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A jailbroken iPhone or any Apple device can be considered really cool, except when you ask anyone from Apple. After all, the company dead set on cracking down any form of jailbreaking, going as far as not signing specific firmware.But imagine the many things you can do with Cydia on your Apple device, the many illegitimate apps that you can download and use.

It’s no wonder that people are going through great lengths just to jailbreak their iPhone, whether through hacking or using shortcuts, such asJailbreakMe. But there are instances when jailbreak is only remotely possible or even really impossible.

To this day, iOS 9.3.1 jailbreak remains a rumor. And, iOS 9.3.2 is likely to follow suit. But even if an iOS 9.3.2 Jailbreak will come out, it might be too late.

Recent reports say that iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak might be released before WWDC, but Apple is also set to announce the launch of iOS 10 during the annual event.

This leaves people in a bit of a predicament. Should they wait for the jailbreak or wait for iOS 10 and then upgrade?

If the new OS update beats the jailbreak, more people are likely to upgrade, with just a few users left. By then, it could be too late.

But who will get to the finish line first?

Jailbreaking teams Pangu and TaiG have yet to announce about a new jailbreak, which could mean that iOS 10 would come out first.

But wait, isn’t Apple supposed to launch iOS 9.3.2 first, so hackers have something to jailbreak? They have yet to announce that too. But rumor has it, that Apple is likely to skip iOS 9.3.2 because there are already talks about jailbreaks circulating, even when the iOS has yet to be released.

So what exactly is going on in the Apple sphere?

Fact 1: Apple has yet to launch iOS 9.3.2 to the universe, but might think against it because of jailbreak rumors.

Fact 2: iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak is not yet available, but might be released before or at the same time as Apple’s annual Worldwide Developer’s Conference (WWDC).

Fact 3: Apple is set to release iOS 10 during WWDC.

Looking at the chain of events, it is more than possible that iOS 9.3.2 will be cancelled out. Along with it the corresponding jailbreak version. Whatever happens, some people would come out happy, while others would wish for something different to happen.

In the meantime, keep hoping for the best.