Pangu Team Shows Off iOS 10 Jailbreak; iOS 9.3.2 Jailbreak Incoming?


This is big news. Pangu Team just showed off iOS 10 jailbreak along with Cydia, and hints at an upcoming iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak for users.

iOS 10 Jailbreak & Cydia Shown Off By Pangu Team; Hints At iOS 9.3.2 Jailbreak

iOS 10 jailbreak was achieved and shown off by iH8Sn0w a while back. Today though, things are a little different as Pangu Team (prominent name in the jailbreak world) has shown off the iOS 10 jailbreak once again as things are topped off with Cydia shown running on a device. This reveal was made at the Mobile Security Conference (MOSEC) which is co-hosted by Pangu Team itself. This is the first time Pangu Team has revealed publicly that they are working on an iOS 10 jailbreak.

It should be made absolutely clear at this point that iOS 10 is currently in beta, therefore there is a high chance the final build of Cupertino's mobile software will patch things up real good, killing the jailbreak altogether. However, towards the end of the conference the Pangu Team revealed that it does indeed have plans to release an iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak as well. But currently it's unknown when the jailbreak team will release the solution to the public. There is also a chance iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak might not ever see the light of day either. But we will send out positive vibes here and assume good news is going to knock on our doors pretty soon. Whenever it does though, you'll definitely hear it from us complete with a step by step guide on how to use the newly released jailbreak.

What Should Users Do Right Now?

If you're an iOS 10 beta tester, chances are high the Pangu Team might not end up releasing any tool in order jailbreak iOS 10 just yet. But if you're currently sitting on top of iOS 9.3.2, we will highly recommend that you take the opportunity to do a clean restore of the aforementioned firmware using iTunes. Before you go ahead though, make sure you backup everything to either iCloud or iTunes. Why you'd want to do this is because jailbreak tools do not play nicely with software that has been updated over the air. Hence a clean restore is the way to go. Besides, Apple is currently signing iOS 9.3.2 as well with iOS 9.3.3 on the verge of release. Make your move quickly otherwise you'll lose a good opportunity to do a clean install of iOS 9.3.2.

Update: The iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak could release within a week.