It's all the entire jailbreak community has been waiting for. A new jailbreak for devices running iOS 10.2.1 has just been released.
Called Saïgon, the new iOS 10.2.1 jailbreak is now available for download and installation. However, the catch is, it is only available as a Xcode source project which most likely means only developers can take advantage of this new tool.
Nevertheless, if the jailbreak community sails smoothly in the next few days or weeks, a public version of Saïgon might be rolled out soon. Once that happens, a downloadable IPA file should be released by then which the public can sideload on their phones through a PC or Mac using the Cydia Impactor tool.
Also, the new iOS 10.2.1 jailbreak can be installed on 64-bit iPhone and iPad devices only. For those interested developers, the Saïgon jailbreak app can be downloaded with all full instructions via Github.
Meanwhile, iOS 11 jailbreak has also been made possible recently through a beta version, a good starting point before a jailbreak for the official iOS 11 comes out. Courtesy of security research team KeenLab, a video was released back in August to show that iOS 11 beta jailbreak is feasible.
Watch the iOS 11 beta jailbreak demo below!