A jailbreak for iOS versions ranging from 10.2 to 10.3.1 may be on its way for all iPhone users, including the infamous iPhone 7. extra_recipe developer, xerub, updated the tool's GitHub branch with a new Kernel Patch Protection bypass method.
Hallelujah! Jailbreak for iOS 10.2.1 has been officially released under the name Saïgon. It combines exploits from Ian Beer, Adam Donenfeld, and Luca Todesco, known faces of the iOS jailbreak community
EtasonJB, a 32-bit jailbreak for devices on iOS 8.4.1, has been updated to support two new devices, the iPhone 5 and 4th generation iPad. if you have those devices running on iOS 8.4.1, make sure to give it a try to breathe new life into your device
Slide to unlock was the iconic method to unlock iOS lock screens for almost a decade. Until apple killed it off by forcing people to press their home button instead. Who want's that? If you're jailbroken, you can no revert it back!