If you have upgraded your device to latest Apple software release and you are interested in the iOS 10 jailbreak release date then you'll be excited to hear that at the Mobile Security Conference that took place in China in Shangai on July 1, Pangu team members showed off a working jailbreak for iOS 10 with a screen-cast of Cydia running on the device.
The team members did not reveal more information about the jailbreak and when it will be possible to download iOS 10 jailbreak for iPhone and other iDevices, but as per the pictures at the top post, it is evident that they have done some significant work to get Cydia up and running on the latest version of mobile operating system that was presented during WWDC 2016 keynote.
What is interesting, at the event the Pangu team also revealed that they plan on releasing a jailbreak for iOS 9.3.2 soon. So it looks like that those with this software version installed will be able to download iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak tool in the nearest time. So if you have some doubts whether to update your device to iOS 10 then it is better to wait for jailbreak release for iOS 9.3.2.
While it is unclear what method or exploit Pangu Team used to get Cydia running on iOS 10. The week back well-known Italian iOS hacker and developer Luca Todesco showed off a very powerful 0-Day exploit which was used in his nifty browser-based jailbreak that worked on iOS 9.3.2 device. He decided to release it to public in the hopes that a current jailbreak team or hacker will be make it possible to jailbreak iOS 10. It is possible that Pangu team could use this released exploit.
It is also vital to note that Apple has only launched the first beta of the OS 10, so there is always a possibility that the company will end up fixing the vulnerability used by the Pangu team to jailbreak the OS before its final release on September. So at this point it unknown the exact iOS10 jailbreak release date.