Current iOS version: iOS 10.3.3
iOS 10.3.3 is the latest stable version of Apple’s mobile operating system. iOS 10 has proven a difficult beast for jailbreakers to take down. Thanks to faster software updates and additional security, Apple is making it harder for jailbreak programmers to gain access to the inner workings of iOS devices.
Should You Jailbreak Your Device?
You shouldn’t try jailbreaking your device. I mean, you actually can’t but you still shouldn’t try.
It sucks, but it’s true. The jailbreak community was once a thriving ecosystem of useful customization apps and system-level modifications that added features desperately needed in iOS devices at the time. Visual modifications like the screen-dimming Night Shift mode and Wi-Fi tethering were once only available to tinkerers ready to potentially brick their device and risk it all for jailbroken apps like Flux and MyWi.
Here complete guide to how to jailbreak your iPhone
Can You Jailbreak?
A functional jailbreak method for iOS 10.3.3 doesn’t exist in the wild yet, and Apple has stopped allowing users to downgrade to lower OS versions susceptible to jailbreaking. Callum Jones of Can I Jailbreak, a site that tells you which iOS devices are jailbreak-ready, doesn’t think a public utility will be released anytime soon. What’s more, prominent jailbreak programmers like Luca Todesco have publicly stated jailbreaking is more trouble than it’s worth. Todesco tweeted he was ending public research into iOS jailbreaking, so your chances of installing Cydia on your iOS device anytime soon are slim to none.
Even Sites like iOS9Cydia and DownloadPangu claim to have current jailbreak tools, but according to Jones the sites “hijack common names or brands to hit high in search traffic by promising new jailbreaks.” There are other factors that go into releasing a jailbreak as well, factors Apple is taking steps to make more difficult.