iOS 10 Jailbreak presented by Pangu – iOS 9.3.2 Jailbreak – A matter of time!
The Pangu Team officially presented a jailbreak for iOS 10 on July 1, at the MOSEC 2016 Mobile Security Conference in Shanghai, China
As the name of the conference already suggests, it is a general security conference for mobile devices. The guests of the audience included the FBI coming from America, as well as understandably staff from Apple itself among others. Both parties are of course also interested in those security discussions. Even though there are not cooperating interests. The FBI, as echoed through the media, had a difference with Apple regarding the opening of encrypted iOS devices. Since Apple has successfully made themselves open to the public media and law, the FBI has to obviously rely on unconventional methods. Apple itself wants instead to naturally take advantage and close vulnerabilities.
In the exclusive video of dailySECU, it can be seen how Cydia Dashboard is launched from the iOS 10 Beta 1 and the audience applauds, because it is remarkable to accomplish this in such a short time:
The Pangu Team had actually planned to introduce the jailbreak for iOS 9.3.3,
but Apple had already released the iOS 10 Beta 1 at the WWDC a couple of weeks earlier. With iOS 10, 2 to 3 of their loopholes were rendered useless and even though the time was short, they had still managed to find vulnerable areas. A release of iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak, is probably possible but the concentration and focus is mainly on iOS 9.3.3 and iOS 10. But in the previous releases of their jailbreak, tools were often included even between versions. It is a wait and see. The Pangu Team is discrete and cautious in its exploits. Whoever yearns for a jailbreak on iOS 9.3.2, probably only has to wait until iOS 9.3.3 will appear as a public release of Apple and then an update would be useful anyways.