iOS 10.3.1 Jailbreak To Be Released By August 2017

Apple has finally released the iOS 10.3.2 software update to the public. The new update comes with bug fixes and security improvements and this is the reason why the company is suggesting everyone to update their iDevice to the latest iOS version as soon as possible.

On the other hand, everyone is now waiting for the iOS 10.3 and iOS 10.3.1 jailbreak, which is expected to be released by Pangu. Some earlier reports were suggesting that the hacker group will release the iOS 10.3 and iOS 10.3.1 jailbreak as soon as Apple releases the iOS 10.3.2 to the public. Unfortunately, this has not happened and there are new reports suggesting that the mentioned jailbreak will not be released this month and in fact it will be launched sometime by August 2017.

We remind you that in some previous reports we’ve seen Pangu showcasing the iOS 10.3.1 jailbreak in a closed event, but that was been confirmed the hacker group. We’re not sure why Pangu prefers to delay the release of the jailbreak, but probably it has some good reason to do it.

Some previous rumors were suggesting that Pangu was afraid that Apple would patch the holes that they’ve used in order to jailbreak the iOS 10.3 and iOS 10.3.1 and this is the reason why it didn’t release it before the official launch of iOS 10.3.2. However, since iOS 10.3.2 is now available for public, everyone is wondering why Pangu is not releasing the jailbreak.

In other words, we’ve seen that this year Apple has been very active in patching the issues on its iOS 10 platform. This is somehow very good for some users, but when it comes to the jailbreak fans, things are not that pleasing.

If you are a jailbreak fan we suggest you to downgrade to iOS 10.3.1 as soon as possible so that when Pangu will release the jailbreak, you will be able to install it on your device.

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  1. lol. Steve is apparently part of Pangu Team, and Pangu wouldn’t ever do anything without his say so, or at least him being aware of it. rofl. Why blobther blobbering blobshsh17, when you can shsh the dock up. have a j break and wait for your jailbreak. Quit hyping fail fakes and submit some crash logs to the makes find some sploits and do what it takes find a way that elevates in an untethered state, escal8 penetr8 gener8 vener8

    Signed 10.3.one

  2. Pangu isn’t going to be releasing anything. They, understandably, took a large payment from Apple for the exploits they discovered and they are done with the jailbreaking scene for good.

    1. Why would Apple pay them for it? Paying one hacking group off would attract more new hackers who’d want a bite of that payment to the scene.

      Do most jailbreakers jailbreak their iphone because they want to gain access to paid apps/contents from Apple for free? Will stopping a group of hackers increase profits sufficiently to cover the “large” payment?

      Seriously.. some of the shit people say without thinking -Facepalm-.

      1. Roy, you just made yourself look like a huge idiot. The Apple bounty program has been running for quite some time now and Pangu has acknowledged being paid for sharing previous exploits. It is therefore reasonable to presume that the exploit(s) they have discovered this time around – evidenced by the demo’d jailbreak – have also been sold to Apple under their bounty program. And yes, of course the payment of large sums of money for these exploits is going to have more crackers looking for a payout; that is precisely why Apple started the program. It’s clearly working as well as we haven’t had a proper jailbreak sincr iOS 9. Next time perhaps YOU should think before posting.

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