Unlike the recent jailbreak events iOS 11, almost nothing happens in the jailbreak area iOS 10. However, the situation was still changed by the developer Sticktron: he released an update to the G0blin RC2 jailbreak for iOS 10 – 10.3.3.
G0blin RC2 was released just two weeks after the release of G0blin RC1, and it contains many bug fixes and improvements to make the jailbreak more stable.
According to the official website, the RC2 version contains the following changes:
- Respring issue fixed.
- OpenSSH can be installed instead of dropbear.
- We fixed an issue resulting in the Cydia icon not appearing.
- Added support for more models and OS versions.
Many bugs have been fixed, but Reddit users write that the new version still has a problem with Touch ID. More specifically, the system cannot be used to authenticate to applications from App Store.
RC2 is more stable than RC1, but we still recommend waiting for the developer to fix the remaining bugs. If you are not worried about the problem with Touch ID, you can safely install the jailbreak.
G0blin jailbreak supports most of the tweaks supported by Yalu jailbreak. This is because there is little difference between iOS 10.2 and iOS 10.3.x.
If you have already updated to iOS 11, you can jailbreak Electra or Liber iOS. But we still recommend waiting for the Cydia and Mobile Substrate update for iOS 11 to be released.