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Wednesday, 27 July 2016

5 Reasons Not to Install Jailbreak iOS 9.3.x

Everyone knows the benefits of installing the IOS Jailbreak: customization of elements of the user interface, implementation of new features , download totally free applications, etc.

However, the Jailbreak is not always the ideal choice for your iPhone and / or iPad. This hack can slow the flow of iOS occupies extra storage space, and can cause safety problems.

I, for example, never install the new Jailbreak for iOS 9.3.3 Pangu on my iPad Air 2 or my iPhone 6, however, Jailbreak yes I have installed on my iPad 2. But this does not mean that you can not do, everyone is free to decide what to install on your iPhone / iPad, missing more.

But as input additional info, we recommend 5 Reasons why NOT install the Pangu Jailbreak for iOS 9.2 - iOS 9.3.3:

1. Jailbreak iOS 9.3.3 contains bugs

It is one of the main reasons for not installing the Pangu Jailbreak. It is advisable to wait for the thing is normalized so that users can report potential problems incurred in different versions of iOS 9.xx and different models of devices. It is better to wait a couple of weeks.

2. Not all are compatible tweaks

If you go to Cydia, iOS 9.3.2 and iOS 9.3.3, you may find some support tweak, but developers have to update their creations to improve its stability.

3. The tool is in Chinese

Although we have an extensive tutorial to install Pangu Jailbreak , the tool is still in Chinese and you might find messages, warnings and errors in a language that probably desconozcas.

4. You should remove the beta of iOS 10

Not all iPhone / iPad are compatible with the new Jailbreak, in fact it is only compatible with 64-bit devices. In addition, it also supports iOS 10 so if you have installed the beta have to remove it to proceed with the implementation of Jailbreak.

5. The tool asks for the Apple ID

Pangu tool to install the Jailbreak ask your Apple ID and password to proceed with the installation of Jailbreak. You're entering your private data to a third party tool. If you still plan to install the Jailbreak, at least let us recommend you use a new high Apple account.

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