News involving Apple iOS 9.3.2 Jailbreak is pretty rare these days and the latest rumors suggest that it could be released before Apple’s Worldwide Developer’s Conference. WWDC 2016 is scheduled to start from 13th June and go on till 17th June. Meanwhile, iOS 9.3.2 Beta 4 was recently released for the public testers as well as the developers.
It is also expected that Apple will roll out the complete version of iOS 9.3.2 pretty soon. The last jailbreak tool was released by the Pangu team on 2016 March for iOS 9.1. Sadly, it was deemed useless since the vulnerabilities were patched by Apple in iOS 9.3.1.
Moreover, by the time this jailbreak was released, most users had already updated their device to the latest firmware version. Sadly, there was no way the devices could have been downgraded. TaiG and Pangu are yet to confirm any details regarding iOS 9.3.2 Jailbreak and its release date. Currently, this jailbreak is not really available.
It is expected that when Apple makes iOS 9.3.2 public, this jailbreak will be released. According to Tech Times, this is what Pangu said on its page. It was further confirmed by TaiG that the team is presently working on a jailbreak for iOS 9.3.2.
The developer declared on their page that TaiG9 has begun working on a jailbreak for iOS 9.3.2 while it is in the developer beta phase. Moreover, community testing was imitated for iOS 9.2.1 as well as iOS 9.3.
Both these notable developers are working on a jailbreak for iOS 9.3.2, therefore jailbreak aficionados should start expecting a tool to be released soon. At the same time, a lot of people believe that a jailbreak solution for iOS 9.3.2 will not be released by either of these teams.
This is because Apple has already fixed all the exploits which are used by hackers for modification purposes. At the same time, it has been proved that jailbreaking iOS 9.3.2 is pretty difficult due to which hackers might decide to wait for the release of iOS 10.
When the iOS 10 betas are finally pushed out, they will come with a lot of bugs and glitches. The hacker teams can take advantage of that and bring out a jailbreak.
Meanwhile 9to5Mac noted that it is still possible for us to witness a jailbreak designed for iOS 9.3.x. Hackers might be waiting for iOS 10 release but it would be useless if Apple manages to fix their exploits.
With iOS 9.3.2, Apple is simply placing the finishes touches in order to prepare for iOS 10 launch. All independent developers are currently targeting its release. It will take place immediately after 2016 June WWDC. ‘Gotta Be Mobile’ reported that even if there’s a chance of iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak rolling out, it will take place very silently.
Jailbreak tools always come out silently and on top of that, jailbreak developers are trying to successfully release a tool and have it fully working and untethered before Apple releases anything else.
This is a logical approach since if Apple finds out about the exploits used by hackers to modify the software; it would lead to the devs being locked out. As a result, there won’t be a jailbreak ever. The jailbreak for iOS 9.1 was delayed to October last year and the same could happen in the case of iOS 9.3.2. Thankfully, this can be remedied by side loading alternatives or by making use of jailbreak modifications.