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iOS 10.3 and iOS 10.3.1 Jailbreak in Two Ways


After the release of iOS 10.3.1, a lot of people have been asking for its corresponding jailbreak version. Well, despite the lack of urgency in the release of jailbreak versions, there is still an updated version for the iOS hacking tool. This might also work on devices running the iOS 10.3.

Using the Safari Browser

  • Simply launch the Safari app and go to
  • You will be brought to the web page for jailbreaking your iPhone. Then, you have to tap the arrow-up button just above the home button below the screen. iPad users might find it at the top-right corner of the screen.
  • More options will load from the bottom of the screen, so just tap on the middle named Add to Home Screen.
  • A box will load shortly. Type in a name intended for the app icon. Then, type in Pangu and tap the Add button after.
  • Minimize or close the Safari browser. You should see the Pangu app icon on the home screen.

BEWARE: Please do not follow the method, we regret to inform that the information provided above is false and turns out to be an elaborate scheme by the website for self-promotion. We apologize for any confusion this may have caused.

iOS Jailbreak Using Yalu

New hacks are also available for iOS 10.3.1 using the Yalu jailbreak option.

  • Just make sure that you are using a newer 64-bit device if you want to use the Yalu tool.
  • Take note that every time you reboot your device, you will be required to jailbreak because this tool is a semi-untethered process.
  • Likewise, it is not possible to install Yalu directly on your iOS device. However, you are going to use the Cydia impactor to be able to side load it in which you can get a valid Apple credential on hand.

If you are going to jailbreak your iOS device, make sure to comply with the requirements. Likewise, it is not advisable to jailbreak your device if it is still under warranty. If anything happens to your device, the agreement will be considered null and void.