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iOS 10.3 Jailbreak Latest Update: Pangu and TaiG Working Silently To Jailbreak The iOS 10.3 [VIDEO]

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iOS 10.3 Jailbreak Latest Update: Pangu and TaiG Working Silently To Jailbreak The iOS 10.3
Pangu and TaiG hacking groups are silently working on an iOS 10.3 jailbreak tool.
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Pangu and TaiG hacking groups are silently working on an iOS 10.3 jailbreak tool. The hacking groups are not telling jailbreak fans anything yet for the reason that they don't want to give hints to Apple about how they will jailbreak the mobile operating system. Nonetheless, the jailbreak makers are having a tough time getting through the codes of the most recent iOS.

Although the Cupertino-based tech giant has managed to release a very secure iOS 10 version and jailbreakers have been struggling to hack the mobile operating system since September 2016, Pangu and TaiG are silently working on an iOS 10 jailbreak tool. Pangu and TaiG hacking groups might surprise iOS fans once the iOS 10.3 jailbreak tool will be released to the public, Donklephant reported.

Nevertheless, Apple is now working on a strong encryption with the Apple File System (APFS) that will protect the iOS 10.3 even better compared to the previous versions. Wherein, hackers and jailbreakers are having a tough time breaching the codes of the most recent iOS version.

It is obvious that the Apple File System is doing a mighty fine job of protecting the tech giant. Aside from protecting Apple's mobile operating system better, AFPS will also allow for a single code base to be developed and maintained.

A number of media outlets are claiming that Apple's iOS 10.3 version is nearly impenetrable when it comes to being jailbroken. Even the famous Italian iOS hacker, Luca Todesco, had a tough time making the iOS 10.3 jailbreak tool. This alone is enough reason to conclude that making an iOS 10.3 jailbreak tool is very unlikely, Redmond Pie reported.

That being the case, what jailbreak users can do for now is to downgrade their iOS devices into the previous version. Nonetheless, it might only be a matter of time before the Cupertino-based tech company addresses this issue, pushing iOS device users to make do with official iOS versions.

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