We are still counting that the jailbreak for iOS 9.3.2’s development is in progress even though we haven’t got any official statement. The hopes are still up for the fans because of the reported discussion at the MOSEC 2016. We already mentioned in one of our jailbreak articles that PanGu team dropped hints on the release date for the iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak.
In the recent at MOSEC (Mobile Security Conference) 2016 event in Shanghai, when someone dropped a question to the stage about the potential launch date of the subject, they allegedly gave a response that the tool will be out in a week’s time. But this is also said to be rumor and is spreading like a wildfire all over Twitter because of one of the tweets of the member of the jailbreaking community, named Vangelis.
Vangelis tweeted an update while at the MOSEC event. The tweet said, “#MOSEC2016 Pangu team showed one more demo about the privacy problem in the latest iOS version (9.3.2).” But this was supposed to be before the one week release rumor. He mentioned that it is because of the privacy related problem the PanGu team showed two demos, one of which is iOS 9.3.2 but is not a jailbreak demo. On asking one of the PanGu’s partners, no replies were received. Although, there is a video on YouTube from the PanGu team demonstrating the iOS 9.3.2 beta 1 version, using the iPhone 6S plus for using the tool.
Putting this on one side, Cydia has come up with the jailbreak installer for iOS 9.3.2 stating it is better and stable than any other previous release of iOS. To find out more on this visit their website to know the step by step process of installing their tool to get iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak.
Another significant player in the world of iOS jailbreaking and one of the two famous hacking groups for Apple’s operating system, TAIG9 has set to TaiG9 v3.0.0 β2 for iOS 9.3.2.
TaiG9 website says,
“To jailbreak your iPhone, iPad or iPod running iOS 9.3.2 or iOS 9.3.3 beta, you have to either become a part of TaiG9 test team or pre-jailbreak iOS 9.3.2 or iOS 9.3.3 beta running device using TaiG9 pre-release tool”.
Though they haven’t come up with the jailbreak iOS 9.3.2 for the public version, it says to await on the updates on the same. Yes, this is a good news and the bad news. The rumors of the release are surfacing around in July but there is no official word yet.
There are several links on the internet tailing us to download the beta jailbreak versions of iOS 9.3.2 which you might consider trying until the official release.