iOS 9.3.2 Jailbreak Release Date To Happen Ahead Of WWDC Event?

iOS 9.3.2 Jailbreak Release Date To Happen Ahead Of WWDC Event?
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With Apple announcing the arrival of iOS 9.3.2 update set to fix Bluetooth bugs and other problems on iPhone SE, jailbreak fans were hoping that the update for the jailbreak tool would be around the corner, too. Well, it seems like the wait is soon going to be over! iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak might get released ahead of Apple’s WWDC.


After Pangu had released iOS 9.1 jailbreak, it seemed like updating jailbreak had taken a backseat. Meanwhile, Apple focused its energies on fixing numerous bugs floating around in iOS 9.1, which made it practically unusable. But if recent rumors are to be believed, Pangu has finally started working on a jailbreak update. In keeping with the recent iOS update, it will possibly be an iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak instead of an iOS 9.3 jailbreak, reports Mobipicker.

According to the Tech Times, if a jailbreak update is going to be released, it might be sooner that most think. There is a huge probability of the jailbreak update’s arrival before Apple hosts the WWDC 2016 in June. This latest solution for iOS 9.3.2 will be created by Pangu and Taig, just like the earlier versions.

Pangu states on its page: “Pangu and Taig teams have confirmed possibility of iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak. Pangu tool (Pangu version 2.2 beta) has been released to jailbreak iOS 9.3.2 version. Unfortunately, this jailbreak is not publicly available at this time. This tool will release to jailbreak community when Apple out iOS 9.3.2 version public.”

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There has been confirmation received from the TaiG team, too: “The taig9 team is already started working on iOS 9.3.2 Jailbreak solution while it is in developer beta and the Team is now testing the jailbreak solution with iOS 9.3.2 public release.”

However, some tech experts share the opinion that there is no way hackers can come up with a jailbreak solution for iOS 9.3.2, because in the latest iOS update, Apple has tightened the security and closed all loopholes that hackers use for modifying the system.

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