Now that Apple has got to grips with the issues surrounding iOS 9.3.2 and it has been stable for some time, there is a growing impatience in the Jailbreaking community for a stable jailbreak of the iOS variant. For a long time now, people have been waiting patiently for the like of TaiG and PanGu to come up with something positive. As for far too long, there has been fake jailbreak after fake jailbreak, so it is about time that the jailbreak community is rewarded for its patience!
iOS 9.3.2 Jailbreak is Being Worked On
Even though there is a lot of impatience coming from the jailbreak community, those who have been voicing their concerns of late need to know. That the likes of Taig and PanGu are still working hard to produce something that will work stably. However, Apple has not made the process any easier, as it constantly looks to improve upon its code and remove anything that could be exploitable.
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It is possible that there could soon be a jailbreak for iOS 9.3.2, but it is just as likely if Apple releases the final version prior to the 1st of July that we could see an iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak.
PanGu JailBreak Release Date
You may be wondering why July 1st, is such an important date? It was recently reported by CrossMap, that the PanGu team could be about to release a jailbreak on that date.
This stems from the fact that the team has sent out invites to a security conference, which will be held on that date (July 1st). And because of that, there are rumors doing the rounds, which suggest that the team could be about to announce a jailbreak for iOS 9.3.2/iOS 9.3.3.
Don’t Get too Excited
Whilst these rumors could have the potential to be real if you were to look at how the PanGu team goes about its business. It would be clear to see, that they do not usually announce jailbreaks at such public events. So, don’t get too excited as this could just turn out to be another disappointment.
PanGu and Taig Working Hard
As far as rumors go, I like to see more substance, than someone is doing this and it will be launched on that date. So, I was overwhelmed when I came across a recent report of Neorogadget, which suggested that both TaiG and the PanGu teams are working on upcoming jailbreak releases.
According to the report, both PanGu and TaiG are working on jailbreak tools for the last stable version of iOS. However, and this is where the report became a little murky. Apparently, there is the chance that both teams will abandon working on iOS 9.3.2 and iOS 9.3.3 in favor of jailbreaking iOS. If this was to be true, I can understand why because it was only last week that I reported on the fact that iOS 10 has been found to be buggy. Due to it having kernel issues, which lead to security problems.
iOS 10 Beta 1 Jailbreakable?
Sticking with iOS 10 Beta 1, since its launch I have written a few different articles about it. Which include how to install iOS 10 without having access to a developer account and how to downgrade from iOS 10 to iOS 9.3.2 or 9.3.3 if you find it to be unstable.
However, as far a true jailbreak for iOS 10 and the earlier iOS 9.3.2 and iOS 9.3.3 are concerned all I can say is be patient and keep your ears and eyes peeled on the 1st of July. Fingers crossed, with the PanGu event we will see a Jailbreak announcement very soon!