Jun 23, 2017 08:50 AM EDT
Jailbreak fans have been waiting for an update regarding Apple's iOS 10.3.2. What the jailbreak community probably isn't aware of is that the upcoming jailbreak update will depend on several factors before the tool meets its inception. Nonetheless, as the Mobile Security Conference (MOSEC) 2017 is just around the corner, the iOS 10.3.1 or iOS 10.3.2 jailbreak tool might be launched during the event.
Reports are mounting up on the internet claiming that next iOS jailbreak tool is going to depend on most important factors. As Apple decided to finalize the iOS 10.3.3 update and if the changes are implemented, the tech giant's move could automatically make the jailbreak update useless. However, that seems far from taking place as the tech company is focusing to launch the iOS 11 update in the market, Telegiz reported.
Also, as the security researcher Adam Donenfeld reported an exploit from Apple that made things even more complicated. If Donenfeld did not report the exploit, the jailbreak tool would have arrived sooner. In addition, the Cupertino based tech giant is speculated to release an unbreakable iOS update sometime in August.
Nevertheless, as the MOSEC 2017 event is up on June 23, the jailbreak community is expecting the iOS 10.3.1 or iOS 10.3.2 jailbreak tool to launch on the event as well. This year's MOSEC event gets even better for jailbreak fans as Luca Todesco will take the stage to discuss topics in line with iOS jailbreaking. The famous Italian iOS hacker is said to discuss weaknesses and attack techniques on Apple's iOS which leads to jailbreaks.
As the famous security expert Liang Chen (founder of Tencent's Keen Labs) and some of the most respected security experts from other countries will be present at the event, this could indicate that the focus of the event will be on jailbreaking iOS. In spite of that, the jailbreak community is hoping that these experts will collaborate in making an iOS 10 jailbreak tool, 1Red Drop reported.
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