Yalu102 Beta 6 iOS 10.2 Jailbreak Adds iPhone 6, 6 Plus, 5s, And 64-bit iPad Models Support

Now that Luca has updated iOS 10.2 jailbreak yalu102 to beta 6 with added support for compatible iPhone 6, 6 Plus, iPhone 5s and all 64-bit iPad models, among some other changes.

This new beta version of jailbreak iOS 10.2 release comes only a few days after the initial rollout of yalu102 that supported iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone SE and iPad Pro models. With this latest iteration, yalu102 can now basically jailbreak all 64-bit devices except the newer iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus devices.


Actually iOS 10.2.1 out now and Apple testing iOS 10.3 with developers and testers, those interested in jailbreaking should downgrade to iOS 10.2 while Apple still signing the firmware as it could be closing the signing window anytime soon.

You really have the opportunity to save the SHSH2 blobs for iOS 10.2 as this will allow users to downgrade iOS 10.2.1 to iOS 10.2 firmware even after Apple stops signing the said iOS firmware version. Another way you can know how to permanently preserve your iOS 10.2 jailbreak in our guide later on.

For Apple’s latest iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus devices, the newly released yalu102 jailbreak doesn’t support as yet. The latest version of iOS which can only be jailbroken on the two is iOS 10.1.1, and you can do so using Mach_Portal+Yalu tool, these instructions here may help you a lot.

As for jailbreaking all non-iPhone 7 64-bit iOS 10.2 devices, you can right now head to download the latest version of yalu102 from here [mirror link], and then follow our step-by-step fully detailed tutorial here on how to jailbreak: How To Jailbreak iOS 10.2 With Yalu102 [Tutorial].


As soon as we get anything we will keep you updated on all the latest from jailbreaking. Stay tuned for more!

Update x1: Just after beta 2, Luca Todesco dropped beta 3 of yalu102. The post above has been updated to reflect this change. Beta 3 of yalu102 adds fixes for Apple Watch issues with connected jailbroken iPhone, as well as ‘nonceenabler’ as default patch.

Update x2: Beta 3 has been soon followed by beta 4 and then beta 5, adding “task_for_pid 0 patch and nonceEnabler built in”.

Update x3: Beta 6 is now available. It “fixes some issues some device/fw combos were having with the tfp0 / nonceEnabler patch.”

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