Yalu Jailbreak Now Supports TSMC iPhone 6S And iPhone SE

Yalu Jailbreak Now Supports TSMC iPhone 6S And iPhone SE
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Italian hacker Luca Todesco has announced that a fix has been pushed out to the Yalu jailbreak to offer support for TSMC iPhone 6S, iPhone 6S Plus, and iPhone SE models. With the latest fix, Yalu is compatible with the iPad Pro, iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, iPhone 6S and 6S Plus, and iPhone SE. The tool can liberate these devices running iOS 10.1 to 10.1.1.

Yalu jailbreak still has bugs

It’s worth pointing out that Yalu jailbreak is still in beta stage. So, only advanced users and developers should use it. Todesco said in a tweet that the Yalu beta 3 still has a “pretty serious bug” that he is working to fix before adding more support. The hacker has recommended iOS 10 jailbreakers to use only @stickron’s 6S TSMC fix rather than random third-party fixes.

Todesco also asked users not to use “Yucca Utilities” or any other substrate enabler because they won’t work as intended until the “pretty serious bug” is fixed. Using Yucca Utilities could permanently brick your iPhone or iPad. You can download the Yalu beta 3 jailbreak (Samsung chip) using this link with added support for the iPhone 6S and SE.

If you have the TSMC version of iPhone 6S and iPhone SE, you have to download the jailbreak alongside the fix using these links:

What about iOS 10.2 jailbreak?

Talking about the iOS 10.2 jailbreak, Todesco said it would not happen “unless the extraordinary stuff happens.” However, the iPhone 5S and iPhone 6 users are in for some positive news as Todesco has promised to release support for these devices running iOS 10.1.1.

Earlier this week, the Italian developer urged the jailbreaking community to save the SHSH2 blobs for the iOS 10.2, indicating that the iOS 10.2 jailbreak could arrive soon. Save the SHSH2 blobs while Apple is still signing it. It will allow you to downgrade or upgrade to the firmware if and when the jailbreak becomes available. Here’s the step-by-step guide to saving the SHSH2 blobs.

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