iOS 9 Jailbreak Update – 9.3.2 Jailbreak May Not Really Necessary Said Experts
In the previous week, we reported that TaiG and Pangu are likely to release a new jailbreak for iOS 9 before the WWDC this June in San Francisco, California, but the event has already kicked off a couple of days ago, and we still haven’t heard any news from the two hacking team yet. Recently, a new report right ahead of the developers conference claimed that Pangu has sent out invitations to a special event in 1st of July that could be related to the iOS 9.3.2 and iOS 9.3.3 jailbreaks.
However, with the said gathering still several weeks away, many apple Apple users admitted to have begun to realize that they do not really need a jailbreak.
A recent Science World Report offers some compelling reasons why it is the case, noting that iOS jailbreaks brings down the barrier of the original iOS phone, allowing owners of jailbroken iPhone to enjoy the perks for free but risking too high a price.
Indeed, while jailbreaking allows you to bypass the Digital Rights Management restrictions set by your phone’s developer for security reasons and enables you to run unauthorized software, tweak your OS and even give you root level access, it can open the flood gates for malicious attack. Not to mention, jailbreaking voids your device’s warranty to Apple. You’ll be pretty much on your phone accidentally gets broken for some reasons.
So, do you still want the iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak if it does get fully developed? That is something you should decide on until Pangu’s July event.
Pangu aside, recent reports from MobiPicker said that GSMagic Team will be the one to release the most anticipated jailbreak, pointing out the fact that GSMagic has made lots of post on Twitter related to the anticipated iOS 9 jailbreak release. Reports also claimed that the slated June 10 release announced by TaiG and Pangu was fake as evidenced by its failure to show up before Apple’s annual five-day long Worldwide Developer’s Conference this month.
As of writing, the most up to date iPhone jailbreak is the iOS 9.3.1 which was released a couple of months ago. The many iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak tools circulating online cannot be trusted to be legit. So, just enjoy the iOS 9.3.1 and all its perks right now. Perhaps, it would help to remember that it is not possible to downgrade to iOS 9.3.1 jailbreak after you have upgraded to iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak, so be careful with what you download.
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