iOS 10.1 Cydia install on iPhone 7 demoed by @ijapija00

There’re many rumors and news about iOS 10 jailbreak since the first beta release of iOS 10 because this is the latest main update of Apple iOS.  Apple has released a number of new major and minor updates after releasing iOS 10 on 13th of September 2016 to the public. Anyhow, Luca Todesco was the only person who could jailbreak iOS 10 after the public release and now we have received the latest iOS 10.1 Cydia install by another brilliant hacker called @ijapija00.

@ijapija00 has published a video demonstrate of iOS 10.1 jailbreak working on his 256GB iPhone 7. That’s not the end because he says that Cydia install for iOS 10.1 is also adaptable for iOS 10.1.1.

iOS 10.1 Cydia install by ijapija00

Cydia install for iOS 10.1 Jailbreak is possible

iOS 10.1.1 is the Apple’s latest iOS firmware for public users because iOS 10.2 is still in the beta stage. We’re going to say that this new jailbreak for iOS 10.1.1 Cydia installer will show a successful way to find out the vulnerabilities of iOS 10 and iOS 10.1.1 for other developers. Nowadays, Apple is passing a hard time period because they continue the bug fixes with new iOS releases to battle opposite to jailbreak and download Cydia.

We had to know that, this iOS 10.1 jailbreak demo has based on a single exploit called “stable” and this can be a precious achievement when it comes to Apple’s KPP (kernel patch protection) security. iOS 10 security implementations have been discovered as the reason for instability for implemented jailbreaks.

When will release the iOS 10.1 Cydia installer

iOS 10. 1 install  Cydia by @ijapija00 has also used the way of Luca Todesco did in previous iOS 10.0.1 jailbreak because this guy has used an alternative library to work Cydia substrate on iOS 10.1. This method allows the user to run Cydia installer apps on his device without any error.

There’s an unknown jailbreak app appear on his Home screen in this demo which means this method is also a semi-untethered jailbreak similar to Pangu 9.3.3 jailbreak. You have to open the installed jailbreak app after every reboot to install Cydia to work on. It’s a little bit different but there’s no any error with semi-untethered jailbreak.

In this video demo, you’re unable to see the current iOS version of his iPhone 7 go through the Settings > General. He has used some third part Cydia apps to show working iOS version instead of the normal way. Anyhow, this developer has posted a commentary on the Youtube description to show off why he is not releasing this jailbreak for public Cydia users.

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