Meridian Jailbreak Final Version Released With Complete Support For 64-Bit Devices On iOS 10

    Taking the jailbreak world by surprise, a development team that comprised of Siguza, Psycho Tea and various others has come up with a new jailbreak release for the community. For anyone who is running iOS 10 on their 64-bit device, we now have the final version released for Meridian Jailbreak which is effective immediately to liberate iOS devices. Remember, the jailbreak was available for quite some time as beta jailbreak.

    Most of recent jailbreak focus was on Electra jailbreak developed by CoolStar and there were obvious reasons for that as well. However, after quite a teasing period and enough deliberation we now have the Meridian Jailbreak final version which has been released at a time when we’re just about to see the iOS 12 release. This jailbreak version has been offered as the most viable solution for the 64-bit iOS devices running any version of iOS between iOS 10.0 and iOS 10.3.3.

    So, anyone who is still using iOS 10 and earlier used Yalu 102 from Luca Todesco to access Cydia and not finding that experience quite satisfying can now look forward to Meridian jailbreak to access much more than what they received with Yalu.

    Yalu102 did not offer support for iPhone 7 and the firmware support was also limited to only iOS 10.2 or anything below that. With Meridian, you immediately get access to a lot more than what was previously available as it not just supports iPhone 7 but also works with iOS versions up to iOS 10.3.3. Now that’s something special for anyone with an iOS device running iOS 10.3.3 and hasn’t upgraded to iOS 11.x so far. Besides these improvements, the Meridian jailbreak comes in similar fashion as many other jailbreaks being released in recent times.

    iOs users can download a particular Meridian IPA which they can then sideload to their iOS device with the help of Cydia Impactor. Once you have done that, you can run the jailbreak on your device facilitated by a simple “Go” button that you can see right in the center of the interface that comes in front of you. One thing that you should also keep in mind is that Meridian is a semi-untethered jailbreak like many others we have seen in recent times and it will require you to re-run the app for re-jailbreaking your device each time you turn it off or perform a hard reboot.

    So, if you haven’t yet upgraded to iOS 11 and are ready to jailbreak your iOS 10.3.3 device, you can get access to the Meridian Jailbreak IPA at and get on with a perfect jailbreak experience.

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