Apple has just released the fourth beta of the upcoming iOS 9.3.2 which came with a fix for the bug related to the Game Center, as well as the possibility to enable Low Power Mode and Night Shift simultaneously, which allow users to easily read content at night without bothering their eyes and consuming too much power. So, iOS 9.3.2 will arrive soon, but jailbreak fans are waiting to the jailbreak tool, which is rumored to be released before the annual Worldwide Developer’s Conference, which will kick off on June 13.
After Apple has released iOS 9 in September 2015, Pangu team of hackers managed to bring a jailbreak tool for iOS 9.1 in March 2016. Since then, Apple has patched all vulnerabilities, giving hackers headaches. Lately, both Pangu and TaiG preferred to keep quiet about the release of a new jailbreak tool, but rumors suggest that they’re preparing to bring iOS 9.3.2 before Apple will start its annual Worldwide Developer’s Conference, which will last five days.
If iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak tool will truly come before the WWC event, it might be too late, because Apple is rumored to unveil its upcoming iOS 10, which will introduce a standalone HomeKit app, with which developers will create software that communicates with home products.
On the other hand, a while ago, Italian hacker Luca Todesco has said that he was able to jailbreak iOS 9.3 beta 5, but then Apple has fixed most of the security vulnerabilities in iOS 9.3.1 and some believe that hackers won’t release a jailbreak tool for iOS 9.3.2, saying that Apple might have fixed all exploits.
Even Yibada suggested that it’s very difficult to jailbreak iOS 9.3.2 and that hackers will focus on jailbreaking iOS 10, when its betas will start rolling out. Most likely, they will contain bugs and hackers will exploit them in order to get a jailbreak.
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