Not even a week has passed since the iPhone 7 was put on sale and the developers involved with the Jailbreak have already managed to violate iOS 10.0.1. So much so that the well-known Italian developer Luca Tedesco has shown an image that confirms the feat. The image shows the latest Apple smartphone running the latest version of Cydia. However, for now the method by which it has managed to unlock the last of the iPhone has not been published.
Although iOS 9.0 has been lights and shadows, with iOS 10 seems to have happened the opposite, at least for now. And is that before the iPhone 7 was introduced, the test versions of iOS 10 already had a direct patch to the kernel of Apple's software platform. However, no one expected it to be achieved in record time to unlock the iOS kernel executed on the latest Cupertino signature model.
Cydia installed on the iPhone 7
The creator of the Jailbreak on iOS 10.1 on an iPhone 7 has been none other than the Italian Luca Tedesco, known for keeping the Jailbreak in the different reviews of iOS 9. As you can see in his Twitter profile, the user has published an image that is worth a thousand words. In this photo you can see a black iPhone 7 running the latest version of Cydia. The references show that the computer on which it runs is the iPhone 7 since the software detects it as iPhone9.3, the reference associated with it, running iOS 10.0.1.
No method for unlocking has yet been released
At the moment, it is just an advance and confirmation that Jailbreak is possible on the iPhone 7. However, unless other development teams like Pangu achieve the same feat, it is not expected that Tedesco will make public the method by which he has managed to unlock the new iPhone. So, the hopes for those owners of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus who wish to Jailbreak happen because other development teams like Pango can detect the vulnerability that the Italian has used to, then, free the method by which to get the release Of the system of the iPhone 7. Anyway, once published, it is to be expected that Apple reacts quickly and covers with security patches the exploited bug for unlocking the kernel. A dynamic that was recently harassed with iOS 9.3.