Although Apple recently released the iOS 9.3.2 update, the jailbreak community is waiting for TaiG or Pangu to come up with a jail for the iOS 9.3, 9.3.1 or 9.3.2. Back in March, Pangu released the jailbreaking tool for iOS 9.1; but, since that time, things haven’t been hopping. And, users are not sure if they should stay with the iOS 9.1 jailbroken tool or go ahead and install the latest iOS versions.
Before Apple released iOS 9.3.2, it had released four betas. The problem, developers found, were the numerous bugs and glitches in them – bugs and glitches that couldn’t be easily patched. For instance, iPad Pro users were subjected to the Error 56 code, which prompted them to connect to iTunes. If the devices were restarted the message came back and they couldn’t do a thing.
This made Apple pull the iPad Pro update, but not for the remaining iDevices. This means iOS 9.3.2 is not stable and there’s no current jailbreaking tool for it.
If Apple ends up unveiling the iOS 10 at WWDC, it would make the iOS 9.3.2 useless since people will have just weeks to bask in its glory before 10 is released to the worldwide public. Developers are hoping to stop hacking team from being able to jailbreak iOS 10, using reinforced security measures. Apple has not announced it’s going to do that.
For the moment, hackers have yet to make an iOS 9.3.2 jailbreaking tool public because they fear they may brick devices. They’d rather wait to see if Apple developers will come up with the present glitches.
Apple noted via its website that iOS 9.3.2. repairs the problem where some Bluetooth accessories could have issues with audio quality when it’s connected to the iPhone SE, or when conducting research on dictionary definitions or keep email addresses from being typed in when the Japanese Kana keyboard is used and a host of other issues.
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