iOS Jailbreak Latest News: New iOS Jailbreak Shows Exact Time Upon Receipt Of Notification
Apple has prepared the iOS 10 to be impenetrable but behind acclaimed hacker's silence, a new jailbreak update for the said operating system will be rolled out soon. This update will deal specifically with the exact time a certain notification was received.
On iOS, when a notification is received, within the same 1-hour span, you will just see a plain 1h ago badge beside the notification, regardless of the minutes. This will goes on until it will arrive on a certain threshold. With the ExactTime jailbreak tweak, according to Wccftech, the proper timestamp of when the notifications are received will be seen, instead of 1h ago. ExactTime is only compatible with iOS 10 and it affects the notification center and in the banners seen on the lock screen as well.
It doesn't have options to configure. After downloading at the BigBoss repo in Cydia, no further configuration is needed. Once it is downloaded and installed, it is already good to go. As it is only made available for iOS 10, it will follow its strict requirements and the preceding iOS will not avail this update. It was last April 21 when Yalu102 took the Twitter in order to announce their iOS jailbreak 10.2.1 release, which will happen 10 days after the announcement, said Redmond Pie.
The hackers said it will also be compatible with the iOS 10.3. Apple is currently applying the ÀPFS system for its firmware, because of this its iOS has doubled its strength and gave a harder time for hackers to infiltrate. Just like what hacker Luca Todesco did. The semi-untethered iOS 10 jailbreaks were released yet he failed to launch a stable tool.
Even the most reputable hacker Pangu is in complete silence now but some imply that he might be working quietly with a new jailbreak. However, fans are getting hopeless without any update at all. There is another one, TaiG, who was able to release an iOS 8.4 jailbreak but after that went silent also. Donklephant reported that these two hackers are joining force to develop another iOS 10 jailbreak. The Cupertino-based tech company has been working really hard to protect and secure its iOS against the hackers.