iOS 9.3.3, 9.3.2 Pangu jailbreak release date: what we know so far


There is a bit of dilemma for iOS users when it comes to deciding on whether or not to have their devices get jailbroken once the updates from Pangu are released. But it should be very helpful if users obtain clues as to when the release of the jailbreak versions for iOS 9.3.3 and iOS 9.3.2 will be.

According to a Neurogadget report, those who have the iOS 9.3.2 version should be excited because Pangu is most likely going to release its jailbreak update. The hacker group made a demo at the 2016 Mobile Security Conference (MOSEC) in China barely a week ago, where they boasted a jailbreak version of the iOS 10 developer beta version.

This, for a lot of people, is already enough proof that Pangu is already on the verge of releasing a completed and functional jailbreak tool for both the iOS 9.3.2 and 9.3.3. The fact that Apple campaigned for its iOS 10 to be an impenetrable version of its mobile operating system but Pangu still managed to make a jailbreak tool for it is kind of surprising. It just means that the demand for a jailbreak tool for Apple devices is just too high for groups like Pangu not to do something about it.

Well, the only uncertainty right now is the exact release date of the jailbreak tool, either for iOS 9.3.2 or 9.3.3. Rumors have it that it could be this month, but that too is an unsupported claim. But it really doesn’t matter how long would it take for a new successful jailbreak to be released since Apple device users including those with an iPhone, iPad, and iPod, have long been waiting for one.

To recall, the last time a good jailbreak was released was for the iOS 9.1, at a time when everyone already started to update their devices to iOS 9.2. So the key here is to wait for majority of Apple device users to start upgrading to the newest iOS and hopefully, the jailbreak version for the previous iOS will be released.