Yalu: If you use iPhone 7 and have not upgraded it yet in iOS 10.2, the first iPhone 7 jailbreak was released. It is available for download, and can unlock devices that run with iOS 10.1.1.
Luca Todesco, in collaboration with him and Ian Beer, developed Yalu, the first jailbreak tool for iPhone 7, which is now released in beta. This means that although it is supposed to work best to stay away if you do not know exactly what you are doing. In short, if you are a novice novice better to leave it.
Although it is the first jailbreak for iPhone 7, it also works on iPhone 6s and iPad Pro devices, but only if running with iOS 10.1.1.
It's pretty easy to use. You should just transfer the jailbreak tool to your iPhone and then run it from the device.
Jailbreak is available as an IPA file that requires iTunes on a Mac or PC to transfer it to an iPhone. Once installed, it can start just like any other app. Run it and let it do its magic.
It goes without saying that you need to keep a backup if you want to try it. So if something goes wrong you will be able to retrieve your data. Do not go without a good backup, as the tool, as we have said, is still in beta.
The creators of jailbreak reported that rather later the tool would support more devices.
Download the Yalu