If you are interested in jailbreaking the iOS 9.3.2, there’s good news. The tool for jailbreaking might soon be available within a matter of a week.
MOSET Event (Mobile Security Conference)
iOS 10 has already succumbed to jailbreaking and this has given a lot of hope to those hoping for a tool to jailbreak the iOS 9 as well. There are exciting rumors regarding the upcoming tool, which surfaced in the MOSET event for this year held at Shanghai. This is an event that is hosted partly by the Pangu team, a Chinese team that is responsible for offering jailbreaking techniques. Most of the focus was on the iOS 10, as it is to be released some time later in 2016. They have broken the iOS 10,though there has not been any public tool released. According to Forbes, Pangu will offer the new tool anytime from the 4th of July to the 8th of July.
Tool for 9.3.2
During the event someone in the audience raised a question regarding the jailbreaking of iOS 9.3.2. One of the members of the team answered that the tool would soon be released and it was just a matter of one week. It is exciting to note that there is a possibility for such a tool in case of the iOS 9.3.2. Secondly, it is exciting to note that the tool will be coming within a matter of a week. The 9.3.2 is the newest version of the iOS software available to users now. The next 9.3.3 version is still in the beta stage. This means that the team would like to release the tool before the new version comes to users.
Another proof showing that the jailbreak for 9.3.2 will arrive soon is that Pangu’s statement saying that there were exploits present in the software version, allowing entry points to his team on which they could work. However, the release schedule has not been announced, except for Stephen Chan, a blogger, who reported that the jailbreak could arrive within a week.
Rumors Not Concrete
Those who would like to upgrade to the next version might be in a bit of a problem. Should they upgrade or not? If users werejailbroken at present, it would be better not to upgrade for the present. These are only rumors and not concrete news. If the user has a device that is not jailbroken and is using an older iOS version on his phone, there is no chance of any major release for it. Major releases will only be available for the iOS 9.3.2 and onward. Those who badly want to access the new features can consider an upgradation to the iOS 9.3.2.
Work Under Way
In order to prove that work is indeed under way for offering unlocking tools in case of the iPhones and the iPad devices, the team presented Cydia, which is running on the iOS 10, beta version. From this, it can be inferred that the Pangu team is attempting to jailbreak the iOS 10 version, as soon as it gets finalized by the company.