There was a glimmer of hope for iOS fans out there when the untethered version of the iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak was presented on a YouTube video. This has proven that there is indeed a working version of that firmware. The sad thing though is that the developer has not shared a tool or a website that can provide such that could cater to the needs of restless iOS fans.
A good thing though is that there is a beta version of the iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak. However, it is not yet fully functional as the Cydia app will not work to its fullest potential as of the moment. Unfortunately, the reason why iOS users are becoming so much restless is that there is no solid proof that they are getting their hands on that update ever.
For avid users of Apple devices though, it is not the end of the world. This is because you can still downgrade to a lower firmware version and take the working jailbreak to go with it. This could be a much better solution than just wait for the latest iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak to come into play. In fact, this can be so disappointing if you will no longer be able to downgrade to a version with a successful jailbreak.
Perhaps it will make sense if you are going to look forward to the upcoming versions of the firmware that may possibly be released soon. For instance, the release of iOS 10 can be a huge development as they can feature more legitimate improvements that could happen to the latest version of the firmware.
Take note that the iOS 9.3.2 doesn’t have any major improvement to the previous version. So, jailbreaking it can’t make sense as it is better to wait for a much better version and begin to develop from that point onwards.
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