iOS 9.3.4 Jailbreak Release Date, Latest News & Update: Meager iPhone Models Get Chance At Pangu Crack

By Snooky Grawls , Updated Oct 31, 2016 04:48 PM EDT
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The current search right now is for an iOS 10 jailbreak though hacking groups have yet to come with something credible to offer. With the Cupertino company setting its foot down on operating systems that can be downgraded, Pangu’s latest iOS 9.3.4 release may be catered to the ones who held off from upgrading to iOS 10.

Pangu recently released iOS 9.3.4 which can be downloaded over at their official website. This latest crack is not restricted to iPhones alone, meaning it can be applied to other select Apple products like the iPad and iPod Touch stuck on iOS 9.

Like before, all users have to do is head on over to the site and sign up. Once logged in, Apple device owners only need to access the members area where a lot of software will be available. Downloading any of them is pretty much basic though customer support is available just in case things become to techie for customers.

The iOS 9.3.4 jailbreak is an untethered version, meaning folks who eventually use it no longer have to connect their Apple device to a computer. Once the jailbreak is properly installed, iPhone, iPad or iPod users can see what the Cydia store has to offer, Neurogadget reported.

While the release of iOS 9.3.4 may be a bit too late, there may still be a handful of users out there waiting on it. Though the numbers may not be that large with plenty likely on iOS 10 by now, it is a reprieve for the ones who want to access certain apps normally requiring payment over at iTunes.

This is the best Pangu has to offer for now with Apple constantly rolling out updates not to foil jailbreakers but more on to address iOS 10 related issues. That includes compatibility and security issues which have made it doubly hard for hackers to break into the Apple code, as previously reported here on GamenGuide.

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