The maker behind the iOS 10.1 Yalu jailbreak is working round the clock to straighten things out, guaranteeing the jailbreak is solid and bug-free as ever. While that sounds great, the maker has likewise reported that he would redesign Yalu with jailbreak support for iOS 10.2.
Clearly, a jailbreak for iOS 10.2 is uplifting news for the individuals who missed the chance to use Yalu on iOS 10.1 and iOS 10.1.1. However, the terrible news is that the jailbreak won’t be good with iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. Those two gadgets will presently keep support for iOS 10 and iOS 10.1.1 only it appears. We can’t state whether that will change down the line since there are no insights with respect to it.
In case you are on iOS 10.2, it’s highly suggested that you avoid any kind of iOS upgrade that may come in your direction. It’s significant to state that Apple is on the brink of launching iOS 10.2.1 to the general population with iOS 10.3 beta set for release on January 10th. At whatever point those updates come up for you, try to steer clear from them no matter what, if you are wanting to jailbreak your gadget.
Given Apple is marking iOS 10.2 right now, it’s best to do a clean reestablish of the firmware utilizing iTunes. It’s a procedure that won’t take that long, and you can kick things off in the wake of taking an appropriate backup first. Additionally, the Yalu jailbreak is at present in beta, so a considerable measure of bugs and performance issues should be expected. Essentially, the jailbreak is implied for developers for the most part. If you are one of them, then you definitely comprehend what you are getting involved in. In case you do not understand what you are managing, then it’s suggested that you stay away from the jailbreak until it drops its “beta” tag.