TaiG / Pangu iOS 10.2 Jailbreak update – Get Cydia iOS 10.1.1 – iOS 9

Cydia iOS 10.1.1 – iOS 9.2

Apple iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users now able to download Cydia if their devices still running on iOS 10.1.1 – iOS 9.2 versions. Taig semi jailbreak tool updated for get Cydia iOS 10.1.1 – iOS 9.2 running devices. This is a browser-based 10.1.1 jailbreak method and most of iOS users already know about this method because last Pangu iOS 9.3.3-9.2 jailbreak also released as this method.

Cydia iOS 10.2

In this method users no need to use computer to download Cydia iOS 10.1.1- iOS 9.2 running devices, only have to do is visit TaiG semi jailbreak special web platform (http://taig-download.com/beta) using Safari web browser on iPhone, iPad or iPod touch devices

Is an iOS 10.2 jailbreak coming?

iOS 10.2 update is currently in its 5th beta up-to this writing, which means iOS 10.2 public release is imminent in the very near future. Apple could be preparing for release iOS 10.2 final version before 2017, many times it will be release with the wireless AirPods launch. However iOS hackers suggests that recent iOS 10.2 betas are more secure than current public releases.

There has been no certain word about official iOS 10.2 jailbreak dropping to the public any time soon from the reputed hacking teams, such as Taig Jailbreak and Pangu Jailbreak teams, and the iOS developers says iOS 10.2 patches a ton more exploitable bugs means it is simply getting harder to hack operating system.

According to rumors, if you ever want to jailbreak one of your iOS device in the future or want to keep your current jailbroken devices, you should keep away from upgrading your device’s firmware until iOS 10.2 jailbreak released to the public from reputed jailbreak team.

On the other hand, latest iOS firmware updates always increase it’s security, and also comes with various improvements to the operating system, so it’s a depending on decision. If you’re not interesting for iOS Jailbreaks and thinking about iOS security it’s better to upgrade to the latest up-to date iOS version always.

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