iOS 10 Jailbreak Rumors: Will It Be A Truly Merry Christmas For The Apple Jailbreaking Community?
Apple device owners who have patronized iOS jailbreaks could be in for a treat this December if the word out is true that Pangu has a crack ready for deployment.
Pangu and hacking groups have yet to come out with a credible crack for iOS 10 though all that could change in December. The word out is that an iOS 10 jailbreak is finally ready and that Pangu is simply waiting for the opportune time to roll it out.
As it has been doing in the past, Pangu is reportedly planning to release the iOS 10 jailbreak once Apple has more or less evolved its iOS 10.2. The said version is in the third beta stage and if the progress continues, a final version could be rolling out soon.
Looking at the problems plaguing iOS 10, many are under the impression that Apple will be forced to roll out a better mobile operating system soon. iOS 10 has been controversial so far, carrying compatibility and security issues that have placed Apple device owners at risk.
Curiously the security breaches tied up to iOS 10 have failed to help Pangu and other hacking groups with an authentic iOS 10 jailbreak. There have been people gloating of their breakthrough though none have gone as far as to share it with the public.
Pangu and TaiG still stand as the most credible groups to release an iOS 10 jailbreak and the window for one will reportedly be from December 2016 to January 2017, per Neurogadget. The alleged iOS 10 jailbreak will reportedly come with added functionality to make sure it can cover most of the Apple devices out in the open. That said, the real problem is the time of its release.
The last working crack was the iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak and nothing followed after. Pangu claims to have cracked the code despite Apple’s boast that iOS 10 is unbreakable. Who between Apple and Pangu will blink this December (at the earliest)?
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