iOS 10 Jailbreak News And Updates: Pangu To Release Tool Soon?
Multiple Apple users have been waiting for the popular hacking group Pangu to release a jailbreak tool for iOS 10, preferring to jailbreak their devices. Before the release of the updated operating system, rumors have been circulating that the group boasted that they have already broken through its security system, however, no such tool has been out.
Apple followed up the release of iOS 10 quick updates (iOS 10.0.1 and 10.0.2), which surmise the reason for the silence of the hacking group.
According to a report by Neurogadget, Pangu developers are including more functionality to its tool so that it stays useful to as many devices as possible - especially since the onslaught of updates from Apple.
The analysis comes from a mention of a source that links to Pangu jailbreak - who is an Alibaba Senior Security Engineer with a Twitter handle SparkZheng. He claimed that there is going to be an iOS 10 jailbreak release soon, but no exact date was mentioned.
A collection of Great iOS jailbreak material. https://t.co/x3h4DhbYaC Keep updating...
— Min(Spark) Zheng (@SparkZheng) November 4, 2016
Back in 2014, Forbes reported that Alibaba acquired 25PP - the developer that contributes to Pangu jailbreak attempts - making the information above legit. The senior security engineer at Alibaba is allegedly the same person who managed to jailbreak iOS 9.3.4.
Pangu is a group of Chinese programmers who is successfully jailbreaking the latest version of Apple devices. However, since the release of iOS 10, the group remains discreet about the latest development for the jailbreaking tool. Rumors are circulating that the group developed a tool to jailbreak the iOS 10 but failed.
Many developers' team are working hard trying to Jailbreak iOS 10 to take advantage of lower priced jailbroken iPhones, Pangu is one amidst the various team.
Apple has launched the iOS 10.1 last Sept. 13 and is planning to release iOS 10.2 updates this coming December. The company still lauded that their latest version is not breakable.
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