With rumors spreading that jailbreak tools for iOS 9.3.2 and iOS 9.3.3 might be released soon by the popular hacking group, Pangu, the jailbreak scene that was gone quiet for some time has suddenly started bustling again.
During the Mobile Security Conference (MOSEC) that was held in China earlier this July, Pangu had boasted a demonstration of a successful iOS 10 jailbreak, which made many people to believe that the group also has jailbreak tools for iOS 9.3.2 and iOS 9.3.3, which might be released very soon. However, the hacker team has not announced any official confirmation on these updates, and users are yet to hear the release date straight from the group. It is also said that Pangu might participate in the upcoming Black Hat USA 2016 security conference and will possibly release a jailbreak tool for the iOS 9.3.3 by the end of July, with rumors actually implying that it will happen in the first week of August.
This is supported with the speculations that Pangu has already shifted focus to iOS 9.3.3 from iOS 9.3.2, which is obvious considering that the latter contains critical vulnerabilities and bugs that could have posed security threats if it was jailbroken. This is why many people believe that the group might have decided to directly release an iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak.
As you can see, several hackers have claimed to have created a jailbreak tool for iOS 9.3.x, though none of them actually released such. There are only a few fake jailbreaks and promises.
As of now, it would seem that our only hope is the Chinese hacking group, or we will have to wait for the iOS 10 jailbreak instead. Amidst the rumored release of iOS 9.3.3, perhaps the new features are just saved for the iOS 10.
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