Jailbreak for iOS 9.3.5 / 9.3.4 / 9.3.2 / 8.4.1 Could Arrive Soon


Good news for those on older iOS firmware versions: a jailbreak for iOS 9.3.5, 9.3.4, 9.3.2 and 8.4.1 could arrive soon.

Those on Older Firmware Version Will Soon Get a Taste of a New Jailbreak

The jailbreak scene picked up some serious fire a few days back when it came to light that iOS 10.1.1 jailbreak exploits have been released for developers to implement. This means it's only a matter of time a fully working jailbreak arrives for current devices. While that happens though, we have some great news for those sitting on older firmware versions of iOS, namely iOS 9.3.5, 9.3.4, 9.3.2 as well as 8.4.1, as you will soon be able to liberate your device on aforementioned software.

Well, obviously, there are a very few users on firmware versions mentioned above. Either those users refused to update to iOS 10, or have devices that have no support for latest software from Apple. Whatever the case might be, a jailbreak is on its way, and we have a demo video as well to accompany the news.

In the video, you can see two devices being jailbroken, one on iOS 9.3.2 and the other on iOS 8.4.1.

This is absolutely great news for those with older devices, but for those sitting on iOS 10 or higher, even greater news will knock on your door soon. Those seeking an iOS 10.1.1 solution should make the move right now in order to ensure things are rock solid as soon as any sort of announcement is made by any developer. Downgrade your device to iOS 10.1.1 right away, as Apple is still signing that firmware version. As soon as a new firmware is released, or maybe not, Apple has complete control over the downgrade window. Once it's closed, there's no way you will be able to step back in order to liberate your device from Apple's walled garden.

Wrap Up

As soon as more details regarding the above jailbreak are revealed, we will update our readers about it. Till then, it's best to exercise utmost caution while using your device. You do not want to see yourself in a position where you are forced to update your device using iTunes. That's just bad news for those hoping to jailbreak.