After well-known developer iH8sn0w successfully jailbroken the iOS 10, many users believe hackers will be able to see exploits for iOS 9.3.2. At the recently concluded MOSET 2016 event in Shanghai, Chinese hacking team Pangu announced they will release new jailbreak next week.
When an audience member asked one of the developers from Team Pangu about the possibility of iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak, the reply was the tool will be released publicly next week, as per report from Forbes. With a short timescale, many tech experts believe Team Pangu wants to immediately release new jailbreak tool before the iOS 9.3.3 version become available publicly.
iOS 9.3.2 is the latest mobile operating system that is available for iPad and iPhone users. Apple is now working for the fourth beta version of iOS 9.3.3, which might be released publicly very soon.
We previously mentioned iH8sn0w successfully jailbroken the upcoming iOS 10. He also posted a video on Youtube to prove his achievement. It shows the jailbroken iOS 10 is installed in 2012's iPhone 5. The hacker has not yet announced if his iOS 10 jailbreak tool will become available to everyone.
Interestingly, Superphen blog said Team Pangu has Cydia which is running on iOS 10. The publication also said the team is frequently using the app. If the rumors are true, the team might release both iOS 10 and iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak next week.
For now, the last major jailbreak is for iOS 9.0-9.0.2 system, which is also from Team Pangu. They released a minor tool for iOS 9.1 earlier this year, but it has instabilities and system bugs.
Take note that the news about the release of iOS 9.3.2 next week is only a rumour and nothing has been confirmed yet.
For the part of Apple, it has been turning up its security system so that hackers and jailbreak developers would not be able to penetrate it. The improved security has made the latest iOS version harder to jailbreak. The jailbreak for iOS 9.0-9.0.2 system was released October last year, and since then, hacking groups did not release any new major tool again.
Readers are advised to be cautious on tech websites that claim they have the latest jailbreak software. These tools mostly likely contain malwares that could destroy Apple devices.
Stay tuned with Gospel Herald for more update about Apple iOS jailbreaks.