Italian hacker Luca Tedesco released the first public iOS 10.1.1. jailbreak called Yalu for iPhone and iPad last week. If you happened to miss it, don’t worry, as iOS 10.2 jailbreak tool could be released soon, according to Forbes.

iOS 10.1.1. was an early beta release, and users were advised to wait until more stable versions were released. “This is likely (nah not really but pretend it is) to fuck your device up forcing you to restore,” Tedesco warned. “Wait for stable release.”

While Tedesco tweeted to confirm that the jailbreak’s latest release worked fine on his iPhone 7 - it wasn’t guaranteed that it would work on yours. Many jailbreakers decided to stick to their 9.3.3 Pangu jailbreak, which has worked well for the last few months.

Renowned iOS hacker Stefan Esser recently said that an iOS 10.2. jailbreak “is about to hit soon.’ Esser posted on Twitter “In the end the iOS 10.1.1. signing window closing is not such a big deal, considering that the iOS 10.2 jailbreak is about to hit soon.”

Earlier this month, Apple stopped signing earlier versions of iOS 10, including iOS 10.1. and iOS 10.1.1. This meant users who upgraded to iOS 10.2 wouldn’t be able to downgrade their devices to iOS 10.1.1., the previous version of iOS.

Are you looking to try out Luca Tedesco’s public beta version of iOS 10/10.1.1. jailbreak? Make sure you have a compatible device: iPhone 7/7Plus, iPhone 6s/6s Plus or iPad Pro. Our guide will show you how to jailbreak iOS 10/10.1.1. using Yalu on Windows and Mac.