In eight days will kick off the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference that will take place in San Francisco, and the company will have many announcements to make. Among them will be the new operating system, iOS 10, OS X 10.12, as well as the new versions of tvOS and watchOS. If Apple will decide to launch the first beta of iOS 10 soon, is there any point in bringing an iOS 9.3.2? TaiG and Pangu are the most popular teams of hackers, but none of them has said anything about the jailbreak status for iOS 9.3.2.
There’s nothing more frustrating than seeing Apple releasing new iOS updates and to wait for hackers to release a jailbreak tool. Unfortunately, it’s very hard to find vulnerabilities and to exploit them in order to create a jailbreak and fans wait even months until a new jailbreak is available.
Apple has released iOS 9.3.2 on May 16, with the option to use both Night Shift and Low Power Mode simultaneously, and it came with a fix for the bug that caused iPhone SE devices to have audio problems when paired with Bluetooth headsets. But this update bricked many 9.7-inch iPad Pros, because of the Error 56 that prevented owners to use them. A few days ago, Apple has re-released iOS 9.3.2 (13F72) especially for the affected iPad Pros, and during this time, hackers weren’t able to make a move and to release a jailbreak for iOS 9.3.2, because they didn’t want to risk and brick all devices.
So, for now, iOS 9.3.2 can’t be jailbroken, so users can’t install Cydia on iOS 9.2 – 9.3.2 devices, so if your iPhone is running on iOS 9.1, don’t upgrade yet! However, someone has managed to jailbreak iOS 9.3.2, but he’s not willing to release the tool. We’re talking about Italian Developer Luca Todesco, who had other achievements before, but he didn’t want to release the tools because he’s not encouraging piracy. He also jailbroke the first beta of the upcoming iOS 9.3.3.
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