Time for Hacker Team Pangu to Release Jailbreak iOS 10.3 and 10.3.1
The waiting game has started! With Apple recently released its latest mobile operating system, the iOS 10.3.2, the ball is now on hacker team Pangu's hands whether they will release the jailbreak tool for iOS 10.3.1 codenamed Janus, or not.
Three weeks ago, a video uploaded on YouTube showed an iPhone 7 running a jailbroken iOS 10.3.1. As rumors surfaced, Pangu hacker team was reportedly behind this jailbreak and was planning to release a jailbreak tool for iOS 10.3 and iOS 10.3.1. Weeks later, that jailbreak tool is still nowhere to be found.
Based from previous accounts, Apple will give the community at least a week before stopping the signing for iOS 10.3.1. In this way, non-jailbroken device are beholden only with iOS 10.3.1 and the latest iOS 10.3.2, no way to downgrade to jailbreak-able state while pushing to upgrade to the latest iOS version.
Yet, the question remains - where is Pangu's jailbreak tool for iOS 10.3 and iOS 10.3.1? How long will the jailbreak community wait for the next jailbreak tool? Recently, some members of the jailbreak community shared their views as far as the recent jailbreak tool from Pangu, and it doesn't look good at all.
Jailbreak Tool for iOS 10.3 and iOS 10.3.1, Fake?
Early in May, Twitter user @qwerty860320 announced that Pangu is working on a jailbreak tool for iOS 10.3 and iOS 10.3.1 that is compatible to jailbreak all 64-bit Apple devices. It should be noted that hacker Luca Todesco's Yalu jailbreak tool for iOS 10.0.1 to iOS 10.2 did not include 64-bit Apple devices like iPhone 7. But as it turns out, the tweet was just a hoax.
1RedDrop has a different point of view, a very bold interpretation of what is happening with Pangu. As suggested, Pangu is being controlled and manipulated by Apple with the single objective of feeding the jailbreak community some lies in the hopes of killing any jailbreak attempts.
Supporting this argument, the site suggested that, "Apple was using Pangu to lure people into upgrading to iOS 10.3.1, with no intention of allowing them to release their iOS 10.3.1 jailbreak after iOS 10.3.2 arrives. That day has now come, and Apple is already rolling out the latest version of iOS."
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