Jailbreak lovers have been waiting in vain as Apple is working on resolving bugs and security issues in iOS 9.3 while no jailbreak release has happened since a long time. iOS 9.3.2 is being tested by developers and public testers, and the firmware is expected to be released this month itself. However, there’s no concrete news about the iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak yet.
Apple is preparing for the WWDC 2016 (Worldwide Developers Conference) that will be held from 13th to 17th June in San Francisco, California. The company will be unveiling the next version of OS X (Mac OS) and iOS at the event. A report by EcumenicalNews suggests that we could get an iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak release before the event kicks off on 13th of next month.
It is being said that Pangu and TaiG teams are still trying to create a jailbreak tool for iOS 9.3.2. If one of them gets successful, they will release the iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak tool for download only after iOS 9.3.2 final version is released to the public by Apple. But isn’t it possible that Apple might have patched a lot of security exploits in iOS 9.3.2? Well, there’s always a possibility, and if that has happened, then we should move on from iOS 9.3.2.
However, a Neurogadget report suggests otherwise. It says that if someone has found an iOS 9.3 jailbreak, it will work for iOS 9.3.1 as well, and possibly for iOS 9.3.2 too. That’s because Apple hasn’t made any great changes in the firmware from the security point of view. So if no security vulnerabilities have been patched, then there could still be the hope of getting an iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak.
Do note that Italian hacker Luca Todesco had claimed earlier that he had jailbroken iOS 9.3 beta 5. But the hacker did not release it either because it was a lie or he wanted to sell it off to a security firm for monetary gains, which every hardworking security researcher deserves.
So here’s the completely story so far- if there’s an iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak, it will be released most likely before the second week of June. If iOS 9.3.2 is too hard to be jailbroken, then we should move on and wait for iOS 10 jailbreak. When Apple rolls out the iOS 10 betas, hackers will have a new, buggy firmware to find exploits in, and it would be easier to find a jailbreak for it.
That’s all we can say now. We’ll keep you updated in case any new report comes up, so stay tuned.