ClocksBlinking, 19 Jun 2016I Hope He Releases It Later On When The Public Release Comes Out. I Need Jailbreak For Tetheri... moreGuys lets face it, how many articles have we seen that start with no jailbreak for ios 9.2 so we must wait for 9.3, noe its no jailbreak for 9.3 so we have to wait for 10.0. even if there was a jailbreak for 10.0 apple will do updates to 10.1-10.2 10.3 etc . I think its safe to say if you want a jailbroken Iphone, you need a phone that has 7.0-9.1 thats it. go on ebay buy a used phone that has that IOS on and you can have all the great apps that come with jailbreaking. I bought an iphone 6s and luckily it had 9.1 on it so i was able to jailbreak it. i will not upgrade it EVER. i know there is nothing Pangu or Taig can do for all we knpow they are being paid big bucks by apple to not release any more jailbreaks. It was a good run but R.I.P. jailbeaks.
The issue with this is iH8Sn0w's jailbreak is a simple iboot/bootloader exploit that only works on 32bit devices, EG iPhone 5. For all of us on 5S or above, this is absolutely worthless. ih8sn0w can jailbreak literally any device below an iPhone 5s, no matter which version of iOS it's running.
I Hope He Releases It Later On When The Public Release Comes Out. I Need Jailbreak For Tethering. So Far I Have Use 1.6TB.
Anonymous, 18 Jun 2016Instead of jailbreaking iPhone buy an android phone and enjoy the freedom and customisation.You say that, but I don't really see much customisation in Android anymore unless you root it, which as an Android user, is a bother.
Anonymous, 18 Jun 2016Who in their right minds buys a 800$ phone and above to jailbreak it?one who does not want to be in jail and is Apple lover
Who in their right minds buys a 800$ phone and above to jailbreak it?
ET - the real one, 18 Jun 2016correct me if I'm wrong: Cydia is to iOS like Cyanogenmod is for Android right? If I remember... moreAs far as I know, Cydia Substrate is to iOS like Xposed is to Android, allowing system modifications to be loaded in the RAM at startup. Cydia itself is an app store with apps by third party developers, often cracked apps (like Aptoide is to Android).
Anonymous, 18 Jun 2016root is simple word...but jailbreak what are you a criminalNo bro. It's true IOS is literally a jail for users. That's why it's called jailbreak.......
Ih8teSnow should release the jailbreak I can't stand these people who show us that they jailbrok an iPhone but don't share it. Greedy punks
Instead of jailbreaking iPhone buy an android phone and enjoy the freedom and customisation.
Grey1213, 18 Jun 2016Cydia is apparently an app store for jail broken devices that allows you to manage and install... moreit lets you makes modifications to your iphone like themes or complete iPhone tweaks
But the first thing I do after getting my iPhone is jailbreaking because I simply have no control over my phone..
Anonymous, 18 Jun 2016Stop spreading fud. Taking control of your device is never a bad thing. If anything the oppos... moreFans don't argue, please google search, last time my iPhone 5 bricked when updating official firmware with iTunes, I'm one of the victim
Vaio Agent, 18 Jun 2016even official update has chances brick your iPhone, don't think about jailbreak if you love yo... moreStop spreading fud. Taking control of your device is never a bad thing. If anything the opposite is illegal to many countries.
Doing silly stuff with that freedom is what is dangerous. But don't tell me that you'd rather not have people using knives in their kitchen just because some poor sobs stabbed themselves with them.
Jailbreak/cydia gives flight to your phone, that is as long as you are very economical in tweaks. My rule is never above 10 at the same time, and all tested ones...
ET - the real one, 18 Jun 2016correct me if I'm wrong: Cydia is to iOS like Cyanogenmod is for Android right?
If I remember... moreCydia is apparently an app store for jail broken devices that allows you to manage and install apps for a jailbroken phone.
correct me if I'm wrong: Cydia is to iOS like Cyanogenmod is for Android right?
If I remember it allowed a lot of stuff to be done like ditching iTunes altogether and the likes