For people looking forward to an iOS jailbreak, the iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak is thought to be released relatively soon.
The rumor is the result of a demonstration that Pangu, an infamous hacker group, showcased during the 2016 Mobile Security Conference, held earlier in July. Pangu demonstrated that they had already jailbroken the iOS 10 developer beta version. It’s a remarkable feat since the software development company had said the version was far more secure and difficult to break than its earlier versions.
For that reason, many folks are under the impression that Pangu has developed an iOS 9.3.2 jailbreaking tool – perhaps even one for 9.3.3. It’s thought that if they’ve broken iOS 10, then they must have broken the earlier versions as well.
There’s no word on when this will actually happen. Rumors have circulated that it’ll be sooner than later, but nothing definite as of right now.
Of course, the reality is that Pangu has managed to jailbreak iOS 10, which is great for users of the iPhone, iPad and iPod since it’s been quite some time since the community has gotten any worthwhile jailbreaking tool. The last one to be released was in March, and it was for the iOS 9.1 software. It wasn’t useful for many folks since most had upgraded to the newer iOS versions and unable to downgrade from them. Only those users who had yet to upgrade or purchased pre-owned iOS 9.1 running devices were able to take advantage of it.
Should there be a 9.3.2 jailbreaking tool in the near future, it’ll be the first one in some time that a tool would be available for the latest most used iOS version.
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