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Pangu To Unleash iOS 10.3.1 Jailbreak Soon, Jailbreak Tool Will Prevent Apple From Plugging Security Holes [VIDEO]

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As iOS jailbreak fans await the next successful jailbreak from known hackers like Luca Todesco, Pangu and TaiG, Apple recently released the iOS 10.3.2 beta version to address the software issues. Nonetheless, Apple is said to be using the Pangu hacking team to lure people into upgrading to iOS 10.3.1.

The Cupertino based tech giant is said to be using hacker team Pangu to lure tech fans into upgrading to iOS 10.3.1. The tech company did it with no intention of allowing the hacking team to release their iOS 10.3.1 jailbreak after iOS 10.3.2 rolls out, 1 Red Drop reported.

iOS device users who have not updated to iOS 10.3.1 are advised to hold off doing so until the iOS 10.3.1 jailbreak tool is actually released. Also, iOS device users who want to jailbreak should certainly refrain from updating to iOS 10.3.2 as well as iOS 10.3.1.

Nevertheless, as Apple's iOS 10.3.2 is now available, the iOS 10.3.1 jailbreak tool is said to roll out soon, and the jailbreak tool will prevent the tech giant from plugging the security holes that the hacking team was able to manipulate. iOS device users are expected to benefit from the jailbreak tool even before the tech company shuts off the possibilities of jailbreaking. The devices that are likely compatible with the PanGu iOS 10.3.1 jailbreak tool include iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 6, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPad Mini 3 and iPad Air among others.

On the contrary, the Cupertino based tech titan has made improvements to its mobile operating system as well as its devices over the years. The tech giant's new devices have improved and developed software, which makes it more difficult to jailbreak, Blorge reported.

New versions of the iOS also have tighter security and fewer exploits for jailbreak makers to use. This could indicate that iOS device users should not expect to see iOS 10's untethered jailbreak anytime soon. The tech giant has every reason to put an end to the jailbreak community.

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