Although there is a Jailbreak for iOS 10.2, it has managed to do the Jailbreak for iOS 10.3 and could be released once Apple releases the public version of a later version of iOS 10
The Jailbreak community has been very active regarding the iOS 10 system. First, Luca Todesco launches a beta version of a Jailbreak tool on iOS 10.1.1, however, not all devices were Jailbreak compatible.
A couple of days ago, an update of the Yalu tool was released to work on iOS 10.2, the detail is that some devices were excluded as the previous time, in this case the iPhone 7 and 7+ are not compatible as they were in The previous version of the tool.
The jailbreak of this version works on iPhone 6S, 6S +, SE and iPad Pro. If you want to jailbreak, it is recommended that you read in detail THIS ARTICLE where the tutorial is shown to do it.
It is known that the hacker Luca Todesco will work for Apple and it is not known if he will dedicate to the Jailbreak as he has done. It is also not known if they intend to upgrade the tool to be compatible with all 64-bit devices but the community greatly desires
Most importantly, the public version of iOS 10.3 was released recently and the hacker ijapija00 mentioned on twitter that they have secretly had compatible exploits on iOS 10.3 and showed a capture of a device running iOS 10.3 where the Jailbreak was made Successfully
After every beta release I look for potentially patched bugs, but also for new exploitable bugs... A few days later -> iOS 10.3 (14E5230e) pic.twitter.com/lIhZ8WGucD— @ijapija00 (@ijapija00) January 27, 2017
Previously, they published a video showing the Jailbreak in iOS 10.2.1, implying that if Luca Todesco can find vulnerability, other people can also do so
Restore your device to iOS 10.2 to secure your Jailbreak
- If you have iOS 10.2.1 (on any device) and want to Jailbreak, it is recommended that you go down to iOS 10.2.
- If you have iPhone 7/7 + in iOS 10.1.1 you can stay in that version to do the Jailbreak, if you are not very urgent, you can also upgrade to iOS 10.2 and wait for the tool to update
- If you have Jailbreak in iOS 9.xx you can stay in that version if you do well with the operating system / jailbreak, otherwise you can upgrade to iOS 10.2 and wait for the upgrade from Yalu