iOS 10 Jailbreak Rumors & Release Date: Pangu, TaiG Play Apple's Game
Pangu showed off some interesting breakthroughs at MOSET 2016 that covered the iOS 9.3.2 and iOS 9.3.3. In fact, there was event an iOS 10 jailbreak shown for good measure.
For the ones closely monitoring iOS 10, a second developer release is already out in the open as reported by Yahoo. And should that be cracked, expect another version release. The cycle is continuous and Apple may be playing with the hacker group until it gets a solid iOS 10 ready for deployment.
Can Pangu keep up?
If Pangu is indeed on the right track, cracking the second one should continue their progress the first time out. But the question now is can they sustain the momentum with Apple obviously monitoring the progress?
To date, it has been a cat and mouse game between Apple and hacker groups such as Pangu and TaiG. While the revelations at MOSET 2016 should be something that jailbreaking fans will laud, a public release of a working iOS has yet to be seen.
Right now, an immediate jailbreak for either iOS 9.3.2 or iOS 9.3.3 has yet to be seen. Until that surfaces, Pangu and TaiG are still stuck with the fact that their last iOS jailbreak was with the iOS 9.3.1.
Jumping to iOS 10 jailbreak?
So with that still unresolved, one can imagine seeing an iOS 10 jailbreak out. While that slide showing Cydia installed on iOS 10 at MOSET 2016 as noted by Stephen Chan is something, the chase continues.
iOS 10 is slated to come out in the Fall and once the latest Apple OS is rolled out, folks who update their devices will no longer have the chance to apply an iOS 9.3.2 or 9.3.3 jailbreak. Some may hold out but until a Pangu or TaiG come out with an official release, the wished for crack is seeing that window of opportunity close bit by bit.
If that is the case, it would be safe to say that most would be looking for an iOS 10 jailbreak instead. Could Pangu and TaiG be doing that now as we speak? Seeing more developer releases on the horizon, the hacker groups will have their work cut out for them.
In fact, it may be remotely possible to see one come before 2016 ends – with reference to their inability to crack the Apple OS codes.