Once again the hacker of IOS, Luca Todesco is present and shows that it is possible to jailbreak the iPhone 7. In his Twitter account put screenshots of Cydia running on the smartphone.
Looking for security vulnerabilities of your new iPhone 7 Todesco found that the iPhone 7 uses a totally new class of security to protect against hacks.
The kernel patch protection (KPP) on the device is apparently a "new generation" that provides greater control in kernel memory.
In Twetter, Todesco shared what to do with the new iPhone in July having Cydia installed on the device. Catches you can clearly see that the smartphone has installed Cydia.
Todesco, not long ago, has shown work in iOS jailbreak 10 which he calls yaluX and is one of the most difficult to create jailbreaks to date.
It seems that the jailbreak iPhone 7 Luca Todesco is semi-untethered, like the jailbreak for iOS 9.3.3 Pangu, because it requires to run an application at the same time to inject the code that makes it possible to jailbreak the device. This means you have to re-run the application from the home screen every time the device is restarted.
Despite numerous disadvantages, Luca Todesco could jailbreak the iPhone to 7 and run Cydia Substrate (and several of its extensions) to function properly after you have made your own library to replace SubstrateLauncher, for compatibility reasons.
It is unlikely that this jailbreak is released to the public, as it is a habit of bragging Todesco .
On the other hand, we know that Pangu has shown interest in working on a jailbreak for iOS 10, so hopefully the next jailbreak comes out as soon as possible.