it to proceed.
- This brings up the option to Add to HomeScreen. Tap on this to go next.
- Now rename the Taig app icon as Taig . Tap on Add to proceed .
- You got Taig app icon on iOS 10 . Now tap to launch the app icon to get latest iOS 10 jailbreak updates on your device right away.
Video : Here is a step by step video explaining of the above process
iOS 10 Jailbreak Update :
It is a bit early to be thinking about when Taig 10 jailbreak tool for iOS 10 jailbreak is going to be released . We have a couple of months of testing ahead of us. However, there is something that may just spell the end of jailbreaking as we now it. A new security feature, one that Apple has been working on for some time, may now be a part of iOS 10. Called “Rootless”, its aim is to prevent access to certain parts of the iOS system, even to those who have administrator privileges.
Image : iOS 10 Jailbreak Installer Taig 10
We can’t say for certain how far reaching this into the iOS 10 firmware at the moment but the jailbreak teams will be testing each version very thoroughly as it is released to see just what effect this is going to have on the iOS 10 jailbreak. Although we have heard little from the jailbreak teams in recent months, it may well be that they were waiting for iOS 10; rather than wasting exploits on minor updates, they are more likely to want to use them on something much bigger.
Cydia iOS 10 :
Older devices are being dropped from support for the new iOS firmware, as is usual every year. This year, the iPad 2 and iPhone 4s will finally lose out, not much of a surprise when you consider that they only just managed to get on iOS 9. Everything else will be supported. Cydia iOS 10 [ext link] will only support those devices that are 64 bit and running iOS 10.
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Right now it is a big case of wait and see. Until the jailbreak teams have been able to examine the iOS 10 firmware, we won’t know if “Rootless” will have any effect on the iOS 10 jailbreak. To be kept up to date, Subscribe to our email newsletter and follow us on Facebook.