Famous Italian hacker Luca Todesco has announced that a jailbreak tool for iOS 10.2 is finally available and will be released soon. The long awaited jailbreak has expanded to all 64-bit devices and hopefully that includes iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.
The app's creator Saurik, known also as Jay Freeman, has released the new Cydia version which is known as the Cydia version 1.1.30. This new update has improved the version of Cydia 1.1.29 a few hours after it was created.The new version contains improvements and bug fixes that are convenient for all jailbreakers, particularly the iOS 10.2.
According to idownloadblog, the Cydia version filters the contents in jailbreaks, this means that it lets users filter files that they need and don't need more efficiently. Moreover, Cydia version 1.1.30 supports multilingual that includes both Chinese and English due to some tweaking of the algorithms that resulted too to faster loading performances. It also appears fixing a problem with installing purchased items in the stability area.
Saurik, however, is in the works of resolving the 7-day certification issue. This is to retain whatever comes with the jailbreaking tool even after rebooting. There are reports that Saurik will be teaming up with Todesco and Team Pangu to achieve the mission.
In addition, Todesco said that jailbreaking iOS 10.2 gives the jailbreakers less opportunity to use the saved SHSH2 blobs for iOS 10.2. This is the term used for a part of Apple's digital signature protocol for iOS restores and updates. As for him, Yalu jailbreak will be finalized soon and it will be running completely compatible with all 64-bit devices and eventually with iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 plus, so he could take a rest from jailbreaking after the tool has been completed, Yibada reported.
Meanwhile, as shared in IDB, "If you haven't already installed it, you should launch Cydia, refresh your sources, and install it whenever you have the chance to."