Under certain circumstances, an iPhone or iPad user can enjoy your iOS device by installing applications, using tools for school, college, work, and even hobbies such as cooking, exercising, and much more; however, with the Jailbreak is enjoyed much more because we can isntalar many more tools and utilities for applications, games, system, etc.
The fact is that Apple has never allowed the Jailbreak possible in one form or another; lately the company has focused much on improving system security by preventing the Jailbreak in the latest versions of iOS 9 to be possible to realize, however, Pangu, is about to launch the Jailbreak for iOS 9.3.2
Until a couple of months ago, Pangu was not pronounced officially referring to Jailbreak. Today the Mobile Segurity Conference (MOSEC), an event which is of great importance Pangu held
After the event, Pangu showed as executed Cydia in the Beta of iOS 10 implying that the Jailbreak is not dead yet and are working hard on it, however, it is noteworthy that iOS 10 will publicly along with the output the new iPhone 7 in September, so we are on a good start despite missing timeout by pitch.
The most important thing in this event was to launch a promised Pangu Jailbreak for iOS 9.3.2 in the coming days (next week) also giving users the recommendation to stay in that version and not upgrade to iOS 9.3.3 if to be released before the Pangu Jailbreak
That means we have good news by the Jailbreak, but there is one detail, and that is if the jailbreak is released before the release of iOS 9.3.3, or, the public version of iOS 9.3.3 does not support iOS Jailbreak 9.3.2, should not even think about upgrading.
Presumably that Pangu Jailbreak has not released because he wants to wait for the public release of iOS 9.3.3 to ensure that the tool is compatible or not with this version; Pangu also believed to have used the exploit of Luca Todesco called GasGauge, which was the same as Luca used to make the Jailbreak on iOS 9.3.2 and Safari 9.3.3 from your device.
It only remains by Pangu Jailbreak launch at the most appropriate time, which apparently is next week.
My recommendations are as follows:
- If by chance you are on iOS 9.0-9.1 you can do the Jailbreak (if you do not have) with the latest tool Pangu. It is advisable to stay in this version (if you want to ensure Jailbreak) as it is compatible with the latest Jailbreak
- Should be in a version of iOS 9.1, it is best to stay in the latest version so far Apple is still signing which is 9.3.2 (can update or restore the device, if ...), in case you want to have one Jailbreak
- If they are in the Beta version of iOS 10, or the Beta version 9.3.3, it is recommended laversión down to 9.3.2 in case you want to have a Jailbreak
- It goes without saying that previous versions of iOS 9.0 have their Jailbreak, so they can do depending on the version they have