While there’s still no public iOS 10.2 jailbreak release date, there have been some very convincing demos of personal jailbreaks for it, most of which have come out of the woodwork from none other than well-known iOS hacker Luca Todesco. He warns all the jailbreakers with iOS 10 device to stuck on iOS 10.1.1 and stay away from updating to iOS 10.2 when it comes out if they want to jailbreak their devices.
Is iOS 10.2 jailbroken ?
Although Apple has fixed many exploits with the releae of the latest iOS version Luca Todesco is one of those hackers who managed to jailbreak iOS 10 iPhone. Just few weeks back he posted a proof of his own iPhone 7 jailbroken on iOS 10.1.1. As with all his jailbreak introductions that tool wasn't released to public.
Todesco has been sharing a slew of tweets that seem to suggest iOS 10.2 has plugged up a ton of exploitable bugs in the mobile operating system. iOS 10.2 is currently in its sixth beta as of this writing, which means the public release is imminent in the very near future. Apple could be preparing for a public release before 2017.
Todesco ensures that recent iOS betas are more secure than current public releases because they include relentless security updates that aren’t leaving much left for hackers to break into.
The question if it be possible to jailbreak tool for iOS 10.2 iPhone stays open. At this point of time none of prominent jailbrek team such as Pangu or TaiG haven't drop any public announcements. This means that as iOS 10.2 patches a ton more exploitable bugs means iOS is simply getting harder and harder to crack.
As iOS 10.2 jailbreak release date stays unknown you should confirm Todesco’s advice and stay on iOS 10.1.1, in case you ever want to liberate your iDevice again.