As stated by Luca, this jailbreak version is very unstable and has a log of bugs so, it would be best for you if you just remain un-jailbroken for a while or you may end up upgrading to iOS 10.2. He also quoted that mobile substrate is broken on purpose due to which most of the tweaks won’t work and this jailbreak, unlike the previous version, is not available as GUI based tool rather it is just an XCodeProject.
This developmental jailbreak beta is only for iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, 9.7-inch iPad Pro and 12.9-inch iPad Pro. The hacker will bring support to all 64-bit devices when the jailbreak will be released publicly.
If you are a jailbreak developer then you can jailbreak your supported device by visiting the following link: https://yalu.qwertyoruiop.com/.
The Beta Jailbreak is not Untethered or Semi-Untethered and you will have to jailbreak your device again if it runs out of charge or gets a reboot.
I recommend you to not jailbreak your device by this version as it is very unstable and you may end up upgrading to iOS 10.2 so, for your own benefit it might be good for you to remain un-jailbroken and wait for the stable version of jailbreak.
What are your thoughts on new jailbreak beta? Do you think it’s a good move by hacker Luca Todesco after all the hate he received? Let me know in comments below!