Still Waiting for Pangu Jailbreak Tool For iOS 10.3 & iOS 10.3.1
With the latest Apple iOS 10.3.2 already released, questions as to whether or not upgrade to the latest iOS version hampers the jailbreak community once again. Most especially since there was a supposedly pending promise from hacker team Pangu to release jailbreak tool for iOS 10.3 and iOS 10.3.1.
Want To Install iOS 10.3.2, Here's How
First of all, who are the intended users of iOS 10.3.2? Well, this has not changed since the release of iOS 10, thus, it includes support on iPhone 5 and later, iPad 4th generation and later, and iPod touch 6th generation.
For those who wanted to upgrade to iOS 10.3.2, you can be manually update your Apple device by going to Settings > General > Software Update. Of course this is if you still have not received the notification to upgrade. Depending on which Apple device you own, the size of iOS 10.3.2 varies between 150MB to 200MB.
Should You Upgrade to iOS 10.3.2?
Going back to the more important question - should you upgrade to iOS 10.3.2? There were rumors last month that Pangu is coming up with a jailbreak tool intended for iOS 10.3 and iOS 10.3.1. In fact, there was a viral video uploaded on YouTube showing a presentation of a jailbroken iPhone 7 running iOS 10.3.1, a feat said to be achieved by Pangu.
Since then, many have waited but almost after a month, still no signs that Pangu will release a jailbreak tool. Will Pangu really be releasing a jailbreak tool for iOS 10.3 and iOS 10.3.1? Towards the end of April, iSportsTimes reported that indeed, Pangu was able to jailbreak the early version of iOS 10 Beta. This happened back at MOSEC 2016, yet Pangu a jailbreak tool never materialized.
One remote possibility was posted recently on 1RedDrop, that Pangu was somehow "incentivized" by Apple to publicize a jailbreak that never really exists. This is a long shot; however, should one was unable to save their blobs, there is no turning back. No more chance to downgrade to a jailbroken iOS version (should there be one) and chances are you will be stuck to the latest Apple version.
Apple's latest iOS version is not too bad though. However, as many have proven, the latest iOS version is always not the perfect iOS version at all. So are you willing to upgrade to iOS 10.3.2?
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