iOS 10.3 3 Jailbreak For iPhone Still Works Even After Update

Apple released iOS 10.3, which is a major update for the iPhone and iPad. Unfortunately, it also includes a new security feature that disables some jailbreak tweaks. Fortunately, there’s still a way to update your phone without losing your jailbreak tweaks. This blog post will walk you through the process of updating your phone without losing your jailbreak tweaks. Keep in mind that this method works only if you have an iPhone 5 or later; if you have an older model, you will not be able to use this method.

What is the Jailbreak for iOS 10.3?

iOS 10.3 was released on March 21st and it includes a new security feature that disables certain jailbreak exploits. This means that if you are using an exploit to jailbreak your iOS 10.3 device, you will no longer be able to do so after updating to iOS 10.3. However, there is still a way to jailbreak your iOS 10.3 device if you want to do so.

The first step is to download the Electra Jailbreak tool from Cydia Impactor. Once you have this tool downloaded, open it and click on the “Add New Profile” button located in the top left corner of the window. Next, select “iOS 11” from the list of profiles that appears and click on the “Open” button located at the bottom of the window.

Now, connect your iPhone or iPad to your computer using a USB cable and launch Cydia Impactor again. Next, click on the “Jailbreak” button located in the top left corner of the window and select your device from the list of devices that appears next. Finally, click on the “Start” button located at the bottom of the window to begin jailbreaking your iOS 10.3 device.

How to install the Jailbreak on your iPhone?

1) Go to the official website of the Jailbreak app and download it.
2) After downloading, open the app and click on “start” button.
3) On the next page, click on “choose your device” option.
4) Select your iPhone model from the list and then click on “next” button.
5) On the next screen, you will need to enter your Apple ID and password. Click on “next” button once you have entered all required information.
6) You will now see a warning message that says “This device is not supported yet! Please try again later”. Ignore this message and click on “install” button.
7) The Jailbreak App will start installing onto your iPhone and soon you will be able to see a green message saying it has been installed successfully.
8) Your iPhone now has a jailbroken version which can be used for customizing or modifying its settings without any restrictions from Apple.

Tips and Warnings before you start

There are some important tips and warnings before you start jailbreaking your iOS device. First, be sure to have a backup of your device and any data that is important to you. Second, make sure that your device is backed up by iTunes or iCloud, as jailbreaking can corrupt or damage your iOS device. Third, be aware that jailbreaking may void your warranty and may not be compatible with certain apps or services. Finally, always use caution when attempting to Jailbreak your iOS device; improper or inexperienced usage could result in personal injury or damage to your iPhone or iPad.

How to use the Jailbreak?

The process of jailbreaking your iPhone still works even after the most recent update. There are a few different methods you can use to jailbreak, but the easiest way to do it is with a computer. You can also jailbreak an iPhone using a physical tool, but this is more difficult and requires more technical knowledge.

If you want to try jailbreaking your iPhone without any risk, we recommend using iJailbreak by developer Pangu. This app is easy to use and has a lot of support from other users, so it’s likely that you’ll be able to Jailbreak your device successfully.

If you don’t have access to a computer or don’t want to take the risk of messing up your phone, there are other methods available. You can Jailbreak an iPhone using Cydia Impactor by developers Saurik and Jay Freeman or TunesKit by developer George Hotz. These apps require less technical knowledge than iJailbreak, but they can be more difficult to use. If you’re successful with either method, you’ll need to install Cydia Impactor or TunesKit on your computer before proceeding with the Jailbreak process.


Despite the fact that Apple released iOS 10.3 this past March, which jailbroken devices are not supported, there is still a way to jailbreak your iPhone using Pangu 9.0 and Redsn0w 0.9. It’s important to note, however, that this method is no longer advised as it may cause your device to become unstable and unusable once the latest updates roll out. Nevertheless, if you’re feeling daring or want to keep your iPhone jailbroken even after updating to iOS 10.3 then read on!

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