There have been a lot of positive developments on the jailbreak-land over the last few weeks. Luca Todesco released the iOS 10.2 jailbreak. Saurik has unveiled the public version of his Cydia 1.1.28 tool that supports 64-bit devices. Now the developer behind the AppSync Unified has confirmed that the popular jailbreak tweak would arrive soon for the iPhones and iPads running jailbroken iOS 10-10.2.
Don’t install AppSync Unified at this point
Karen aka @angelXwind said in a tweet that she has identified the cause of a crash on iOS 10 has been identified. She is currently working on AppSync Unified for the latest iOS jailbreak. It is expected to be made available to the public soon. At this point, you should avoid installing the tweak on your iPhone or iPad because it may cause your device to go into a boot loop.
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Over the years, AppSync Unified has become an integral part of the jailbreak experience for iPhones and iPads. You need it if you want to install a cracked app or game on your iPhone or iPad. Karen often updates the tweak to ensure that it is compatible with iDevices running the latest versions of iOS jailbreak. However, adding iOS 10 compatibility seems to be more challenging than expected.
AppSync Unified is required to install non-signed apps on jailbroken iOS devices. The apps you download from the App Store are signed with a valid certificate, and trusted by Apple as safe. You cannot easily install and run hacked apps because of the iPhone maker’s security requirements. AppSync Unified allows you to get rid of the security requirements on jailbroken devices.
Many tweaks yet to be updated for iOS 10.2 jailbreak
Though the iOS 10.2 jailbreak was released more than a week ago, not all tweaks and packages have been updated yet to offer compatibility with the latest jailbreak. Here’s the complete list of tweaks that are compatible, partially compatible or not compatible at all with the iOS 10.2 jailbreak. It may take developers some more time to make their packages compatible with the latest jailbreak firmware.
Just a few days ago, Saurik enabled tweak purchases for the iOS 10-10.2 jailbreak from the Cydia store. Saurik traditionally enables purchases on new firmware only after Cydia and the jailbreak have attained certain stability.