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WWDC is just around the corner and at this event, Apple will reveal the upcoming software updates, so there are low chances to find out more details about the upcoming MacBook Pro 2016 tablet. However, one of the announcements will be made about iOS 10, which will come installed on the iPhone 7 that will be released in September, but even if the new operating system will be made available to testers soon, groups of hackers TaiG and Pangu will still be able to release a new iOS 9 jailbreak. Rumors say that this could happen before WWDC.

In less than a week will kick off WWDC 2016 event and Tech Times has reported that TaiG and Pangu teams of hackers won’t wait until then to release iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak, but we can’t guarantee that this will really happen. The information could prove to be wrong and many jailbreak fans will be disappointed, but we’re not willing to ruin their hopes yet.

On the other hand, Forbes already reported that the latest beta version of iOS has been jailbroken and the person who managed to do that could be the Italian developer Luca Todesco that ITPRO has talked about. If he found vulnerabilities in the first beta of iOS 9.3.3, maybe the other hackers have found them as well and they’ll use them to create a jailbreak for the last iOS 9 update, before the arrival of iOS 10.

Unfortunately, Luca Todesco will not release his method for the public usage and we’ll rely on TaiG and Pangu to make the first step. We remind you that Apple has released iOS 9.3.2 with a serious issue for 9.7 iPad Pros, as users were getting an Error 56 message which bricked their tablets (they were prompted to connect to iTunes and when they rebooted their devices, nothing happened). The two teams of hackers had to wait until Apple re-released the update for the affected tablets because they didn’t want to take risks by releasing a jailbreak tool that could completely brick idevices.