Anybody but Apple is pleased to get a jailbroken iPhone or Apple device. Why not Apple? They’re doing everything they can to stop people from jailbreaking devices even not signing up for certain firmware. However, there are all kinds of things you can do with Cydia; all the things people can download and use.
No surprise that people are doing what they can to jailbreak their devices whether it was from shortcuts or jacking. However, jailbreaking is hardly possible, but not totally impossible. As of right now, iOS 9.3.1 jailbreak is just a rumor. And, iOS 9.3.2 won’t be too far behind. And, should iOS 9.3.2 have a jailbreak, it may be a bit too late.
According to a number of reports, iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak could be made public before the WWDC, but Apple may also announce the iOS 10 while the event is going on. This could leave a number of folks in a predicament – upgrade when 10’s released or jailbreak the device.
If the latest OS update is released before a jailbreak, then chances are more people will upgrade. And, a jailbreak will be too late. Who’s going to come out on top?
Jailbreaking teams TaiG and Pangu still have made no announcement regarding a jailbreaking tool, and this means iOS 10 is likely to be released first.
Of course, Apple should be launching iOS 9.3.2, giving hackers an opportunity to release a jailbreak. Still… just rumors! Apple will, more than likely, forgo an iOS 9.3.2 since a jailbreaking tool is already being talked about.
What will Apple do?
1 – Apple may launch iOS 9.3.2 eventually, or it may skip it altogether because of all the jailbreaking reports.
2 – iOS 9.3.2 is still not available but could see a release before or roughly the same time period of the Worldwide Developer’s Conference.
3 – Apple will release the iOS 10 software at the WWDC.
There’s potential that the 9.3.2 software will be scrapped as well as any jailbreaking version. Whatever the case may be, some folks will be happy and others…not so much!
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