Recently, Pangu – a tech site that develops iOS jailbreaking tools – showcased the iPhone 6/6S jailbreaker.
At the same time, Stephen Chan stated that Pangu made a demonstration of Cydia running on iOS 10 beta at the Mobile Security Conference (MOSEC) event. This implies that the company might be working on an iOS 10 jailbreak tool.
Right now, the latest jailbreaking tool supposedly announced by Pnagu is designed for the first betas of the iOS 9.3.3 and is presumed to work on the final OS build as well. So far it’s not available because the jailbreak developers are waiting for the final iOS 9.3 build.
This is due to the fact that Apple usually solves security problems related to their software via betas so it wouldn’t make sense for the jailbreak tool makers to show of how their apps and give Apple a chance to fix whatever security flaws the OS has, thus rendering the jaibreakers ineffective when the final version of the OS comes out.
Some reports from the Mobile Security Conference event regarding the questions that were answered by Pangu representatives suggest that they claimed that the iOS 9.3.2 will be released soon.
However, because MOSEC is a Chinese event and there is the question regarding the proper translation of the news surrounding the conferences and demonstration, some tech analysts believe that whatever reports were published were lies made up by the same people that usually distribute dangerous software or apps under the jailbreaker name.
The truth is that Pangu hasn’t published anything regarding a iOS 9.2 jailbreaking tool for some months and, as a result, most iOS users who want to get the most of their Apple devices have to use the iOS 9.1 jaibreaker.
Jailbreakers are applications that remove software restrictions imposed by iOS, thus allowing a user to download apps, themes or extensions that cannot be procured through the Apple Store.
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