2017 iOS Jailbreak Update: Pangu Might Not Reveal Their iOS 10.3.1 Jailbreak; Apple And Pangu Team Are Trying to Kill iOS Jailbreaking
Recently, a beta for iOS 10.3.2 has been released by Apple to address the software issues, as users await the next successful jailbreak from known hackers like TaiG, Luca Todesco, and Pangu. It is also time for the hacker team Pangu to released their iOS 10.3.1 Jailbreak.
Korea Portal reported that the iOS 10.3.2 jailbreak is being developed by Pangu as shown in a previously released video showing a version of the next likely jailbreak. Hence, the video implied that the iOS 10.3.2 jailbreak is ready and will soon be launched when the operating system is already downloadable.
The other reason is that the PanGu Team wants to make sure that Apple will not be able to plug the security holes that have been successfully manipulated by them. However, the iOS 10.3.2 jailbreak is still uncertain despite the rumors.
Meantime, Apple has already released the fifth iOS 10.3.2 beta for testing on iPad, iPod touch and iPhone. Given the version number, the users are expected to see only under-the-hood bug fixes, as well as security improvements in the releases once, become available, according to Isports Times.
Apple And Pangu Team Are Trying to Kill iOS Jailbreaking
Another theory hinged on the assumption that Apple was using Pangu to lure people into upgrading to iOS 10.3.1. Furthermore, they did it with no intention of allowing them to release their iOS 10.3.1 jailbreak after iOS 10.3.2 arrives, according to 1 Red Drop.
What Can You Do For Now?
In the meantime, anyone who has not updated to iOS 10.3.1 should probably hold off doing so until the jailbreak is actually released. Furthermore, anyone who wants to jailbreak should certainly avoid updating to iOS 10.3.2 and iOS 10.3.1.
Since there is no official confirmation from the Pangu Team that this is definitely legit, it is best that the users will take the post this with a grain of salt. Meanwhile, it is also much better if an iPhone user like you save your .shsh2 blobs with TSS Saver for your current iOS, which will be able to update later with Prometheus.
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