May 12, 2017 05:00 AM EDT
Pangu Jailbreaking Team Plans To Roll Out iOS 10.3.1 Jailbreak Tool After May 15; Yalu102 Pitched In New Tweaks VIDEO]
Following Pangu team's alleged demonstration of a jailbroken iPhone 7 running on iOS 10.3, reports are spreading on the internet that the Pangu team will release a jailbreak tool that works on iOS 10.3 and 10.3.1 versions at the start of May. Although it did not happen, jailbreak tool fans are hoping that the Pangu jailbreak tool will finally be available anytime after May 15.
Recently surfaced reports are claiming that the Pangu jailbreaking team plans to roll out the iOS 10.3.1 jailbreak tool (dubbed as Janus) once Apple unleashes the iOS 10.3.2. There's a possibility that the jailbreaking team wanted to test their tool on Apple's latest iOS 10.3.2 version. That could be the reason why Pangu will roll out the iOS 10 jailbreak tool after the release of the latest iOS version, Blorge reported.
It can be assumed that the Chinese jailbreaking team deliberately delayed their next jailbreak tool as Apple's iOS 10.3.2 is still in beta 5. Apple's mobile operating system will become official this week since it's impossible that iOS 11 will be unveiled on June 5 at the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2017, Gotta Be Mobile reported.
Nonetheless, the likely scenario will be, the Cupertino based tech giant will make the iOS 10.3.2 official between May 15 and May 29. Thus, the release date of the Pangu iOS 10.3 jailbreak tool will come out after May 15.
Meanwhile, Yalu102 has pitched in new tweaks that can help Yalu102 jailbreak users track the time remaining to update the iOS 10 jailbreak. The Yalu jailbreak tool for iOS expires in every 7 days and iOS device users have to download the tool every time from their PCs. However, the recent Yalu102 jailbreak tweak will allow iOS device users to know the exact time remaining to re-process the tool. The time tracking tweak is dubbed as CertRemainTime, and is up for grabs on Cydia's BigBoss Repo as a free package, WCCF Tech reported.
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