Jailbroken iOS 10.2.1 users should be happy to hear that Saïgon, the iOS 10.2.1 jailbreak tool, has been updated with critical fixes and more.

Early jailbreaks always come with bugs. Some of these bugs can be particularly annoying like not being able to use the camera in a jailbroken state. This is one of the issues that Saïgon was facing, however, it's thankfully over. Saïgon has been updated to Beta 2, fixing a lot of issues users have reported over the past few days.

The official changelog includes:

  • Fix for camera not working after jailbreaking
  • Support for iPhone 6s Plus/iPad Mini 4/iPad Air 2
  • Minor bug fixes and changes
  • Slightly better at escaping sandbox
  • Option to reinstall Cydia by holding 'jailbreak' button then tapping it again
  • Display device model and version

What's particularly interesting is the addition of more devices. Abraham Masri has added the required offsets in order to support the iPhone 6S Plus, the iPad Mini 4 and the iPad Air 2, where all of them are very popular devices among jailbreakers.

Aside from that, Saïgon should now have a higher success rate of jailbreaking, which means less random reboots and the jailbreak button should be more likely to work. Speaking of the jailbreak button, it has scored a new feature which is a particularly useful one. If you happen to screw up your jailbreak installation by breaking Cydia, you can reinstall it straight from the app by holding the jailbreak button then tapping it again.

You can download the update from the link below.

What's your take on this? Are you running jailbroken iOS 10.2.1 with Saïgon? Let us know in the comments below!