That didn’t take long. Right?
The image posted by Tedesco on Wednesday clearly shows an iPhone 7 running both iOS 10.0.1 as well as the Cydia app store, which allows jailbreakers to install apps and other software that Apple does not officially support.
Unfortunately, Tedesco has not publically released the exploit, nor he has provided much information about it. So, right now, it is hard to say if and when he will release the iPhone 7 jailbreak to the public.
It is also not clear whether the exploit is an untethered jailbreak.
The untethered jailbreak is a jailbreak where your device doesn’t require any reboot every time it connects to an external device capable of executing commands on the device.
Eventually, there is no tool available yet that you can use to jailbreak your device, but the good news is that a jailbreak has already been developed, which suggests that it’s indeed possible to jailbreak iPhone 7.
Pangu is the same Chinese jailbreak team that released the first untethered jailbreak for iOS 9.
Since it is not good news for Apple, the company would likely block the vulnerability used to develop iPhone 7 jailbreak in its next iOS update, of course.