iOS 10 Jailbreak Rumors & Release Date: Time For Pangu To Walk The Talk [POLL]

By Snooky Grawls , Updated Jul 22, 2016 12:06 AM EDT
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With the alleged iOS 9.3.2 Jailbreak now technically useless, focus shifts on the iOS 9.3.3 and iOS 10 jailbreaks. Pangu’s previous presentation is one crack down and time is ticking.

Apple released the final iOS 9.3.3 recently and such doused any use of having an iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak, Forbes reported. A crack could still be useful (if released) but folks who may try it out will not be as much had it immediately come out after MOSEC 2016.

Pangu focus should shift to the iOS 10

Pangu could try and jailbreak the iOS 9.3.3, its functionality may be short-lived. Apple is expected to release the iOS 10 by the Fall, meaning it will eventually be patched up in about a month and a half’s time.

Regardless, the point of contention here is to offer a working iOS jailbreak. The last was on the iOS 9.3.1 which now seems like ages already. In a previous post, we did mention how Pangu (or even TaiG) may have to work double time to save some credibility as they continue to play Apple’s cat-and-mouse game.

Pangu’s silence means nothing or something?

Nothing has been heard of from Pangu since Apple released the final version of iOS 9.3.3. They could be busy at work or are saving something for an upcoming event, Black Hat USA 2016.

Pangu will be holding a talk on that day though there was no mention of possibly showcasing any iOS jailbreaks similar to what they did at MOSEC 2016. And even if they don’t showcase such, the people present at the event will likely throw iOS jailbreaking-related questions at the group.

So whether they do have something special for the folks attending Black Hat USA 2016 may not be the prerogative of folks on hand for the event. Rather, it may be on their stand following the wasted efforts on an alleged iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak.

Here is a look back at the iOS jailbreaks shown by Pangu at MOSEC 2016.

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