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Apple has already come up with its iOS 9.3.5 update and which rendered 9.3.5 jailbreak tool useless, according to some members of jailbreak community. It also meant that users will not be able to upgrade nor downgrade to the OS.

Be that as it may, it still pays to look back and talk a look at what might have been, if only for the purpose of discussion. Moreover, it is always interesting to read about how hackers and researchers try to prove that iOS is not as secure as Apple claims it to be.



Chinese programming team in the iOS community, Pangu, is one of the most respected and popular groups that come up with jailbreak tools. Although the team had already decided not to continue with the tool to focus more on iOS 10 then, it still did not keep people from hoping for the team to deliver.

On backing up your data before using jailbreak

Whether you are planning to jailbreak your device soon or in the future, the reminder that you need to backup your data is of utmost importance. While iTunes can backup all the data on your device every time you plug it in, it is wise to backup your iPhone, iTouch or iPad before proceeding with the jailbreak process. By doing so, you can easily restore them. Run a sync so your device will back up the files in our device by default.

Another important thing to note is that for the jailbreak process to start, you need to update your device to the version you want to jailbreak. The update process can be done in two ways. One is via an OTA (over-the-air) update and the other one is via iTunes.

In case there will still be a use for an iOS jailbreak 9.3.5 Pangu for compatible devices, there are certain factors to take note of.

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