Ever since iOS 10 was released, Apple has been on something of a mission to make sure that the same problems form years gone by did not come back to haunt them again. To that end, they have issues a whole slew of updates, each one designed mainly to provide minor improvements, stability, security fixes and bug fixes, with a few new features thrown in for good measure. Now, they have released iOS 10.3.3 download , a possibly the last update that iOS 10 will see. This is another small update, with very little to write home about in it but here’s what you can expect .
Things are changing every day and, as each iOS version is released, Apple ups the ante where jailbreaks are concerned. Determined to stamp jailbreaking out for good, they seem to be winning at this point with just one jailbreak released in recent months, compared to recent years when we would have had several by now. The lack of access to Cydia has led to the search for an alternative way of getting paid apps and games for free, something we could once only enjoy by jailbreaking and downloading apps like vShare. Now, we can do it without a jailbreak with an app installer by the name of AppToko.
Apple has just released the iOS 10.3.2 download, a minor update with the usual bug fixes and performance enhancements but don’t get too excited at the thought of a jailbreak just yet. It has been obvious, since iOS 10 was released in September 2016, that jailbreaking is getting somewhat harder to do. Although we have seen some jailbreaks in the last few months, they have all been semi-untethered and all are limited to those who use 64-bit devices. The jailbreaks that have been released for iOS 10 have come from Luca Todesco, the last person we expected to get involved in public jailbreaking.
iOS 10 has to be one of the most updated iOS firmware versions of all time. Originally released in September 2016, Apple has pushed update after update out, mainly to keep it running smoothly and as free from bugs as they possibly can, as well as introducing new features on a regular basis, and partly to put a halt to jailbreaking. The latest release from the Cupertino company is the iOS 10.3.2 download , a minor update with few extra features to shout about.
Following on from the distinct lack of jailbreaks that we can all use, several developers have come up with app installers that let us download and install some Cydia tweaks and some paid content for free. While these installers will never take the place of Cydia, they do fill a gap for those who can’t jailbreak for now. The latest installer to be released is called Tutu App and it is packed with far more content than any of the others. Not only does it allow you to install many of the best paid apps and games for free, it is also home to many of the best Cydia tweaks. And, even better, you get all of this without needing to install a jailbreak. The only problem is, you can’t get TutuApp onto your device directly; you will need to use Tutu Helper and we’re going to show you how easy it is to do.
Apple’s iOS is, without a doubt, the most popular mobile platform and one of the reasons why is because it can be jailbroken. Instead of sticking with the stock features that Apple provides, we can modify and change our devices to work how we want them to. One of those things is to give the stock apps better functionality and more features but, with an iOS 10 jailbreak proving to be elusive, that option is now gone for many users. One solution while we wait for the next jailbreak is called Extensify and Extensify Helper.