Jailbreak fans who love to install Cydia on their iOS devices should be happy to know that a brand-new jailbreak took has been released. The tool is designed for devices that run on iOS 10 and it has been created by the Meridian team with PsychoTea, Siguaza and many others. Furthermore, the Meridian jailbreak tool has been available in the form of beta this past couple of months, but the final build is now available for download.
Meridian Jailbreak Tool
The new jailbreak tool is supported by 64-bit devices that run on iOS 10.0 – 10.3.3. The interesting thing about the Meridian jailbreak tool is the fact that it acts as an extension to other iOS 10 jailbreak tools such as the one produced by Luca Todesco (Yalu102). Nonetheless, the only thing that matters is that Meridian jailbreak tool gives iOS users access to Cydia.
Added iPhone 7 Support
The previously mentioned jailbreak tool created by Luca Todesco (Yalu102) didn’t support iPhone 7. Fortunately, the Meridian jailbreak tool can be used on an iPhone 7 without any issues. With that being said, let’s check out what jailbreak fans need to do in order to install the brand-new tool.
Installing the New Jailbreak Tool
Apple fans who want to jailbreak their 64-bit device that runs on iOS 10.0 – 10.3.3 need to download the official Meridian IPA file and then sideload it into their devices with Cydia. All that’s left now is to run the jailbreak installation process by tapping on the “go” button which is can be found in the middle of the UI (user interface). We should also mention that the Meridian jailbreak tool is untethered which means that Apple fans will need to re-run it every time they restart their devices.