Today Apple has seeded the 4th iOS 10.2.1 Beta, and despite the fact that is nothing but Bug fixes release, it has an important impact on Jailbreak and that's because we're getting closer to the final release of iOS 10.2.1 which, you bet, is less likely to be Jailbroken any time soon.
iOS 10.2 Jailbreak possibility was announced by Luca Todesco a few days back, but that doesn't mean you should update, in fact, staying on the lowest firmware right now is the best thing you can do. iOS 10.1.1 is the priority (due to Ian Beer's exploits that were patched in iOS 10.2) and due to the hypervisor 0day Todesco has dropped for making the YALU Jailbreak.
In this video I would also like to cover the 32-Bit devices a bit when it comes to Jailbreak, and also to rise an alarm signal about some fake Yalu website you should avoid. As we personally expected, there already are a couple of websites that mirror the Yalu Jailbreak. Although we didn't took the time to analyze them for malware, we still recommend you to use the official mirror provided by Luca. It is simply safer.
Yalu's only official link: yalu.qwertyoruiop.com
32-Bit Trident "Jailbreak": //www.youtube.com/watch?v=MMZrSjO8DUU
Downgrading iOS 9.3.4: //www.youtube.com/watch?v=ibK8P3welVY
Apple Beta: //beta.apple.com