Sep 05, 2016 04:06 AM EDT
No More 'iOS 9.3 Jailbreak Pangu' Update, 'Apple iOS 10' Jailbreak Released in One Month After iPhone 7 Launch?
There is a reason why Pangu may not be releasing any jailbreak for iOS 9.3.5 because the hacker team will focus on the upcoming major iOS upgrade.
iOS 10 jailbreak Pangu could be released in less than a month after major iOS version is dropped to public?
Apple has a pattern of launching the major iOS upgrade each year and the new iOS version usually drops two days before the next iPhone is in store. It is expected that Pangu will develop iOS 10 jailbreak in less than a month from iPhone 7 launch.
Based on the previous Apple launch schedules, the company held an event for iPhone release and made the device available to public one week after. Based on the previous release of Pangu jailbreaking tools in 2014, the team launched its first jailbreak on October 22nd for iOS 8 that was made to public on September 17th. This pattern will likely be applied on the next iOS 10 jailbreak.
iOS 9.3.4 jailbreak by Pangu could be the last version of jailbreak release
Apple released iOS 9.3.5 which fixed security issues after an intrusion from NSO group who managed to read messages and emails from reporters' Apple devices, GameNGuide reported.
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This means that the 9.3.4 jailbreak Pangu is affected with the security update too. And so far, there is no legit iOS 9.3.5 jailbreak released to public. It is believed that there will be no updated version of jailbreak for that as the world is anticipating the brand new iOS 10.
Many users who want to jailbreak their iDevice, often look up to Pangu's latest updates. The team managed to demo iOS 10 beta 1 security problem at MOSEC event a few months ago. This mean that they are keeping up with the new iOS and jailbreak fans should expect the tool for iOS 10 soon.