How to Jailbreak Your iPhone: The Always Up-to-Date Guide [iOS 10]

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Jailbreaking your iOS device has always been a pastime for tinkerers and users who want a little more from their iPhone or iPad, though the practice has fallen out of favor as of late. The process of unlocking your device never stays stagnant, however, so we’re here to let you know how to jailbreak your device.

In short, you can’t.

Current iOS version: iOS 10.3.3

iOS 10.3.3 is the latest stable version of Apple’s mobile operating system. iOS 10 has proven a difficult beast for jailbreakers to take down. Thanks to faster software updates and additional security, Apple is making it harder for jailbreak programmers to gain access to the inner workings of iOS devices.

Should You Jailbreak Your Device?

You shouldn’t try jailbreaking your device. I mean, you actually can’t but you still shouldn’t try.

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It sucks, but it’s true. The jailbreak community was once a thriving ecosystem of useful customization apps and system-level modifications that added features desperately needed in iOS devices at the time. Visual modifications like the screen-dimming Night Shift mode and Wi-Fi tethering were once only available to tinkerers ready to potentially brick their device and risk it all for jailbroken apps like Flux and MyWi.

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Soon Astronauts Will Be Able to Bake Bread in Space

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Eating bread in space is a surprisingly dangerous undertaking: the free-floating crumbs could cause someone to choke, lodge themselves in someone’s eye, or worst of all, cause a fire if it gets into the electrical panel. That’s why most astronauts have to eat the less appealing alternative

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You Can Still Install MS Paint After Microsoft's New Update

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On Monday, we learned that Microsoft was killing off the iconic Microsoft Paint program after 32 years and replacing it with Paint 3D in its upcoming Windows 10 update. The news was tragic for fans of MS Paint, many of who publicly mourned the loss.

In response, Microsoft decided to keep the app:

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