iOS 10 – iOS 10.3.3 Jailbreak

Jailbreaks have been a bit lacking in recent years, but today we can tell you that, if you are on iOS 10 firmware, we have news of a jailbreak for you. Its called Helix jailbreak, its semi-untethered and it was brought to us by Tihmstar, a prominent developer. It is a stable jailbreak and is based on an exploit called V0rtex.


iOS 10 firmware was meant to be the beginning of the end for jailbreaking and, for a long time, it seemed to be. Apple introduced a load of new features, including security features that, for a while, interfered with the jailbreak development. So, given all the security that iOS 10 includes, how does Helix jailbreak work? Helix is built using an exploit that gets around the security features in iOS 10, allowing you free and easy access to Cydia. It is a safe jailbreak to use, so read on to find out how to get it.

Supported iOS 10 Versions:

The following iOS 10 versions support the download of Cydia :

  • iOS 10
  • iOS 10.0.1
  • iOS 10.0.2
  • iOS 10.3.1
  • iOS 10.3.2
  • iOS 10.3.3
  • iOS 10.3.4

H3lix Jailbreak:

helix jailbreak

Helix aka H3lix jailbreak is available on both 32-bit and 64-bit devices. Do remember that it is semi-untethered so it will need reactivating whenever you restart your iPhone or iPad. Downloading it is simple though so check out the links to download and install Helix on either 32-bit or 64-bit devices.

H3lix Jailbreak

Yalu Jailbreak:

yalu jailbreak

Yalu was one of the first jailbreak tools for iOS 10 firmware. Yalu jailbreak was released by jailbreak developer Luca Todesco, but it was not 100% compatible with all iOS 10 supported devices during its initial release. Also, Yalu Jailbreak was not one of the most stable of jailbreak tools. It was superseded by Helix jailbreak which comfortably jailbreaks all iOS 10 devices up until iOS 10.3.3.

Yalu Jailbreak

Cydia Alternatives:

Cydia is not available on all devices but, for those who can’t download it, there is a vast choice of alternatives. Take a look at our list of alternatives, iOS app installers offering plenty of apps and games.

How to Delete Cydia:

If you are not happy with iOS 10 jailbreak or you keep coming up against irritating errors, the easiest way to deal with it is to delete Cydia from your device altogether – you can easily reinstall it. Visit the link to find out how to use Cydia Eraser to delete Cydia from your device.

Frequently Asked Questions:

Cydia is the answer to many people’s prayers, but it also raises questions in the minds of others. If you want those questions answered, click the link below:

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Additional Information:

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25 thoughts on “iOS 10 – iOS 10.3.3 Jailbreak”

  1. Hello!
    I want to ask a question can I jailbreak my iPhone 5S 64GB currently running iOS 10.2? If yes, from where can I get that jailbreak.

  2. Hey?
    im want to put gameplayer on my ipad but im dont know for this program whether WORK ??? Because im put this program but my ipad is stop working …if you know, can you tell me ???

  3. I had added the Cydia to my iPhone home screen, but it was opened as the webpage and didn’t install on its own. (I’m a Chinese user )

  4. I tried to jailbreak my iPhone 5 iOS 10.3.3 using helix jailbreak (no computer) i followed every step yet it says uicache failed. Please help.

  5. I have an ipad air 2 10.2.1 can I use any of these to jailbreak? would it require icloud password? since I forgot my icloud password.. tnx..

  6. Hey team cydia! Quick question. Would jailbreaking without computer/app jailbreaking be diff than using the actual cydia impactor? As in Would some things be buggy/non functional? Thanks


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