iOS 10.2.1 is now available for public download, following no less than 4 beta releases and can be downloaded in one of three ways , OTA [ Over the Air ] , through iTunes or through iTunes with the IPSW file , links can be found below. The latest firmware comes hot on the heels of iOS 10.2 and the changelog for iOS 10.2.1 download lists it as a big fix release and security update so there are no additional new features for users to get their teeth into. Many of the security updates are going to be aimed at stopping teams like Pangu and Taig from producing jailbreaks so let’s look at what Apple has introduced this time.
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iOS 10.2.1 Features :
- Bug fix for a previous issue whereby Apple Watch may automatically unlock when not being worn
- Bug fix for a previous issue that allowed an activation-locked device to be manipulated via Wi-Fi to show the home screen, albeit briefly
- Minor changes to TV app
- New SOS panic button for directly calling emergency services – India only
- Security fixes, including a number of web kit and kernel updates
iOS 10.2.1 Jailbreak Update :
Although Apple has introduced a high number of security updates throughout iOS 10, they haven’t managed to stop jailbreaking entirely. Usually, by now, we have seen several jailbreaks but things have slowed down somewhat this time around. We do however have one jailbreak that users can download and its called Yalu. You can find all the information you need, including download links and a full guide at the links below :
- Download Yalu Jailbreak
If you are ready to download iOS 10.2.1, check out the download instructions at the given link and choose the method that suits you the best. If you do update to iOS 10.2.1 and it causes problems or you decide that you don’t really like it, you can downgrade back to iOS 10.2. However, you do only have a short window of time to do this in as Apple will soon stop signing the previous firmware.
Let us know if you upgrade to iOS 10.2.1 and what you think of it; if you find any new features or additions that we haven’t mentioned, do let us know about them. In the meantime, for more of the latest news and developments, follow us on Facebook and subscribe to our free email newsletter; we’ll send you instant updates to your inbox