Apple recently made its fourth beta to the forthcoming iOS 9.3.2 public, fixing a bug associated with the Game Center and the potential to enable Night Shift and Low Power Mode. These tools will give people the ability to read content at night without taking up a lot of power or bothering their eyes.
While iOS 9.3.2 is on the horizon, jailbreaking tools are still waiting for the jailbreak tool, which is thought to be released before the annual WWDC (Worldwide Developer’s Conference).
When Apple released iOS 9 in September 2015, a team of hackers from Pangu was able to develop a jailbreaking tool for iOS 9.1 by March. But, Apple has managed to patch these vulnerabilities, leaving hackers with little to work with. Today, TaiG and Pangu have opted to keep mum about any new jailbreaking tool releases. However, there are rumors that they’re going to offer an iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak tool before the WWDC.
And, if this happens, it may be a little too late since Apple is set to unveil its new iOS 10, introducing the HomeKit app, which will ensure software can be created that will link up to home products.
Luca Todesco, an Italian hacker, said he actually broke the iOS 9.3 beta 5, but that Apple has repaired the critical security weaknesses in iOS 9.3.1. Some folks feel hackers are not going to release a jailbreak tool for the iOS 9.3.2 since Apple could have fixed all its exploits.
In fact, Yibada said it may be hard for jailbreakers to break the iOS 9.3.2 software and that they actually may be putting their attention on iOS 10 and jailbreaking it when the beta starts coming out. Chances are they’re going to be loaded with bugs that hackers can then exploit to develop a jailbreak tool.
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