Apple Releases iOS 10.2 Beta 2 Version Amid Rumors of iOS 10.1 Jailbreak Tool


In the middle of questions concerning the possible release of an iOS 10.1.1 jailbreak tool, Apple has finally rolled out the beta version of iOS 10.2 more than a week ago and has now made the iOS 10.2 beta 2 version available for beta users. With this new development, it might be safe to say that iPhone users and the jailbreak community should abandon hopes about the tool and move forward.


One interesting feature to look forward to is the Apple’s TV app which is very helpful for finding what movies and television shows to watch on the Apple TV. The app was presented the same time Apple introduced the new MacBook Pro computers. For other services that come with the features, these include the Emergency SOS feature that will allow getting in touch with emergency services when user presses the button for five times.

For music lovers, there is also another treat via a music app that has bigger shuffle and repeat buttons while camera settings can now be saved, thanks to the update, so there will be no need to reset to Auto whenever the app is restarted.

Texting has also become more exciting with the new emojis, wallpapers as well as the new Video app widget. Moreover, the new version now has a “Press and Hold to Speak” option that can be found in the Accessibility settings.

For beta users to sign in, the iPhone models should be iPhone 5 and newer models. Also, this is available for download to iPad Pro devices, iPad minis, 1 to 4 as well as iPad Air and iPad Air 2.


The iOS 10 has been released months ago and soon after, upgrades were already launched to fix bugs and holes. Until now, jailbreak tools for iOS 10 and the succeeding updates are not yet available although there are rumors that hackers like Luca Todesco and an another team have already developed the tools. With the latest iOS update, all these rumors might simply fade away.