The release of iOS 9.3.5/9.3.4 has led many iOS device owners to wonder if there is an upcoming jailbreak for these versions. Perhaps it will be hard to determine if Pangu should be able to release the jailbreak for these new iOS updates. Here are basic facts about the latest jailbreak status of iOS devices.
- Disappointments with the Release of iOS 9.3.4
Jailbreakers are among the most disappointed people who have just experienced the recent release of iOS 9.3.4 after its predecessor just two weeks before it. Basically, the recent release simply focused on the security fixes, including the vulnerabilities being patched after what the Pangu team has done to the iOS 9.2 to 9.3.3 jailbreak. So, there is still no way to have a public jailbreak solution that can be used to deal with this new iOS update.
- Jailbreak Only Available for iOS 9.2-9.3.3
Many have been aware that Pangu has already released the jailbreak available for 64-bit mobile devices under iOS 9.2-9.3.3. For this reason, the jailbreak is only intended for the specified devices running the said versions of the iOS and not for the 9.3.4 or 9.3.5 versions. Nevertheless, it has gained some advantages from the past updates, including support for English language and some streamlined processes making the jailbreak more practical for the average iOS device user.
- Jailbreak 9.3.4 Not Happening Soon
History itself can tell that previous releases just can’t have instant jailbreaks to come quickly after that, if ever there is any. The next big thing though is the release of the iOS 10, not the iOS 9.3.4 jailbreak, to be launched in the first couple of weeks of September. This could mean a lot for jailbreak proponents who are working on this to provide a better experience for regular iOS device owners.
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