Meridian iOS 10.3.3 jailbreak for your 64 bit iPhones and iPads could come very soon

The H3lix iOS 10.3.3 jailbreak is made for 32 bit devices like the iPhone 5, iPhone 5c and iPad 4th generation, so naturally, owners of 64 bit iPhones and iPhones will not be able to jailbreak their devices, but there is still some good news that you’d like to read about.

Meridian iOS 10.3.3 jailbreak for your 64 bit iPhones and iPads could come very soon

@iBSparkes according to iPhonehacks, on Twitter has announced that he plans to release iOS 10.3.3 jailbreak for 64 bit iOS devices called Meridian.

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On Reddit, the developer says that the jailbreak is in the final stages of being completed:

‘Meridian’ is the final form of the work that’s been going on – packaged up into a nicer UI along with website etc.

This is an early alpha version of the full tool, which encompasses everything achieved in the original v0rtex-S branch into what will hopefully end up being a proper jailbreak tool. That includes r/w on root, kernel r/w, a basic amfi patch, and dropbear/SSH. This exact project is currently closed-source until a public beta is released, which will hopefully be coming in a few weeks. I want to keep it closed for now as I don’t want anyone trying to create clones of the project and cause any damage to peoples’ devices, or trying to jump the gun and install Cydia etc.

The developer has also shared a video below showing that he has successfully managed to run the Meridian jailbreak successfully on iPhone 7 (iPhone9,3) that is running the software version iOS 10.3.1. From the looks of things, Meridian jailbreak might be compatible with iOS 10.3.1, iOS 10.3.2, and iOS 10.3.3. The developer has not provided a release date, but he says that it will be coming soon.

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