Jailbreak fans are still waiting for the release of a jailbreak tool for iOS 9.3.2. New reports emerged stating that an iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak release is imminent.
According to a report from 3u, it seems that the coming jailbreak tool might not only work for 9.3.2 but also for iOS 9.3.3. Pangu and TaiG have reportedly sent out invites to a July 1 event and speculations are rampant that this will have something to do with a new jailbreak exploit.
It remains to be seen what this July event will feature but fans are hoping that the hacking teams will finally release the tool to jailbreak the current operating system. If indeed Pangu and TaiG release the jailbreak solution, it will be short-lived since Apple is all set to release a new iOS update, the iOS 10. But even iOS 10, which has yet to have a public release, has reportedly been exploited already, only showing that there are loopholes within Apple's codes.
As previously reported by Ecumenical News, a video of an iPhone 5 running a jailbroken iOS 10 was released. The hacker, known as iHatesnow, however, did not share the steps on how to jailbreak the beta version of iOS 10. The jailbreak community believes that it is also unlikely for the hacker to make the solution public in the future, but the video somehow demonstrated that the upcoming operating system is still vulnerable.
While some Apple fans continue to wait for jailbreak updates for their iOS devices, others reportedly start to realize that jailbreaking their phones isn't such a good idea. The exploits strip down the barriers of an iPhone, and although a user gets to enjoy free apps that are otherwise offered as paid versions at the App Store, the device welcomes different kinds of risks. The phone becomes vulnerable to malicious software threats, not to mention, jailbreaking also voids Apple warranty.
If Pangu and TaiG do come up with a jailbreak solution for iOS 9.3.2 - 9.3.3, it's up to iOS device users to decide on whether or not to jailbreak the phone by weighing the pros and cons.