The jailbreak community has never been one that was known for its patience, but it seems that the father of Cydia, Jay (Saurik) Freeman is starting to become frustrated with it all the same.
Cydia purchases have now been enabled for iOS 10.3.3 jailbreak by Saurik. Here's everything you need to know.
Looks like we will have an iOS 11.1.2 jailbreak with Cydia and Cydia Substrate update once saurik takes to stage at SpartaHack IV to talk about various topics, including iOS 11.1 jailbreak.
Saurik Working With Devs From Past Jailbreaks On New iOS 11 Jailbreak With Fully Working Cydia And Substrate
Saurik has confirmed that iOS 11 - 11.1.2 jailbreak with Cydia Installer and Substrate is coming as he is working on it with devs from past jailbreaks.
What is Cydia Extender? How it works, and more importantly, what can it be used for? Here's everything you need to know.
Saurik has just released Substrate Safe Mode version 0.9.6000 on Cydia for jailbroken devices. This new version of Substrate Safe Mode not only adds support for iOS 10.0.x-10.2 jailbreak, but also makes jailbroken devices safer to operate than before.
Cydia now allows jailbreak users to purchase tweaks on iOS 9.3.3 firmware. It also adds the ability for users to get refunds for tweaks in under one-day of purchase. Here are the details.
Popular unjailbreaking tool Cydia Impactor has been renamed to Cydia Eraser. It also adds iOS 9.0.x support for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. Here are the details.
Jailbreak king and the man behind Cydia, Jay Freeman, had taken to the web to post a lengthy diatribe about a variety of things ranging from the monetization of Cydia to his own motivations to actually do the work on Cydia in the first place.
Cydia creator Jay Freeman, better known as Saurik, is well known for his long, insightful speeches on numerous topics relating to the jailbreak scene, and today, has taken to his official blog to give users a better insight into the limitations of SHSH blobs and APTickets. Backing up these little clusters of information offers significant downgrade potential to iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users, but what has recently become apparent to Saurik, is that they're essentially useless to some of the more recent devices. As well as explaining and clarifying a few matters relating to APTickets and SHSH blobs, he also tries to convey, in layman's terms, why we cannot downgrade to 6.1.2-6.0 from 6.1.3 or later using Cydia’s SHSH blobs and APTickets on older A4 devices.