July 1st, 2016 – In Grand Kempinski hotel, in Shanghai, China. Mobile Security Conference (MOSEC) 2016 ends by delivering many new exciting announcements. Pangu finally showcased working jailbreak on iOS 10 Beta 1, confirming that new Jailbreak Pangu Tool is in works and will likely be releasing very soon, within a week or two.
iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak was never been easier to actually make it happen due its highly secured/encrypted codes. The team showed a demo on stage for explaining the reasons for Jailbreak delay.
With the recent activities from many Jailbreak developers around the world. It looks like iOS 10 is much more easier to jailbreak due to Apple’s temporary Un-Encrypted Kernel in Beta versions for Developers. We can now expect early iOS 10 untethered jailbreaks for Beta versions.
The main thing now to highlight out is a new “iOS version 9.3.3” is releasing soon and it is confirmed that 9.3.3 update contains more Anti-Jailbreak files are embedded into this new update. Moreover Apple will stop signing iOS 9.3.2 soon after a new update which will again put users to a question whether to update or not.
If you are one among the huge fans of Jailbreaking and want to get it soon after its being released then we suggest you to stay on iOS 9.3.2, ignoring the upcoming updates. Users who are getting some issues with iOS 9.3.2 or others who updated their devices through setting app (OTA Update) must restore their device to iOS 9.3.2 through iTunes. Fresh install 9.3.2 version before Apple releases next update or Jailbreak comes out.
Reportedly, upcoming untethered jailbreak will run smooth on the devices which are updated or restored through iTunes Mac or Windows Software. So, backup your device, Restore it and get it ready for Jailbreak.
Stay Tuned for more updates.