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Jun 15, 2017 11:01 AM EDT

iOS 10.3.1 Jailbreak Update: As Apple Is About To Launch iOS 11, iOS 10.3.1 Jailbreak May Come Out Soon [VIDEO]


Apple Inc. made the iOS 11 available to developers. The new Apple mobile operating system will soon roll out to the public, which could indicate that the days of iOS 10.3.1 are numbered. However, several iOS device users are still hoping for an iOS 10.3.1 jailbreak tool.

The iOS 10.3.1 jailbreak tool has not come out yet, and the tool may never will. But, jailbreak fans kept their fingers crossed for a possible crack from the Pangu hacking team.

Nonetheless, as Apple is rolling out the iOS 11 soon, it could indicate that an iOS 10.3 jailbreak tool may come out soon. Wherein, Apple's latest mobile operating system may be launched alongside the highly anticipated iPhone 8, probably around September, The Sun reported.

But, a member of the Pangu hacking team was spotted with a jailbroken iPhone 7 that was running on iOS 10.3.1. iOS device users anticipated that the Pangu hacking team will launch a jailbreak tool in the coming weeks. As jailbreak fans are expecting Pangu's iOS 10.3.1 jailbreak tool, the tool is supposed to be available during the time that the tech giant launched the iOS 11 beta, Blasting News reported.

Several iOS device users are claiming that Pangu is seriously taking into consideration creating an iOS 10.3.1 jailbreak tool. It has been said that the Chinese hacking group is expected to release the jailbreak tool sometime in June.

In spite of that, the latest iOS 11 operating system will have a Do Not Disturb While Driving Mode, a feature that hides notifications while the user is behind the wheel. The feature utilizes a Bluetooth or Wifi to figure out how quickly a person is moving and if a person attempts to view their screen while in motion. Meanwhile, those who are using iOS 11 on their iPad will be able to drag and drop files between apps and can use file managers, such as Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive and iCloud.

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