For months now everyone has been expecting some news for Apple’s new operating system. Ever since the last released jailbreak for iOS 10.2.2, mentions were made for iOS 10.3.3 and iOS 11.0.1. Sadly, rumors were never turned into reality, just a few works here and there uploaded to Cydida.
iOS 10.2.1 Jailbreak with Saigon IPA for 64-bit devices
For those who do not know all the information out there, Saigon is a new tool that works as a jailbreak for iOS 10.2.1. The new upload is available for iPhone and iPad owners running the 10.2.1 iOS.
The unfortunate news is that iOS 10.2.2 jailbreak cannot be installed in the same way as previous jailbreak versions. In the past releases, jailbreaks had IPA file accessible to Cydia. In the present, the upload is in the form of an Xcode source file and it need to be compiled for it to work.
The good news is that the new jailbreak will soon be available as downloadable IPA file. This will be a piece of cake for developers used to the program. It will be more difficult for those more inexperienced to work with Xcode.
It is expected that the iOS 10.2.1 jailbreak with Saigon IPA will be soon available for downloading for iPad and iPhone owners in an easier version.
Those who want to install the download, it is necessary to own a 64-bit device, launch the app, click on the jailbreak button and it should be installed.
More on the 64-bit devices supporting iOS 10.2.1
The jailbreak was engineered by Abraham Masri and it was further developed and released by Ian Beer, Adam Donefield and Luca Todesco. Some of the different exploits include a triple, fetch+ziva+extra_recipe.
Devices which support the iOS 10.2.1 are: iPhone 7, iPhone 6 and variants, iPad Air 2. iPad Air, iPad mini 3, iPad mini 2, iPad Pro and iPod Touch 6G.