The bad news is that this jailbreak is based on a vulnerability that has already been resolved in iOS 9.3.2, besides having a number of limitations, such as the fact devices support only 32-bit, meaning it could only work iPhone 5 and lower models. Therefore, these devices also have to run iOS 9.2.1 or earlier. Only by these two requirements, make the new method of unlocking iOS is a much less interesting alternative.
As if this were not enough, the new hack OS, is not a "stable" version, first, because it comes with a graphical interface or an appropriate tool to facilitate the process of jailbreak, apart from being I limitadodo by layers Apple security built into every iOS update.
If still, all this sounds well and are rather optimistic, the developer provides the source of the "Flying jailbreak" code on GitHub .
Moreover and many believe that a new jailbreak is almost impossible, but there is a rumor that will unlock jailbroken version of iOS 9.3.x as soon as it is announced iOS 10 in the next event WWDC Apple will begin tomorrow, Monday 13 June and ends on 17 March. Hopefully this is true since the JB community is anxious to get an update.
Finally, we doubt that many of you are adventurous enough to try the Flying JB, but if you do, please share your experience with us in the comments section below.