Sorting Photos on iOS 10
Sorting Photos on iOS 10

Apple performed a series of beta testing for its iOS 10 operating system before finally releasing the iOS 10 upgrade on Sept. 13. It was reported that the Chinese hacking team Pangu was working relentlessly to bring the iOS 10 jailbreak tool to users.

However, what came as a surprise to fans, Apple has made a new upgrade to its new operating system just days after its release.

This move by Apple was so swift that Pangu did not have the time to jailbreak the same. Similar to the original iOS 10, this new upgrade, iOS 10.0.1, is for iPhone 5s and later, iPad 2s and later, iPad Mini 2 and later and for 6th Generation iPods and later.

Although users will be notified of the upgrade automatically, they can also manually accomplish the same by going to Settings, then tapping General and Software Update.

Going by Apple pace, Pangu needs to hurry things up as the Cupertino-based company won’t take much time releasing the next upgrade 10.0.2. Pangu will have a lot of catching up to do, writes iTech Post.

Jailbreaking is important for Apple users as it allows them to download apps exclusive to the Android operating system, be it games or any other app. Users can also personalise their devices though they always have the option of reverse jailbreaking.

Users must be aware of the fact that upgrading their Apple devices to 10.0.1 will remove any previous jailbreaking done to their devices. YIBADA has advised fans to wait for sometime before upgrading their systems. Top jailbreakers are at it and may release something real fast.

As per Forbes, size of Apple updates differs as per type of the device. The iOS 10.0.1 update is small (25MB-60MB). It is clear that Apple is making an effort to block all jailbreaking attempts where exploits are being tackled via standalone point release.