iPhone 7 and iOS 10 jailbreak IS possible, but you won’t be able to use it anytime soon

HACKER reveals that there is a way to crack and jailbreak iPhone 7 and its iOS 10 software, but it may not be around for long.

Apple’s latest smartphone and mobile software may not be quite as secure as previously thought.

Both the iPhone 7 and the iOS 10 software that runs on the device can be hacked to run other forms of software, reports have claimed.

However any users looking to do so have been warned that the flaw may not exist for much longer.

The hack, known as ‘jailbreaking’, was revealed by 19-year-old hacker Lucas Todesco.

Speaking to Motherboard, Todesco said that he achieved the jailbreak in less than 24 hours, and uplaoded video and photo evidence to prove his claim.

Jailbreaking a smartphone removes certain restrictions put on the device by its manufacturer, giving root access to the depths of the iOS system itself.

This then allows the user to download and install apps, extensions and themes than are not typically available through the iOS App Store.

Todesco said that Apple had definitely made jailbreaking the iPhone 7 and iOS 10 harder than ever.

He noted, “Kudos for the iPhone 7. They have again chnaged the rules of the game”.

However, Todesco will not be releasing his jailbreak to the public, at least until Apple patches the vulnerability he discovered, saying that he will now work on smoothing out the process and spotting other bugs in the software.

Apple is already beta testing iOS 10.1, meaning that this could be sooner than later.