While the jailbreak world is waiting for Pangu's iOS 10.3 jailbreak tool, developer Xerub quietly released a stable iOS 10.1.1 jailbreak for the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. The hacking tool is still in beta stages but it has great potential.
The beta 1 of "extra_recipe+yaluX" jailbreak tool from Yalu is stable as promised, but that means you do not get Cydia, or Substrate, right from the onset. So make sure that you have enough knowledge in the iOS system before installing the entire package. Also, non-developers should take precaution before using the extra_recipe+yaluX tool.
Renowned Italian hacker Luca Tudesco is the one who created the IPA file. He did it by combining the the code from Xerub into Yalu. Take note that the IPA file only works in iOS 10.1.1 on iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.
Meanwhile, for those under iOS 10.2, you can now liberate your iPhone & iPad by using the Yalu102 tool. Just like the extra_recipe+yaluX tool, this one is also in beta stages, so do not try if you are not a developer.
The source code for the the iOS 10.2 jailbreak has been posted at GitHub since January 2017, but it took sometime before someone made a working IPA file to make the tool available for everyone. The tool only supports iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone SE, and iPad Pro running under iOs 10.2.
Keep in mind that the two jailbreaks tools mentioned above are stable but they are still in testing phase. Therefore, it is better to wait for at least two betas before downloading them.
For now, we remind our readers that there's no existing jailbreak tool for iOS 10.3. So avoid any articles or websites that claim they have the latest iOS tool, and certainly do not pay any amount to download them. Jailbreaking software has always been free for download.
Pangu is still tight-lipped about the release date of iOS 10.3.1 jailbreak. We'll keep you posted once they made it available to the public.
Jailbreaking is a method of hacking the security wall of a device to unlock its restrictions. Jailbroken devices have a liberty to install applications that are not available in Apple App Store or Google Play. However, these devices are prone to malware attacks.