On Saturday, Saurik flipped the switch for making purchases through Cydia on jailbroken iOS 10.3.x devices.
The change lets anyone jailbroken by way of sticktron’s G0blin tool to purchase paid jailbreak tweaks and themes from the Cydia Store. Before today, this was only possible on jailbroken devices running iOS 10.2 and earlier with Yalu.
Amid everything happening with the iOS 11 jailbreak situation as of late, there hasn’t been very much going on in the iOS 10 department. On the other hand, Sticktron changed that over the weekend by releasing G0blin RC2 to jailbreak most iOS 10-3-10.3.3 devices.
G0blin RC2 comes just two weeks after the launch of G0blin RC1, and it brings a plethora of significant bug fixes and improvements that should appeal to anyone handling a stock iOS 10.3-10.3.3 device.
While there’s been a lot of buzz in the jailbreak community lately concerning an iOS 11 jailbreak, some developers have been hard at work on alternative projects. One of those is G0blin, a jailbreak tool made by Sticktron that's aimed at A7-A9 devices running iOS 10.3.x.