Luca Todesco has released the sixth beta of Yalu iOS jailbreak. This new version adds support for new 64-bit devices in addition to the iPhone 6S, iPhone SE and iPad Pro. Download Yalu beta 6 here.
Now it is possible to jailbreak the following devices on iOS 10.2 firmware –
- iPhone 5S/6/6S/SE
- iPad Air
- iPad Mini 2/3
- iPad Pro
- iPod Touch 6G
Luca also clarified that beta 6 version is very stable. He is now working on the final stable release.
b6 is basically as stable as it gets: installing it is fine. Only missing thing for final is the mixtape player and supporting some devices.
— qwertyoruiop (@qwertyoruiopz) January 30, 2017
Beta 6 version fixes tfp0/nonceEnabler issues on some devices. It also has stability and bug fixes.
However, remember that iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus devices can be jailbroken only on iOS 10.1.1. If you want to use the latest version beta 6, simply follow our tutorial here. The jailbreak process will not be anything different except that you need to use the latest version of Yalu.
We highly recommend that users save SHSH2 blobs for iOS 10.2 while it is possible. If you have already updated to iOS 10.2.1, perform the downgrade quickly as the signing window is still open. Apple can close the signing window any time.
Even though it is very stable, some users are still reporting errors and glitches. Since the jailbreak is still in beta, this is normal.