Jun 21, 2017 05:13 AM EDT
iOS 10.3.1 Jailbreak News: Reported Jailbreak Release In August Could Be In Different Release Direction [VIDEO]
One of the jailbreak community's hottest topics is jailbreaking the iOS 10.3.1 as well as the latest iOS 10.3.2 version. But, while several jailbreak fans believe that there will be a jailbreak tool to be released in August, there's a possibility that jailbreak fans might be looking at a different direction for a jailbreak release.
Apple Inc. has been strengthening their mobile operating system. Wherein, the tech giant made the iOS 10.3.1 version impossible to exploit. This adds to the fact that iOS jailbreak makers are having a difficult time to launch a tool, Blorge reported.
Nonetheless, the Pangu hacking group is expected to take the stage at the Mobile Security Conference (MOSEC) 2017 event. The jailbreak maker is anticipated to discuss the privacy problems as well as exploits on iOS 10.3. Also, Italian hacker Luca Todesco is said to be one of the resource speakers during the event.
But, there is one thing that is bothering the jailbreak fans, Apple Inc. is said to be one of Pangu's clients in its corporate entity with highly experienced security experts, dubbed as the Pangu Lab. Reports are claiming that the Cupertino based tech giant paid Pangu a huge sum of money for not releasing the iOS 10.3.1 jailbreak tool.
In spite of that, the Pangu hacking team recently rolled out the zJailbreaking tool, which is available to Apple device users. Pangu's zJailbreaking tool is reportedly the only solution for the iOS 10.3.1 as well as the iOS 10.3. Apple device users can download and install the zJailbreaking tool by using the Cydia Lite, Blasting News reported.
Pangu's jailbreaking tool might be the only solution for the jailbreak community. Although Apple device users can easily download and install Pangu's jailbreak tool, it still requires experience and time, as it can lead to corrupting the entire mobile operating system.
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